Cry in the Wild: The Taking of Peggy Ann

Cry in the Wild: The Taking of Peggy Ann

True story of a young woman's abduction by a deranged loner that led to the largest manhunt in the history of Pennsylvania.

Cry In The Wind is a true story of a young woman's abuction by a deranged loner that led to the largest manhunt in the history of Pennsylvania, USA. A mountain man kidnaps the 17 year old, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Cry in the Wild: The Taking of Peggy Ann torrent reviews

Felix S (jp) wrote: A movie with so much potential ruined by the Hollywood recipe of making movies. It could have been so much better had it been an indie film.I would still recommend this movie to people struggling with grief. There are some insights to be had.

Carol S (ca) wrote: What was the point???? Boring.

Heather M (ru) wrote: This was an interesting movie although I am not familiar with the real life events that inspired this movie. Paxton was great in portraying the innocent looking blue-eyed murderess. If the facts of this movie are true she is up for parole next year.

Private U (mx) wrote: my most favorite one!! it's amazing how those kids play and dance!! ;D

Dennis R (it) wrote: An immensely enjoyable, off-beat entry in the Ghibli cannon; My Neighbours the Yamadas is a real treat. Distinctly Japanese in comedic tone and surprisingly deep in places, it's a thoroughly rewarding viewing experience. The animation style, although deceptively simple, is also a nice change of pace for the studio and gives the film it's own unique visuals. The only thing that lets the film down somewhat is its episodic structure which drags out some vignettes which could have been shorter, and under-sells others which deserved more screen time.

Shawn M (au) wrote: Before Sex And the City, there was this poor sap...

Zhanyi J (fr) wrote: Good performances from Deneuve and Rey. Anything from Bunuel is interesting.

Ken S (nl) wrote: Very interesting, very funny and very racy comedy is about the creatively beneficial but sexless menage a toi between March, Cooper and Hopkins.My least favorite Lubitsch so far, but that doesn't mean this still isn't great.Great double entendres as well

Shane D (ag) wrote: Anything that stars both Van Damme AND Dolph Lundgren is always going to be worth a watch, if only for an ironic laugh or two. Whilst this doesn't have quite the comedic quirk that many of Van Damme's early films did (yes you heard me right) it doesn't fail to deliver on ridiculously overblown action and dialogue. Hard to see how this film spawned so many sequels (one as recent as last year) - I for one would have preferred to see a sequel to Double Impact at least. Once again, I'm constantly amused at Van Damme being cast as the "All American Boy" with a couple of humble farmers as parents as they minute he opens his mouth his accent suggests otherwise...but hey, why sweat the small stuff. In reality, probably best avoided in preference for other JCVD gems.

Adam S (nl) wrote: This movie is so bad. From the crappie leads to the god awful directing. There is no way they even know any of the movie happened because it's based on a true story. All they know is two people got lost at sea. The two leads had no personality except the.women was stupid and the guy watched the discovery channel. The directing is awful because the movie is shoot so close to the people's face and you don't see much of the background. The movie also decides to put focus on things like closing the door. You have to watch it to understand if you REALLY want to know.

Anthony V (mx) wrote: My original review was "Don't want to be suckered into another Joel Schumacher film" and make no mistake, I still rate Schumacher right up there with Ed Wood as one of the worst filmmakers ever, but sometimes a great script, cast and photographer can rise above their director and do something amazing. This is that film.