By The Gun

By The Gun

A rising Boston gangster (Ben Barnes) endangers those around him when he starts to make moves without the knowledge of his boss (Harvey Keitel).

Nick Tortano,  is a smooth-talking, ambitious criminal from the streets. After years spent working for and idolizing the Italian gangsters he finally proves himself to the boss and becomes a made man. However, once inside, Nick conflicts with a moneymaker for the Mafia and begins to drive a wedge between him and Boss. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


By The Gun torrent reviews

Mike C (kr) wrote: This is a great movie... In today's time it's hard to find great family movies... But this one does it. It's also hard to find inspirational and good story movies.. My wife and I went to see Cowgirls n' Angels this weekend and we both loved it. This movie will definitely be added to our collection when released.. This is a must see for families!!

cesar t (us) wrote: Way to much of a predictable movie, was falling asleep in the theater. This is one of those movies that you wait for to be aired on tv, when your weather channel was your only other choice.

Tero K (au) wrote: Romantic comedy of the Christmas season with limitless amount of bad acting. Slightly amusing.

Da N (ru) wrote: Interesting. Velly Interesting. Just watched after seeing all the high ratings and good reviews. I'll be honest it was good but not as good to me as for others. Some laugh out loud moments, but I'm not sure I fully got the layers of story (or more importantly cared). The three main leads were good for sure. Very good. Very watchable. But the story just didn't gel for me. But maybe it will for you...

Private U (jp) wrote: This movie was pretty good and it was funny. I recommend it

Cole B (jp) wrote: Probably the greatest movie of all time. CGI is on point, the voice acting is sensational and the story is original and intense. Alec Baldwin should of deserved the Oscar for best actor no doubt. And Thomas shouldn't of got eaten by the other Trains while taking a shit!!

Shaimaa S (ag) wrote: This movie is almost exclusively viewed as a brilliant political satire, which is true. Aside from that, there's this exquisitely woven subplot about the tragic demise of the unrecognized genius following several cries for help that goes strangely unnoticed.

Michael B (gb) wrote: Not a bad film considering it was on no budget, funniest gag has to be the fact that it has Adam Sandler aiming to be a rich comedian and now he is. Shame about the bad reviews, I watched it mainly on the fact it was Sandlers debute film and I'm glad I did, was not the worst film I've watched.

Ben L (ag) wrote: Literally the only thing I knew about this movie was the one famous line, so it was interesting to see what the film was actually about. Cool Hand Luke is the story of a man who is sent to a rural prison and decides that he will not let that life break him. Paul Newman is great as Luke, his charm is so evident that you can see why he wins over all the people around him, and it makes the last act of the film that much more surprising. All the prisoners are interesting characters, but many of them kind of fade into the crowd and I wasn't able to differentiate specific personality traits that set them apart. But the one guy who stood out was the late-great George Kennedy. He is the perfect actor for that role, and his fight with Luke is a great scene which causes a logical shift in his performance. Perhaps the most engaging part of this film is the arc we see the prison guards go through. Early on I saw them as very reasonable people, but as the film progresses you sympathize much more with the prisoners and start to see the oppression of their captors. All around I think Cool Hand Luke is an excellent film, but it is tough to take the bleakness at times. There's one particular scene that is heartbreaking which almost brought me to tears. But to be honest, the biggest difficulty I had with the movie was the ending, so SPOILER ALERT:In many ways this film felt like the anti-Shawshank Redemption. Part of the joy of watching that film is that it puts Andy in a similarly depressing situation but he finds his happy ending. In Cool Hand Luke the ending is so sad that I just can't imagine myself wanting to revisit the film. It's well-made but I can't rate it as highly because there's another movie which is so similar that I like more, even though this one came out first.

Kyle M (ag) wrote: Gary Cooper's performance is the celebration of the human spirit pursuing happiness and maintaining itself while fighting off the corruption within cynicism, and also draw in some laughs to help the spirit. (B+)(Full review coming soon)

Lorean 1 (br) wrote: 12 years have passed and I still don't understand why people hate this movie. I LOVE it. This Catwoman is not just some lame thief with acrobatic skills, she got superpowers from an actual CAT. That is awesome. Halle Berry makes a great Catwoman.

Joe R (us) wrote: Night at the Museum is a very enjoyable film for the most part.