With Blood on My Hands: Pusher II

With Blood on My Hands: Pusher II

Tony (Mads Mikkelsen) is released from prison - again. This time he has his mind set on changing his broken down life, but that is easier said than done

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:100 minutes
  • Release:2004
  • Language:Danish,Serbo-Croatian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   hotel,   wedding,  

Tony is released from prison - again. This time he has his mind set on changing his broken down life, but that is easier said than done. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


With Blood on My Hands: Pusher II torrent reviews

Niels S (au) wrote: Ikke verdens bedste Hamilton-film, men okay underholdning.

Becsy B (es) wrote: i think its fantasic

Sawyer W (br) wrote: Stupid movie. Just don't watch it. It has nothing like the old ones.

Juli R (gb) wrote: This is a complicated, textured, nuanced film about the effects Alzheimer's can have on relationships. I've been a fan of Sarah Polley since Go!, but it's hard to believe that such a young director made this movie. Olympia Dukakis is a gem. The script is based on Alice Munro's short story The Bear Came Over the Mountain

Bengel W (es) wrote: Bring two very stupid women together and you get a really empty movie. Camera work is useless at times as it interferes with the story. Actors are incapable. The dialogue is pathetic as is the false musical pseudo fear that is kept circling around the non action. This is a bad TV movie that should never have been picked up off the editing floor. Nibbles: Barbeque Sausages.

Dustin D (us) wrote: Kiefer delivers a strong performance in this "B" movie, with a original story this film didn't do a whole lot for me. However much of the blame would be put on the producers and especially the director of the film who seemed to carelessly not try.

Aleks C (es) wrote: Cool, could have been great.

Dan B (ru) wrote: An attempt at creating a Wittgensteinian movie about Wittgenstein. Bareboned, like a filmed minimalist stage production. Intention is good, but I don't think Jarman quite got it right.

Chris G (ca) wrote: Hickox continues in the same vein with this camp vampire western featuring a star turns from Foreman and Campbell. This is no life for a vampire!

Thomas D (es) wrote: It's funny, I read reviews of Goldfinger that said that film changed the tone and course of Bond films for a long time, and I think that writer was right. Since Goldfinger, it has been average Bond movie after average Bond movie. The tongue and cheek tone that Goldfinger sort of inspired had already grown tiresome and over the top by Diamonds Are Forever.Connery is back, which is obviously a step up from Lazenby, but Blofeld once again changed actors. Apparently this reflects the chameleon like nature of Blofeld in the books, but it fails to create a sense of rhythm and consistency to the franchise. With that being said, he was one of the better Blofelds we have had and made for a decent foe. The problem is that the tone of the rest of the film is so goofy and dissimilar to what Bond and Blofeld are in. The action sequences are improved since the unorthidox editing of On Her Majesty's Secret Service without the strange settings of Thunderball and You Only Live Twice.Even the sidekick villains in the film are borderline un-watchable. By today's standards, these assumed gay characters would be seen as portrayed very offensively, but I guess that was just the time the film was released. So other than the fact that this film has the dumbest cops in film history, weird duo characters, and it's tonally inconsistent, it is a decently entertaining film. We finally get a good back and forth between Blofeld and Bond, and Connery is back (at least for one film). Diamonds Are Forever is yet another average installment in the franchise.+Connery is back+Blofeld in his full form+Better action-Tonally off-Un-watchable side duos-Offensive at times5.8/10

Ryan V (gb) wrote: The Valley of Gwanji is set in Mexico and its titular monster is an allosaurus, but its plot points are shamelessly lifted from King Kong. Of course, anyone who seeks out this film will do so for the kitsch value of watching live action cowboys fight stop motion dinosaurs. The Valley of Gwanji does not disappoint in the category of prehistoric mayhem; the sequence where the posse lassos the allosaurus belongs in the B-movie hall of fame. The Valley of Gwanji is a bit slight when compared to Ray Harryhausen vehicles like Jason & The Argonauts of the 7th Voyage of Sinbad, but it's still a fun movie for the connoisseur of celluloid schlock.

Philip E (kr) wrote: Ice Ice Baby made me laugh my ass off. Remove Rex Ryan have a four star movie

John L (es) wrote: What a terrible movie. Stupid. Pointless. Bad LSD trip terrible.