Dick Bannister is the new field boss of the Ford Logging Company, a Canadian logging-crew during a time when conflicts with the powerful Consolidated Lumber Company, a bitter rival company, have turned bloody, like a private war. His boss, Miss Edith Ford, comes to inspect the lumberjack camp, bringing her doctor fiancé with her. Dick is attacked by his rivals and left for dead. His loss of blood is so great that he needs a transfusion, but no human will volunteer, so the surgeon uses a wolf as a source of the blood. Afterwards, Dick begins having dreams where he runs with a pack of phantom wolves, and the rival loggers get killed by wolves. Soon, these facts have spread through the camp. (via YouTube)
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Wolf Blood torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: John Le Carre's novels don't translate very well into movies in my opinion, with some real slogs like Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy. This one is easier to follow, but still didn't really grip me. Things move at a pretty slow pace and I never really got invested in the characters. Nothing wrong with the actors here, especially Philip Seymour Hoffman. It has some interesting things to say about the war on terror but is mostly forgettable.
(de) wrote: It tries to be intriguing but ultimately fails.
(ru) wrote: Another stupid movie. Wasn't funny and the jokes were awful.
(br) wrote: This really felt like a straight to video release. I automatically hate movies that glorify animal abuse, such as when a cat is run over, which had nothing to do with anything. Just felt that any movie that needs to add cheap thrills is brutal
(us) wrote: Se me despert la sensibilidad cuando narran su tiempo en prisin, pasada la primera hora. La evolucin de su trato con el negro de las sbanas es mgica. Norton es genial hasta justo antes del final en el bao. 4/10
(us) wrote: I thought it would be weird to see Eliza Dushku as a kid instead of a mature bombshell, but she was actually adorable in this movie.
(au) wrote: not my kind of flick
(de) wrote: "Marnie" gets better as wine gets better through the years.
(ru) wrote: En DVD. Adaptado de la obra homonima de George Bernard Shaw para cine no deja de ser bastante teatral en su dinamica, en su narrativa, que, tratandose de cine, pierde en efectividad si no estan conseguida las actuaciones y su intensidad, lo que puede crear en el espectador cierto distanciamiento. Sus personajes son bastante acartonados, hieraticos, caricaturescos y el drama en si carece de seriedad, no llega a las cotas que deberia tener el tema tratado. Hay buenas maximas en el texto pero solo son recitadas, no vividas. Es tierna, buena, pero poco convincente, exceptuando a un correcto Jhon Gielgud y la direccion artistica. Con todo el filme no es malo pero adolece de rigor.
(it) wrote: Was an interesting movie, but the last 3/4 pretty much ruined it for me. Affleck started out as a not very believeable character but turned into fitting the role well.
(ru) wrote: no thanks not my thing