Hit List

Hit List

A family man (Jan-Michael Vincent) and a mob witness (Leo Rossi) hunt a mob hit man (Lance Henriksen) who has mistakenly kidnapped the family man's son.

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Hit List torrent reviews

Gde A (mx) wrote: It's not bad, it's just loose some pacing several times in the movie. Nice try by the way.

Jamie C (gb) wrote: Good family film to watch with the kids it's something that's been done before but not as well or enjoyable.

Leo L (nl) wrote: Interesting movie! Jai is on the search for a group responsible for several bank robberies, and discovers that it is thieves on motorbikes. Along with Ali (a mechanic), he searches for Kabir and his cohorts. Great performance by John Abraham. Great cast- Abhishek Bachchan, John Abraham, Uday Chopra, Esha Deol, and Rimi Sen. Worthy!

Sylvester K (nl) wrote: I wouldn't say it's the best film because it was dribbling. It's based on a true Argentinian robbery that took place in the 1960s. The story revolved around the relationship of the 2 gay thugs and how one of their heists affected their relationships. It has a visually powerful editing, Hot and erotic would summarise the whole film.

Allan C (ru) wrote: A group of strangers find themselves imprisoned inside a maze of 14' x 14' cubes that are connected on all six sides, many of which contain deadly boobytraps. The "SAW" films owe quite a lot to "Cube," though this film is much more Kafkaesque of a nightmare as compared to the more gratuitous horrors of "SAW." The disparate group has no idea how they got there, who put them there or why. The film works on a straightforward sci-fi/horror thriller level as the group tries to escape, but it also works on a smarter intellectual level, addressing issues of fear and paranoia. On the downside, the dialogue is rather awkward at times and the acting feels a bit hokey, thought that may be a result of the clunky dialogue, but the overall story and tight direction by Vincenzo Natali is more than enough to carry this smart low budget thriller. This is a film that deserves much more recognition than it's gotten, and should not be lumped in with the likes of the "SAW" series, although I'll defend the first "SAW" film as being quite good as a clever grotesque crime thriller.


CJ C (au) wrote: FYI--Did u know that Chinese vampires hop (no flying or turning into bats) & drain blood from their victims with their long pointy fingernails? Now if uve already been bitten, u can stand around on sticky rice to absorb the vampires "poison" from ur system lol. So silly, so fun.