Erstwhile C.I.A. assassin Richard Malone hopes for a tranquil retirement in the placid Pacific Northwest, but what he gets is a rumble with a right-wing extremist plotting a secret revolution. Adapted from the novel "Shotgun," by William Wingate.

Richard Malone is an ex-CIA hit-man who want to forget his past and start things all over again. On his travel around the USA, he stops at a small but beautiful town. He realizes that the Mayor here is a dictator, who keeps all the habitants under his power by fear and violence. Malone decides to use all his abilities and his money to stop the Mayor. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Malone torrent reviews

Bradley N (jp) wrote: Definitely the weakest Marvel has to offer.

James Z (gb) wrote: An interesting and novel idea ruined by horrible and forced, overly melodramatic, out-of-touch performances.

Roland S (ru) wrote: would be a lot better if they used cycle rickshaws

Alexander C (it) wrote: Would like to get round to seeing!

Cody C (us) wrote: Very good underseen movie, with strong acting from most of the people in it (one or two duds, but whatever) and Dreyfuss just destroys. One of his best roles. But the tone of the film is a little dodgy at parts. Maybe a little tightening, and less-or-different music cues, and this really coulda been a classic. As it stands though, it's definitely worth watching, and most people will probably enjoy it even more than I did.

Jaret M (fr) wrote: I miss you Jim Carrey...

Brian S (es) wrote: An action-based comedy with some romance, that never grows old! Great cast too...

Simon P (jp) wrote: It's mostly the great performances of a strong cast that make this affecting relationship/Asperger's syndrome drama work so well.

Brandon S (au) wrote: A cult classic that marries cold, deadpan British humor with horror thrills reminiscent of the zombie classics it pays beautiful homage to.This isn't the movie that introduced me to the brilliance of Edgar Wright (I have "Hot Fuzz" to thank for that), but "Shaun of the Dead" certainly cemented him in my mind as a solid artist to watch for.Wright comes from a primo school of directors: the Tarantino's, the Kevin Smith's, the Guy Ritchie's; guys with a distinct voice and disctinct stories to tell, and this may be his best work to date."Shaun of the Dead" plays to all of Wright's strengths as a storyteller: quirky yet relatable characters, a pension for stylized violence, and a hysterical script that never stops being entertaining.