Out Of The Furnace

Out Of The Furnace

Two brothers live in the economically-depressed Rust Belt, when a cruel twist of fate lands one in prison. His brother is then lured into one of the most violent crime rings in the Northeast.

Russell Baze has a rough life: he works a dead-end blue collar job at the local steel mill by day, and cares for his terminally ill father by night. When Russell’s brother Rodney returns home from serving time in Iraq, he gets lured into one of the most ruthless crime rings in the Northeast and mysteriously disappears. The police fail to crack the case, so - with nothing left to lose - Russell takes matters into his own hands, putting his life on the line to seek justice for his brother. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Out Of The Furnace torrent reviews

Jordan S (ca) wrote: horrible and pointless

Paul N (ag) wrote: I found it a complete bore, from start to finish, one of the most boring movies ive ever seen in fact. As usual Rotten Tomatoes gives the crap movies high ratings. Made me yawn myself to shit.

PierLuigi F (es) wrote: Delirious and Oniric. the movie after a while lose control and flies deranged all around a children (dark) dream and visions. Good characters with an excessive sometime exasperated way to express the need to survive reality. A sort of hallucinated "Pan's labyrinth". I expected much better from Gilliam

Chance W (it) wrote: One of the dumbest movies ive ever seen

Daniella S (ag) wrote: tupac and james belushi in a hardcore thriller. must see.

Paul E (de) wrote: A sort of remake of the original film. In fact, this is probably worse than Mora's efforts. At least his weren't as fucking boring as this! For over three quarters of the film absolutely nothing happens. To be fair, the end isn't too bad - I thought some of the effects were quite good. But it's not enough to sit through the rest of it. Really, really shoddy. The acting was especially lousy. Bag of shite. Don't bother.

Ola G (ru) wrote: With only a few hours until the new year, Detroit's oldest police station, Precinct 13, is about to close forever. Only a skeleton crew of officers are on duty for New Year's Eve, including Sergeant Jake Roenick (Ethan Hawke), veteran officer Jasper (Brian Dennehy), secretary Iris (Drea de Matteo), and psychiatrist Alex (Maria Bello). Roenick is haunted by a botched undercover operation from eight months before that resulted in the death of the other two members of his team. Meanwhile, crime lord Marion Bishop (Laurence Fishburne) is arrested after a confrontation results in the death of an undercover officer. Bishop is put on a prison bus with three other criminals: addict Beck (John Leguizamo), petty crook Anna (Aisha Hinds), and counterfeiter Smiley (Ja Rule). A raging snowstorm and treacherous road conditions force the bus driver to make a detour to Precinct 13, where the prisoners are to be held until the storm is over. New Year's celebrations at the precinct are soon cut short, however, as an intrusion by masked gunmen results in the death of one of the prison guards, and fatally injures the other. The officers soon find they are surrounded by unknown assailants, preparing to lay siege to the precinct. Cellular phone reception has been jammed, as well as any radio communication. After one of the attackers throws a brick into the precinct with "Bishop" written on it, Jasper claims they are Bishop's men, here to extract him. This is proven to be false, however, after Roenick kills one of the attackers in another assault and reclaims the man's wallet, which contained his police badge. Bishop then reveals the attackers are actually policemen, led by corrupt Captain Marcus Duvall (Gabriel Byrne). Previously, Bishop and Duvall were partners in crime, but Duvall got greedy. Now he and his men, including Mike Kahane (Currie Graham), are there to kill Bishop before he can testify at trial, saving all officers involved a hefty prison sentence. However, now that everyone inside precinct 13 knows of the true plot instead of just Bishop, they are all a liability and must be eliminated..."Assault on Precinct 13" from 2005 is a loose remake of John Carpenter's 1976 film of the same name, with an updated plot. This is a completely pointless loose remake for "The Fast And The Furious" moviegoer and I can only emhasize on how much I hate this so called loose remake. This 2005 version lacks everything that made Carpenters movie great and I got more and more upset about it during its running time. Ethan Hawke is in overdrive and theres nothing about Roenick you like. Laurence Fishburne is Morpheus 2.0. The rest of the characters are just so sadly stereotypical it hurts in my whole body and the script is overfilled with clichs. And of course they have added the complementary rapstar in the lineup, in this case Ja Rule, for the kids to think this movie is hip enough to see. Theres waste of talent as well; Hawke, Dennehy, Bello, Leguizamo and Byrne. This movie should be forgotten, burned and buried.

Dave M (au) wrote: One of Bob's funniest movies; the trained penguin gag is hysterical, especially on the train.

Dan M (mx) wrote: Terror! Tension! Trapeze! Gams!

Francisco S (us) wrote: Mamma Mia suffers from a predictable narrative and little unoriginal story, however the cast elevates the interest as the charming ABBA's songs, and I have to say Amanda Seyfried shone very much, and Meryl Streep didn't stay behind. Just for the ones who said that they have weak voices I say that it is not so, the vocals weren't obviously as the ABBA excellent and agelical voices, however the important here was send the message with the songs and adapt them to the occasion and Phyllida Lloyd and Catherine Johnson were very clever on that.

Kostas S (ru) wrote: Obviously very cheaply made but effective.