Deadline - U.S.A.

Deadline - U.S.A.

With three days before his paper folds, a crusading editor tries to expose a vicious gangster.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:87 minutes
  • Release:1952
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:greed,   daughter,   gangster,  

With his newspaper about to be sold, crusading editor Ed Hutcheson tries to complete an exposé on gangster Rienzi. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Deadline - U.S.A. torrent reviews

Chris P (br) wrote: A lot of set up and very few scares. But it was Clophill on the big screen! *1/2 #ff13

Greg C (fr) wrote: This documentary was even better than I expected. Watching the audition by Jason Tam was so emotional by itself, but then to see the people conducting the auditions lose it - you know he was impressive. Such a good film!

Sue K (ru) wrote: Yes, it's a barbie movie - but NO singing. Stunning animation & colour, and a great, uplifting story with excellent moral for the kids. In fact, all the Barbie flix I've seen (a few, with a 6 yr old girl) have good morals & fab animation.

Jessica S (us) wrote: I didnt laugh, then i fell asleep.

Alex S (jp) wrote: British Longest Yard, not as good as the Burt Reynolds one but beats the hell out of the Adam Sandler one.

Ian G (fr) wrote: A difficult watch due to the over-reliance on numerous tropes, as well as Newley's quasi-irish(?) accent throughout. Disjointed plot, but with a premise of someone who can legitimately speak to a cavalcade of animals you can't expect too much.

Andrew L (nl) wrote: A cat and mouse film with great style of horror and violence. Good acting by all. Although I do prefer the first half of theh film, as the second have suddenly changes the genre from horror to action comedy.

Mark W (us) wrote: It's not completely bad...But when Kung Fu and Dracula mix together it's quite unexpected! It did feel a little long and the last 40 minutes or so we're the only really entertaining ones... There was a little bit too much Kung Fu going on for my tastes, but when considering the two genres involved it was average on both accounts.

Matty S (ca) wrote: This film hurt my feelings.

David T (br) wrote: Will keep you guessing.