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Hellphone torrent reviews

Jane B (jp) wrote: This movie was very dark...and the story was kind of strange. I think it was probably a direct-to-video film because I don't recall ever hearing the title. I liked the ending, but the path to it was pretty twisted. (In a nutshell: a paralyzed guy on Skid Row in L.A. gets acquainted with a priest at the homeless shelter/soup kitchen. The paralyzed guy discovered that he had the power to heal people...everyone BUT himself. The star (Christopher Thornton) was also the writer....the co-star (Mark Ruffalo) was also the director. The story definitely gives you a lot to think about...with some interesting moral dilemmas.

Alexandra H (nl) wrote: This is a terrific movie that is completely engaging. The script is very real, the acting is terrific. The tragic premise demands comic relief, which the film provides in a wonderful, natural way. I am a parent who almost lost a child, and i found this movie cathartic. I think that parents who have issues in the area of losing children could respond by being very upset by the movie. Or they could be very much helped by seeing how the parents in this movie deal (or at many times, fail to deal) with the situation. The film-makers bring more understanding to this situation than I've seen in any other movie. It's a truly great movie.

Alex S (fr) wrote: Lighter in tone than most of the other animated Batman movies, Mystery of the Batwoman makes up for its flaws with expectedly excellent voice acting and some fun, exhilarating action sequences.

Anthony S (gb) wrote: Genius. Imaginative. Well made with some fantastic acting. Dark and wonderful. Love it.

Ian M (jp) wrote: It is extremely well acted, heart-warming and heart-breaking. It may not be to everyone's taste as it can be dull in places, but most people should be able to relate I hope.

Joe H (br) wrote: A very simple, early film from Errol Morris. It lacks the power of many of his later films ("The Thin Blue Line," "Standard Operating Procedure," etc.), but it still manages to paint an engaging picture of a heavily insulated rural community.

Al S (de) wrote: tried to watch it. i couldn't. it was that bad.

Allan C (br) wrote: Randolph Scott is selling a new fangled gun than can shoot more than once, the titular Colt .45. When a pair of his sample guns are stolen by an outlaw, this leads to a crime spree that Scott sets out to stop. Lots of action an double crosses ensue. Lloyd Bridges has a supporting role as one of the caddis and Alan Hale has a rare role as a villain. Overall, it's a pretty standard oater, but there's enough action and western stars to make it entertaining and worth checking out for western fans.

Ken S (it) wrote: Simple, elegant and controlled.

jay n (fr) wrote: Showing that sensationalist journalism is nothing new this breezy little number puts Cagney front and center as a con going straight even if it isn't in the most savory profession. The big difference is that Cagney is shown to have a conscience something that most of the bottom feeding slugs that invade peoples privacy today surely lack.

Carina B (de) wrote: I love Lillian Gish and DW Griffith. The combo is dynamite each time. A very long movie (typical of Griffith), but the storyline is rich with betrayal, romance, humor, and suspense. It also explicitly addresses social norms and issues of the time that in many ways are still relevant today. Incredible film for 1920.