Blind Horizon

Blind Horizon

Left for dead in the remote Southwest, Frank is found clinging to life and in a state of amnesia. As he recovers, ominous memories begin to flash back...

A man with no memory struggles to make sense of the troubling details that are still stuck in his mind, tries to retrace his steps and figure out his true identity. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Blind Horizon torrent reviews

Paula K (us) wrote: Almost narcissistic (and gross) at times, but a rare look at male body insecurity.

Craig F (jp) wrote: I felt like I was watching a movie on the Hallmark channel. It was extremely boring.

Susan W (ru) wrote: Awesome movie!! has you laughing and crying.

Ken S (es) wrote: Forest Whitaker is awesome in the role of a Mafia hitman who lives by the way of the Samurai. It's a great film that is both badass and beautiful, skillfully directed by indie master Jim Jarmusch, with a nice mix of hip-hop/urban culture and Eastern Philosophy. It's exactly the kind of thing you'd expect the Wu-Tang Clan to make (in fact RZA did the music for this film), only a little more low key. The mafia characters are hilarious in a subtle kind of way. Jarmusch is a cool filmmaker, and this is a solid genre effort.

James H (us) wrote: A fine and believably presented film noir, with Farley Granger and Cathy O'Donnell ideally cast and they do a terrific job. The cinematography is outstanding. It is not a big budget film, but you would never know it. It moves along very fast, never boring, taut direction. A fine movie.

William R (br) wrote: Slow burning and well made and acted but not something to watch on a regular basis.

Mark L (nl) wrote: I feel like it was rather daring of Woody Allen to cast Jason Biggs, who is of course best known for the American Pie movies, as the young Woody Allen in this film. And it nearly nearly comes off. I can almost believe in Biggs' character, but unfortunately I think the presence of Allen on screen with him spoils it, not because Allen isn't brilliant as usual, but it's a bit like seeing Leonard Nimoy in the new Star Trek films. It ruins the suspension of disbelief.