Benefit of the Doubt
Twenty two years earlier, Karen helped convict her father, Frank, for the murder of her mother. With his new freedom, thanks to parole, Frank returns home to seek revenge. Having always pleaded his innocence, Frank soon works his way back into Karen's life.
- Stars:Donald Sutherland, Amy Irving, Rider Strong, Christopher McDonald, Graham Greene, Theodore Bikel, Gisela Kovach, Ferdy Mayne, Julie Hasel, Patricia Tallman, Ralph McTurk, Shane McCabe, Margaret Johnson, Heinrich James, Jean Fowler,
- Country:USA, Germany
- Director:Jonathan Heap,
- Writer:Michael Lieber (story), Jeffrey Polman (screenplay), Christopher Keyser (screenplay)
A convicted wife murderer returns 22 year later to seek revenge on the daughter who help convict him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Benefit of the Doubt torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Neither a disaster nor a non stop laugh riot , this movie is enjoyable in parts and entertains you that you don't feel bored and start starting at the movie hall ceiling.
(us) wrote: -5/5! Quit making horrible sequels already!!!
(ca) wrote: All of the horror buffs here know what "Giallo" is but for those who don't, it is a term used to describe a particular genre of Italian mystery/horror fiction. It is also the Italian word for yellow and the word serves as a double-entendre for Dario Argento's most recent film. Adrian Brody stars as an American homicide detective working in Italy who is in the middle of a serial killer case. When the most recent victim's sister pushes her way into the case the two work together to catch their killer. It's nothing new but it is well made. Argento was once a master of his craft with his work in the 70s being amongst the most influential horror ever made. But then in the late 80s and early 90s his work took a drastic turn. He became kitsch and desperate, falling victim to his own ego. But fortunately for us aficionados he has started to claw his way back and his past few films have been getting better. I think Giallo is his best since the glory days and perhaps thats owed to the fact that it's the first film he hasn't written personally. It looks good, the flow is eloquent and the locations feel classic. Adrian Brody also does a solid job performing two characters (he's also plays the killer and is almost unrecognisable) I think the movie slightly suffers from indulgence with unnecessary gore but aside from that it's good to have the maestro back.
(jp) wrote: Twisting the 1950s melodrama into something much more engaging and dangerous, Bigger than Life still occasionally falls victim to these tropes while subverting them.
(de) wrote: With the addition of James Bond and Dumbledore, the cast of Lock Stock star in yet another gangster esque movie. The recognisable actors are not a negative however, as each of them fits their role well; combining enough grit with comedy. However the comedy was not near as good as it is in similar films, although does have some funny moments. These instances were unexpected and formed my best memories of the film. Craig performed well, as did Gambon, although I failed to really become engaged in the storyline. I don't often say this but a slightly longer length might have benefited the storyline, as many scenes and instances felt somewhat rushed. This left the revelations to be less shocking and I often missed the drama whilst working out why exactly it was a twist. Layer Cake is definitely worth a watch if you're after a gangster type movie, however it failed to dazzle me. Lock Stock and Snatch remain in a different league.
(gb) wrote: Garbage. An embarrassment to Christopher's Reeve and Richard's Donner legacy. Brayn Singer is hack. Thank you, Mr. Snyder! For giving us a Superman movie that wee all deserve but haven't seen for a long time.