Junkie is a pitch black comedy about two heavily addicted, drug addled brothers.

Junkie is a pitch black comedy about two heavily addicted, drug addled brothers, Danny (Daniel Louis Rivas) and Nicky (Robert LaSardo). When Danny decides he's going clean, Nicky reacts aggressively, driving Danny from one insane experience to another as a whole host of bizarre, surreal characters descend on their house, all with grievances to bear, debts to reclaim or trouble to cause. As Danny's life spirals out of control he must fight tooth and nail to kick the habit and rescue himself from the personal hell Nicky has consigned him to, whilst simultaneously attempting to repair the deeply damaged relationships with his increasingly bizarre friends and family. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Junkie torrent reviews

MrScoreCrave (ru) wrote: Not sure why the critics were so rough on this film. There were some issues, but I found the movie entertaining and the characters interesting, and even endearing.

Dennis R (fr) wrote: Flashes of brilliance don't quite manage to make up for amateur film-making techniques nor clich (C) and pretentious dialogue and narrative turns. Good ending though.

Charles S (jp) wrote: Robin Williams actually does a good job in this movie, it's just to bad the script he had to work with was slow moving and ineffective.

Gena D (mx) wrote: Insanely predictable. I even predicted what woman would end up with what man the moment I saw them. There is no way I am just that lucky. :p

Stanley K (us) wrote: The rare instance of truth in movie advertising

Mirror (br) wrote: ...........................................I dont know. Spanish movie,they have a taste of their own.

Nick E (au) wrote: An entertaining cat-and-mouse film thanks to a great cast, tight direction from Spielberg, and a polished script.

Ben S (br) wrote: Directed fairly well, this film is so bad, it's good! Until you find out this was a true story and then you feel bad for saying; it was so bad it's good.

Eric S (us) wrote: LOVED IT- as a teacher I LOVED IT- It is sad how true this movie was. It really does show what teaching today is like in many cases. But it shows why we become teachers. I loved the acting and the story- I wish more about the dress up insane guy was showed because he was getting to the teacher. LOVED THE MOVIE I RECOMMEND IT TO ANYONE WANTING TO BE A TEACHER.

Gregory W (gb) wrote: I love this movie then when it came out and now

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John E (mx) wrote: I think I saw this movie about 9 years too late.

Joanna G (gb) wrote: no motive, no point.

Robert I (fr) wrote: I see this all the time in the Walmart bargain bin... One of these days.

Joanna B (it) wrote: When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth? Director Guy Ritchie's unique re-envisaging of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's fictional detective Sherlock Holmes has been a point of contestation for critics since its first 2009 instalment. Cynically criticised for breaking the character down to match the fad of easily digestible style of oddball similar to that of TV's Dr. House from House, Sheldon Copper of Big Bang Theory, Patrick Jane of The Mentalist, and Dr. Cal Lightman from Lie to me. Holmes is more of an eccentric and socially inept character with only a shade of his former brilliance; I however, disagree. Although this may not be as it ought to follow the original image, American Robert Downey Jr. makes it work, and well. Teamed with a strong and more commanding Dr. Watson (Jude Law); who sadly often is portrayed as the tag along buffoon; the two have a wonderful and compelling chemistry even if the story is left wanting. After a series of anarchist bombings across Europe, consultant detective Sherlock Holmes (Robert Downey Jr) follows the faint but distinct scent of a plot masterminded by his arch enemy Professor Moriarty (Jarred Harris). Uncovering his plan to buy up the monopoly on weapons manufacturing companies, the ruthless Moriarty; aided by a group of rebels, plans to incite the already tittering Europe into war and make a profitable fortune. Utilizing his unique powers of deduction, Holmes begins to unravel Moriarty's nefarious scheme after intercepting a letter left by his lady love Irene Adler (Rachel McAdams) after her murder by the professor. Following the clues to an underground gentlemen's club, Sherlock and his brother, Mycroft Holmes (Stephen Fry) are in luck as it times perfectly with the hosting of his faithful confidants Dr. Watson's all but forgotten bachelor party.Whilst Watson and Mycroft indulge in the frivolity, Holmes hunt leads him to the in-house novelty act, a Gypsy fortune teller Sim (Noomi Rapace) who mysteriously knows a lot more than she's willing to tell. The night inevitably disintegrates into yet another chapter of Holmes' mishaps of violence and mayhem and the poor Watson barely makes it to his wedding on time or the train to his honeymoon in Brighton. Time with is new bride Mary (Kelly Reilly) is disturbed when bandits attack and a worrisomely disguised Holmes comes to their aid.Holmes throws Mary from the train for her safety, but only so he is free to commandeer Watson for himself. Tracking the fleeing Sim across to the continent, they uncover her connection to Moriarty's plan and employ her help. However, Morirty's appears to always be one step ahead and if successful, will change the course of history. But Holmes can always find a way to exploit a perfect plan, even if it is his own.With locations under the Eiffel tower, the sensational Paris Opera house and breathtaking wintery Swiss Alps; an element of gravity is added to the 1890's set as they act as a major character in their own right for the series.The stylized slow-motion, pre-visualization of Holmes' upcoming fisticuffs is also back, aiding in not only seeing the action, but adds to the understanding of exactly just how precisely his mind works. This technique is applied to another scene where a monster automatic weapon known as Hansel demolishes a forest in moments leaving complete destruction in its wake, but sadly it doesn't really fit as the premise is previously implied to be specific to Holmes mind.The Verdict: A wonderfully light jaunt into a classic cat and mouse tale, Unlike Mr. Holmes try not to look too far into it or you may be disappointed. Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 13/01/2012