It's 1990 and an Indonesian fishing boat abandons Iraqi and Cambodian refugees in a remote part of the Western Australia. Although most are quickly caught by officials, three men with nothing in common but their misfortune and determination to escape arrest, begin an epic journey into the heart of Australia.
- Stars:Hamish Michael, Kenneth Moraleda, Rodney Afif, Tevi Fanning, Vincent Chea, Sri Sacdpraseuth, Samang Chan, Glen Shea, Thorl Chea, Sawung Jabo, Chanse Nop, Rithy Dourng, Arif Hidayat, Sokong Kim, Deborah Mailman,
- Director:Michael James Rowland,
- Writer:Helen Barnes, Michael James Rowland
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Lucky Miles torrent reviews
(br) wrote: So many brilliant twists, yet so many nonsense crappy jokes. Still, the bleakness and wittiness still make this film a decent To-Wai product. A little bit too much for the Western audience, though. Still, a good opportunity for them to realize that To is not all about stylish action and dark comedy but also about nonsensicalness and karmic vision. This is Running on Karma meets Mad Detective, if only Sammi Cheng can be ten years younger...
(ca) wrote: I hadn?t heard anything about this British Independent film before I saw it come up on TV last week. There are some very good Indie films out there and on the face of it this one looked pretty good, but more of that later. The setting is the urban environment of the city of Edinburgh, Scotland. A young man, Sean Macdonald, is down on his luck. He has lived in a flat (or apartment if you prefer) with his sister Alice since their mother passed away. Sean finds it hard to hold down a job and Alice has managed to get herself into a large amount of debt. Even Sean?s best friend, Sam, cannot help him out. So when two men, Alistair Raskolnikov and Jamie Stewart offer him the chance to win enough money to pay off all of Alice?s debts he finds himself with no option but to take them up on the offer. All he has to do is hide from the two of them from 9PM until 9AM the following morning. What follows is a dangerous game of cat and mouse in the backstreets of Edinburgh. I will not tell you who wins, but there are many twists and turns along the way. What we end up with is a gritty and at times violent chase thriller with plenty of excitement and some interesting twists and turns. That?s the first half of the movie. Unfortunately the second half does not live up to the promise of the first. There are decent performances from all of the leading cast, so honourable mentions go to Dougray Scott as Alistair Raskolnikov, Alastair Mackenzie as Jamie Stewart, James Anthony Pearson as Sean Macdonald, Liz White as Alice Kelley and Charles Mnene as Sam. Oh and there?s also a brief scene with Karen Gillan, now starring along side Matt Smith on TV in Dr Who. As I said the second half of the film is a bit of a let-down. A lot of the energy and tension built up in the first half is lost and I felt the film just petered out rather than building up to a big finish. So, in the end it was a bit disappointing although Dougray Scott is very menacing as the bad guy. I certainly wouldn?t want to come across him on a dark night! Over all, a good first half let down buy a very average second? Not recommended. My score: 5.3/10
(nl) wrote: ok movie not bad i would watch it once jon heder was really good in it
(de) wrote: A campy but somewhat fun little horror film, Beneath Still Waters has a somewhat original premise that it unfortunately can't deliver on in a clever or scary fashion. Still, it might provide an entertaining evening for fans of B-level horror cinema.
(ca) wrote: Finding Nemo is about two Clown Fish, Marlin and his son Nemo, who's fin is shortended. Marlin is overprotective of his son and does not let his son go near the open ocean, until one day Nemo get's to far out and is caught by a diver. Marlin then goes on a giant search with a friend to find his son. This movie is probably one of the best family movies I have ever seen, every character is very like-able and the story is an amazing story about family and friendship.
(es) wrote: its an odd little movie, a little lost, especially with so many awesome actors to form a great narrative around. cusack is cusack, just awesome all around, and does his great paranoid guy schtick. del toro is cool as always, and michael madsen is the coolest motherfucker on the planet...
(de) wrote: your attention is not captured by 'camera-angels' or 'colour-mixing' or anything like that ..you encounter a world where people can change their destiny but something is holding them back ...this movie still hasnt reached the point where the hope which it is''concealed'' in,has come to its possible meaning or if you like;destiny...
(ag) wrote: Very moving and quite funny as well!
(mx) wrote: Its fair to say that director John Huston had a wide and interesting career ,from studio gun for hire to lavish films shot all over the wolrd his body of work does contains duds but thesse are outweighed by the classics.Key Largo is one of those classics featuring as it does the dynamite combination of Bogart and Bacall who make Brangellina look like Sunday school amateurs in comparison.Huston opens up the stage play of the same name and sets his drama in Key Largo where Bogart arrives to meet the widwow and Father of a buddy killed in World war two.When he arrives he is met by some ttypical Warners gangster film heavies ,who warn him off because upstairs is the fearsome Johnny Rocco played to perfection by Edward G Robinsion.Huston in casting Robinson played a trump card as the actor had played younger versions of his role here in films such as Little Ceaser back in the 1930s and the sparring between him and Bogart is one of the films many many delights.Another are the two female leads, Bacall is prettt feisty as widow Nora Temple and Claire Trevor is outstanding as Roccos boozy down on her luck moll.Huston and Screenwriter Richard Brooks pack the film with plenty of killer dialogue and the cast relish the fact they are in the hands of a master director .
(jp) wrote: I think this got mixed reviews was because critics didn't want to be the one to give Mel a good critique on something that was one of his first movies after it appeared he'd blown up his career. Frontier the very beginning you are taken by surprise and the movie doesn't let you go from there on. Each supporting player was chosen perfectly for the role they played. the film takes it time to slowly uncover the truth behind what happens in the very first scene. would recommend this to anyone that remembers and loves Mel's action/cop/psychological thrillers.
(ag) wrote: The first of The Amicus omnibus horro stories is a mixed bag and it can seem a little tame in comparison to todays horror films. That said ,there is plenty here that works and the good stories outweigh the weaker ones. The basic premise is that Peter Cushings Dr Schreck tells the fortune of five individuals in a train carriage. This neat idea sets up the stories the best being the First Werewolf story and the last two with Christopher Lee being menaced by a severed hand and Donald Sutherland and his vampire wife. The Killer plant is a bit silly and the Voodoo one is a bit lame ,but Freddie Francis who directs here manages to sort the wheat from the chaff in the film as a whole. Cushing is excellent as always and the whole package rattles along nicely right up to and including the twist ending. Vintage Brit horror and the template for later Amicus films.