Kill The Messenger

Kill The Messenger

A reporter becomes the target of a vicious smear campaign that drives him to the point of suicide after he exposes the CIA's role in arming Contra rebels in Nicaragua and importing cocaine into California. Based on the true story of journalist Gary Webb.

Webb accidentally discovers the dubious source of the guys who start the drug desease from 1984 to 1990. He also discovers the relation between CIA and those criminals. Despite of CIA and criminals’s warning, Webb still keep investigating and uncovering a big conspiracy. Webb found himself defending integrity, his family and his wife. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Kill The Messenger torrent reviews

Steven C (jp) wrote: A waste of time - very stupid.

Jason L (jp) wrote: Pat Tillman is a true American Hero, but not for the reasons the government would have you believe.

Kathleen C (us) wrote: I always thought Zac was just a pretty face, not really much of an actor. But this film changed my mind as he really shows is abilities here, I see now much more than a ladies man. So good

Stuart K (us) wrote: Written and directed by Miranda July (Me and You and Everyone We Know (2005)), this was her second film and it was based upon a performance piece that July had staged in New York in 2007, she settled on this to be her next film. It's a disappointment compared to her debut, and it falls into the trap of difficult second film syndrome. It drags quite a bit and there's no fireworks to move the film along. Sophie (July) and Jason (Hamish Linklater) are a couple in their mid 30's, they've been together for a while now, and their relationship is on the rocks, and they're uncertain what to do next. Then, they decide to adopt an injured cat called Paw Paw, who also narrates the film from a cage commenting on life (voiced by July). As adopting a cat is a big responsibility, Sophie and Jason have to prepare themselves for this, as it's a big responsibility. As they will have to wait 30 days for clearence to get Paw Paw, Sophie and Jason venture out into the world, to enjoy their last month of freedom before they truly commit to having a cat as a pet. It's a very weird film, with moments of our two leads trying to stop time, and a weird performance piece in a giant T-shirt. It's just too slow and too surreal to be engaging enough, which is a shame, as it's a good idea for a film, but it needed something to move it along.

Terri H (es) wrote: No thanks - Not interested.

Myriam R (gb) wrote: Not a horror film but is not that suspenseful as a thriller.Non scary direct to video ghost film.

Manch F (fr) wrote: An excellent modernized retelling of Othello.

Dane P (br) wrote: the original 8 mile Cool as Ice is probably the greatest movie ever made. Its an intelligent coming of the age love story between a girl and the coolest person on earth ICE!! Its low rated because everybody is jealous! #IceismyIdol

Pierrick L (es) wrote: Film en deux sketchs tir (C)s de Poe. Le premier de Romero adapte "Valdemar" est c'est vraiment pas la joie ( en dehors de 3plans la fin), le second d'Argento rattrape plutot bien la mise. Son "Chat Noir" multiplie les r (C)f (C)rences et les beaux plans, le tout servie par un Harvey Keitel toujours impeccable. Dario +1 / George 0 !

david t (kr) wrote: i would like to see this one..

Private U (it) wrote: ...and the award for most loveable asshole goes to...CLARK GABLE!!! Seriously, where does this guy get his charm from? The movie is not great. The plot wears thin fast but luckily, just when you think you can't stand Jeanette MacDonald's waffling between lovers, DISASTER STRIKES in the form of an earthquake that lasts WAY too long and occasionally looks like a cameraman and two guys throwing things close up created. But I'm glad I saw it, if only to watch Clark Gable...mmm...

James F (mx) wrote: This film is average, the critics have got their reviews wrong, I have seen much better Clint Eastwood films. It's a very predictable American military set up, which is very full of itself. I think this is probably just an old show of what films used to make us tick, but we have evolved and moved on to much more believable scenarios.

Senor C (au) wrote: Ive seen a fair amount of vampire movies that have come down the pike & mostly my enjoyment is based on the main vampire. Robert Quarry is alright but he sure as hell isn't Bela Lugosi, Christpher Lee or even Jonathan Frid from House of Dark Shadows. It's not all his fault though. The script is written in such a way that his adversaries aren't too bright. To try to trick him into revealing he's a vampire you get confrontation dialogue like 'Do you believe in werewolves?..well do you believe in vampires?'..yes? well shit then you have confirmed our suspicions! It just made me snicker more then anything else. It does have moments though like when some chick is munching on a kitten. Gruesome but made me laugh (& throw up in my mouth a little bit)