The Capture

The Capture

A badly injured fugitive explains to a priest how he came to be in his present predicament.

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The Capture torrent reviews

John Eric D (au) wrote: It is more like a B-grade British film to me with some intensity and surprisingly a thrilling climax. Questioning who, where and how? As they are searching the cause of this crazy train madness. A fun yet watchable though easily forgettable. 3 out of 5

Tristan S (jp) wrote: Non-sensical; pointless (in a not interesting way); Giamatti aside, the acting leaves rather a lot to be desired; and frankly, this could have been so much better than it was. And [SPOILER ALERT] John doesn't die at the end.

Chris Z (jp) wrote: Bank Bang, i shot you down...

Haruka O (nl) wrote: This was bizarrely interesting... I thought I might be bored about 5 minutes in, but then as the story progressed it got more and more interesting.

Mloy X (gb) wrote: George Wade (Grant): Before you came into my life I could make all kinds of decisions now I'm addicted I have to know what you think. What do you think? [holds up cufflinks] Lucy Kelson (Bullock): I think your the most selfish human being on the planet. George Wade (Grant): Well that's just silly. Have you met everybody on the planet? This was pretty cute for rom-com but fairly predictable and formulaic. There was nothing surprising about the entire film except that two very likeable actors seemingly has very little chemistry. I mean, Bullock and Grant had on-screen chemistry enough to convince you that their characters liked each other but not explosive, passionate chemistry where you know they'll move mountains for each other. Nonetheless, this was still pretty entertaining and both Bullock and Grant are very charismatic that they can make any old boring film enjoyably tolerable. It's good enough to watch once or twice when it's on the telly, but if there's something better on, definitely a passable film.

Oliver G (es) wrote: Great novel, but Peter Ustinov is just not Poirot. David Suchet is the real Poirot.

Colin Z (kr) wrote: Wow. Right up there with the best.

Thet Hmuu E (kr) wrote: Why the f*** did the Rotten Tomatoes users rate it so low? Shit, this actually worth 5-star.

Tawnee T (ag) wrote: This movie wasn't so stupid it was funny, it was just plain stupid.