When Anna Carter (Kristine Blackport) is diagnosed with a terminal illness, she sees her final three months as an opportunity to enact some vigilante justice. Racing her deteriorating health and trying to stay one step ahead of the police, Carter furiously tracks down vicious criminals whom she feels unjustly eluded jail time.
- Stars:Kristine Blackport, Jason Coviello, Tom Doyle, Diana Dresser, Rod Elisha, Chris J. Ferrante, Chaz Grundy, Jordan Hancock, David A. Holloway Jr., John Hutton, Nadiya A. Jackson, Bill LeVasseur, Jennifer E. Mabry, Michael McNeil, Kristen Nice,
- Director:James Seale,
- Writer:Robert Gosnell
'Juncture' is the exciting first motion picture in the Anna Carter trilogy - the gripping story of an ordinary woman turned vigilante... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Juncture torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: I like it but the prince has a hispanic accent.
(gb) wrote: A classic gem I had forgotten about and love. Artie is soo amazing in it and a true comedy genius!!!
(it) wrote: definitely a guilty pleasure of mine. I enjoy the retail setting of this comedy
(de) wrote: Of the many gay movies I've seen lately, this Spanish one felt the most "real" to me. It's about two 17 year old boys exploring their sexuality, one of them being hetero- and one of them being homo-. It explores how confusing and difficult it can be when the lines between friendship and sex blur. I'm sure it's something many adolescents can relate to when they're trying to figure themselves out. It's hard for me to describe this without regurgitating what other critics have already said about this film. I'll just say it's a refreshing take that doesn't engage in stereotypes.
(fr) wrote: Very full of twists and turns that keep you on the edge of yuor seat all throughout the movie!!
(ca) wrote: The dialogue is whip-smart in places, but overall this is all too consistent with pro-war propaganda... when it could/should have been more subversive.
(kr) wrote: The screenplay is great and Rains is the best Caesar I've seen thus far.
(ru) wrote: Classic. A very enjoyable twist. Very well writen mystery
(ag) wrote: They don't make 'em like it used to be.
(us) wrote: Pride is a decent film. It is about the determined Jim Ellis who starts a swim team for troubled teens at the Philadelphia Department of Recreation. Terrence Howard and Bernie Mac give good performances. The screenplay is predictable but still inspires. Sunu Gonera gives a pretty good job directing this movie. I liked this motion picture but not of my favorites.