Live! From Death Row
Convicted killer Laurence Dvorak grants an exclusive last interview to TV newswoman Alana Powers shortly before his scheduled execution. Urbane and unrepentant, he seems almost mild at first. But Dvorak's real intention is revealed when he takes Powers, her crew and two guards hostage, and demands that the television network broadcast an execution - live.
- Stars:Joanna Cassidy, Bruce Davison, Art LaFleur, Calvin Levels, Julio Oscar Mechoso, Michael D. Roberts, Jason Tomlins, Martha Velez, Kathleen Wilhoite, David Bowe, Keith MacKechnie, Lee Arenberg, Gene Butler, Lisa Niemi, Peter Bie,
- Director:Patrick Sheane Duncan,
- Writer:Patrick Sheane Duncan
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Live! From Death Row torrent reviews
(br) wrote: I really hate movies that pretend to be the real thing, when in fact it's Hollywood BS. This is one of them.
(ag) wrote: If you look very closely at Adrien Brody's eyes, you can see that deep inside he's saying "kill me".
(de) wrote: This was a pretty messed up movie. Its a documentary about an internet relationship that was just a bit crazy. Honestly, it was scary. It really makes me question people and want to be more careful out there. It also shows better then anything I have seen what happens when you have to settle and you lose your dreams. Its worth a watch.
(es) wrote: Love the story and the dancing.
(mx) wrote: This movie is not a romantic comedy, it is not funny, it is dull and boring and poorly acted and edited. Sarah Silverman plays her character well but it is an unloveable character. Jeff Garlin is not funny, he is a sad man who needs to get some discipline in his life. Do not waste your time with this movie.
(us) wrote: It's not much, but damn does it leave a hell of an impression. An exercise in the power of images and an attempt to use dissonant sensations to create a desired experience. Job well done.
(ca) wrote: Though not as good as the previous film, this is still a solid effort in the series and a great continuation of the plot from the prior film. It also has a solid cast in addition to the recurring cast, the score is brilliant, I like the visuals, the plot despite being a bit plodding deals with deep themes in a commendable way and it has assured direction from Leonard Nimoy.
(mx) wrote: Greatest soundtrack ever!
(it) wrote: This movie is guaranteed to be horrible so here is some Billy Squire for your amusement: "Now everybody, have you heard If you're in the game, then the stroke's the word Don't take no rhythm, don't take no style Got a thirst for killin' - grab your vial... " First person to name that song will get an invisible bowl of rice.
(ca) wrote: Universal handled the 'meeting' part of the crossover fairly well, even if it's not too great of a film on its own. Neither monster appears enough, and the characters are too similar to ones we've seen before. Effects are a hit or miss.
(br) wrote: I've only seen it on TV; which doesn't count.
(br) wrote: The love story was sweet and inspiring but then just ended with him choosing his drugs mad it like a sour aftertaste. Great acting and chemistry.