I Know How Many Runs You Scored Last Summer

I Know How Many Runs You Scored Last Summer

A cricket team are dismissed by a moustachioed serial killer with a razor sharp cricket glove and an arsenal of sharpened stumps. One by one the killer exacts revenge for the torment he endured 20 years earlier.

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I Know How Many Runs You Scored Last Summer torrent reviews

Coryn M (nl) wrote: I understand that this is a popular movie, and I can totally see why so many people like it, but personally I just don't. Don't get me wrong, I love the premise. It's the characters that kill it for me. They're all so one dimensional and shallow that I find myself rooting for the ghosts

Jacob L (mx) wrote: One of the most underrated action movies of all time Plus scarlet !!!! Enough said

Leo K (es) wrote: A kids movie but with some of the best artistry, characters, and kung-fu! Great story, great CGI, great everything really! I recommend, even for adults.

Taylor W (us) wrote: 2.5/4. Despite its g rating being kind of not true it was a decent film

Kristina K (it) wrote: Every character, every scene... perfect. Loved it so much.

Stepan M (ru) wrote: One of my all time favourite movies. It's not (only) about smoking weed, it's about the generation of 20 something who are just not sure what to do with their lives. A must see for the fans of the Czech movie Samotari (The Loners, 2000). Besides that great actors, great music...and above all great fun!

Rafael B (es) wrote: Isabelle Huppert es la mejor actriz de la historia. Toma ya!

Kirra t (de) wrote: Very funny, a bit of a b grader but still good

Jon P (au) wrote: You know that episode of The Simpsons, the one where medics tell Mr Burns his body only works because he has so many things wrong with him, they cancel each other out? Well, the same can be said for Bad Boy Bubby, a bizarro barrage of on-screen atrocities.Rolf de Heer's little-known cult classic follows a 35 year-old simpleton, finally liberated from his creepy mother's captivity, wreaking havoc on the streets of Australia. Bubby gets up to anything from rolling around with rock bands and getting bummed in prison to crucifying a cat in cling film and discovering a Doctor Doolittle-alike talent for talking to the disabled.The more we watch, the more we cringe, squirm and gasp, but what's astonishing is that Nicholas Hope's central performance is so strong, we genuinely care for, and are intoxicated by, Bubby's contemptuous character.Hysterically awkward cinema unlike anything else you'll ever see.

Jon F (gb) wrote: great modern day road story. one of my faves, it was recommended to me first by a friend of mine who recently passed away

TonyPolito (ru) wrote: A fairly-true telling of the birth of 20th Century New York City organized crime that, as such, qualifies as worthy viewing. The film could have been a dramatic classic--instead of being mostly forgotten--had it been directed by proven talent, instead of being entrusted to Karbelnikoff, whose only experience was shooting TV commercials.Given his background, it's not surprising he thought the lead actors should be pretty boys before solid dramatic talent. Or that viewer interest in gangster films derives mainly from gore and bloodshed. Or that when Lucky Luciano and his lover canoodled they looked like a Calvin Klein ad. Or that pretty palettes are central to cinema success. Still, there's no other film that clearly tells the details of how The Five Families were formed out of the street gangs of early 20th Century New York unless you wade through some History Channel products. The only real delivery on deck is Quinn as the capo under siege. Karbelnikoff might have learned something from seeing what Quinn could do, but since he was never entrusted with a script again, that's a moot point. Oh well, it was nice that Karbelnikoff took the time to show the audience close-up how to properly make Italian espresso using a Bialetti Moka Express. For the true-enough basic plotline, recommended.

Bill M (mx) wrote: Sent me scurrying to do internet research on the locale barely 10 minutes into the movie. As Yogi said, "You can learn a lot by watching."

bill s (kr) wrote: Good performance(Wiig) but a less than average film.

Adrian S (au) wrote: Love the setup....how it painted a sharp portrait of Richard as an all-rounder who excels in sports and academia. Richard is really the kind of bloke every mom wants their girl to have over for dinner - chummy, kind, brotherly and sensitive. Richard also happens to be at the crossroads of his life where he has to take a leap to adulthood and learn to make matured decisions. However, a night-out partying unexpectedly leads to a devastating accident, incriminating him in the process. Thereby, shattering his loved ones and dreams. What Richard Did intricately and methodically explores the downward spiral of a promising young man's life, leaving a disquieting and emotionally resonant aftertaste.

RS K (br) wrote: Very good movie, enjoyed this.