The Punisher

The Punisher

When undercover FBI agent Frank Castle's wife and son are slaughtered, he becomes 'the Punisher' -- a ruthless vigilante willing to go to any length to avenge his family.

Frank Castle, an undercover FBI agent becomes a vigilante assassin and sets out to unleash vengeance upon Howard Saint, the corrupt businessman who slew his family. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Punisher torrent reviews

Private U (kr) wrote: i think this is the one i seen, it was good enough i guess, but then i like movies about the bible events...

Justin T (jp) wrote: Visually haunting and not overly negative or harsh.

Christopher S (au) wrote: would have been just as (if not more) effective with no dialog at all. awesome cinematography and music... I just never expected to hear "like" so much in a film.

Adrian Z (ru) wrote: I fell asleep 3 words into the plot.

Pablo M (br) wrote: Unfortunately I cant give negative stars. Stay AWAY.

Erin W (mx) wrote: A predictable movie that I hoped I would have liked. Decent acting, quality camera work, but it just seems like a copy cat.

Carlos M (mx) wrote: An intriguing drama centered on the strong sexual tension between Johannes Vermeer and a woman who would supposedly become the subject of his most famous painting - but even if visually stunning, the result could have been a bit more involving.

Nicholas P (de) wrote: horrible boring garbage

Brody M (kr) wrote: 1 of my favorites when I was little

Devon B (ca) wrote: Giulietta Masina ("La strada") is absolutely devastating in her role as the titular Cabiria in "Nights of Cabiria" (and when I say devastating, I mean it only in the best sense). Cabiria is quite a character to say the least. A prostitute who puts on a big loud and tough exterior yet is almost fatally naive when it comes to love. In an opening scene, her boyfriend robs her and pushes her in the river to drown. She tries to play it off as an accident, a lover's tiff, but her friends know better. All of her mannerisms suggest someone who's putting on an act, and it doesn't feel as if we're ever allowed to see the "real" Cabiria. Well, almost. Towards the end of the film, we're shown (quite intentionally by director Federico Fellini) the true motivations of certain characters. It's this foreshadowing, allowing the audience in on things, that makes it so heartbreaking when Cabiria finally catches on. Cabiria is all the innocence of the world that we must so desperately cling to, in order to preserve even the slightest remainder of it. Giulietta Masina was married to Fellini for many years and it's through her we see his unique world view focused. Nights of Cabiria features many Fellini signatures: the robust yet voluptious woman, the skeletal structure silhouetted against the sky, and the seemingly random parade of fools, which in Cabiria's world, signals the final triumph of innocence over cynicism: that even in the darkest hour, we can be swayed to smile by the music of children, if it is truly in our nature to do so.

Sam R (gb) wrote: Excellent romantic comedy. Jack Nicholson at his comedic best.

Chris S (us) wrote: Tom Selleck drinking a Coors in a bathtub. Enough said.