A wealthy businessman is trying to "convince" the inhabitants of an old neighborhood to abandon their homes in order to build a huge business center there. To achieve his goals, he bribes the police and uses organized bands to intimidate the neighbors. But perhaps this alcoholic ex-cop, Manning, could help them, but how?
- Stars:Steve Railsback, Michael Champion, Dan Tullis Jr., Holly Floria, Stuart Whitman, Michael DeLano, James Lew, Brian Patrick Clarke, Albert Garcia, Cynthia Frost, Tim Colceri, John Hobson, Vince Murdocco, John Salvitti, Anthony R. Lovett,
- Director:John Weidner,
- Writer:Ken Lamplugh, John Weidner
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Private Wars torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Pretty good, well acted and although not entirely original in terms of story it did keep me interested until the end
(us) wrote: Walked out. Another train wreck of a film for Australia.
(it) wrote: An indie cop drama with nice performances by the B-list cast of actors. The pacing is a bit slow, and there isn't much suspense as you see who perpetrated the murder from the beginning. The tension comes in from the lead investigator returning to the "other side of the tracks" where he grew up in order to find the killer. Likable enough.
(us) wrote: Not as good as the series but has a lot of good material in it. They just take the piss out of some of the greatest and worst Sci-Fi films and shows. I would have liked another season with the release of the film. If you like the series you will like the movie.
(gb) wrote: A regular movie, and cruel.
(kr) wrote: The film is amazingly directed as well as being a coming out party for Anthony Mackie and Kerry Washington as they both deliver stellar performances. The story line itself is where the issues come into play. Several loose ends, no true protagonist and a very ambiguous ending leave the audience wanting more in the end.
(ru) wrote: Funny, touching, and fresh documentary on an underseen sport
(gb) wrote: Chomsky's lecture from just before the Iraq war is as apt today as it was then.
(es) wrote: Corny and outdated, it's still a dream film when your a child from the 90's! What's better than Culkin, your own McDonald's and millions of dollars?
(br) wrote: Not so memorable musical with totally forgettable songs by Paul Williams. Not even Baio or Foster can save this mess of a movie, which has the gimmick of all child actors in a gangster movie. Definitely a bad blip on Alan Parker's resume.
(gb) wrote: A really good adaptation of the book I must say and Russell Crowe's Acting makes for a good film all round.
(kr) wrote: I met James Carville one time. He insulted the university of Chicago and almost broke my hand with his forceful death-grip he seems to have mistaken for a suitable handshake.
(us) wrote: No wonder this piece of shit didn't get a wide release, it's horrible! The theme of young children being possessed by evil forces has been done many times before, most notably for me in Insidious (2010), or The Omen (1976), and this movie is no exception, but come on, it's one hell of a terrible fuck up. It's starts out promising but turns into a mess near the end. I didn't know that Mike Flanagan, the man behind the great Oculus (2013) and the chilling Hush (2016), was capable of making shit like this. It's actually better that this film doesn't get released again,it will save countless hours of audience's time. Not recommended.