Dead at 17
When Alyssa's 17-year-old son Jason commits suicide, something doesn't sit right. As she and her daughter Danni begin to take a deeper look in the circumstances surrounding Jason's death, they discover that he may have been involved in something they never dreamed a kid like Jason would ever take part in.
- Stars:Barbara Niven, John Bregar, Justin Bradley, Matthew Raudsepp, Kyle Switzer, Dani Kind, Ashley Jones, Catherine Mary Stewart, Sophie Gendron, Linden Ashby, Cynthia Preston, Benz Antoine, Odessa Rae, Luigi Saracino, Allison Graham,
- Director:Douglas Jackson,
- Writer:Christine Conradt (screenplay)
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Dead at 17 torrent reviews
(br) wrote: I still didn't like the mass murder of the horses. another movie that is good like this is called "the miracle of the white stallions"
(it) wrote: It's so cheesy it's hilarious ???
(ca) wrote: Movie was made in 1977... not 1980 as it says on here. Good movie, a little bit of a slow storyline but the hockey playing was the best part of the whole movie!
(gb) wrote: Modern setting of the Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, transplanted to steamy and sultry Rio De Janeiro during the height of Carnaval. Shot on location in color, French director Marcel Camus uses the exotic locales to great effect - the samba and bossa nova beats are omnipresent while the colorful costumes and sinewy dances keep the eye enthralled. Lovely Marpessa Dawn, as the heroine, has recently arrived in Rio to visit her cousin Sarafina, while avoiding the grim spectre of death (or a jealous lover?) hot on her heels. By chance she meets and falls in love with a young trolley conductor (his occupation is a nice nod to the legend) played by a lithe and guitar-strumming Breno Mello. Believing Eurydice dead, Orpheus descends into the bleak underworld of the city's Missing Persons Bureau (I think I see perhaps where Terry Gilliam got the inspiration for the title of his film 'Brazil' now) - while being hounded by his jilted lover Mira, as terrifying a personification of the ancient Furies as one could wish. A dizzying pageant, this film deservedly won the Oscar for Best Foreign Film for 1959.
(gb) wrote: Arming 007 with a rousing amount of darkness and edge, the first PG-13-rated Bond film finds Dalton in top form and the series getting down and dirty. Yes, Casino Royale shakes and stirs Bond into pitch blackness, but License to Kill tries it first and to mostly good effect. Featuring explosively thrilling action scenes and Benicio Del Toro in a breakout role, the film's worst offense (it still holds the record as the lowest earning Bond in the franchise) is debuting in a pre-9/11 world where Michael Keaton - not Christian Bale - assumes Batman's cowl. In this PG-13-rated spy thriller, James Bond (Dalton) goes rogue and sets off to unleash vengeance on a drug lord (Davi) who tortured his best friend, a C.I.A. agent, and left him for dead and murdered his bride after he helped capture him. The fact that the producers changed the title from License Revoked says everything about this middling attempt to make Bond go dark. Reportedly having little faith in the ability of American audiences to understand the meaning of the word "revoked," the Brits went with the much more marketable phrasing License to Kill. It demonstrates an unsureness that shows up in many aspects of this production. Dalton's 007s gets locked on intensity even more than his previous outing, which brings the tone down more than makes the character dirty. Still, the explosions and chases keep this off-the-grid caper intense in the right ways as well. If only the producers lightened up the character a bit and found the winning formula, Dalton's otherwise ace version of 007 might've booked passage to GoldenEye rather than just dying in development another day. Bottom line: Rogue Notion