Dead in 5 Heartbeats
Adapted from the successful novel, Dead in 5 Heartbeats, by Ralph "Sonny" Barger with Keith and Kent Zimmerman. The story follows the Infidelz MC's former President, Patch Kinkade, who has left his personal demons behind for the calm of desert life. When war erupts between his brothers he left behind and the rival Hooligans, Patch rides back into town to either make peace or do battle.
- Stars:Jeff Black, David Della Rocco, Robert Chico Mora, Jake Meehan, Talon Vaughan, Michael John Brown, Bob Rubin, James Van Harper, Ted L. Quinn, Nick Nicholson, Kevin Wayne, Bob Vaughan, Roze, Kirk Wieder, Bob Eberhardt,
- Director:Jeff Santo,
- Writer:Jeff Santo
The Infidelz MC's former President, Patch Kinkade, is dragged back into his prior life when the peace accord between the clubs is broken. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dead in 5 Heartbeats torrent reviews
(br) wrote: A great watch for any boxing fan
(gb) wrote: A great script from Barrie Keefe ('The Long Good Friday') make this an entertaining film but it never quite breaks away from its original stage boundaries. The acting is good, although Spall is a little too much like a nastier version of his 'Hot Fuzz' character and Brown sometimes overacts the role but Dyer is great as the accused prisoner and his scenes of emotion are genuinely affecting. A good showcase for the actors and I'd enjoy seeing this onstage but it doesn't quite make a great film.
(us) wrote: Interesting history of the band before they became famous.
(jp) wrote: Why did David Anders agree to a sequal of an already poor original? He's so much better than that!
(de) wrote: A good film. Very hard to watch, sometimes. The imagery and look is ugly, the sets are dirty and messy, and Edith Piaf ranges from sympathetic to down right despicably unlikable as a whiny Prima Donna. At times, I feel so sorry for her, and yet, I want to slap her and snap her out of her coma.
(ag) wrote: I agree with xGary Xx's comment, but once you get control of the remote time in front to this satire-gone-too-far weirdness passes much quicker!
(kr) wrote: [Interested: cannot find.]
(ca) wrote: Rancho Notorious is an excellent western that is tense, powerful and moving. There is an air of tragedy and regret pervading the atmosphere, which makes it all the more highly charged. It contains a number of fine set-pieces. Mel Ferrer is good as the stylish, charming gentleman-gunman. Arthur Kennedy gives a fine performance as the hero. The film is often underrated but enjoyable to watch.
(fr) wrote: Great parody of Blaxploitation movies of the 1970s, this movie works not only because the jokes are funny, but also because the parody clearly comes from a genuine love of the films they are lampooning...which always makes for the best parody. The cast is great and the movie is pretty hysterical from beginning to end. If you have ever enjoyed a 70s blaxploitation movie, this is about as good a parody and homage as you can find.
(it) wrote: Too dark, too bloody, too long.