Hunt to Kill

Hunt to Kill

A U.S. Border Patrol agent Jim Rhodes, a tough divorcée mourning the loss of his murdered partner while struggling to raise his rebellious daughter in the mountains of Montana. But when a crew of trigger-happy fugitives takes Rhodes and his daughter hostage, a rugged wilderness will explode in all-terrain vengeance. Is there any wounded animal more dangerous than a lawman left for dead? Daniels portrays one of the villains.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:98 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:escape,   explosion,   murder,  

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Hunt to Kill torrent reviews

Rose S (nl) wrote: As a woman who decided, 3 years ago, to stop trying to meet society's standards and just love my hair, whether it be 'good' or 'bad' - this definitely strikes a chord. I'll be going to see it.

Ahmed B (jp) wrote: Noel delivery astonishing Spirit of love, tender, forgiveness

Kenneth S (mx) wrote: 1993 was a year when Gangsta Rap started to evolve and was the same year Menace II Society was released. A gritty, exceptional and critically acclaimed movie about an 18 year old kid named Caine who thought terrorizing the streets was whole lot better than getting on with his life. Great movie.

Ray J (kr) wrote: A very deep, poignent and romantic movie.

Josh C (jp) wrote: I think it will be good

Mike L (nl) wrote: If for no other reason David Naughton shows that a cheesy 70's song ( Makin It) and being a Dr. Pepper commercial guy, can lead to Hollywood success. Fresh off of his American Werewolf in London role, Mr. Naughton made this 80's sex teen comedy. The highlights would include; the great mountain snowcaps of the Colorado Rockys, the equally majestic peaks of Shannon Tweed and Tracy Smith, and a killer 80's downhill skiing montage while Mitch Ryders version of Prince's "When You Were Mine" played to 80's glory. Unfortunately Mr. Ryders version went unnoticed as it was deemed to Blues to be cool during this time.

R S (gb) wrote: Gud story. Parvin Babi was gr8

pedro t (ag) wrote: A delight from start to finish. Excellent

Gavin P (de) wrote: Pretty enjoyable chase/espionage thriller. Poor Barry Kane (Cummings) gets framed for a factory explosion a spend the rest of the film on the run, trying to uncover the real saboteurs. Pat (Lane) is a great love interest and both the leads are good, with Fry (Lloyd) a creepy bad guy. Some great scenes & tension, particularly the Statue of Liberty scene. Solid Hitchcock!

Chee T (au) wrote: It is a great, well crafted and extremely well written story from Ed Burns. I love it when an independent film comes along with out most of the traps novice filmmakers fall into. The characters are real the acting is wonderful and it deals with an honest issues, personalities and drama that every family faces during the holidays.. I loved it!

Joshua G (es) wrote: It's terrible, and yet, hilarious in its own way that you can't hate it. The acting is, for the most part, horrible, but the naked couple in the woods scene...actually, that was gross! Haha, it's a slasher film for hicks. And it's 1985, not 2004!!!

Brett B (de) wrote: Very well done. Captured the time period well and excellent casting.

Richard C (ca) wrote: Meh. Tonally all over the place. Similar to Frontier(s) which was also lame. Gore is well done, but that doesn't mean its particularly exceptional. No thanks.