Bubble torrent full movie
Set against the backdrop of a decaying Midwestern town, a murder becomes the focal point of three people who work in a doll factory.
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Al B (ca) wrote: What a suprise movie. Best described as a Spanish Quentin Tarantino. First third of the movie is a great heist and chase. Second half is dark comedy. Last third is adventure like witches and spells. Lastly, this movie must have been made by a man who was recently divorced; not favorable to the female species.
Savannah C (br) wrote: The Best TV show ever created hands down. I own every single episode and I love them all!!!!!
Tanay B (kr) wrote: A great film about the real Indian politics and media.... I just loved it and Mr.Bachchan has proved that he is still young and fresh!!
Chloe A (br) wrote: 4 1/2 stars! Great movie! From heartbreak to love it really is good! I love Jason Segal and Mila Kunis, so having them both in the same movie was great! It definitely is a feel good movie! :)
Sookie R (fr) wrote: Worth watching for Toby Kebbell and a great performance on his part. Interesting message and idea.
Gavin C (ru) wrote: Beautiful, gorgeous composition, the mis-en-scene was well crafted. The story on the other hand, hits you like a train wreck. It leaves the audience feeling helpless, and me screaming "GET ON WITH IT". I like that frustration, but it was used a little too sparingly. Yes, it made the audience feel helpless, but the line between noredom and frustration is only so thick. I think this might be another of of those "Presona-syndrome" films. You need to watch it more to understand
Arash B (br) wrote: So bad it's good, I love this movie,seriously
p b (br) wrote: I wish I was sophisticated enough to like this kind of movie...but I'm not. I just don't enjoy them.
JaCkiiE G (au) wrote: im from the beyond infinity...juss like yooh slave gurl
Ola G (br) wrote: Texas Ranger Jack Benteen (Nick Nolte) upholds the law with extreme measures if he has to. He used to be friends with the local drug kingpin, Cash Bailey (Powers Booth). Jack needs to take Cash down, but his current girlfriend Sarita (Maria Conchita Alonso) has become an obstacle in between. She used to be with Cash and their relationship struggles due to this matter. At the same time a group of presumably dead soldiers appears in the same town. Sgt. Larry McRose (Clancy Brown), Sgt. Buck Atwater (William Forsythe), Sgt. Declan Patrick Coker (Matt Mulhern), Sgt. Charles Biddle (Larry B. Scott) and Sgt. Luther Fry (Dan Tullis Jr) are lead by Major Paul Hackett (Michael Ironside) in an operation towards Cash Bailey to bring him down. Suddenly Jack has both Cash and as well Major Hackett and his soldiers to handle...Ahh.. a proper Sam Peckinpah homage from Walter Hill that used to work with Peckinpah. When I saw "Extreme Prejudice" at the movies in 1987 the Swedish Board of Censorship had literally massacred this movie. There was no action left. The end battle started and then suddenly everyone was dead. What a bloody rip off that was! So it was good to resee this one without those brutal cuts. This is a quite good 80s action movie. Solid script with as said several nods to Peckinpah and his "The Wild Bunch", great cast and rough action. Love the opening title sequence and even the music in it is pretty cool. Nick Nolte is hard as nails and he delivers his punchlines with passion. Maria Conchita Alonso is beautiful, and what an ensemble cast with Ironside, Brown and Forsythe. "Extreme Prejudice" seems to be hard to find on dvd which is a shame. I reckon the movie company should release it yet again in a proper way and make it less hard to get hold of.
Peter P (ru) wrote: Fun silly witchcraft movie with Jimmy Stewart being a clueless marvel. I liked it even though it was too cheesy in parts and Jack Lemon can't play the bongos to save his life, but Kim Novak is just gorgeous.
Ryan V (de) wrote: Good movie, if a little too kiddie. Nice to see Jeremy Irons play a good guy for once.