Mystery Street

Mystery Street

When the skeletal remains of a pregnant prostitute turn up on a Massachusetts beach the Barnstable cop Peter Morales (Montalban) teams up with Boston police and uses forensics with the help of Dr. McAdoo, a Harvard doctor (Bennett), to figure out who the woman is. The cop then tries to figure out how she died and, later, who killed her.

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Mystery Street torrent reviews

Ami H (ru) wrote: Disappointed in a film that I really wanted to succeed. I thought the concept was sweet and thought-provoking, but ended up leaving me bitter and a bit empty over the final scenes. And not even in a way that I could come to later appreciate.

Jocey D (br) wrote: Gripping and astonishing unknown chapter in American history is recounted. Great portrayals by the principals in this movie.

Dave J (nl) wrote: It starts out well enough and Dunst brings some life to the story, but then it rambles into a non ending where nothing happens. The pace and plot seem to be thrown out because the ideas were gone. And when that happens why not go on a road trip.

Elgan D (kr) wrote: Frenetic, violent first picture from Nicolas Winding Refn, in keeping with much of his subsequent work. Mikkelson is always in interesting character actor but here Kim Bodnia is a worthy counterpart, a real physical presence.

Sarah F (au) wrote: I would like to see this, i think...

Victoria S (au) wrote: Anything to do with Catholic school is in my pack of great memories. Wasn't quite as good as Trouble With Angels, but I'll give it second place.

Richard G (jp) wrote: This movie suffers from a poor script that takes great liberties with the legend of Jekyll and Hyde and some very contrived involvement with the title stars. However, its nice to see the comic talents of Abbott and Costello turn it all into enjoyable fun.

Gregory H (es) wrote: Abit dated but still a good watch.

bjesna b (us) wrote: cista prosjecnost...

Chris C (jp) wrote: Term Life's predictability is clear, but it's granted a passable recommendation with talented cast including Vince Vaughn, Hailee Steinfeld and Bill Paxton.