Born to Kill

Born to Kill

Helen Brent (Claire Trevor) has just received a Reno divorce. That night, she discovers one of her neighbors, Laury Palmer, and a gentleman caller murdered in Palmer's home. The killer is her neighbor's other boyfriend, Sam Wilde (Lawrence Tierney), an insanely jealous man who won't abide anyone "cutting in" on him.

A calculating divorcée risks her chances at wealth and security with a man she doesn't love by getting involved with the hotheaded murderer romancing her foster sister. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Andrew F (br) wrote: Beautiful and gorgeous and sublime

Ruud v (jp) wrote: very good norwegian movie !!!!! (find with subs)

Javier H (nl) wrote: Good way of killing a couple of hours n getting a good nap.

Jerome K (es) wrote: It's been awhile since I've seen this movie, but I remember being disappointed. A couple of Wong Kar Wai's dramatic films are some of favorite movies ever, and I love martial arts films, but combining the 2 styles turned out to be a letdown. In typical WKW fashion, the cinematography is amazing, which lent well to highlighting the choreography of the fight scenes. However, the story did not feel as developed, and as a result, I wasn't as invested.

Cristi B (gb) wrote: park a fost traileru la need for speed numa k era cu avioane

Facebook U (us) wrote: Hot Fuzz is a hilarious spoof on police work in Great Britain with the odd ball direction of Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg and Nick Frost starting.

Barry T (kr) wrote: i rewatched this recedntly and forgot how sweet it is

Robert B (es) wrote: Scarecrows (William Wesley, 1988)An above-average supernatural slasher that has achieved cult status since its 1988 release, Scarecrows has found new life with the proliferation of video streaming services; you can stream it online at both Netflix and Amazon these days, and probably others.Plot: five marines-Corbin (prizefighter Ted Vernon), Curry (X-Men 2's Michael David Simms), Jack (Terminator 2's Richard Vidan), Bert (Night Angel's B. J. Turner), and Roxanne (Kristina Sanborn in her only screen role to date)-hijack a plane containing the entire payroll for Camp Pendleton (I'm not sure what it was in 1988, but today, Pendleton has a population of about 100,000; that's a lotta scratch), kidnapping the pilot and his daughter, intending to fly to Mexico. Well, you know how these things go, and they end up having to abandon ship over a creepy cemetery on a farm owned by the Fowler family, who are a few bricks shy of a load, and have a pretty effective system for keeping people off the property-undead who masquerade as scarecrows. Once the marines are on the ground, it's all about survival horror.To be fair, it could've been more about survival horror. Marines vs. zombies? How much fun could we have with that? Wesley makes it into a pretty straight supernatural slasher, and I reiterate that for a supernatural slasher it's not a bad movie at all, effective and tense and loads of fun. Wesley, who (as of this writing) has directed only one other feature, the 2001 Lou Diamond Phillips vehicle Route 666, had some interesting ideas and enough competence to pull them off. It's my fault, not the movie's, that I was looking for a steel cage match between Rambo and Bill Hinzman. Worth checking out, if you've never seen it and you're a fan of the genre. *** 1/2

Andrew R (es) wrote: A very unconventional film in the sense of dramatic structure. There is a beginning, but there really is not climax, or resolution. Yet thats what makes this film so enticing. It is like the real world not every event one finds himself in can be simply divided into a three act structure. The characters feel real, and like in reality they find it hard to harness their feelings into words. I adored the excessive use of natural sound, and the cinematography was excellent. However I would have liked a more concrete resolution.

Robert R (de) wrote: Alright, so maybe I should have watched the series before seeing the film. . .or not? I mean it's not as if I didn't enjoy the film for what it was, practically speaking. And it's also doubly not as if theatrically released movies should require an entire user-manual of information in order for audiences to fully enjoy them. So, in that regard, as far as sci-fi/western movies based on canceled sci-fi/western television series that I've never seen go, I most certainly think this one is the best. All kidding aside though, when one looks past the glaring CGI missteps and the handful of "if you watched the TV show, you would totally understand what they're talking about" moments littered throughout, it's still a worthwhile/entertaining film with an incredible amount of wit and creativity abound.

Simon D (gb) wrote: I hated this film. I think the acting is sub-par, it's cliche, and the story is full of flaws. I gotta blame the director for most of the rubbish here, it wouldn't have taken a lot to turn this into a half decent film. You know how you can sometimes sit and watch a film, particularly horrors, and get so annoyed by the illogical actions that you see on the screen that you just can't relate to the film at all, well this is a perfect example.

Lewis C (ru) wrote: The Devil's Rock is a bloody little horror movie that I really enjoyed. The link between the occult and Nazis has been explored many time in horror movies, but I've never seen it done quite the way it's seen here. The setting is an island in the English Channel, shortly before D-Day. Two soldiers from New Zealand sneak onto it on a mission to blow up a Nazi anti-aircraft gun. The pair are lured deeper into the bunker by the screams of a woman after completing their task, and stumble upon a true horror.The Devil's Rock has a small cast and is primarily set in one location, but those settings and characters are used very well. So are the practical special effects, which were pretty fantastic for a production this small. What I liked most about the movie was the pacing, which gradually ratcheted up the tension until I was almost squirming by the end. This isn't the kind of flick that relies on jump scares and loud noises to get your heart thumping. Instead it layers on the menace and foreboding. As I mentioned earlier, I really enjoyed it. If you're the kind of horror fan who gets a kick out of a good demon story and likes the more low-key, atmosphere and character-driven approach, definitely give this a try.

Justin O (it) wrote: A generic action flick.