Eddie Miller struggles with his hatred of women, he's especially bothered by seeing women with their lovers. He starts a killing spree as a sniper by shooting women from far distances. In an attempt to get caught, he writes an anonymous letter to the police begging them to stop him.
- Stars:Adolphe Menjou, Arthur Franz, Gerald Mohr, Marie Windsor, Frank Faylen, Richard Kiley, Mabel Paige, Marlo Dwyer, Geraldine Carr,
- Director:Edward Dmytryk,
- Writer:Harry Brown (screen play by), Edna Anhalt (story by), Edward Anhalt (story by)
A sniper kills young brunettes as the police attempt to grapple with the psychology of the unknown assailant. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Sniper torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Trs fort, Vincent Cassel au sommet.
(br) wrote: Young Gods (2004) - "Dead I am the sky, watching Angels cry." - Jere (1) Too much freedom (high-schooler Taavi moves into his parent's palatial home ten years after their death), (2) too much money (Taavi's inheritance), and (3) raging hormones (teenage boys) results in Taavi and his three friends making a pact to film each other's sexual exploits and compete for the coolest tape. In response, they act on fantasies that were best left to the imagination (as fantasies always are!). In the process, they end up using up their friends, then using up themselves. Running in the background is the unfolding story behind Taavi's parent's demise and the home influence on the other boys. At first appearing to be prurient, this fascinating film is actually multi-layered. Finnish director Jukka - Pekka Siili's film is unapologetically graphic, perhaps even disturbing due to the immature behavior of the portrayed characters, and it's possible to miss the screenplay's subtleties from covering your eyes. The film has been rapped for being unrealistic, but I'm not so sure about that. It's a strange brew - an unlikely set of initial conditions - but Jukka Vieno's haunting screenplay had a feel of reality to me. True, it didn't feel exactly real - more like trying to see something in the dark by looking slightly away.
(kr) wrote: got alot of good laughs. funny film
(gb) wrote: Scott / Bruckheimer / Washington trio de choc dans un superbe film de guerre psychologique. J'adore ! A voir et a revoir.
(mx) wrote: Still has a bit of re-watch value after all these years. Some parts are a bit too dumbed down for kids, but for the most part it is a fun movie.
(gb) wrote: oh c'mon it was a camp movie on rain day. shown on old film strip against a bunk wall
(br) wrote: see it, and be forever changed...
(nl) wrote: I come from the most peaceful time militarily in number of years. I've always known the stigma around Vietnam, and lord knows the concept of vulgar comedies has thrived in my lifetime. South Park, anyone? And though I know little of the Korean War, I get that M*A*S*H was groundbreaking when Robert Altman unleashed the film version of the book in 1970 because it not only made light of war, which, when the book was released in 1968, was a hot topic, but also because of the unique pacing of the film and the astoundingly vulgar situations, by even today's standards. The film, I didn't know, was originally given an X rating. However, I always thought the TV series was painfully boring. I still think it is one of the most overrated shows ever. So the desire to see the original film was not in me. Yet, I did. My take is that there is vulgar and there is disturbing. If I took M*A*S*H contextually at its time in history, I get it's relevance. I realize there was nothing like this movie at the time, and has been little like it since. I praise it for being such a groundbreaking film, but to watch it for the first time in 2012 is a hard thing to do. Especially as a Gen-Exer, who can't appreciate why making fun of war so strongly is a humorous thing. Why being so insensitive to women, blacks and authority in general while at war makes absolutely no sense to me. I found the movie dull. I may have chuckled a couple of times, but maybe this movie's genius is that it is such a strong portrayal, albeit unrealistic, of what war does to its participants and the inhumane conditions it expects modern people to accept, so the way they cope is to cure the boredom and sadness with as much outlandishness as can entertain them. I understand that the book was meant to be a satirical and over-the-top comedy about war told from someone who was very much against war, but had to participate I war, but calling it a comedy is stretching things a bit far. At best, it's an inside joke. To me, it just wasn't funny.
(fr) wrote: Cute drama, started great, the ending was a letdown.
(ca) wrote: Bugs Bunny was baed on Groucho and he was always the best part of the Marx Brothers. Mainly because he was the only one who said anything interesting.
(nl) wrote: alI actually quite liked this. There's only so much you can take of the same surroundings in a movie . Once the daylight breaks onto the film, it is to a lacklustre ending. Stephen Dorff does very well. But when the storyline just started to get interesting, the final ending seemed a bit of a letdown. There was potential for this film to turn into the Enemy of the State, but sadly it crashed a bit when the lid was popped off (literally) the loose ends were just burned. Too much, too quickly.
(it) wrote: A very very enjoyable movie. I'm so glad I decided to go ahead with it based on the good reviews. The clever storyline and cute characters are a delight!
(ru) wrote: Stupidest movie I've seen in a loooooong time!!!!I was gonna give just a half star...until I watched the last 20 min.
(ru) wrote: A grim southern gothic drama so emotionally painful it has an almost physical sting.
(nl) wrote: My favorite of the Frankie Avalon/Annette Funicello Beach Party films. These films are all pretty interchangeable, but I think I like this one better because Timothy Carey is extra bizarre in his role this time (tying Linda Evans to a log and sending her toward a buzz saw on a conveyor belt), that there's super cute, super young Linda Evans, and there are a couple songs that are way too catchy ("I Think, You Think" for sure). The rest of the film is pretty stander and silly. Don Rickles, Paul Lynde, Harvey Lembeck as Eric Von Zipper and Buster Keaton seriously slumming it in these films. Still, I really to enjoy these ridiculous films.