Killer at Large
Obesity rates in the United States have reached epidemic proportions in recent years. Killer at Large shows how little is being done and more importantly, what can be done to reverse it. Killer at Large also explores the human element of the problem with portions of the film that follow a 12-year old girl who has a controversial liposuction procedure to fix her weight gain and a number of others suffering from obesity, including filmmaker Neil Labute.
- Stars:Richard Atkinson, Denise Austin, Brooke Bates, Richard Berman, Shmuley Boteach, Sam Brownback, Kelly Brownell, George W. Bush, Earl L. Butz, Richard Carmona, Bill Clinton, Deborah Cohen, Ann Cooper, Walter Cronkite, Morgan Downey,
- Director:Steven Greenstreet,
An overview of the politics, social effects and problems associated with the rising epidemic of American obesity. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Killer at Large torrent reviews
(au) wrote: A short, sweet, serving of Pixar magic that harkens back to the golden age of cartoons.
(mx) wrote: je n'avais jamais vu autant de monde (en proportion) sortir en pleine seance. et pas pour aller pisser, ou alors ils se sont tous perdus. comme les deux autres tiers de la salle, j'ai tenu. par la force du film, dont l'intelligence m'a largement depasse'. mais j'ai eu la chance de ressentir ce a' cote' de quoi je passais. ce qui est deja' une grande experience.
(nl) wrote: While is was a little disappointing I think more could have been with the development of Nancy's character to make her more sympathetic and relatable to the audience. I do applaud Maria Bello for turning in a very brave and excellent performance considering the subject material is so taboo.
(kr) wrote: With such an impressive line up including Michael Caine, Michelle Pfieffer, Alan Alda, Bob Hoskins et al, I was expected something at least amusing. I would have to say that this film offered my friend and I many laughs, but probably not of the expected kind... it was more like, "OMG how bad is this movie"! This one goes on the Special Shelf of Really Crappy Movies that get hauled out when I've had too much to drink and don't know any better. Frightful acting by Lise Hildboldt whose wide eyed, soppy smile and smug delivery made me wish I could give her a smack on the forehead with a spoon added to the hilarity. Alan Alda valiently gave us wise cracking, morally outraged Hawkeye Pierce in his native Crabapple Cove. As for Michael Caine, Bob Hoskins and Michelle Pfeiffer, what was their excuse? DId Alda have something over them? Was he calling in favours? Whatever it was, the adage, "You are only as good as your last movie" means that none of them would have included this on their CV! The best fun was picking out familiar faces in the extras, not least of all a couple of cast members from Scrubs Now I understand why this was in the $2 bin at Target!.
(ru) wrote: Great movie for it's time. Big stunts and crazy fights.
(us) wrote: Part of the boom of Canadian sex comedies in the 80s Screwballs is sophomoric but harmless fun. Im glad to see tax dollars hard @ work. All it wants to do is show you some sugar boobies & what's so wrong w/ that? It even builds up to a climax of showing you Lynda Speciale's goodies last. These type of movies never cover any new ground but Screwballs caught me in the right frame of mind. It even got some right out laughter out of me. 'I think Paul is masturbating..well tell him to stop..I can't he's using my hand'. I felt pretty sheepish on that one but I couldn't help myself. It could have been the beer so if that's the case grab yourself a case before watching this. Low demand, low brow T&A high jinx
(de) wrote: i wanna see this movie sooo bad... =__='' pfft....id probably die of bordum watching a peice of shizzit like this
(jp) wrote: Thoroughly convincing, and as timely as ever. Watch it with The Running Man.
(kr) wrote: I love Shirley Temple
(nl) wrote: A good film. Not amazing, though. If you're not into boxing, a lot of these scenes may feel a bit too drawn out and lame comparied to other boxing films which are far greater. The acting however is what really stands out here and are oscar worthy in every way. If anything watch this old classic for the acting/character study and also to see one of Jeff Bridges first performances that may have got him noticed.
(kr) wrote: Pretty much garbage. It's basically a wanna be The Dude story ripoff that isn't very funny. Watch The Big Lebowski instead.