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Bad Guys torrent reviews
Shawn W (fr) wrote: Another fine piece of work from director Cirio Santiago. A mercenary working for a repressive government turns sides and ends up leading the rebel movement. I have no idea why the two American girls were working as strippers in this impoverished country. I have to think wages would be higher in that line of work in the US.
Tristan M (jp) wrote: This movie felt kinda long, draw out and slow, with there being very little of the resistance actually sabotaging and killing. But that all makes for a very realistic movie showing well what it was like to be a resistance fighter. But the fact that they don't officially join the resistance until one hour into the movie is a problem. This leaves the the first half to be a very long lead up to what the movies says its about, although there was some brief independent attacks in it. It is fairly slow throughout however, with the movie focusing more on the fear of getting caught and a resistance fighters problems with his girlfriend more than it focuses on the resistance itself. It did have a great, unexpected ending though, and I can say that they couldn't have ended it any better way. But as a whole they depicted the life of men and women in the resistance the way it would have happened, even if it makes for a kinda slow movie.
Marcus W (gb) wrote: Nice work, DC. You do have it in you.
Steve B (fr) wrote: Very cool ambient adult superhero flick. This is quite unusual for the genre. I had a good time. Costumes are voluntary dated, characters are outrageously dark, and the cinematography is amazing!
Alexander C (jp) wrote: Liked its comic book feel. Felt strange at first but this is fully immersive comic book stuff. Not quite Sin City but definately got its moments.
Ilsa L (ru) wrote: Fabulous mockumentary from Woody Allen about a fictional jazz guitarist, Emmet Ray.
Yae Y (br) wrote: haha his mom is white, dad asian, and he's indian????
rene d (us) wrote: this film is probably the biggest disrespect to an author in the entire world
Tina S (de) wrote: Peggy Sue, you had a do-over, go for the nerd!
Orlok W (nl) wrote: 'The Redhead from Wyoming' qualifies as a thoroughly predictable but nevertheless entertaining, horse opera about a range war between trigger-happy cattlemen and homesteaders in the 1880s, with Maureen O'Hara at her fiery best--This good, old-fashioned western is a treat, especially the big finale in Sweetwater as well as in the saloon with Kate, Averell, and Blaine shooting it out... Touch of red... in glorious Technicolor!!
Karla M (ag) wrote: Came to watch the Brits, not even glimpsing the synopsis of the storyline and stayed and cried just the same. Congratulations for making me cry.
Dianna N (nl) wrote: great film, on the edge of your seat