Bad Behaviour

Bad Behaviour

Emma and Peterson encounter their fierce predator Voyte Parker, a cop confronts his son's murderer, and a man finds his wife is cheating on him. Intersecting story lines; murderers, coppers, teachers and teenagers.

Emma and Peterson encounter their fierce predator Voyte Parker, a cop confronts his son's murderer, and a man finds his wife is cheating on him. Intersecting story lines; murderers, coppers, teachers and teenagers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Bad Behaviour torrent reviews

Jay B (ru) wrote: A pretty well made retelling of the still unsolved double murder case. Yes, it's a Lifetime movie (which I learned after) and yes, it fills in some gaps with assumptions.. but it's a decently acted and historically enjoyable sit. Just don't focus too much on the gore effects.. they tried.. and it was for television after all.

Scott P (mx) wrote: I don't think I'd ever be saying this, but this would've been a much stronger movie without Jackie Chan. Such whiplash tonal shift whenever he shows up to barely affect the action. Excellent movie about consequences, karma, redemption, and the power of the spirit.

Thomas P (gb) wrote: I was disinterested by the long conversation that is the bulk of the film, and I loved My Dinner with Andre. It does manage to keep you watching, but some of the discussion is rather predictable and not as shocking as the movie thinks it is. Worth a watch, but nothing memorable.

Bruno L (ag) wrote: Good plot, but what in God's name was Ray Liotta's death in the movie? He took almost 2 minutes to fall after being shot.

CR S (nl) wrote: The Venus Wars is an well written, well-paced war movie with a personal and gritty atmosphere. A movie that harkens back to a simpler time, a time when Japanese animators didn't have the luxury of computer animation and cel-shading. It surprisingly features a solid English dub job (despite some throw-away parts), since it was released in a time when the infiltration of Japanese animation into American homes was still in its infancy. The Venus Wars doesn't succumb to the over the top style that some Japanese developed animation does, which gives it a believable feel, the feel that it could have also easily been adapted into a live action movie. It doesn't re-write the action genre, but it does it right. Notes - The Venus wars was aired in heavy rotation in the late 1990's on the Sci-Fi Channel, back when the Sci-Fi Channel actually aired things worth watching, like MST3K. Knowing the way the channel treated stuff like this, I could imagine heavy editing due to content and length. - As far as I know the only DVD version of this movie available in North America is the non-anamorphic "US-Manga" edition, released in 1998. I would love to see this movie given an updated release on DVD, or Blu-Ray.

Mike K (ru) wrote: A surreal experience. Fantastic looking film but the story was a bit wafer thin by Coppola. I think the part that stood out for me was Nastassja Kinski singing, dancing and tightrope walking, three things I never knew she could do after seeing some of her other films. It's an interesting film but did get loads of bad press, I just think it was so ahead of it's time.

Aryanna G (mx) wrote: once again robert duval l gives a fantastic performance.

Maxx D (nl) wrote: An excellent cast wasted on an uninspired, largely unfunny movie. A shit Bruce Almighty clone without any of the laughs.

Ben L (es) wrote: The remarkable thing going on in Dog Day Afternoon is the fact that it transforms into so many different types of stories that I did not see coming from the beginning. In the early parts of the film, I thought it was going to be a simple story about a bank robbery gone wrong. In reality, that is exactly what we get for the first act. Then things start to transition and it becomes almost a satire of how the media spins a story like this, and how people can idolize a sympathetic criminal. What I never saw coming was the explanation of why Sonny is committing the crime. That twist was hidden from us for at least half of the film, and when it is revealed it amazed me. Dog Day Afternoon was so ahead of its time, and it doesn't approach the topic in an offensive or mean-spirited way. Of course this is just a subplot to the main story, and whenever it got back to the simple hostage crisis I wasn't nearly as impressed with the movie. The conclusion had the stakes set high, and built up a lot of tension. Unfortunately, I think they telegraphed the ending a little too much, so it didn't pay off with a finale that lived up to all that came before. However, I have to hand it to Dog Day Afternoon for being progressive, and Al Pacino for delivering a superb performance.

Alex W (de) wrote: The only thing that needs work in this film is the storytelling, everything else is near perfect. The idea of a young musician writing different songs for his band has his musical tastes change in the 80's is a genius way to tackle many different genres. I actually downloaded and listen to a few songs from this soundtrack, i cant remember the last movie i did that for so its saying a lot.