Ace of Hearts
Officer Daniel Harding is a distinguished member of the K-9 police unit. His partner and best friend is Ace, a police dog. When Ace is accused of mauling a suspect, an overzealous DA convinces police authorities that Ace should be euthanized.
- Stars:Nicholas Le Prevost, Harriet Eastcott, Sam Heughan, Barny Clevely, Karl Davies, Martin Hutson, Roger Barclay, Eric Carte, Orlando Wells, William Chubb, Joe Murray, Darrell D'Silva, Richard Lintern, Kevin Colson, Roger Ashton-Griffiths, Britt McKillip, Mike Dopud, Anne Marie DeLuise, David Patrick Green, Burkely Duffield, Daniel Boileau, Zak Santiago, Keith Dallas, Lossen Chambers, John Shaw, Matthew Harrison, Jody Thompson, Dave Lantaigne, Peter Kelamis,
- Country:Canada, USA
- Director:David Mackay,
- Writer:Frederick Ayeroff
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Ace of Hearts torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Low budget offbeat movies like this one hardly ever get good reviews nor awards but you've got to admit that they do entertain. I adore flicks or music that throw mainstream cliches out the window and go for the juglar vein of controversy, it doesn't matter how abhorrent they are overall. The title is a dead giveaway.
(mx) wrote: Gotta love Mo'Nique for putting out this movie. I can relate!!
(nl) wrote: It is unusual for a low-budget independent film to fail on a narrative level. Usually the slapdash acting or clueless direction does the damage and sometimes, the dialogue can make decent ideas seem downright dumb. In the case of Keep Your Distance, it's a tale of the tale. Had it figured out a better story to tell, this would be a wonderful, if minor, movie. As it stands, it's a well-cast creation that never delivers the percolating plot it promises.
(au) wrote: Halloween, Thanksgivings and X'Mas film.
(it) wrote: Ian McKellan carried the movie exceptionally well, and there was little else around him due to the focus, which did not really detract from the movie as a whole.
(br) wrote: Silly and funny, as it should be, at least that is how I remember it since I saw it quite a few years ago
(gb) wrote: Albert Brooks makes things funny and painful (even excruciating) for viewers at the same time with this extended skit about an extremely neurotic film editor in an unstable relationship (the instability is his own doing). Kathryn Harrold is his impossibly patient girlfriend who works in a bank. Things start with Brooks breaking the relationship up because he feels it isn't working; cue a slow motion trainwreck night on Quaaludes. Brooks tortures himself (and the audience) with every false and real move that a man might make when experiencing attachment anxiety. Of course, he screws everything up - but somehow manages to return to relational harmony (and then royally screws things up again). The plot aside, it is the little moments that count with Brooks. We smirk as he gets suckered in a sporting store or when he ridiculously recreates George Kennedy's footsteps on the Foley stage. The character Brooks plays isn't as intellectual as Woody Allen nor as stupid as the fictional George Costanza (two erstwhile peers in pain) -- instead, he is the everyman who worries too much. As a director, Brooks knows how to draw out a specific incident such that viewers can see the pain coming -- but it still resounds with comic reverberations when it hits; he makes a lot out of a little. I laughed.
(kr) wrote: The Beach Party movies are not great cinema, but they are fun. This is the first of the series. The highlight of the film is Harvey Lembeck as Eric Von Zipper.
(nl) wrote: Picturesque documentary masterpiece involving some very questionable exploration methods
(de) wrote: So stupid but had a great soundtrack