Next of Kin

Next of Kin

Truman Gates, a Chicago cop, sets out to find his brother's killer. Meanwhile, another of his brothers, Briar (a hillbilly) decides to find the killer himself.

The film follows Truman Gates whose brother is murdered by a gangster is a police in Chicago. He is walk on the line between the duties of his job and unlegalized revenge to complete his family's desire. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Next of Kin torrent reviews

Olaf K (nl) wrote: Docu that is very inventive while doing the most down to earth docu-thing: interview four people. Of course they are carefully picked, intelligent people that show an important commonality. Something in their youth made them do something obsessive in later life. Utterly enjoyableand thought provoking.

Simon P (kr) wrote: Amusingly crap early 80s slasher presented by the Troma Team. Contains some truly shocking scenes, although these are unfortunately due to atrocious acting, occasional poor lighting and the truly disturbing sight of Principal Guglione's astoundingly indecent trousers. Some good laughs, silly horror and a brief early role for future scream-queen Linnea Quigley make it worth watching.

Sgt C (nl) wrote: (48%)An acquired taste British horror thriller from the director of "The Italian job". The opening 20 mins are really quite trippy with frequent editing as the story cuts forwards and backwards almost constantly, but once it settles down it becomes a much more standard flick. It may not be the most well thought out movie in terms of plot, nor the most scary, but the acting is good and the director at least cared about making something different. Worth a look, but it's not for everyone.

Mike C (de) wrote: gotta luv Jerry,,,,gotta luv the Bat lady

Nicholas L (mx) wrote: Jingle all the way is a good comedy that banks on Arnold's physique and humor, but it is a direct satire on consumerism even though it doesn't necessarily condemn it.

Isaac T (kr) wrote: ice age has a kind of weird comedy only kids will laugh at the characters are too serious for my taste expect that weird looking fella that is annoying and the squirrel like creature and also the animation looks like something like a cutscene from a wii game but there are some really cool moments this movie can offer

John M (gb) wrote: That Israeli horror game. So two American girls (Yael Grobglas, Danielle Jadelyn) are on vacation in Jerusalem. Wouldn't you know that the city ends up being ground zero for the apocalypse during their travels? I still find my reaction to this breed of horror movie rather odd for me, because I am a big fan of found footage horror through and through. [Rec], Cloverfield and The Blair Witch Project all appeal to me on a number of different levels. You would think POV horror would just be the next logical step, right? Well, add Jeruzalem to the list that includes Hardcore Henry and Pandemic, because I am not about it. Now I do like this in concept, but it does end up playing like a gigantic marketing ploy. This movie must have gotten full funding from Google, because the biggest thing you walk away remembering about this is how much of an advertisement this is for Google Glass. The entirety of the movie is shown from the point of the view of the glasses, which does take away the question "why don't they just put down the camera?", but it just leads to the new question "why does she keep messing around with these glasses with all of the insanity that is going down around her?" From the start, I thought this was just trying to be World War Z at first from the introduction and the poster, but it is not. It actually ends up sharing the beats of Cloverfield more than anything, which is unexpected, because this is not a giant monster destroying the city movie, it's a zombie/infected movie. This feels like a direct-to-video movie at every single turn. I believe everybody involved with this is Israeli, which is fine, but their American accents keep dropping in and out. I don't like the POV gimmick, and I think it is just a matter of time before the genre is just overrun with movies that use the same technique, which is not something that I am looking forward to. It has effective moments scattered throughout, but because it is taking product placement above and beyond to the next level, I have no choice but to deduct points for being so distracting.

Natacha R (au) wrote: I stopped watching this after 20 minutes - it was very, very boring.

Dan H (fr) wrote: A film that wants to be a spoof of the first Purge film. You'd have more fun banging your head against a wall for an hour 34 minutes (You'd also lose less brain cells)