Home Invasion

Home Invasion

After a woman kills a home invasion robber in self-defense, his vengeful girlfriend befriends her at a crime victim support group and sets about trying to destroy her life.

After a woman kills a home invasion robber in self-defense, his vengeful girlfriend befriends her at a crime victim support group and sets about trying to destroy her life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Home Invasion torrent reviews

Paul D (us) wrote: Add on short that's fine if you already know the characters.

Tatsuhito K (de) wrote: What is the point of this movie!? For a moment, I thought it was softcore porn. It's soooo melodramatic and will make you feel sick. Awful.

Madge C (ag) wrote: Xmas movie no.1 - suprise. 3/4 3/4

James E (us) wrote: Not bad. Really enjoyed Jessica Alba not all sexed up.

Anjalee D (us) wrote: First movie express feeling without words.. votess..

Jim S (au) wrote: very old fashioned :-) nice stuff - - harmless and a nice story that everyone who comes to edinburgh seems to know. This is relatively inaccurate historically but who cares. Family movie for patient kids who like dugs.

Kyle S (ag) wrote: An honestly surprisingly good movie

a b (jp) wrote: O Outro Lado da Cama

Greg L (jp) wrote: This movie is extremely odd but its great. It has great performances and a great story.

Troy A (br) wrote: Seagal is a madman in this film! Watching his family get murdered, and ending up in a coma for seven years might make a guy pissed off. Bill Sadler plays the crooked politician. I'm a fan of Bill's work. "You can take that to the bank."

Renae A (mx) wrote: This movie is based on a true story and though some who've seen seem to think that it's over dramatized, as a survivor of spousal abuse, I have to say it hits really close to home and depicts the way things were during that time. The abuser had to be caught in the act and how hard it was to prove abuse back in then. It was thought that spousal abuse didn't happen. It was taboo and thought that men had the right to do treat their wives however they wanted to keep them in line so to speak. And if their were children involved it was even worse. This movie inspired law enforcement, social services, and battered women to look at things in a different light and opened many doors for women today. That's why I gave this movie 5 stars, it's something every man, woman, law officer, lawyer, social workers, etc, should watch and know that it does happen. And realize the things that can happen when no one shows enough care and/or concern to help someone out of a desperate situation.

Danny R (mx) wrote: Blake Edwards' taut-suspense classic about a beautiful bank clerk, played wonderfully by Lee Remick who is terrorized by a murderous asthmatic-voiced extortionist, chilling played by Ross Martin, that is planing to use her to steal a $100,000 from the bank where she works. An FBI agent, superbly played by Glenn Ford, that Remick managed to contact is now aiding her in trying to apprehended the psychotic Martin who has threaten to kill her and her young sister. Exceptional direction by Edwards, who gives his thriller some serious edge-of-your-seat moments. Solid, convincing supporting performances by Stefanie Powers, Roy Poole, Ned Glass, and Aita Loo. Glorious black & white cinematography by Phillip H. Lathrop, and a great Henry Manicini score. A realistic and compelling motion picture thriller. Highly Recommended.

Manuel P (fr) wrote: Esto fue una buena critica y refleja lo que pasa comunmentecuando los soldados regresan de Iraq

Dave M (us) wrote: "'tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all." So wrote Victorian British Poet Laureate Alfred Lord Tennyson. People can debate the validity of Tennyson's words, but most who see "Manglehorn" (PG-13, 1:37) would probably agree to add "...unless you let the memory of that lost love consume you and make you practically unlovable by anyone else" (stated more poetically, of course).Al Pacino stars as the title character, a reclusive locksmith in a small Texas town. He pines for a long lost love named Clara, to whom he constantly writes letters, only to see them returned to his mailbox unopened. Manglehorn lives alone in a modest house with his only real friend, an old long-haired white cat named Fanny. One of the townsfolk by the name of Gary (Harmony Korine), whose little league baseball team Manglehorn used to coach, still idolizes the old man, but Gary is kind of a mess himself and Manglehorn doesn't want to be bothered anyway. He has an adult son (with a woman whom he claims he never loved) but he only sees Jacob (Chris Messina) on occasion. Jacob is a wealthy commodities broker who is a bit of a jerk (kind of like his dad can be), but Jacob has a young daughter on whom grandpa Manglehorn dotes. A friendly bank teller (Holly Hunter) shows interest in Manglehorn as more than just another customer, but she finds out that he really isn't an easy man to love."Manglehorn" is enjoyable mainly as an actor's showcase. There isn't much of a plot, but, as we see Manglehorn drift through his virtually joyless life, we are reminded what a great actor Al Pacino is. Messina is also outstanding and it's a joy to see Hunter back on the big screen, especially when she makes such great use of her limited screen time. The movie itself is kind of dull and Pacino makes Manglehorn so unlikeable at times that you almost stop caring about him. Almost. It's a testament to Pacino's talent that, even as his character pushes away almost everyone in his life, the actor keeps showing us just enough of his character's positive qualities for us to remain sympathetic. To see Pacino play an aging father with regrets, "Danny Collins" is a much more entertaining film, but rarely has Pacino played a character more effectively than in "Manglehorn". "C+"