The Devil's Own
Frankie McGuire, one of the IRA's deadliest assassins, draws an American family into the crossfire of terrorism. But when he is sent to the U.S. to buy weapons, Frankie is housed with the family of Tom O'Meara, a New York cop who knows nothing about Frankie's real identity. Their surprising friendship, and Tom's growing suspicions, forces Frankie to choose between the promise of peace or a lifetime of murder.
- Stars:Harrison Ford, Brad Pitt, Margaret Colin, Rubén Blades, Treat Williams, George Hearn, Mitch Ryan, Natascha McElhone, Paul Ronan, Simon Jones, Julia Stiles, Ashley Carin, Kelly Singer, David O'Hara, David Wilmot,
- Director:Alan J. Pakula,
- Writer:Kevin Jarre (story), David Aaron Cohen (screenplay), Vincent Patrick (screenplay), Kevin Jarre (screenplay)
A police officer uncovers the real identity of his house-guest, an I.R.A. terrorist in hiding. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Devil's Own torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: An odd little drama about life aboard a space station that is based on what 1976 thought life would be like. This retro future is only mildly interesting despite a couple good performances. 3.5 stars.
(ca) wrote: A romantic love story. Scenery excellent.
(it) wrote: Maybe i should have watched the first two before watching this movie since i found a lot confusing DURING the movie. Once it finished, i had to get my head around a couple things and once it all was realised, the twisted, magnamatic and stunning plot hit itself in my face. A great movie.
(es) wrote: This movie not only misrepresents teenage behavior, it misrepresents HUMAN behavior.Also, it didn't make me laugh, which is a serious problem for a comedy.
(fr) wrote: ONE OF THE GREATEST FILMS EVER!
(mx) wrote: There's a good premise here (Aliens form outer space are a new immigrant group). There's even some decent performances, but in the end it becomes just another 80s cop film full of chase scenes, shootouts, & macho melodrama
(de) wrote: Powerful and deeply moving, this is a bit of a slow burner which reaches full force during an all-night argument between (Ingrid) Bergman and Ullman the heart of the film. Beautiful use of classical music and some incredible acting, the film is genuinely emotional yet never sentimental (just as Bergman lectures her daughter during the iconic scene where the two play Chopin's Prelude #2), a dark study of repression and underlying anger at the heart of a neglected maternal relationship.
(de) wrote: Jack Smight's cheesy post apocalyptic road movie is a fun ride, it concerns five survivors of a nuclear holocaust who travel cross-country in "Landmaster' a specially-designed 12-wheeled armored all-terrain military vehicle, which is equipped with front and back cannons and twin overhead rocket launchers, they are searching for other survivors and settlements, along the way they will encounter giant scorpions, man-eating killer cockroaches, some murderous radioactive hillbillies, freak storms and floods with a sky that is a mass of swirling colors. Awful dialogue with some of the cheapest looking practical special effects you'll ever see. As for the cast which is led by the late George Peppard, who is a campy delight as by-the book officer, Major Eugene Denton, a wooden Jan-Michael Vincent as rebellious junior officer, the late Paul Winfield, in a good turn as Vincent's officer buddy, and Dominque Sanda as the token female eye candy member of the group. Overall an enjoyable guilty pleasure. Recommended.
(kr) wrote: Best one yet still gory but not a dull moment a gothic blood bath of a movie an one of the best ones yet