Burning Daylight

Burning Daylight

Based on three short stories by American writer Jack London, Burning Daylight follows the lives of three thieves, three Wall Street bankers and a Klondike millionaire, tied together by one ruthless woman

Three Wall Street bankers, Two Thieves, and One Klondike Millionaire are betrayed, manipulated and exploited by the efforts of One Ruthless Woman. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Burning Daylight torrent reviews

Gary M (nl) wrote: Great fighting scenes. I really enjoyed it.

Jeannine O (mx) wrote: Why did they make a second one of these?

Vaibhav W (kr) wrote: A divorced couple is forced to come together as a result of their child's impending illness. Though it avoids too much melodrama, the pace is quite slow.

Rod G (br) wrote: Aunque de vez en cuando "Meet Dave" cae en los estereotipos de pelculas familiares infantiles con humor bsico, sobre actuaciones de parte de todo el elenco y efectos especiales poco convincentes, entretiene con buena intencin y a veces llega a ser ingeniosa.

Keke W (de) wrote: I love this movie in the hole intire world lol omg ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Emma F (us) wrote: this wasn't actually that bad of a movie.. despite the ending being very screwed up, the movie was pretty decent.

Katie S (gb) wrote: I forgot I've seen this one but I was dragged to it. But, anyways... it was a great movie. Great cast members and a great couple-up type lovy dovy movie.

Mvke S (jp) wrote: Ghouls and ghosts this movie is scaringly good. Its phenomenalolgical. Yes that's a word. Loom it up. I don't believe it makes since in the context though. But still look it up. Wanna bet. It's a word.

James F (us) wrote: Made in 1977, The Boys of Company C is the Vietnam film I'd never heard of. Without the budget of Apocalypse Now or Platoon, Boys makes the most of its limited means and is very much like an early Full Metal Jacket. In fact the drill Sergeant is played by none other than the R. Lee. Ermey, the same man who played the drill sergeant who ended up with his brains splattered across the barracks for making Private Pile's life hell in Kubrick's Full Metal Jacket 10 years later. What makes this different to FMJ though is that being made in the 70's, you can almost feel the rawness that the war has on its actors and their roles bristle with anger and dissatisfaction, fear of death and the inevitable sense of death that hangs over them. Though it doesn't boast any big battle scenes, just a few skirmishes, The Boys of Company C has some great performances and should really be recognised for the influence it must clearly have had on Kuberick's later masterpiece. It's not one of the best war films I've ever seen but its still a fine movie that deserves its place in the Nam genre.

Luke C (it) wrote: A really entertaining kids film, which can be enjoyed by adults too.

Wade W (ru) wrote: Mad Max is a solid action movie about redemption. The first film in the series focuses more on plot than action, but it holds up fairly well by today's standards. I wish Max's character was a bit more brave and hard-nosed, but thankfully that comes in part two. Mel Gibson is great as the lead and George Miller makes a name for himself as the director. Sometimes it's corny, but other times it's awesome.