London, modern day: Joe, a mild mannered young man is bored by his life. When his beloved brother is murdered Joe finds solace in Piggy, one of his brother's old friends. Piggy helps Joe to cope with grief, intent on saving him and helping him get justice for his brother's killing. As their friendship grows Joe finds himself in an increasing dangerous and murky world of violence and revenge. As Joe life collapses around him he starts to question who Piggy really is, and how honest he's really been with him. When Joe confronts Piggy a series of events are put in place that lead to a disastrous climax. Written by Anonymous (IMDb.com).
- Stars:Ed Skrein, Josh Herdman, Paul Anderson, Martin Compston, Neil Maskell, Louise Dylan, Ryan Winsley, Roland Manookian, Jumayn Hunter, Susan Fordham, Tommy McDonnell, Kate Korbel, Colin Burt Vidler, Nick Donald, Sonny Muslim,
- Director:Kieron Hawkes,
- Writer:Kieron Hawkes
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Piggy torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: The best attempt to make a movie without a plot. A Frankestinish Mickey Rourke and nice scenery of Indonesia.
(it) wrote: Being a huge fan of the series I really wanted to like this movie, I didnt.
(fr) wrote: Efficient horror movie where the slasher is this time supernatural, but unpredictable. Goes to show that Australians can have good times too. Of course the crown is pleasing to the eye as well. Good try for not a bad time.
(es) wrote: Great dancing, good story, and slightly above average acting (which is a rare thing for a dance flick) make Street Dance 3D a pretty decent film. Its better than a few American dance movies and its certainly an overall better film than Street Dance 2.
(ca) wrote: Beautiful, yet disturbing. In a way the brutality felt quite honest and refreshing.
(br) wrote: Awesome movie..What we women have to put up with..
(mx) wrote: Heart-wrenching. I loved John Turturro's performance as one of the few characters who brings to light what really matters; he is the powerful catalyst for change at the end of the film.
(kr) wrote: So yeah, that was pretty much awesome.
(fr) wrote: Many of Woody Allen's movies have been introspective and autobiographical, yet this is the most introspective and autobiographical of all of them. Incredibly layered and complex, probably too much so. Still contains the usual Allen wit and clever dialogue, but toned down to be more serious. Truly captures the spirit of a director at a crossroads, and a quandary over where his true direction lies.However, as mentioned, it is overly complex. Scenes seem discontinuous and random at times. Also, if you aren't a Woody Allen fan (luckily I am one), many of the in-jokes and self-references will be lost on you.Solid performances all round, especially as the roles would have been difficult to play, considering the complexity of the script. As always, Woody Allen gets to play himself, though this time the character is actually himself.Probably the least accessible Woody Allen movie, but definitely worth the watch if you are a fan.
(ag) wrote: Apparently Jean Cocteau couldn't write a film without inserting stupidly annoying characters or degrading people of colour into servitude roles.
(jp) wrote: This is easily the best film in Sam Raimi's Evil Dead trilogy. The film is genuinely hilarious with tons of memorable and quotable one-liners, and this is the film where Ash fully comes into his own and becomes the character that I've come to know and love.8/10
(ag) wrote: Waste of time. Tries to pretend like it's saying something when in reality it's just jumbled. However, I don't think Clint Eastwood is at fault for this movie. I think the direction was fine, the script was the main problem.