Border Run

Border Run

A female American reporter searches for her missing brother against the backdrop of violence and human smuggling across the US/Mexican border.

A female American reporter searches for her missing brother against the backdrop of violence and human smuggling across the US/Mexican border. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Border Run torrent reviews

Jojan G (jp) wrote: God its a total stupid movie, Don't waste your time

Lauren C (it) wrote: The deranged piiEzqGreat

Shawn G (br) wrote: this is my #1 movie. younger men dating older women is great.

Maria J (es) wrote: One of the saddest movies I have ever seen, and I loved the fight scenes :)

David S (ru) wrote: This movie leaves me completely torn. On the one hand this movie is dead boring. I mean it. It's a "Holy cow, you idiot, will you please at least change the camera angle more than once every 10 minutes" kind of movie. And this is coming from me, a guy who like alternative film making, who loves it when film makers linger on a shot to let you soak it all in. But this was over the top. This film makes Yasujiro Ozu's classic film "Tokyo Story" seem like a fast-paced thrill ride.Then there's the other hand-- the reason I would still recommend this movie to friends, especially those who have never been to Japan. This movie, more than any other contemporary TV show or film I've seen, really feels like Japan's every day life. It really did make me feel like I was a "fly on the wall" watching real Japanese places/spaces and people. That's a rare thing in a film, even if it were a documentary. Does it show you all of Japan? Does it 100% accurately depict daily life? No. Is it set in this year or 10 years ago? Hard to tell. The very infrequent use of mobile phones in the film hints at this being set just a few years back. But now I'm nitpicking. If you don't have the opportunity to go to Japan but have always wanted to, and if you're ok with not being shown the much-glamorized by the West geisha, sushi, and Buddhist temples... if you want to see a glimpse of what Japan is like in it's daily routine, then this is the film I would tell you to watch.

Charles D (jp) wrote: One of funniest movies I have ever seen. The whole series (1,2 and 3) are worth seeing. The star is dead-pan brilliant. She is in the first one and the second (but not the third). It has some dark moments but it's excellent.

Ash J (us) wrote: Not the worst film you'll ever see, but not the best. It's a decent "Van Damme" film. Anyone who knows what I'm talking about will get me there.

Erik G (nl) wrote: "I'm a bum. But bear in mind, I'm a Harvard bum."- Simon WilderIn the ivy-covered halls of Harvard, Simon Wilder is an alumnus of the University of Life and the School of Hard Knocks as well as a scholar of the street. But he doesn't have an Ivy League degree. Yet when it comes to life's important lessons, the feisty Simon meets senior Monty Kessler, who would have nothing to do with the homeless man if not for his only copy of his senior thesis. Not just any term paper, but also of Monty's life. He'll return it for food, a place to stay and, as a favor, one page at a time. A new life is beginning for Monty and his roomies, who now has their reason to open their hearts and minds.Directed by Alek Keshishian, 'With Honors' features great acting performances from the following cast:1.) Brendan Fraser (Monty Kessler)2.) Moira Kelly (Courtney)3.) Patrick Dempsey (Everrett)4.) Josh Hamilton (Jeff)5.) Joe Pesci (Simon Wilder)Back in my senior high school year I watched With Honors as part of a class assignment and learned a lot of it - for once. And, yes, I did like it. It was an example of college life where you were about to graduate on the top of class by writing an important term paper and meeting a new friend who'd like to help you achieve success. As for the great acting performances, I was familiar with a Mummy adventurer and a Home Alone thief, but I had no idea that McDreamy was in this film. The storyline is dramatic in plot, not boring at all, and - since I understood it well - it helped me get through my viewing experience, so I'll say that 'With Honors' is a great film. Once you watch this, you'll learn that if you want to get a degree, go to Harvard. And if you want to learn about life, go see a homeless bum like Simon Wilder.

Charlie M (nl) wrote: Al Pacino as a conceited race car driver. This drama is messy and has little to offer.

Joe L (gb) wrote: utterly horrifying film that takes us from charmingly realistic domestic life to end of the world apocalypse - and because of what the lead characters must become, it truly makes you question whether it's even worth being a survivor in a world at war. expertly done, and larger in scale than bergman's other major films.