The Hard Way
Seeking to raise his credibility as an actor and to land a role as a tough cop on a new show, Hollywood action star Nick Lang works a deal with New York City Police Capt. Brix, who by chance is one of his fans. Nick will be paired with detective Lt. John Moss and learn how to act like a real cop. But when Nick drives John crazy with questions and imitating him, he gets in the way of John's pursuit of a serial killer.
- Category:Action, Comedy, Crime
- Stars:Christina Ricci, Michael J. Fox, Stephen Lang, Luis Guzmán, James Woods,
- Director:John Badham,
- Writer:Lem Dobbs (story), Michael Kozoll (story), Daniel Pyne (screenplay), Lem Dobbs (screenplay)
A fussy, pampered Hollywood actor teams up with an intense, driven cop in order to investigate a vicious serial killer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Hard Way torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: I was excited to see this one. Love horror, huge zombie fan and this looked to have an interesting story hook and very clever cast (and OMG, what happened to Darryl Hannah??). How disappointing then to sit through what is almost inarguably the worst zombie film every made. I tried very hard and can't come up with a single redeeming quality for this heap o' crap and I've got to believe the entire cast has to be rethinking their decisions to participate.
(gb) wrote: Melhor filme da historia do Brasil. Explica com detalhes a historia da Serra Pelada e da Vale do Rio Doce.
(br) wrote: Turn on your television and find a movie to watch. Your guide will be filled with movies with a written "love story" plot line. From Cinderella to the Hallmark channel, they are all fairytales and love stories. Just recently, another production was added to the bunch, only its message is more relative to our modern population here in America. "Muffin Top: A Love Story" written and directed by Cathryn Michon, is not the typical love story that you would think. Once you turn it on, do not expect to see a "love at first sight" moment between a man and a woman. Michon and her husband, W. Bruce Cameron wrote this film with the intention of sending a message to the public, specifically feminists. This love story is not about finding your "true love" but "loving yourself, not five pounds from now." So many women try to live up to all of these images from the media. Unless you have Photoshop, you will never live up to those images from the media. Even if you do have Photoshop or a monthly payment with a photo editing website, you are paying to make yourself look like someone you're not. Everyone has their insecurities but those who think they are alone in that sort of mindset, this movie will clarify that you are wrong and you're not the only one. It is time to bring true beauty back. Suzanne (Cathryn Michon) teaches a women's studies class in Los Angeles, which is ironic as it is where all the "inspiring beauty" images are. She is also undergoing IVF shots in the hopes of having a baby. When her husband leaves her on her 40th birthday, presenting her with divorce papers and a baby on board (with another woman), she takes extreme, hilarious measures to get rid of her own muffin top while finding love again. First, she must find out who she is and accept her beauty - there is no definition of beauty besides a person themselves. Taking that into account, she also finds those who love her for who she is and not how she looks. This film has a meaningful message with a wonderful cast and I definitely recommend it to anyone out there who is up for a few laughs. I do not want to give too much away about the movie, so check out iTunes, Amazon and other Video-On-Demand platforms to purchase your digital copy today. Join us in supporting this message about female empowerment, because this film does a phenomenal job of portraying it with a comedic background.
(jp) wrote: A ton of celebrity cameos... Subtly funny...
(kr) wrote: Technically proficient overall, but it's a bit too on the nose with its approach to remaking a classic. It does very little to stand on its own as a different film to the original, and while Liev Schreiber is game in the role that Gregory Peck inhabited before, Julia Stiles is out of place. She doesn't possess the gravitas of a mother, or a woman of stature. She was simply too young for the role. The rest of the cast was quite good though especially David Thewlis who is a spitting image of David Warner as the photo journalist in the original.There didn't seem to be much of a point in revisiting this film though. It's slick of course, but what movie wasn't in 2006? It's a by the book remake that borrows more than recreate, with no scares, or lasting effect that the prior classic had.
(de) wrote: Okay movie...not as good as Cry Freedom or some of the other Apartheid based plot movies...
(ca) wrote: Boring comedy, with missed opportunities everywhere.
(fr) wrote: For da love of God, every copy of this movie should be burned, the script shredded and everyone who had anything to do with this movie should be sterlized.
(fr) wrote: depressing but awesome. deserves the Little Golden Lion award at the 2001 Venice Film Festival.
(de) wrote: Respetable secuela que conserva los elementos de ciencia ficcin de la primera, adems del personaje principal y de un nuevo elenco que aportan buenas coreografas de peleas. Sin duda responde al hecho de que segundas partes nunca fueron buenas. Universal Soldier The Return marca la 4a. entrega de la serie pero por decirlo as es la segunda de la serie en la que participa Van Damme con el mismo personaje pero seis aos despus, en pocas palabras, s tiene continuidad y agrega elementos de ciencia ficcin ms avanzados que la hacen un poco ms entretenida en ese aspecto que la primera, aunque sus actuaciones no son tan buenas. Si ya vio la primera, pues no pierde nada en ver la segunda parte.
(au) wrote: I really enjoyed it! I am a Rik Mayall fan so am usually biased but I honestly think this is one ALOT of people could enjoy and I don't really understand why it wasn't a bigger hit than it was!Rik show's us that he is a truely great actor in this film. We see a serious and sensitive side as well as the comic side he his better known for and pulls off both fantastically! There really are some hileriously funny bits in this film!
(es) wrote: Hey there, movie fans. I've been doing the DVD trade thing with some friends and raiding their collections. "Down By Law" is by Jim Jarmusch, whose "Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai" so amazingly tied together wonderful performances, great music and dreamy visuals with the Samurai code, a French ice cream man and gangster violence. "Down By Law" is much less polished than "Ghost Dog" in its performances and just in its overall tone. It tells a slow, meandering story of three men (Tom Waits, John Lurie and Roberto Benigni) who end up in the same prison cell. It's black and white, saturated with Lurie's music and Wait's songs - Benigni is the one humourous aspect, as most of the movie moves in a trancelike fashion. Definitely a curiousity and worth seeing if you're a Jarmusch fan. "Swimming to Cambodia" - WOW. This is directed by Jonathan Demme in his "Stop Making Sense" phase. It's not really a conventional movie, not really a documentary...it's more of an actor performing a monologue. There are almost no visuals, aside from the stage, the table Gray sits at, and a few props that he uses for visual aids (like maps). It's about the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia, Gray's life, and his bit part in the movie "The Killing Fields". He weaves an amazing web of words and verbal images - I can see some of the scenes that he describes perfectly in my mind. A must-see - it's like no movie I've ever seen before. It makes me want to check out Gray's writing.
(gb) wrote: Entertaining. This movie was recommended to me by a guy that had worked in the field . Said it comes closest to the realities of the espionage business.
(au) wrote: Another great video craft production animation tv short. I love it and try too wAtch it every year but don't have time, awesome.
(ru) wrote: Ned Sharp: Where is the regiment riding? George Armstrong Custer: To hell, Sharp... or to glory. It depends on one's point of view.
(mx) wrote: Slightly entertaining with its down to earth cast and genuine performances.
(us) wrote: A promising opening and a slow burning suspense period which turned into a brainless speed thriller! Some of the action moments are laughable, including the bag you just cant get rid off. Shoot the storyteller.
(it) wrote: laugh!!! i thought this was a comedy