Lethal Weapon 4
In the combustible action franchise's final installment, maverick detectives Martin Riggs and Roger Murtaugh square off against Asian mobster Wah Sing Ku, who's up to his neck in slave trading and counterfeit currency. With help from gumshoe Leo Getz and smart-aleck rookie cop Lee Butters, Riggs and Murtaugh aim to take down Ku and his gang.
Martin Riggs and Roger Murtaugh are put on a hit list by The Triads. When blood thirsty mercenaries are on their tail, they team up again with Leo Getz and Lorna Cole, a newcomer, to finally put an end to the Triads for good. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Lethal Weapon 4 torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Quirky and quiet, yet thought provoking as hell and very powerful at times.
(ca) wrote: A masterpiece with some of the best directing ever.
(nl) wrote: From a confirmed PJ fanboy comes a film that's surprisingly watchable to the casual Pearl Jam appreciater (i.e., me). Most surprising, perhaps, were the varying impulses to quit that the band has felt over the years, from the initial burnout after their smash hits through their battle with Ticketmaster and the deeply affecting tragedy at Roskilde, where nine fans were killed as the crowd rushed the stage. The insights into the personalities - particularly vocalist/lyricist Eddie Vedder and the unassuming, dedicated-to-the-art-of-it bassist Jeff Ament - are coupled with lots of music, live video and peer commentary to give you a picture of how far the band's travelled these last 20 years. Enjoyable doc.
(jp) wrote: Not a very scary horror movie. Could have used more suspense.
(it) wrote: A solid film. In the usual out-of-time-sequence manner with a collection of characters and plots intertwined, this is a compelling story about disparity in every aspect, economic, cultural, religious, and again economic. For someone who cares about the Israeli/Arab conflict, this provides at the micro level an excellent view, but not at all an optimistic one.
(ru) wrote: Good performances and a great storyline.
(kr) wrote: Hellboy is directed and written by Guillermo del Toro, and it stars Ron Perlman, Selma Blair, and Rupert Evans in a graphic novel adaptation of Hellboy: Seed of Destruction by Mike Mignola. The movie is about the origins of a demonic creature named Hellboy who takes care of the monsters to save the world. This is one of the earliest films that I've seen, and so with Hellboy II: The Golden Army in my DirecTV list, I figured I'll watch this movie, which is a solid effort, but not as high praise as I thought I was going to give. Ron Perlman absolutely killed it as Hellboy, and I love the make-up effects in this. The special effects looks impressive, but there were some effects that look cartoony. The characters are decent, and while there were some backstories for Hellboy, I wish there were a bit more of it. The villain was kind of there, but I appreciate that it doesn't act like your typical villain. Rupert Evans, while a good actor, his character is kind of bland, and I feel like there's something a bit off about Selma Blair's acting in this. The action is fine, but the humor is pretty good in this. The writing is pretty good, and the direction is also good. Hellboy is a really good movie that didn't necessarily go up there with Marvel films, but it's an enjoyable superhero film in its own right.
(ca) wrote: A fairly amusing comedy about arranged marriages.
(mx) wrote: Very sexy film!!!! Sad too !
(us) wrote: A reap lying good movie
(mx) wrote: Bleak and unique, Curtains is a hidden gem in the slasher genre.
(ag) wrote: Gotta love it, it has mcfly in it. even though their acting is kinda dodgy
(es) wrote: Fritz Lang takes the film noir template (think Postman Always Rings Twice) but twists it, making the femme fatale a victim and a manipulator, thereby garnering sympathy. Maybe her husband really does deserve to be killed -- but he is a sad sack as well as an abuser. What will Glenn Ford do?
(us) wrote: I remember really liking this and thinking Joan Crawford was incredible in it.
(ca) wrote: A brilliant performance by the timeless McKellen, who stars as an ageing Holmes. One of the better films of 2015.