After being accused of crimes he did not commit, a lonely circus performer exacts his revenge on those who unjustly condemned him. The act sparks something inside of him which he cannot stop and now, years later, his inner-demons have truly surfaced. Part urban legend, part tabloid sensationalism... he is now an unstoppable murderous juggernaut, fueled only by hate.
- Stars:Georgia Chris, Joe Davison, Raine Brown, Jack Amos, Kibwe Dorsey, Rod Grant, Norberto Santiago, Jerry Allen, Jeff Dylan Graham, Krystal Badia, Clayton T. Smith Jr., Chris Antilian, Jeremy King, Christopher Jacobson, Leslie Crytzer,
- Director:Marcus Koch,
- Writer:Joe Davison
Two journalists are on the trail of a demented serial killer who may be much closer than they think. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
100 Tears torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: I am Open going see this movie with my Mom and my brother?!!
(ca) wrote: I love this movie ive been dancing ever sence
(au) wrote: you will like it or hated..
(au) wrote: It was interesting how this film provided a modern take on the classic Western. It was also a really good one at that. Many scenes had a lot of tension to them, and it had a ton of unexpected moments. Then, at the 90 minute mark, the movie pulls the rug out from under the viewer, and it becomes a lot more interesting. This is the finest Coen brother film I've seen yet. In my opinion, it's even better than "The Big Lebowski" - another masterpiece.After a hunter named Llewelyn Moss accidentally stumbles across a drug deal gone horribly wrong, and nearly 2 million dollars in a briefcase, a serial killer named Anton Chigurh follows him in and attempts to get it back, killing anyone who gets in his way. A bounty hunter named Carson Wells is also hired to recover the money. In the meantime, Sheriff Ed Tom Bell oversees the investigation. Violence and mayhem results.What I loved about Chigurh was that he was able to accomplish all of his tasks without ever showing much pain or effort. He did gruesome murders like it was no big deal. Since he never showed much emotions throughout the movie, this gave me the idea that he knew exactly what he was doing and he wasn't afraid of dying whatsoever. This made his appearance seem very threatening. Also, it was very hard to escape him. Very few people he encountered in the film made it out alive. Most of his victims stood no chance when he killed him. Also, his character was made a lot better by Javier Bardem's amazing performance. Without showing too much emotion, he was able to send a chill down the viewer's spine every time he enters the screen. He has an ominous feeling to him which makes his appearance look unnerving. Bardem terrifies the viewer somewhat in the same way that Anthony Hopkins' from "The Silence of the Lambs" does. I don't think that many actors could do the same as him. What he did is very difficult to do, yet he nailed it perfectly. His Oscar for "Best Actor" was well deserved. Also, many other actors such as Josh Brolin and Tommy Lee Jones gave great performances as well.Also, this movie has several of the most suspenseful scenes I've ever seen in a film. For example, the coin toss near the middle is, by far, the best one in the film. Chigurh constantly stops all attempts the man in the convenient store does to escape. When he throws the coin, the viewer is left on the edge of their seats to see what will happen. Also, you probably didn't notice the gentle push-in from the camera which raises the tension even more. Another great scene is when Moss is in a hotel, and he suspects that Chigurh is right outside the door. Moss turns the lights out and points his gun at the door to prepare. The calm moments the viewer experiences keeps them on the edge of their seats, because anything can happen at any second. There are many other scenes where the Coen brothers add background noises which inform the viewer that something bad might happen. It could simply be the sound of footsteps, someone flushing a toilet, or a loud phone ring. It could also be when the viewer knows something that a character in the film doesn't. If a character is walking into a room, it could show you a shot to see Chigurh waited for him/her. This is another highly effective technique which works very well too. I can't think of a single movie I've ever watched which made me feel as much suspense as I did in this one.Around the 90 minute mark, the Coen brothers pull the rug out from under you, and they make a choice which makes the film a whole lot better. It is so unexpected, and it opens the film up to a whole new layer of pros after it leaves a few loose ends in its storyline, making it ambiguous. I am a real enthusiast for