A History of Violence

A History of Violence

An average family is thrust into the spotlight after the father commits a seemingly self-defense murder at his diner.

When a pair of petty criminals attempt to rob his small-town diner, Tom Stall (Viggo Mortensen) quickly and easily kills them both, which sets off repercussions that will shake his family to its very core. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


A History of Violence torrent reviews

Josiah M (kr) wrote: Breathtaking; from the opening scene to the last frame, "Fruitvale" depicts a tragically true story on human loss that deserves to be ranked with importance.

MEC r (kr) wrote: This movie had potential, but fell through the cracks. To bad.

Russ B (de) wrote: 7/30/2016: I thought this was a really nice movie. It was more drama than comedy, but there were a few laughs. The story was good and the cast was amazing.

Vishnuprasad S (de) wrote: A must watching Movie.. Anjali Menon Touch.

Ray L (ca) wrote: Cinematography, acting, music, plot are all phenomenal. The film makes no false promises of a cheesy love story or boy becomes hero. Rather it is a very real, human, relatable experience that makes you resonate with the characters. It's a film where everyone can say "I know that feeling", or "I've been there". We have all been a Tom or Summer at one point or knew one, and can recognize the flaws in them as if they were our own and give us clarity and awareness. Such a beautiful, heartfelt story that is a true depiction of romance and dating in real life.

Elma M (de) wrote: A modern supernatural horror film that explores the dark side of the human psyche, and the terror in facing up to one's darkest fears...~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Mike M (it) wrote: Tarr remains an acquired taste: as droll (some say glum) as they come, not one for excising dead screen time or the frenzied editing that goes to make up much of the contemporary cinema, he lays out the world of his latest in what can be no more than twenty or twenty-five dubbed, monochrome sequences. In this respect, he's a throwback to the high art cinema of yore; I dare say that for some, the experience of "The Man From London" will be like swimming against an ever-rising tide of boredom. Personally, the more I see of Tarr's work, the more I'm struck by just how truly *directed* these films are: they're works of near-perfect (some might say suffocating) formal control, in which no camera movement is left to chance, and what few cuts there are have been timed to the second... Tarr is less interested in the mechanics of Simenon's novel than its potential for atmospherics - the dockside, with its inky, fluid darknesses, yields several indelible locations - and the director's ingrained pessimism tallies surprisingly well with Simenon's fatalism. You have to wait for it - and it might not be what you choose to wait for of a Friday evening - but Tarr's film eventually delivers an authentic ripple of dread along the spine.

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Angie L (fr) wrote: It was so so, sometimes it was very slow and a little boring.

Brad S (mx) wrote: I wasn't terribly familiar with Italian Maestro Mario Bava's work, but I continually see his name pop up and decided I should see more of his films, other than "Black Sunday" which I enjoyed. This film is a campy B-movie sci-fi/horror hybrid that makes up for it's lack of plot and budget with fantastic atmosphere and visuals. Maybe people, including director Nicolas Winding Refn feel this film is a primary inspiration for Ridley Scott's "Alien". Refn is such an avid fan of the film that he had the Producers do a 4k restoration of the film which he then introduced at Cannes this year. "Planet of the Vampires" is not a great movie, but it is a fantastic example of how a great director can stretch a limited budget, and it is a fun and visually captivating film. Check it out!

Al C (us) wrote: And by 2 & Half Stars, I mean: Amazing!

Kaneda (gb) wrote: I've finished up my MST3K binge finally! Last few were near unbearable...but they have their moments. My MST3K collection is now as complete as it ever will be. Fifty-two films...in their entirety, with no commercials, except for tv spot trailers! Me be good editor me be. [u][b]What I've Learned From MST3K[/b][/u][b]Horrors of Spider Island[/b] - Plane crashes cause female survivors to become sex starved strippers who just want to booze and screw. [b]TISCWSLABMUZ[/b] - I believe five is the limit of words in a movie title from here on in. And if you have more, you better at least do what they say. [b]Red Zone Cuba[/b] - Curly couldn't act his way out of a paper bag. [b]Cave Dwellers[/b] - Dolph Lundgren dopplegangers don't mix well in bad Conan ripoffs, and more chicks need to get naked in these types of movies. [b]Eegah[/b] - I thought the Bond flicks had type cast Richard Kiel, but as it turns out, Jaws needs to stick to being Jaws.

Michael T (es) wrote: Frantic Italian satire.