Stripped of his medical license after performing an operation while high on amphetamines, famed LA surgeon Dr Eugene Sands abandons his former life only to find himself crossing paths with Raymond Blossom, an infamous counterfeiter. Employed as a "gun-shot doctor" when Raymond's associates cannot risk visiting a hospital, Eugene is lured deep into the criminal world and becomes entangled with his boss's girlfriend.
- Stars:David Duchovny, Timothy Hutton, Angelina Jolie, Michael Massee, Peter Stormare, Andrew Tiernan, Gary Dourdan, John Hawkes, Will Stewart, Philip Moon, Pasha D. Lychnikoff, Tracey Walter, Sandra Kinder, Bill Rosier, Keone Young,
- Director:Andy Wilson,
- Writer:Mark Haskell Smith
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Playing God torrent reviews
(de) wrote: i actually liked it!!!
(kr) wrote: nothing too special here, but there are some interesting twists in the plot. lauren london owwwww! haha
(de) wrote: Original, but the whole thing feels like a very odd made for TV movie.
(jp) wrote: I Like African-American Film Actors, Denzel Washington Is My African-American Film Actor.
(kr) wrote: I really enjoyed this film, and liked its unusual ideas and mostly well-done performances, but there was a bit too much cartoony humour at the beginning, I thought, and the way Jason Isaac's character exited stage left was a bit underdeveloped, like there was an important scene somewhere left on the cutting room floor. I'd definitely give it a go though.
(it) wrote: Pure Luck is probably one of the only films that can get away with being purely coincidental in parts - because that's what it's all about. It's a ridiculous, but fun ride and it's a favorite from my younger years.
(kr) wrote: i havent seen this movie in years good movie
(nl) wrote: It is a protracted chase scene, which quickly becomes fairly tiresome.
(nl) wrote: Great films distinguish themselves in a number of different ways. Some of them are perfectly cast. Others have tremendous cinematography. Still others may have great scripting, direction or editing. I Want to Live stands out for one enormous reason, Susan Hayward's performance.Hayward shines in this true story about a woman convicted of murder and sentenced to die in California's gas chamber. There are numerous supporting characters in this dramatization but its Susan Hayward's heart-wrenching portrayal that will haunt you long after the movie has ended. She won an Oscar for this performance and deserved every bit of it.
(de) wrote: Hilarious and Virginiai mayo is lovely.
(us) wrote: Oh what a wonderful film. The film is perfect all around and deserved the plethora of praises it received. Factoring out my personal experiences and my enamorations for the game, the film captures the game perfectly even though it was through the eyes of the minor leagues and a passionate fan. In addition, the relationships intertwined fits perfectly as characters grow and flourish (amazing performances by Costner, Sarandon and Robbins)... wow.
(kr) wrote: Didn't finish it; quit 20 minutes in. Slow moving; subtitled.