Blast of Silence

Blast of Silence

A hired killer from Cleveland has a job to do on a second-string mob boss in New York. But a special girl from his past, and a fat gun dealer with pet rats, each gets in his way.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:77 minutes
  • Release:1961
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dance,   escape,   mistress,  

A hired killer from Cleveland has a job to do on a second-string mob boss in New York. But a special girl from his past, and a fat gun dealer with pet rats, each gets in his way. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Blast of Silence torrent reviews

Salah S (kr) wrote: Simply ... a Masterpiece !

bonnie t (au) wrote: How do I watch the movie???

Sonny M (gb) wrote: The cast is enough - mental note - I have to see this

Eddy A (nl) wrote: Interesante documental divido en dos partes ("La ilusin de dios" y "el virus de la fe"), a trav (C)s del cul Richard Dawkins hace una crtica a las tres grandes religiones monotestas -el islam, el cristianismo y el judasmo-. Vali (C)ndose de entrevista con varios lderes espirituales y feligreses, Dawkins muestra los efectos de la fe irracional en los dogmas, al tiempo que alienta al uso del libre pensamiento y la bsquedas de respuestas. Aunque por momentos -en especial al inicio de cada parte- hace uso de un lenguaje duro y quizs alarmista para uno que otro espectador, es sin duda un interesante documento acerca del eterno debate ciencia versus fe, que bien vale la pena considerar, seas creyente o no.

Julian A (kr) wrote: This is one of those movies that pisses you off because you ignored your instincts and watched it anyway. The critics must have been bribed. I came into this expecting a thought-provoking insight into another sub-culture. A best friend in the pack dies tragically and the other two friends are brought to grips with their own mortality. Well, in this superficial treatment of grief, the only thing they think to do is go tranny to attract a butch man (who is into trannies, of course), and burn up their youth through the club circuit. All the while a young, fit, mostly-innocent-but-with-the-right-amount-experience guy comes to live with you and exclaims his love for you, all the while the signs of age are all over you, and you reject him? And not in the I-want-the-best-of-both-worlds way either. Total waste of time.

Marquis S (gb) wrote: Good movie nice story line, so true.

Christopher B (it) wrote: The first two instalments were great, but sadly this puddle of piss leaves me with no desire to invest my time on the fourth. The humour is stretched, desperate and weak, clawing at a formula established by the first two films, this film feels very much like a product, designed to bring in those who enjoyed the first two films and fill the cinema seats without delivering the goods.

JohnnyLee T (br) wrote: With overtones of his character from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, this movie shows how much we miss Paul Newman. Thankfully, we will always have his great performances like here as Luke Jackson to admire.Also great ensemble cast. And those scenes in the lock-up, you can feel the heat and smell the foul air. Great capture of outside photography too. Film itself seems to stall a bit in the middle but quickly gets back on track.

Thomas H (mx) wrote: A successful translation of the political satire 'The Thick of It'.

Joanna B (ca) wrote: Desperately grasping Glee's coattails and embracing the resurgence of interest in the college a cappella groups, Mickey Rapkin's 2009 non-fiction book sets the baseline for director Jason Moore's debut feature, Pitch Perfect. Badgered by her professor father into becoming a freshman at Barden University, Becca (Anna Kendrick) makes a deal. If she joins in the 'college experience' and campus activities for just one year, then he will finance her move to LA to chase her music producing dreams. Overheard by the gung-ho Chloe (Brittany Snow) in the showers, Becca is inappropriately invited to audition for the schools ambitious all-girl a cappella group, The Bellas. Revoltingly shammed at last year's grand final's, the uptight Bella's captain Aubrey (Anna Camp) is determined to restore the group to its former perfect glory and prove once and for all her all-girl group is far superior to campus rivals, the all-boy Treblemakers. Auditions turn up some interesting characters that the rigid Aubrey has no choice but to accept. From a girl that calls herself Fat Amy (Rebel Wilson) so "skinny bitches like them won't do it behind her back" to Lily (Hana Mae Lea) a seemingly demure whisperer with a dark sense of humor. Always pushing to modernize and give the group flavor and some form of energetic appeal, Becca's independent thinking proves to be the groups downfall, or does it? Can Becca and Aubrey find common ground or will some outside help from the Treblemakers recruit Jesse (Skylar Astin) and "The Breakfast Clubs - single best final scene in the history of cinema" set the tone?Pedantic purists of this eccentric campus subculture may argue the films validity as by definition this is not a capella- being singing without accompaniment, by using counterpoints and layering, the impact is vastly different making the extremely well thought out music numbers far more engaging. Hinging the film on the versatile Kendrick was a sheer stroke of genius on the part of filmmakers. Her quirky outsider likeability and natural self-deprecation lends itself to the films reverential John Hughes nods and style whilst poking fun at the same time. Snow's very confident portrayal is wonderfully contrasted with Camp's uptight Little Miss flawless. Mostly adlibbed, Wilson's boisterously bouncy and overtly Aussie character steals each scene with just the right amount of cringe. The bizarrely crass commentators (played by John Michael Higgins and Elizabeth Banks) make some interestingly non-PC borderline repugnant observations, which in fact get funnier with each viewing. "There's nothing that makes a woman feel more like a girl than a man dressed up as a boy," The Verdict: This movie definitely does not have the staying power of its heroin film references (to the iconic The Breakfast Club, just in case you missed the reference) but we won't be forgetting about you in a hurry either. Well not until Glee starts back after Christmas at least.Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 14/12/2012

Deke P (ca) wrote: ehh. popular, but not serious.

Ariel H (nl) wrote: This film just reaffirmed my belief that Sarah Wayne Callies ruins everything she's in.