Gold Digger Killer
Imani has her life turned upside down after she gets fired from her job. Imani attempts to rectify the situation by hooking up with a well-off man. After she gets brutally victimized by the man and his pals, Imani decides to become a vigilante who takes on the whole misogynistic system that labels her a gold digger.
- Stars:Shatara Curry, Kareem Green, Ericka Williams, Grei Booker, Tito Binett, Tammy Carr, Donald Acree, Glenn Ames, Lashanda Armstrong, Cheree Berry, Dough Boy, Nikki Carr, Kal Cauthen, Chad, Kamal Symonette Dixon,
- Director:Roderick Giles,
- Writer:Jeff Carroll
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Gold Digger Killer torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: 2/5 The cultural gap is too big for this one. Terribly disappointing even though it is meant to be goofy fun...I think? Check out To's Drug War instead.
(de) wrote: The first one had to be a better movie. least the first one was slight scary and this one was not at all.
(nl) wrote: Great movie about relatinships.
(ca) wrote: This movie would make the average movie watchers skin crawl. Best scene is when Dani kills a cat and eats all the insides. if your not into brittish style film making then this wont be for you. The gore is amazing and storylines are awesome too. watching this movie reminded me of all the old goosebumps episodes on TV, but with nudity, gore, and some kick ass music.
(mx) wrote: A complete and utter waste of a movie and time. There is no real storyline, and more than half of the movie reminded me of a bad reality show. Robert Downey Jr. gets my 1 star. Even though I wasn't fond of him in this role.
(it) wrote: Kounen's supposedly conceptual exploitation of ultra-violent cinema is far too gratuitous and chauvinistic to be taken seriously and far too ignorant and predictable to be considered frivolously fun. In a largely incoherent script littered with gun-totting babes, lecherous goons and Nazi Detectives, the occasionally self-referential moment of humour hits the spot, but the rest is just an incredibly distasteful mess of grimy sex and sweaty violence with nothing ever amounting to something even remotely interesting or enjoyable.
(ru) wrote: gr8 movie direction , story , songs too
(kr) wrote: Brouillon et trop thtrale dans sa structure, mais fivreux et sanglant lorsque les passions se dchainent. Et quelles passions!!!
(de) wrote: It's a fun dramedy... more comedy than drama though. The acting was fine; it was good to see Peck in a lighter role than I have usually seen him in. It's an interesting story that will make you laugh although probably not as much with a subsequent viewing.
(br) wrote: Spencer Tracy plays Father Flanagan, the creator of Boys Town, in this sentimental film from 1938. Flanagan believed in the motto "There's no such thing as a bad boy" and made it his life's mission to help reform boys who'd been abandoned to the streets or to the various other state institutions (which were so effective at creating better criminals). After being inspired by a death row convict who claimed if he'd had just one friend looking out for him when he was twelve, his life would've been different, Father Flanagan abandoned his soup kitchen and decided to focus on helping young boys instead. Things go great the first few years, that is, until trouble arrives in the form of Whitey Marsh (Mickey Rooney), a street tough who's gangster brother pays to have accepted into the town. Whitey doesn't fit in and apparently doesnt' want to either, putting on a big, tough guy act to try and bully the other kids. It doesnt' work, of course, as most of the kids come from bacgrounds just as tough, if not tougher than him. Mickey Rooney is one of those child actors who is basically a fully formed performer right from the start, and his performance as Whitey Marsh wouldn't be significantly different if delivered as an adult. Spencer Tracy is subtle and understated, perhaps more understated than in any other role in his career, and it's little surprise he won the oscar. The weepiness of Rooney and "Peewee" (Bobs Watson) can be a little comical at times, but kids tend to be very emotional, and I think the performances are appropriate for the characters. A nice little movie.
(ru) wrote: 'Jingle All the Way' may be fun for kids, but that's it as it is almost unwatchable for anybody above 10 years old. To be honest, it may kill the Christmas spirit.
(it) wrote: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) C-201m. ??? 1/2 D: Peter Jackson. Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen, Viggo Mortensen, Sean Astin, Orlando Bloom, Sean Bean. Vivid storytelling at its best. War continues for Middle-earth as Gollum leads Frodo and Sam further into Mount Doom for destruction of the ring. Big, exciting conclusion to the trilogy, long but richly rewarding both on character and in tremendous action and awesome spectacle; masterfully directed by Jackson. Only flaw: too many endings. Winner of 11 Oscars: Picture, Director, Photography, Music, and plenty of others.
(es) wrote: I'd probably insist on directing everything I wrote after this, too. An extra half star for the occasional glimmer of things to come from the Woodster.