Chicago Calling

Chicago Calling

A poor father makes monumental efforts to get money to keep his phone installed, so he can get word on his critically injured little daughter.

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Chicago Calling torrent reviews

Yerim M (gb) wrote: just got back from the movie preview...since this movie's going to be released in S.Korea soon. too late, huh? :) this is amazingly awesome and heartwarming movie. i gave the "half" plus the 4 stars out of 5, because i was really moved and impressed by the great actors' great acting!! just be a fan of Amitabh Bachchan, i think he is one of the greatest actors of the whole world!

alan j (br) wrote: Someone needs to pass out free t-shirts to those who can make it from start to finish in one sitting: "I Survived Angel Dust". This film is very slow, atmospheric, moody, off-kilter like one of those walks you would take in a funhouse where the path is unbalanced, off-center or uneven. There are some genuine weird, creepy moments...but the bulk of the screentime is spent with long, drawn out camera images, pauses, angles or dialogue. The film seems to consist more a collection of sounds and visions..some interesting and acute, others off-beat that contributes to the 'feel' of the movie rather than to the story itself. If you are the impatient sort I suggest skipping this one. After you watch the finale, you feel the need to see it a second time through...well maybe another day!

Emi S (br) wrote: I saw this looooong time ago and thinking it was good, but i need to see it again!

Marilee A (it) wrote: This was on again this afternoon, I'd forgotten I'd Seen it, but it was okay

Mitch T (ca) wrote: Martin Scorsese directed a beautiful film that delves deep into the life of Jake la Motta, putting much character development into every character, all topped off with an amazing performance from Robert de Niro. Although a bit slow at some points, Raging Bull is deservedly crowned as a classic.

Nick M (mx) wrote: Marlon Brando hams it up as a closeted homosexual in this sepia toned Southern melodrama. The story crawls along at a snail's pace, but it's worth watching for some unintentionally hilarious moments.

David S (ru) wrote: The scenes with Paul Tefler running around all sexy with his muscled hairy chest, ripped abs and nicely chiseled arms and legs is enough for some people to put up with the fact that this film basically sucks.