Kiefer Sutherland is a hard-edged hit man. Known as the world's best professional killer, Sutherland is living a life of detached solitude when he is given an assignment that pairs him up with a sultry hitchhiker (Melora Walters). Before long, he finds there is more to her than meets the eye, as he becomes entangled deeper and deeper into a web of fatal lies and double-crosses.
- Stars:Brent Roam, Shawn Woods, Christopher Bersh, Kiefer Sutherland, Rachel Ticotin, Beth Grant, Zach Chapman, Jamey Sheridan, Leslie Stefanson, Melora Walters, Buddy Quaid, Keith Diamond, Bill Sage, Aliza Waksal, Alan Gelfant,
- Director:Richard Greenberg,
- Writer:Richard Greenberg, Wally Nichols
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Desert Saints torrent reviews
(br) wrote: I'm asking all of you fellow facebookers to check this film out, This is Randy Quaid's best perforamance in a serious dramedy (Drama/Comedy) film. It's funny in parts but the film is mostly serious.
(mx) wrote: Funny and Feel Good movie.
(mx) wrote: I mean, most of the stars are for Brad Pitt in his prime as far as the looks department goes. As for the movie, it's okay but it makes some choices that I feel limit the actual impact of the film. Why make Death so clueless? The guy spends all of his time watching people and killing them, why wouldn't he know phrases or the concept of names or that peanut butter is a thing? I guess I can get behind him experiencing stuff for the first time, that's the most intriguing part. But his feigned cluelessness added nothing to it...especially when that all gets flipped in the end anyhow for the like, only plot twist of the film (when he takes down the backstabber). There's also a couple of scenes that just come across as laughable.... mostly when the movie pauses for 5 minutes to reiterate stuff to you (re: them walking away from the diner. Or just him getting hit by that car in general was fairly hilarious).All in all, an interesting concept that wasn't only half executed well.
(us) wrote: Kept me entertained throughout with some witty dialogue from some of the unknown cast.
(br) wrote: this film made of 1980 release (but i seen with start filming in 1979 that i seen with theater movie title) and bruce lee (the interview & the screenshot) is only for the footage and i never seen of "young" bruce lee acting before in black & white moment. ron van cleif look like exactly real-life boxer muhammed ali. it really doing well with look like documentary & the martial art this film.
(de) wrote: I give this film credit for bringing to play some rather fantastic brutal deaths; which is something I also praised the original for... That aside; the film felt a little flat, by no means was it a dull movie, but it certainly didn't quite meet the first standards! Overall though a sequel worthy of your time (providing you found something to enjoy in the first).
(us) wrote: If you liked 'The Lives of Others,' here's the real thing, made under the regime and banned for 20 years.
(it) wrote: The idea is more interesting than its execution, but I think this still stands on its own despite some developmental flaws. This is a concept that's just dying to be re-explored - I hope I get a chance!
(de) wrote: Good chemistry between the two leads make this an entertaining if somewhat formulaic buddy cop movie. Washington adds a touch of class as he does to everything. The plot get rather convoluted but stick with it, it gets you a satisfying finale eventually!
(au) wrote: A movie about a misogynist grandpa and his granddaughter. "You can't hold a stick! You're a girl!" Much less depressing than "Once Were Warriors", inspirational even.
(kr) wrote: ...With that hobo who has AIDS.