During his long career, bounty hunter Ralph "Papa" Thorson has caught over 5,000 criminals. Now, while he is working on apprehending fugitives in Illinois, Texas and Nebraska, he himself is being hunted by a psychotic killer.
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Angela R (nl) wrote: Most people dont understand this movie possibly because you may not understand the circumstance that this movie was based on. I personally felt the impact in this movie although it was a little bit predictable but it still did deliver in terms of how impactful it was to its audience. The basis of this movie is real and happens alot in India. As you may have read in the credits. It does shed light on a very terrible deed that is not cared much by authorities over there. All in all this movie was more educatilonal and it was also thrilling to watch. I'd rate it 4 out of 5
Brandon C (jp) wrote: Worst direct to video Scooby-Doo ever released. This movie was a trainwreck from the very beginning to the very end. Too many singalongs with actors who can't sing, excluding Fred and Daphne. Not worth buying at all. Save your movie and buy another Scooby-Doo direct to video movie instead with better quality than this one.
Esther H (es) wrote: Impressive...every dialogue is well designed. 1/4 (C)? 3/4One looks for marriage, one looks for a relationship that can cure her broken heart. Very well directed.
Richard D (gb) wrote: The odd plot implementation is somewhat passable as a foundation for exploring the issues facing the research leadership during WWII.It could be redone to include more of the characters within the film to provide some broader perspective and more naturual suspense (Openheimer, Albert Spear etc.) Overall it was just cool to see Danial Craig attempt to help visualize some of the technical aspects of quantum mechanics and the gap between the Bohr and Heizenberg models.
Debra C (kr) wrote: young Jude Law is absolutely gorgeous...
Gimly M (es) wrote: The best music video I've seen in ages.
Gabriel K (ca) wrote: Dark humor at its best with stellar performances by Humphrey Bogart and Peter Lorre. Script by Truman Capote is at times too serious for this farce but, for the most part, keeps things lively.