Cloak & Dagger
11-year-old Davey's mother is dead and his father doesn't spend nearly enough time with him. So the boy loses himself in video games--and even has an imaginary friend, a super-resourceful secret agent. When he accidentally comes into possession of a spy group's secret plans, and winds up on the run from them, he must learn to rely on himself and his imaginary pal to save his skin. But, in the end, Dad proves to be his real hero.
- Stars:Henry Thomas, Dabney Coleman, Michael Murphy, Christina Nigra, John McIntire, Jeanette Nolan, Eloy Casados, Tim Rossovich, William Forsythe, Robert DoQui, Shelby Leverington, Linden Chiles, Robert Curtin, William Marquez, Wendell Wright,
- Director:Richard Franklin,
- Writer:Tom Holland (screen story), Tom Holland (screenplay), Cornell Woolrich (from a story by)
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Cloak & Dagger torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Best movie I've ever seen. Directing is amazing!
(br) wrote: Funny movie...doesn't mean it's a good movie.
(br) wrote: Can illusions be better than medicine? In this case, dear Woody Allen, I would definitely rather stick with my pharmacist. Cute though, we'll give you that.
(mx) wrote: It's okay, but lacks some of the wit of its predecessor.
(jp) wrote: Rowan Atkinson's iconic character makes quite the big screen debut.
(us) wrote: I love the humor in this movie and the absurdity of the characters
(br) wrote: This one, along with Halloween 5 just plain suck in my opinion. They tried to do too much with the story and explain why Michael is the way he is. And the whole baby dungeon factory thing? What the hell lol? Once again, disappointment.
(ru) wrote: The first and only postapocalyptic scifi where no heavy metal, no punk dressing has won the favour of the masses, but new wave. Spice it up with terminators, mad spanking and some of the gayest one-liners on the market: a camp-see.
(au) wrote: The last fifty years of the life of Mahatma Gandhi leading to his assassination in 1948 is portrayed. In the late 1800's South Africa the Indian-British attorney Mohandas K. Gandhi take up the cause of fighting what he sees as racially discriminatory law against colored people such as himself and other ethnic indains. Being that South Africa was is part of the British empire, he is hoping that news of such in the british press will support his cause. Although violence is used against him by the authorities , his protest are only peaceful means. Having made a name for himself as a motivator of peaceful action which he does not want confused with passivity, Gandhi return to India in 1915 , when he has now abandoned his western clothing for more basic self made garb of shawls and lions clothes. He is asked by prominent figures of the days such as Jawaharlal Nehru, Sardar Vallabhai Patel and Mohammad Ali Jinnah to join the fight for Indian independence from he the British; dspite some within that group believing Gandhi's method ineffective. Because of internal religious conflict between the Hindu and the minority Muslims among other, the British believe that an Indian self-government would lead to chaos, which to Gandhi is beside the point. Gandhi's ability to rally the troop is enough to strike fear in the British controlled authorities, who do whatever they feel they need to quash the quiet revolt while while tying not to make him appear the martyr. Even if Gandhi and his cohorts are able to achieve independence for their homeland. Gandhi must figure out how to control the dissent between the Hindus and Muslims. It relates to world religion because Gandhi live by the Karma - cause and effect and Gandhi did good Karma. Gandhi characterized his nonviolent resistance as satyagraha(sanskrit) "grasping the truth and he explain it derived from its non commitment to ahimsa is prevalent throughout all tradition of india. They chose its motto statement from the upanishads satyamev Jayate. Like his upanishadic forbear, Gandhi believe truth can only be sought only through perfect self-effacement, which in itself could be achieve by disciplining the body through fasting and celibrary.
(au) wrote: The movie streams by with fluidity and zip. The characters are all enjoyable but the ending falls flat to compare. It seemed rushed .
(br) wrote: Notorious gangster Cagney returns to his old neighborhood where he is idolized by the Dead End Kids but counselled by old friend, now priest, O'Brien, to show them that crime doesn't pay. This is a key "social problem" picture, hoping to cast a light on the ill effects of rough environments on kids' social development. However, for me, a little of the Dead End Kids goes a long way and here we have too much. Bogey shows up in a bit part as a crooked lawyer but mostly this is Cagney and O'Brien -- unfortunately, O'Brien doesn't have the acting chops to keep up with Jimmy. Still, this is an amiable picture.
(jp) wrote: A film I have always put off but with the remake out with mixed reviews, thought it was time to see what demanded this more modern version. Taking into mind that this was filmed in the early 70s, I have to say I was impressed with the overall balance of photography in regards to what you don't see and what you actually see. Don't get me wrong it is hard to see this film as a horror but as one of the original don't-do-that-and-I-won't-explain-why-until-it-is-too-late plots (thank god for the stupidity of victims) I really enjoyed this.
(mx) wrote: Very artsy. For never hearing of this movie ... this movie isn't bad. Sienna Miller played the part Vry well!
(es) wrote: A beautiful, loving and epic rebrth of the son of krypton, this is an exciting warm and romantic epic. It's now ten years since it's strange reception where it made 400 million worldwide but was after a while labelled as not just a disappointment but an out and out flop, and it also saw extremely strong reviews but was somehow mass labelled by the smaller percentage of bad reviews and on top of that saw a pretty muted audience response, and in those ten years it's reputation seems to have just continued to slide, indeed it seems the only following it really has is of people who fucking hate it (save that hatred for Zack Snyder's ultra pessimistic, gloomy misunderstanding of the character please people) Im not sure, even now where the hate is directed exactly, i mean sure some of the criticisms hold water, he does seem to mostly just lift increasingly heavy and massive things up, Kate Bosworth is too young to be Lois Lane, Lex Luthors plot is nonsensical and it is sometimes a little too reverent of the Richard Donner/Lester movie (whole lines are repeated, and sometimes there are element's of an outright remake here) but Returns is just a damn beautiful piece of work, it has a love for the man of steel that is warm and infectious, there is a sense of awe and wonder that usually only Spielberg can inject into his films. It's also really romantic, magical, sweet, often very funny, and the action sequences are huge and incredibly realized (the plane scene is one of the best set pieces of the noughties, and the bullet in Supermans eye is the single best visual representation of the characters indestructibility ever, also it's fucking badass!) there's also this sad, melenchnoic feel to the film that makes it unique among Superman films and superhero films overall, this films portrayal of Superman as a lost and lonely soul whose adopted world has moved on without him is fascinating, bold and affecting. Also Kevin Spacey's Lex Luthor is a wicked delight, a far more malicious, nasty version of the character than we've seen before or since that the actor makes his own, he eats up scenes with infectious gusto, and may well be the best iteration of Supes main antagonist ever seen. Speaking of casting the performance of Brandon Routh as Superman deserves the uttermost respect and reverence, he is the best version of the character outside of Chris Reeve's definitive screen portrayal, he brings a gravitas and powerful presence, plus sense of warmth, likability and fine comic timing in his scenes as Clark Kent. Superman Returns deserves a reappraisal now, especially in the light of so many plain, samey, workmanlike modern superhero films lacking any sense of wonder, it grows ever more special. One of the greatest superhero films ever made. Magnificent.