Left of Center

Left of Center

Left of Center, a psychological thriller set in a small town in the rolling plains of Northeastern Oklahoma, focuses on a series of homicides along Highway 177. The murders cause a strained...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:80 minutes
  • Release:2014
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   police,   blood,  

Set in a small town in the rolling plains of Northeastern Oklahoma, the film focuses on a series of homicides along Highway 177 and the encounters between highway patrol officer Trooper Ferguson (J Bryson Baker) and local police chief Tom Parker (Jason Wilkinson) as they both investigate the case. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Richard G (us) wrote: When the film started...I thought I was watching Roman Polanski acting and he had not aged in 40 years. Then he turned into Jian Ghomeshi with all that has been going on here in Canada. Polanski's real-life wife was fantastic as the auditioning actress. If you read the wiki on Polanski and see what he had been through from early on in his life -- I think it really helps one to understand this brilliant master of the film medium. A stellar blending of film and theatre that takes you away at times...

Greg W (gb) wrote: well crafted adult movie! who knew?

Walter M (mx) wrote: In "Frownland," Keith(Dore Mann) has been struggling in his job going door to door raising funds for a charity. Some of this might have to do with his shaky relationship with his girlfriend Laura(Mary Wall). For instance, one night she shows up on his doorstep crying. They go to a store and he manipulates her into returning. Things take a turn for the worse when it turns out she is allergic to his pillows and he is impaled on a thumbtack. And I do not care what Laura says but I like the hand puppets which are sadly the highlight of this roughly produced, low budget film that seeks to get into the face of the viewer with its socially inept protagonist. Like some of the characters, I also find Keith annoying, as the movie also soon tires of him, deciding to follow other characters for lengthy periods of time. But then it wanders back to rejoin the pursuit of the payment of an electric bill which is what the movie is all about. Sure, lots of people worry about how they will pay their bills but that should not be their entire life nor a complete motion picture either.

Michael G (us) wrote: OMG this is one of the worst,most cheeiest B movies I ever watched even Roger Corman will spit on this and the CGI is horrible too.

Giuseppe L (mx) wrote: Pretty average for a Bollywood movie.

Shane J (mx) wrote: Welcome to the 90's this has every 90's cliche you can think of. It's fine, slaters a likeable action star, Morgan freeman walks around with a puzzled look on his face like he's not sure exactly how he got fooled into starring in this and randy quaid plays crazy randy quaid. The twist pretty fun I guess as wel. It's not good it's not bad it just exists

Sabine P (mx) wrote: I love everything about this movie except Hutchence..but he is an essential ingredient..much like vanilla in a good cake..so you've just got to give him the thumbs up too. I miss this movie, I have lived in a house like this..glad I don't anymore but can't say I regret it. Some favourite moments are references to Eno, the home-made synth & skylab. Ahhhhhhh.

Justin T (gb) wrote: Michael Caine is wonderful as he exercises his dry wit in this film which manages to comfortably turn such taboo subject matter into comedy. The film has an interesting presentation in one of the world's most beautiful locations. No one can fault Matthew (Caine) for what he does, we can only blame it on Rio.

monsieur r (kr) wrote: Shampoo... watching it first run in the theatre was not as memorable an experience as I would wish. Of course, I like Beatty in most everything he did. To this very day he has been portrayed as a womanizer. The song "Your So Vain" is supposedly written about him in particular. Anyway, watch this film for its historical value only in cinema history, as it instantly transports you to a day when free love was supposedly everywhere.. though not in my environs. If you really want to see some retro psycodilic fashions, get this film. As I recall, its all here, bell bottoms, mini skirts galore. Director: Hal Ashby Writers: Robert Towne, Warren Beatty Stars:Warren Beatty, Julie Christie and Goldie Hawn

Ricky P (ca) wrote: Sergio Leone's 3rd entry in his iconic Dollars Trilogy is a masterpiece that is built to last thanks to it's breathtaking cinematography, an iconic performance, a riveting finale and a haunting score make this western one of the best

George M (au) wrote: Really ahead of its time. There's a complex narrative structure for its age that begins by an unexplained event (the dying nurse asking for someone to visit her) that slowly gains in significance as the relations between the characters unfold through flashbacks. There's even a flashback within a flashback here (well, kind of), and we are speaking about 1921. Amazing mise en scene that greatly helps the atmosphere and the acting is superb! Not the ultra stylistic acting that one can find in films of the period; here it is raw and almost naturalistic at times (especially Victor Siostrom himself). As a whole the film hasn't aged a bit, except for its montage which makes the rhythm drag to a point of becoming cumbersome at times. Well, it seems that believing montage to be the greatest technique of the cinema wasn't just an idea of the early Soviet filmmakers. Also, the moralistic ending and the Christmas-Carol-like twist in the end do not resonate well today. Still, one cannot but admire this film for what it achieves in narrative and visual splendor with its super imposition effects and the moody cinematography. Oh, and the axe scene in Kubrick's The Shining seems to owe much to this film too...

Greg W (ca) wrote: good spoof of dectective/noir movies.

Carl M (de) wrote: A humble housewife unwittingly unleashes a horde of evil creatures from beneath her new home in the 1973 made-for-TV movie DON'T BE AFRAID OF THE DARK! Fear and paranoia reign supreme in this twisted tale that recently received the remake treatment thanks to Guillermo del Toro and director Troy Nixey. Kim Darby plays the unassuming Sally Farnham, whose curiosity gets the best of her when she betrays the handyman's warnings and opens the bolted furnace found in a secret study. We watch as she slowly begins to lose her mind as the small, rat-like creatures terrorize her in an attempt to steal her soul. Darby is fantastic in the role, truly selling her fear and anxiety while her husband dismisses her pleas for help as childish fantasy. Ed Graves' impressive production designs convincingly scale the monsters down to their miniature size, while the most frightening moments of the film arrive when the creatures beckon Sally with their wicked voices from deep within the darkness. DON'T BE AFRAID OF THE DARK is one of the finest Horror movies to debut on network television, and a hidden treasure that demands rediscover.

Vitaliy S (gb) wrote: Screenwriters found way out how to make a difference! This psycho-bloody movie absorbs mostly usual plot for many viewers, but it has some sort of a fresh start for a new chapter of cruel thrillers!