Thriller about Guy Luthan (Hugh Grant), a British doctor working at a hospital in New York who starts making unwanted enquiries when the body of a man who died in his emergency room disappears. The trail leads Luthan to the door of the eminent surgeon Dr Lawrence Myrick (Gene Hackman), but Luthan soon finds himself under in danger from people who want the hospital's secret to remain undiscovered.
- Category:Thriller, Crime, Drama, Mystery
- Stars:Hugh Grant, Gene Hackman, Sarah Jessica Parker, David Morse, Bill Nunn, John Toles-Bey, Paul Guilfoyle, Debra Monk, Shaun Austin-Olsen, André De Shields, J.K. Simmons, Peter Appel, Diana Zimmer, Nancy Beatty, Gerry Becker,
- Director:Michael Apted,
- Writer:Michael Palmer (book), Tony Gilroy (screenplay)
An emergency room doctor's busy routine is nearly permanently disrupted when he begins looking for the truth behind the mysterious death of the vagrant who raced naked into the E.R. of his New York City hospital. But he soon finds himself in danger from people who want the hospital's secret to remain undiscovered. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Extreme Measures torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Top 6-7 fave Zom movies
(ag) wrote: This is really good if you like apocalyptic movies.
(gb) wrote: escelente pelicula muy interesante
(nl) wrote: Bahrani continues to impress
(jp) wrote: Suprisingly funny and authentic.. good pace movie that's fun to watch
(nl) wrote: This film attempts to be like a Guy Ritchie film, but doesn't quite make it. Pretty funny in parts, kinda dumb in others, and midgets totally freak me out.
(mx) wrote: Haha.. Already watched the remake.. think I'm good with that one.. =)
(it) wrote: Finally I get to watch my first Bergman movie and I couldn't be more satisfied.
(jp) wrote: 3/5. It doesn't really feel like an Underworld film, but it is still fun. Though I do think it is the worst in the series.
(nl) wrote: What a freaking waste that end was! Yes it had its funny parts, but to end on a WTF!! And that was not a "good wtf"...
(it) wrote: My friends were much more taken with this than I, but it certainly wasn't awful. Vincent Price as Goldfoot is clearly having a ball, and if we never left his evil lair/ laboratory, I think this could have really been something great. But we have a rather boring plot involving Goldfoot's army of gold-bikini clad robots poised to take over wealthy men's assets and give them to Goldfoot. Watching the fembots in action is an exercise in monotony, a thing this film really enjoys oddly enough.Frankie Avalon, for his part, does extremely well, and it's a great showcase for his comedic talents. He's bolstered by an enjoyable Dwayne Hickman, as his partner in trying to stop Goldfoot's plan. Plus, as stated, Price is clearly having fun, and it's a shame it's to little effect.Norman Taurog, the director, has little to no sense for this kind of comedy, and most scenes last 3-5 minutes too long; effectively killing whatever joke just happened. Until the end, it's only a mild hinderance, as it's still funny, just trying to wring out too much. But the ending chase sequence drags, and drags, and drags, and felt like it was 30 minutes long, when it was a little under 10. The ending really grated on my nerves, and it seemed to be a tease, setting up for future installments, of which there are at least 3. Why? I'm not really sure. How many ways can one try and get rich?