In Sofia, Bulgaria in 1992, an American doctor (Val Kilmer) takes a detour in life when he helps a mysterious woman escape from her would-be assailant and must play cat-and-mouse games with the international criminal. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
You may also like
Double Identity torrent reviews
George B (jp) wrote: Good made for TV movie.
Phoebe H (fr) wrote: Saw could run rings around this rip-off. Not even remotely interesting.
Scott J (mx) wrote: typical action movie with semi cool action its unfortunately a way less good john wick
Bill D (au) wrote: hilarious idea...would never work but its funny and worth a rental
Ryan S (ca) wrote: A stupid, but fun creature feature.
David B (us) wrote: i love this film its factual and funny its class.
Luc L (ag) wrote: Typical and boring martial art film.
Brian S (de) wrote: Indeed, it's pretty overrated, but what do you want, it's much more of a kid's movie than a movie for everybody. It does have it's charming and funny scenes, but some moments are just brutally boring. Overall, Home Alone is an alright Christmas movie, if you've got time, go see it, but it ain't the biggest flick either to watch during the holidays.
Ashley F (jp) wrote: yup...great movie...lots of skin shown...lmao
Tim S (us) wrote: Visiting Hours is a Canadian horror film about a psychotic killer who decides to prey upon a woman he sees on TV, as well as a few other unfortunates. It features Linda Purl, William Shatner and Michael Ironside as the killer. I was actually quite angry at the movie when the killer killed an old lady in her hospital bed and watched her die. That upset me quite a bit and I had a hard time getting back into the movie after that. I know it's just a movie, but it reminded me of real life and I took it too seriously. I guess that happens sometimes. The movie itself is very, very slow, and could have been cut down in editing to improve the pace, and maybe even lose a few scenes. It's a predictable movie that doesn't have a whole lot going on it really, even though it wants you to think it does. It's not the worst "slasher" I've ever seen, but I don't often get offended by them, so I can't say that I'd recommend it.
Mike M (it) wrote: Best Pimp Movie Ever! I love the fact that it's the black guy from Sesame Street as a pimp.
Christopher H (au) wrote: After George Lazenby decided not to appear in another James Bond movie after OHMSS, Eon Productions offered Sean Connery a boat-load of money to come back to the role...and Connery was only too happy to phone it in.Yeah, I'm not going to be too subtle about this, I am really not a big fan of this particular entry in the series. It ranks up there with "Die Another Day" as one of the absolute low-points of the series. The plot is pretty boring and un-invovling, Jill St. John is absolutely irritating as Tiffany Case, Charles Gray feels completely miscast as Blofeld, and the Las Vegas setting is pretty drab despite it's overload of glitter. The whole thing feels more like a big budget Saturday-morning cartoon and most of the action sequences are a complete joke. The only action sequence that is sincerely great is the elevator fight. But worst of all is Connery's completely indifferent and charmless final performance in the official 007 movie cannon. What a way to go!!Regardless, some shining spots can be found on this crappy diamond. Mr. Kidd and Mr. Wint are a great villainous pair and the actors knock it out of the park, preventing this film from completely falling flat in the villain department. There are also some sincerely funny moments of witty dialogue (Right idea Mr. Bond, but wrong pussy). After this, Connery officially steps down as James Bond for good...at least until the unofficial Bond entry "Never Say Never Again."Coming up, Roger Moore!!
Bill W (gb) wrote: This film is difficult to rate. It is a science fiction musical comedy. It is badly written. The acting is so so. The dialog is sappy. The music, except for one piece, is pretty bad. The special effects are okay. However it is an important film and the patina of age has given it a certain charm. The movie was made in 1930 imagining what the world would be like in 1980. The predicted future is a mildly dystopic one that no one questions. There are bits in this that seem to have inspired bits of Flash Gordon, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Star Wars and Sleeper. I finally got this on DVD but it was obviously made from a well used print. It would be nice if 20th Century Fox would produce a restored version of this with sufficient extras to put it in its historical context. Either that or turn it over to Kino or Criterion. I think in its historical context this film is at least as important as Metropolis.(Edit)I watched it again recently. Between the last time I watched it and this time I watched some of Mlis' short films. I can see where some of this film may have been inspired by Mlis's work, particularly the fact that it has musical numbers in it. Though the Mlis films were silent many of them had dance numbers incorporated in them.Either that or the action was so well timed and choreographed that it seemed like dancing.
Leo L (de) wrote: I like the characters, but the film is structured in such a weird way, and the dialogue sometimes feels so obnoxious, that watching it just becomes tiresome.