Bad Medicine

Bad Medicine

Jeff Marx wants to study medicine and become a physician. However, his grades are far from enough to get him into an American medical school. But then he gets a chance to study medicine abroad in a small Latin American dictatorship governed by the dictator Ramon Madera who has a big interest in how the medical students behave.

Jeff Marx wants to study medicine and become a physician. However, his grades are far from enough to get him into an American medical school. But instead he gets a chance to study medicine ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Bad Medicine torrent reviews

Josh F (nl) wrote: We need more Mohawks in our lives. Solid indie, Fogler is a rock star.

Yoel l (kr) wrote: My favorite band. I feel it's pretty self-explanatory from here on. Only documentary I've seen of the band and the only one I want to see

Stefano C (au) wrote: Sicuramente un film molto interessante e cupo, che mischia bene dramma, thriller e critica sociale.Il regista ci sa fare, visivamente il film davvero bello, ma non barocco in maniera fastidiosa; bravi gli attori e buona pure la scelta delle musiche, a tratti pure piuttosto originale.Forse il merito maggiore del film quello di non essere troppo esplicito: tutta la componente pi torbida della vicenda si svolge fuori dallo schermo ed il finale enigmatico lascia spazio all'interpretazione, anche se forse sarebbe stato opportuno essere un po' meno criptici di cos.

Hamish C (au) wrote: Strong. A passive police force deal with a mystery killer. The soundscape adds to the tension as a community deals with the deaths and frustration leads to further confrontations. An original take on an often familiar genre.

Sujit O (us) wrote: Linklater at his most amateur state, 'Tape' is more of an example of the direction in which his filmmaking is heading towards. To a critical viewer, it could be very rewarding to learn from the mistakes in building the characters, something which the director has not much of an issue with later. Its also the most cinematic of his films, where the realism of the characters fade away every now and then for rather cheap and meaningless reasons. Still a worthwhile watch of 3 people conversing in one room for 84mins.

Burt M (fr) wrote: Great WW2 flick about the allied battle in Germany's Hurtgen Forest. Watchable, entertaining, but it's a curious film. The plot is thin and sketchy, there's little character development, and I never really got a sense of the battle at large, just the little details seen through the characters. It's a decent film, quick and efficient, but lacked the scope and depth of say Band of Brothers or Saving Private Ryan. Recommended.

sabrina l (kr) wrote: Muy buena!, un humor diferente

FilmGrinder S (ag) wrote: 72% You just have to ask yourself one thing, 'Just how much do I like Dolph Lundgren?'.

bill s (mx) wrote: Faults and all not a horrible mindless popcorn flick.

Kaj P (jp) wrote: Yet another solid history lesson by Richard Attenborough. It must be said that his movies are relevant for how he portrays characters of such magnitude as Mahatma Gandhi and Steve Biko. This movie felt a bit too stiff to my taste. Kevin Kline and Denzel Washington are brilliant actors, but their screentime is mainly filled with pretentious dialogue. They never became ''human'' enough for me to be moved by the story. I also didn't like how the movie focussed too much on the white liberal journalist Woods and less to the inhumanity that the apartheid brought upon the people.

Mike C (jp) wrote: There are things wrong on multiple levels with this movie but I don't really care. I like these sorts of movies and this one has particular charm.

Ben W (ca) wrote: scatalogical humor? from ozu? really? not that its particularly disgusting, but still a bit surprising. for some reason i was reminded of a lot of the later jacques tati films when i was watching this. its one of ozus more sharp criticisms concerning traditional life vs. the modern.

Andrew V (nl) wrote: Director Adam Rifkin's classic rock 'n roll comedy Detroit Rock City is probably one of the most memorable movies I have ever seen, due to the awesome cast, which includes Edward Furlong, Giuseppe Andrews, James DeBello, Sam Huntington (DeBello and Andrews worked together in Cabin Fever), and the universally known rock band KISS. It has a lot of funny moments, the plot is classic, and the soundtrack is spectacular.

Robbie N (gb) wrote: Like most others, my expectations for Disney are very high, and they've set that standards with years of excellence. Planes will run smoothly for most kids looking for a silly film with crazy characters and "punny" lines, but for most others over the age of about 8, it is just dull. Despite the slick animation and rather nice cinematography, Planes just can't escape through the cliche plot, annoying stereotypical characters with no depth about them, and a predictable and boring finish. It is alright, but doesn't try to be unique or original in any way. I just hope they can muster the dignity not to release the sequel.

Jesse F (jp) wrote: A beautifully hilarious masterpiece for it's take on spoofing slasher flicks.