ambiguity. I think that it's great to have in films as it gives them more staying power, and it can lead me to discover new things every time I re-watch them. The ambiguous ending in this film seems simple at first. It doesn't seem too impressive at first glance. However, after thinking about it for a little while, I was slowly able to realize how impressive it actually was. It makes you see the film in an entirely new way, and it makes simple action scenes that we witnessed earlier in the film become much deeper. It was interesting how the Coens were able to provide a somewhat unique take on ambiguity. People who criticize its ending and call it disappointing are missing the point. This is a film which has a deeper meaning. It requires you to think. Just because it leaves a couple plot points up to interpretation doesn't make it a weaker film. Ambiguity isn't necessarily a bad thing.In conclusion, this was a perfect movie. Chigurh was an amazing villain. I feel like he's one of the best modern villains ever, because Javier Bardem knocked it out of the park with him. Also, his calm expressions were terrifying. Chigurh was reminiscent of Dr. Hannibal Lecter. Also, I've felt more tension in this film than any other film I can think of off the top of my head. To top the film off, once the ambiguity is introduced, it allows the viewer to appreciate the film in entirely new ways, and the film becomes very different on re-watches. This is, quite possibly, the best Coen film to date.
(us) wrote: Not good, or bad....it's just there......
(mx) wrote: it was alright. nothing too major!
(nl) wrote: really weird and confusing...
(gb) wrote: Kim Basinger is amazing in her role.
(mx) wrote: It feels tremendously dated today, as I imagine it had felt back in the 1960s just as well (although obviously not also from a thematic point of view), like a mawkish vintage soap-opera that is not ashamed of its laughable dialogue and absurd situations.
(kr) wrote: This is a cute movie, made funny by Rex Harrison and Kay Kendall. Both actors are superb in comedy. The storyline is great and kept me interested. Vincente Minnelli did a good job directing this movie. This movie is a must see if you're a fan of comedies.
(us) wrote: Stunning indictment. Proves that the best critics of "America" are always Americans.
(de) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested.
(us) wrote: Now this is what a monster movie should be like: tense, entertaining as hell, funny and super well made - and I don't mean only those gooey creatures that look really nice on screen, but it is really cool how they make all those houses shake on their foundations like that.
(it) wrote: I don't think there is a more hair brained and dated romantic comedy I have seen n some time. But thats what I liked about it. The film is absolutely preposterous and seems to be in a world all of its own. How refreshing it was though. The insanity and loose attitude of the film proved to be charming. The film also is a great time capsule for the sexual and cultural ideals of the early 1960's. This film is also about advertising firms, so in many ways its like a comedy version of Mad Men. I think this film may be funnier now then when in came out because of how it encapsulated a period in time so well. In many ways it also was rather risky for a fluffy romantic comedy. What also makes the film so appealing, even with its faults, is the great acting. Hudson and Day are a great screen couple and play off each other very well. The two are the quintessential romantic couple of their era. That being said, the really impressive performance of the film belongs to the hilarious Tony Randall. There is not a scene he does not steal and he gives a comic performance to behold. His timing is perfect and his line deliveries are deadly funny. Randall is the glue that holds a lot of the film together and provides some big laughs. His introduction alone is worth seeing the film. As enjoyable as the film was though, the ending falls apart in this film. It seems like they just could not find a way to level out the story and bring it back to earth. All together Lover Come Back is a film with its problems, but it seems like those problems get washed away with the films charm and some strong performances.
(jp) wrote: An under-appreciated commentary on struggle of rival skate gangs in the 80's with musical cameo by Red Hot Chili Peppers.Similar to "No Country for Old Men", this movie stars Josh Brolin and explores themes of chance/fate/obstacles in life. The primary difference between the two movies being that Thrashin' was set in L.A. with Josh cast as a skate hunk, whereas in Thrashin's remake (No Country for Old Men) he was cast as a vietnam veteran in Texas.