Warning!!! Pedophile Released
A pedophile is released out of prison from a 6-year sentence after allegedly molesting a 12-year old girl. The victim, now 18, reunites with her assailant whom she calls her "soul mate" only to spark outrage in the community. Not only do they attack the Pedophile, but soon cause more harm and chaos to the girl that they supposedly were protecting.
- Stars:Kai Lanette, Shane Ryan, Molly Wryn, Sean Cain, Joanna Angel, Kimberly Lynn Campbell, Rob Dale, Daryl Garbiso, Jerell Gray, Alyssa Hedrick, Elina Madison,
- Director:Shane Ryan,
- Writer:Kai Lanette (story), Shane Ryan (original idea)
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Warning!!! Pedophile Released torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Mainly for kids obviously, funny but just reminds me of Over the Hedge which I liked better.
(kr) wrote: De lo que hubiera podido ser un documental, va creciendo hasta un drama inspirado, potico, valiente y esperanzado, personalizado en la magnfica Rachel Mwanza. Para situarse desde sus ojos...
(nl) wrote: 10/10/14 StarzHD 410Glad we did not pay for this one. Bleak, dark scenery with people who have bleak, dark lives. A dark and sad film with a very strange ending, could have lived without seeing this.
(ag) wrote: As I watched this film, I felt tormented. Hehe... Seriously though, all that stuff about the tugboat captain blackmailing Tom... that didn't make any sense. If the tugboat guy disposed of Tom's murder victim, doesn't that make him an accessory? How exactly does that make for useful blackmail? And why blackmail him for a measly 5 dollars?But on the plus side, this film is full of unintentionally hilarious scenes.
(mx) wrote: Boring with it's jokes, that are pointless, and not that great...at all
(au) wrote: Kind of strange murder mystery movie. Thora Birch gives a pretty good performance as a semi-serial killer in Madison, Wisconsin. The story moved along pretty slowly but had some interesting twists.No need to chase this one down.
(br) wrote: Australia really leaves their people hanging out to dry. Yikes.
(es) wrote: Except for excessive explicit, graphic sex scenes, kinda fair "What a girl (really) wants?" flick about how a coming-of-age girl sees & dealing with her love (& how it so differs from boys' view, so cliched though), sexual desires, dreams, emotions, family, study, career, etc etc. A very brilliant Henriette Heinze as the core character Nadja.
(it) wrote: A movie which could have been made better, had the script been put together more cohesively.. There are almost visible blocks in the movie, which hinders it from becoming a better package overall
(fr) wrote: one of the most original films ive seen in a long time
(de) wrote: Hollywood has recently renewed its love affair with romantic comedies. Ever since Sleepless in Seattle proved that a film need not be too plot-heavy to be bankable, more and more attempts to cash in on cinematic romance have been surfacing, and few of them are successful. The problem is that Hollywood is trying to put the plot back into the romance, and still hasn?t found firm legs to stand on. Take Love Affair, I Love Trouble, and its newest offering which opened this past weekend, Speechless. Speechless stars Geena Davis and Michael Keaton as two speech writers for opposing candidates running for the New Mexico Senate. They become interested in each other while unaware that the other is the political enemy, and among a backdrop of campaign hustle and bustle, they try to form a relationship, knowing their campaigns forbid fraternizing with the opposing candidate?s staff. Complicating the matter is Davis? uncertainty about her on-again off-again fiancee, played by Christopher Reeve. Keaton and Davis have good chemistry between them. Keaton turns in a better performance than Davis with his dry wit and lovable smartass quality. Opposite him, Davis (who co-produced the film with husband Renny Harlin) seems too sincere to be a ten-year veteran of the world of politics. Her comebacks are delivered with too much heart and not enough sarcasm. In other supporting roles, Bonnie Bedelia has some good moments as Keaton?s ex-wife and co-worker, while Reeve (having a major bad hair film) is adequate but forgettable as the other side of the Keaton-Davis love triangle. Speechless fluctuates back and forth between syrupy romantic comedy and fast-paced political movie, unable to decide which it wants to be. We would expect Keaton and Davis, as sassy writers with a mutual mistrust for one another, to have a wittier manner of speech and incorporate more biting quips into their exchanges. Instead, the two discuss liking to look at feet, and cures for insomnia. When the film gets more into its political side, it excels: as one candidate gets a step ahead, the other volleys back with even fuller force, driven by the growing passion of Davis and Keaton and their competitive speech writing. The film is even clever enough to get satirical about local news reporting, and manages to work this into the campaign plot with ease. Another clever sequence involves the lovers-to-be in front of a group of students having an argument under the guise of a lecture. The film then takes their comic combat one step further by having their conflict translate verbatim into the subsequent speeches of their respective candidates the following day. But even the film?s political cleverness is eventually weakened by the contrived romance, unfortunately when it should be snowballing like the impending election itself. The film?s climax - at the victory party for the winning candidate - tries to have us believe that an entire mob of cheering people can be silenced with unexpected music and involve themselves in an argument taking place over the loudspeaker as though they have something at stake. Such a scene would have worked in a less intelligent movie; its presence in Speechless borders on the embarrassing. At the end, when Keaton and Davis run through the crowd for their big final embrace, only then do the red white and blue balloons descend from the ceiling, making us assume that the candidate?s presence at this party wasn?t that important anyway. Speechless is disappointing in that it possesses two of the most important qualities necessary for a successful film: well-rounded characters, and a well-constructed plot. What is missing is the marrying of the two, and the film wrongly tries to emphasize the romance, when its strength lies in its politics. As Hollywood tries to keep romance alive while still presenting us with interesting and new stories, hopefully it will catch on that in the best films, romantic overtones grow out of plot situations, and cannot be heavily planned or forced. In the meantime, rent What?s Up Doc? or His Girl Friday. [from The Watermark, 1994-12-17]
(ca) wrote: The film that ended the Cold War. Apolla never learned anything from the first two films. Ivan Drago is one nasty cunt. Two great montages the flashback one would bring a tear to a glass eye. The training sequence montage sets up the showdown nicely. Survivor's 'Burning Heart' goes down well and James Brown adds a touch of class.
(ag) wrote: Returning empty handed in his two-year search for the Holy Grail after having made a wrong turn somewhere, Lancelot(Luc Simon) is given a warm welcome back from King Arthur(Vladimir Antolek-Oresek). Mordred(Patrick Bernhard) emerges from the shadows just long enough to remind everybody that he told them so, before slinking back to his hole. All Queen Guinevere(Laura Duke Condominas) wants to know is why her knight, Lancelot, is not wearing her ring anymore. To start, "Lancelot of the Lake" takes an intriguing approach to violence, with the only graphic detail in its opening sequence(if it looks familiar, it should be pointed out that "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" was made the following year), before pretty much avoiding it for the rest of the film, which speaks volumes to the knights' worthiness, considering their history of bloodshed and pillaging. This film is set during the downward slide of Arthur's rule, as he has no wish to replace any fallen knights. Otherwise, the movie can be talky, focusing more on relationships, which confirms the eternal power of this venerable tale.
(es) wrote: Very funny and fast, but didn't like the sudden ending