Pulling Strings

Pulling Strings

Rachel is an intelligent, modern-day woman constantly on the move. Primarily focused on her career as a diplomatic consul for the U.S. embassy, she's literally lived her life on the move, globe-trotting from city to city. Currently working in Mexico City and set to leave for London, Rachel's world turns upside down on the eve of her own goodbye party when she gets drunk and passes out on the street. Saved by Alejandro, a handsome Mariachi singer and single father, Rachel wakes up in his apartment with no recollection of how she got there. Nor does she remember that she rejected his visa the day before, which he desperately needs for his daughter. Romance unexpectedly blossoms between the two, but either sparks or fists will fly after she finds out his secret.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:111 minutes
  • Release:2013
  • Language:English,Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:mexican american,  

After a night of drinking, Rachel, a diplomat working in Mexico City finds her world turned upside down after she's saved by Alejandro, a Mariachi singer whose visa was rejected the day before - by Rachel. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Pulling Strings torrent reviews

Shane J (it) wrote: it's a slow starting film which does drag a bit for the 1st 45 mins or do then the action kicks in. the final fight with donnie yen is amazing mixing a lot if different styles including forms of mma make this worth a watch

Jonathan P (es) wrote: Robin-B-Hood is a fun family adventure that can be a bit cheesy but still a lot of fun. The stunts aren't as plentiful as those in his younger films but the comedy is on track. Chan is great but it is Louis Koo who really steals the show as Chan's sidekick Octopus. Robin-B-Hood offers great moral values with a somewhat ridiculous plot, just what we have come to expect from Jackie.

Jason S (es) wrote: A beautiful and hilarious film about pregnancy

Jayakrishnan R (br) wrote: 74%Saw this on 2/6/16An average film from an always overrated Paul Thomas Anderson that is well shot and features a good performance from Philip Baker Hall. However, the story is so thin and despite some tension buildup, the film is mostly lacking in suspense.

Cameron F (au) wrote: Another gimmicky comedy about a detective whose life is interrupted when his mother visits. Stallone seems stiff and Estelle Getty is cast for laughs but the screenplay gives her nothing fresh to laugh at.

Gian C (au) wrote: If I could give this 0 stars, I would

Keenan S (nl) wrote: Alice, Sweet Alice is a very unusual slasher film, especially one that seems to be rather intelligent at certain points, which is very unexpected. It was also a rather controversial slasher film, especially with some deeming it to be "anti-Catholic" because of its subject matter and themes. These aspects alone make a viewer curious about watching the film, and I wasn't disappointed, that's for sure.The story is set in the 1960's and begins with two sisters who are basically polar opposites of each other. Karen is the younger good girl preparing for her first communion, while Alice is seen as the troublemaker and sparks the ire of her mother, their school, and the congregation. Alice, being the older sister, also enjoys picking on her sister and their obese landlord, making her many enemies in the process.During the church service before the communion, Karen is attacked and murdered by someone wearing a porcelain mask and a yellow raincoat who then stuffs her body into a box and lights it on fire.After the killing and before the smoke is detected, the congregation is baffled to see Alice take a spot in front of Father Tom for the communion even though she wasn't participating in it. And, as her mother goes to retrieve her and question her, the fire is detected and the horrific crime scene is discovered.The crime shocks the congregation and the family is crushed by Karen's murder. The family also becomes divided about Alice, with some wondering if she had something to do with her sister's murder, while the others vehemently defend her and saying that she had nothing to do with it.Things only continue to get frightening as more people turn up dead or are attacked by the unknown assailant, and Alice's mental condition deteriorates with the cloud of suspicion surrounding her and her claims that Karen is haunting her. Everyone is a suspect and no one is safe.The story, while messy at times, is still very engaging, which is very uncommon in slasher films as most slasher films can only really be enjoyed on the basis of trashy, stab-a-thon fun as opposed to their nonsensical storytelling. What makes the story so engaging is not only because of how it develops its mystery, but also how it deconstructs religion and the hypocrisy of people who claim to follow their religion, as they turn out to be some of the most evil, hateful people imaginable. It also shows the extremes some people will go to punish those whom they deem as "sinful" through abhorrent acts. It's a vicious, pitch black, satirical gut-punch to religious hypocrisy, and it does a fantastic job at satire.While it works on a satirical level, the story also does a great job at building its core mystery. You think you know what's going to happen, only to have the story completely turn the tables on you by throwing a curve ball at you. There's a lot going on to decipher. The horror is also filled with suspense and creepy atmosphere to complement the mystery elements.It also works as a family drama, because it shows the straining of relationships, parental bonds with their children in the worst of times, and the painful parts of parenthood. In short, the story has a lot going on, which is very surprising for a slasher film.The acting in this film can be rather hit-or-miss, as well as suffer from some dialogue pitfalls. However, I really enjoyed the performances by Linda Miller, as the mother, Catherine, Niles McCaster as the father, Dom, and Paula E. Sheppard as Alice who easily deliver the best performances in the film. However, the other actors can be rather cheesy, which does hamper the film's storytelling and atmosphere by taking away some of the mystique in the process.On an entertainment level, I found there was a lot to enjoy, not just on a trashy slasher film level, but also on an intellectual level with all its themes and messages. This made for a very engaging and entertaining film that also came with all the trimmings of bloody violence and demented scenes that I enjoyed and would expect from such a film of its era. It's got horror, mystery, suspense, campy fun, biting satire, and more.While the storytelling and acting can be cheesy, the film is still worth a look if you're a horror fan looking for something unusual and strangely intelligent. It's a wonderful, albeit messy and slightly aloof cult classic that is also a hell of a lot of fun to watch.

Kenny V (de) wrote: I'm a sucker for June Allyson & MGM musicals.

Vlad M (gb) wrote: Very funny, characters well developed, still A fan after all these years, everyone has wonderful lines, The plot was original, it's hard to touch perfection, and great special effects, better than the remake.

Bradley P (nl) wrote: Sorority House Massacre is awful in every possible way. Acting, music, cinematography, directing... you name, it's awful. It tries hard to be similar to Halloween and fails in every regard. Laugh in amazement at how awful the writing (people watching their friends die and are not even upset or angered or try to save them!?) truly is. So many illogical things happen in this movie that it is hard to give it anything other than a .5/5