From the director of RFK Must Die, Killing Oswald explores the mystery of how and why John F. Kennedy and Lee Harvey Oswald were assassinated in 1963, tracing Oswald's strange transformation from US Marine radar operator in Japan, monitoring U2 spy planes over Russia; to 20-year-old Marxist defector, decamping to Moscow threatening to share military secrets with the KGB; to pro-Castro activist in New Orleans and self-proclaimed patsy in Dallas.
- Stars:John F. Kennedy, Lee Harvey Oswald, Fidel Castro, John Newman, Dick Russell, David Kaiser, Joan Mellen, George DeMohrenschildt, David Atlee Phillips, Raymond Burns, Nigel Barber, Luke Hope, Livia Sardao, Vitaly Yerenkov,
- Director:Shane O'Sullivan,
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Killing Oswald torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Interesting and clever premise for a top-notch action film and the first half indeed develops that premise into great sequences of rapid tempo, neat yet tense settings and, above all, involving acting from Ha Jung-woo. However, as time goes by, plot-holes gradually increase to a somewhat disturbing level and the ending is quite pointlessly lousy. Some may argue that such ending is to prove the infused nihilist voice of the film, but the accompanying lousy anti-establishment message is really a bad choice.
(br) wrote: This isn't even an entertaining lie, this is just kind of boring.
(mx) wrote: I was pleasantly surprised by this movie. Tight story. Fast paced. Wonderful acting. Good direction. That's all a big deal, considering it is a Bollywood movie. Watch it if you haven't already.
(us) wrote: What else need to say? About the Pixies? Nah... just go watching this awesome film. Love u guys all! Thanks everything for creating those inspiring songs!
(es) wrote: A sequel I wish I never saw.
(kr) wrote: Have a case of the giggles? This movie will help you get rid of them.
(de) wrote: as I just reviewed mr. 3000...this is the real deal...enjoyed it when I was 10 and still enjoy it today...;)) tom selleck...mustache...come on :))
(kr) wrote: Poetic, endearing, heartbreaking. the second part of Jean de Florette's tragedy deals with the consequences of the greed and hypocresy shown among the villagers in the first part and how it affects their lives. Some surprising things come up as well. I never thought that not only the characters, but myself as well, would all be changing our indignation and contempt for forgiveness.
(au) wrote: I liked "Inception" the first time I saw it. Over 25 years ago when it was called "Dreamscape!"
(au) wrote: why is this listed as horror? :D
(ca) wrote: Tarantulas shipped on beds of cocaine? A blind serial killer? and a really cop friendly giallo? Oh you betcha. Some nudity and not enough gore.
(nl) wrote: This snappy, energetic and shockingly violent crime dramedy is wonderfully disorienting. A standout in the 60s film movement, with 2 fantastic lead performances, it's a sly and immensely entertaining critique of Western manhood, the American dream, and our futile search for fictional fame and Hollywood adventure.
(ca) wrote: such a preatty horse
(ca) wrote: The Lost Weekend for Generation X. Nicholas Cage and Elisabeth Shue give the performances of their lives as two lost souls. Searing, unforgettable and essential. Cage deserved the Oscar.
(kr) wrote: I love Zoey Deutsch's acting. The story was compelling. The movie was fast paced, but that's appealing to me. I like movies in which the amount of beautiful guys is as large as the amount of beautiful girls. VA does a good job at that.
(fr) wrote: Review will be written when/if re-watched (Probability: Zero).First viewing: 06.08.1997