Almost An Angel
Terry Dean is an electronics wizard and thief. After he is released from jail, he is hit by a car while saving a little girl's life. While in the hospital, he dreams that God visits him and tells him he's an Angel, and must start doing good things to make up for his past life. Not believing it at first, he soon becomes convinced he must be an Angel. Not having any Angel powers yet, he must use his own experiences and talents to make good things happen.
- Category:Drama, Comedy
- Stars:Paul Hogan, Elias Koteas, Linda Kozlowski, Doreen Lang, Douglas Seale, Ruth Warshawsky, Parley Baer, Michael Alldredge, David Alan Grier, Larry Miller, Travis Venable, Robert Sutton, Ben Slack, Troy Curvey Jr., Eddie Frias,
- Director:John Cornell,
- Writer:Paul Hogan
Lifelong thief Terry Dean suffers a potentially fatal accident while saving a little girl life. And God paid him a visit when he was "in limbo" and told him he's an Angel, and must start doing good things to make up for his past life. But before being given his wings, he must use his human power to perform a good deed for a crippled man. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Almost An Angel torrent reviews
(us) wrote: So Formulaic, a sub par Rush Hour not worth streaming much less buying. The Chinese trivia was nice though but it's very overdone
(nl) wrote: its good i guess but its stupid at the same time
(de) wrote: It's a lot shorter than the first two but a lot spookier and boasting a better narrative construct. Paranormal activity 3 continues the spooky franchise's creeps with a prequel that answers many questions that the predecessors left hanging. Though it raises a few more questions itself that remain unanswered by the end.
(mx) wrote: simple script, plot & life lesson. it's not a comedy where you will roll in laughter but rather a light hearted drama with no big twists. there is also good real life capture of scenery around Downtown/Brooklyn which is much fresh and close to life than exaggerated NYC scenery in other movies.don't expect any complexity with this movie. it's just a simple humorous life lesson & that's simply it.
(jp) wrote: Great acting directing fun characters overall a animation movie that isn't just for kids
(de) wrote: I don't know what to think about this movie. Was it supposed to be propaganda to the Iraqies or to the Americans, or everybody, or some kind of match to the fuel of hatred? Well, it kept my mind busy the whole time trying to figure this out, so that's gotta be worth something.
(au) wrote: Simply a terrible movie. Horrible acting and a bad adaptation of a great book. Overall it was a travesty. The only redeeming factor is Jeremy Irons' performance. The worst part is that we all know that Malkovich can act but he wasn't in this movie. He was simply yelling.
(it) wrote: Josh Hartnett's performance in this film, is a good reason to check out the movie. In my opinion, it is one of his best performances, so far. The film reminded me of films like The Prime Gig, Boiler Room, Less Than Zero, Nothing in Common, Up in the Air, American Psycho, and Glen Gary Glen Ross. Adam Scott is also very good, as Hartnett's brother. Scott and Hartnett have a good on screen chemistry. Robin Tunney and Rip Torn are solid in their roles. David Bowie steals the one scene that he is in. The music in the film is good. On a negative, the pacing is off. Also while Naomie Harris was ok in her role, I think another actress in that role, would have done a much better job. She didn't have a good on screen chemistry with Hartnett. Still the film is worth watching for the performances, especially Hartnett's.
(ag) wrote: 10 years before John Carpenter's 'The Thing', this Spanish horror flick had horror film legends, Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing battling an alien life form found frozen in the ice with the ability to hide within it's prey on a train in 1906. Eugenio Martin directs a story that has more then a passing resemblance to John W. Campbell's "Who Goes There?" as Professor Alexander Saxon (Lee) discovers an ancient anthropoid frozen in the ice in Manchuria and plans to take it's remains back to Europe on the Trans-Siberian Express. Unknown to Saxon, his fossil is possessed by an alien who was stranded here millenia ago and has the ability to not only absorb the minds of it's victims but to jump from person to person and reanimate it's victims as well. Once the creature thaws, it's up to Saxon and rival scientist, Wells(Cushing) to save the remaining passengers trapped on the speeding train from this alien life form and it's zombie army.'Horror Express' is a fun horror that, like Carpenter's classic and Campbell's story has it's share of paranoia and autopsies. Unlike 'The Thing' this alien being can talk and does so often giving it a personality and giving the audience some much needed background exposition that Carpenter's creature never did. There is some decent bloodshed and some nice suspense, a creepy score, as well as, a crazy monk (Alberto de Mendoza) and an equally crazy Cossack Commander (A scenery chewing Telly Savalas) thrown in for good measure. Lee and Cushing are great together as always and there is some fun dialog especially from Savalas and Cushing ("Monsters? We're British you know!"). Wrap it up with a really creepy and effective climax and you've got a recipe for an entertaining little classic sci-fi/ horror on a Saturday night.
(it) wrote: Given the content, the positive rating appears to be something of a misnomer (wanted to give more stars, but adjusted downwards to avoid the title popping up among my favorites). But "that" content is conspicuously missing. The Third Reich's most unforgivable feature, the systematic persecution and extermination of minorities and undesireables, is, at most, implied as the flipside of virulent Germanic pride. To draw a rough metaphor in American terms, the Nazi leaders present themselves much more as "pro-black" than "anti-white". If the viewer can muster sufficient imagination to temporarily forgo the luxury of hindsight, it's not hard to imagine how a contemporary Average Joe Kraut might embrace romaticized German patriotism without, perhaps, consciously acknowledging the dark underbelly of the "us/ them" dichotomy. Why confront people's moral boundaries by pedalling hatred explicitly when it can be implicitly packaged in a flattering superiority myth? Of propaganda's beguiling, devious potential, I know no better illustration. Seduction can be deadlier than logic. All disclaimers and potentially apologist arguments aside, the imagery contained herein is damned compelling. The seductive potential such an ostentatious display of power is as undeniable as it is disconcerting; the idea that any adolescent boy might avoid being swept away by this tornado of self-righteous romanticism seems almost daft.Normally a somewhat muted proponent of free speech, Frulein Riefenstahl furnishes a compelling case study on why some things simply must be banned.