Bound by Lies
When Detecive Max Garrett is assigned to protect the sultry photographer Laura Cross from a ruthless killer, he has no idea what he's in for. The more involved Garrett gets in the case, the more attracted he is to Cross, but as they get closer, so does the killer.
- Stars:Stephen Baldwin, Kristy Swanson, Tracy Howe, Charles Malik Whitfield, Natassia Malthe, Kevin Chamberlin, Joel Brooks, Julian Acosta, Sam Hennings, Gladise Jiminez, Matthew Jones, Dennis Lafollette, Jayden Lund, Rick Ravanello, Michael Russeck,
- Director:Valerie Landsburg,
- Writer:D. Alvelo, Leland Zaitz
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Bound by Lies torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: We hebben het allemaal al 100x gezien, maar deze prent a la 5150 rue des ombres en Frontieres met een licht politiek tintje waarin een bende jongeren in de handen van een psychopaat terecht komen werkt wel, mede dankzij de uitstekende casting!
(kr) wrote: A great documentary about Sasson and his utterly interesting and compelling life.
(ru) wrote: quirky rom-com of sorts with disturbing side-characters, in this case, a truly scary couple. fans of big bang theory will be thrilled with seeing Leonard play the cynical groom. but it's superman who saves this show with his shy/suave goofiness -- but why he was "rushing" (& gushing) over Dr. House's admirer, we'll never know...
(ru) wrote: A curious look into a strange but like able group of Rednecks that believe they have witnessed Bigfoot alive & active in their local forest. Despite the humor the production values of this film aren't stunning.Although not a mockumentary it truly dances on the line largely to do with the mannerisms & quirky personality of Del & Wayne self proclaimed Big Foot Researches.The film by no means convinces me of Bigfoot but introduces you to some unique people on the lifetime hunt to find one.
(gb) wrote: ok ghost movie. nothing special.
(ca) wrote: I had never heard of it. It's as though if Parker Posey is in a film they will not promote it! This was really funny!
(ru) wrote: A gorgeous film (with a much older Henry Thomas). Must get around to reading the book.....one day. Now just maybe if some of my dastardly companions were to imprison me in a crumbling castle tower I just might be able to write that best seller.....damn writer's block.
(br) wrote: Very, very, bad movie, story, and special effects terrible.
(es) wrote: good but not very memorable
(es) wrote: i thought i really liked the way it was filmed, but i was just really stoned... got lame after the 3rd attempt at watching it...
(de) wrote: Ok, I realize this light-hearted espionage comedy is worth no more than 3 stars, but I rate it 4 because I like it so much. I like it in many respects, most of which are very obvious. Who can't like a pompous idiot like Beatty, with his picture collections of himself, his target-shooting cards with all the holes in the bull's eyes, and his priceless remarks (about his wife - when she brings him the wrong tea: "They should have terminated her twenty years ago"). Or the predictable cat-and-mouse game Matthau is playing with his former bosses, and which takes us all over the world. I also liked the fact that Sam Waterston's character actually prefers Matthau to his own boss, and makes no secret of this (Beatty: "What are they doing?" Waterston: "They're shooting up your house, sir"). Another reason why I enjoy "Hopscotch" is the element of the travelling author, I think. This element is also the basis of "Pulp" (1972) with Michael Caine, another movie worth 3 stars from an objective point of view, but 4 stars in my book.
(nl) wrote: Cult classic from early Sci-Fi TV
(gb) wrote: Wooden, slow, didn't finish.
(br) wrote: Really nice film with some cool French and Indian fusion. Have to give this one another watch.
(ru) wrote: Histria inverossmil demais para sequer fazer qualquer diferena na vida de qualquer um. Completamente inofensivo e clich.