Lonely Hearts

Lonely Hearts

In the late 1940's, Martha Beck and Raymond Fernandez were America's notorious "Lonely Hearts Killers". Their lethal scam was simple; they would swindle and then viciously murder lovelorn war widows who would answer their personal ads in which Ray would describe himself as a sexy Latin Lover. Based on a true story.

Det. Elmer Robinson, still grieving the loss of his suicidal wife, pursues two notorious murderers known as the "Lonely Hearts Killers" who lured their victims through the personals in 1940s New York. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Lonely Hearts torrent reviews

Jordy A G (kr) wrote: Superman yo te banco!

Greg W (ru) wrote: just OK war thriller

Phillip W (us) wrote: This was actually pretty good I was surprised.

Erin S (de) wrote: The topic is fascinating but I can't say it is amazing in terms of a film. I had no idea that Hefner was so involved in politics. Calling him an activist is very appropriate.

Vincent P (es) wrote: Not particularly strong in the story or acting departments (the actress playing Parisa couldn't deliver a line to save her life and the actor playing The Deev apparently never got the memo that there's a veryyy fine line between hammy and terrible) but it's a fun brief ride with lots of nifty effects and visuals. The stop-motion effects would've made Harryhausen proud.

Daniel Y (ag) wrote: Zombieland is a kick ass zombie comedy that features good performances, lots of gore and, most importantly, great laugh out loud comedy that is spot on pretty much all the time which makes this film one hell of a ride.

Jeff A (us) wrote: I never really figured out what this movie was trying to say but I liked it. Makes you smile. More good stuff coming out of NCArts.

Ken S (au) wrote: For years my wife has been mentioning this movie, saying how it was good and sad and made her cry. I've been mildly curious since she has brought it up a few times over the years, and finally we got it from the library...was this a genuinely sad movie or just schmaltz? Oh it's schmaltz baby, to it's highest degree. Even my wife mentioned after we watched it that it didn't quite hold up to what she remembered when she was 10. Understandable. Essentially it is about a kid who is about 11 or 12, and is small. He's only like 3 ft tall. He is small and is ridiculed and inexplicably disliked by practically everyone in town. That includes his parents, who ignore him, the reverend at his church, his sunday school teacher, and most kids. His only friend is Joe, and the only adults who seems to like him is Joe's hot mom and her new boyfriend. Simon takes care of that situation by accidentally killing Joe's hot mom with a baseball. They then try to find Joe's real dad, which ends up being a twist I kind of saw coming. It all culminates in Simon helping to save a bunch of kids on a sinking bus, and dying in the end. It isn't really a spoiler that he dies because the movie begins at his tombstone. Dates and all. It is very sappy and kind of forces the tears upon you, rather than coming across naturally sad. People accuse Spielberg of being too sentimental or schmaltzy, but at least he has the decency to make it feel real and genuine.

Trista J (es) wrote: I forgot how cute and loveable this girl power film is!

L vin K (de) wrote: Undoubtedly the best Rajni flick ...."Sayin it once is the same to sayin it a 100 times'

Kerem G (jp) wrote: Very interesting version of Lance Armstrong's career. Would recommend it.

Miriam K (kr) wrote: It's very simple, not an amazing plot; actually typical musical. But there is something about Jack Lemmon that tickels every funny bone in my body!

Russell H (ru) wrote: not too bad. The coolest part was when the Hulk uses tanks as melee weapons.