Dark Heart

Dark Heart

Upon returning home as a hero from the Iraq War, Special Forces Agent Matt Taylor (Joelson) is thrown right into another battle. This time it is in his once quiet hometown where, as in Iraq, you don't know who are friends and who are enemies. In a dark night filled with mental and physical violence, Matt must again reach into the darkest corners of his mind to fight his inner demons and survive in the homeland he fought to defend. The Dream is over...

Upon returning from the Iraq War, Matt Taylor is unable to recognize the hometown he left behind. Leaving one war for another, he is forced to conquer his own inner demons, as well as those of his countrymen . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dark Heart torrent reviews

Richard D (ca) wrote: Sarah Polley made this documentary that's ostensibly about her family. She interviews all of the members of her immediate family as well as many friends of the family to construct a picture of her family. The idea is to show how incomplete one's view of the past is and how truth, if it's arrived at at all, only emerges out of the mix of perspectives.... or at least that's what the film seems to be about. What starts out being about Polley's parents, their relationship and her mother's premature death of cancer in her late 40s turns into something quite different when we learn some rather surprising facts. The movie becomes about a few unexpected things ... how little we may really know about those who are close to us and what secrets we keep.I love this film. Although it's about Polley's family, it feels grander in scale. It can't help but make you think about your own past and about your family's past ... What do you really know about the lives your parents lead when you weren't there? How much is your view of the past shaped by your own incomplete perspective?

Gaurav M (ag) wrote: few scenes are really funny...paresh rawal steals the show yet again...why is soha wasting time with such movies? worth watching when 2 pegs down..

Nicol M (ru) wrote: Jeff Bridge's performance is really astonishing , the musics are calm and really enjoyable.

Leon D (ru) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie it was a much better done movie than the first one as a fan of Bionicle that I am. The nimation and action and fantasy is much more exciting on this one.

Rowest R (ca) wrote: If you like the old school "Tales from the Crypt" style movie then this is for you! 3 short stories all linked to the main story. Each story is different in its own way. I've enjoyed watching this film and the ending is hilarious. If your looking for a scary jump off of your seat type movie then this is not for you.

Gavin W (br) wrote: Not bad for a dance film.

Russ B (br) wrote: 1/1/2014: An entertaining movie with a good cast.

Ayman I (gb) wrote: best ghost movies ever

David J (nl) wrote: Samuel L Jackson delivers is this MTV-produced sports drama, as do all the young actors portraying the Richmond Oiler basketball team. Its believable in its dramatic, motivational sort of way, and its charming. What makes this film is the passion and care put into it. This is sports drama done right. The soundtrack is also on point, and it helps the rough streets of Richmond come alive and shows audiences the reality of the situation for some of these inner-city kids.

Jesse C (au) wrote: Better than any of the Star War prequels.

Matt C (au) wrote: Great fun to watch this unique cast!

Kayla K (kr) wrote: 1/2/2009 movie 9 of a 24 hour movie marathonThe beginning is great and fast paced... and then sleep again... soon i shall watch it!