Porter Wren is a Manhattan tabloid writer with an appetite for scandal. On the beat he sells murder, tragedy, and anything that passes for the truth. At home, he is a dedicated husband and father. But when Caroline, a seductive stranger asks him to dig into the unsolved murder of her filmmaker husband Simon, he is drawn into a very nasty case of sexual obsession and blackmail--one that threatens his job, his marriage, and his life.
The movie tells the story of Porter Wren, a scuttling tabloid columnist ensnared in an elaborate story of deception, blackmail, murder and sexual duplicity. But his job, his marriage, and his life are all threatened when he accepts to dig in a very nasty case of sexual obsession and blackmail. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Manhattan Night torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Double date movie night; we made it a whopping 5 minutes into the movie and rage quitted. Don't even bother this has the absolute worst acting and directing I have ever seen. I couldn't even try to give it the benefit of the doubt. I don't like starting a movie and not finishing, but that was the biggest redbox regret ever.
(mx) wrote: I love Down Terrace, Kill List and Sightseers. So the fact this film left me a bit cold doesn't put me off Ben Wheatley. This feels like it's made by an experimental student team, who are being occasionally advised by a cinephile demon, urging them into flights of fancy, or clever ways to use the camera. Part Civil War re-enactment gone very wrong, part extremely-bad-mushroom-trip, part ... I've no idea. It skirts through a Long Day's Journey into Madness with some truly dynamic sequences, wonderful posed tableaux, and terrific performances by (especially) Reece Shearsmith & Michael Smiley. It's undercut with weirdness and dread. Not for many, I'd guess. It seems to revel in its strangeness.
(es) wrote: The only expression shown through this film was boredom, which is more then the actors did!14/7/2013
(ru) wrote: VERY SMALL SPOILERDownside: Suffers from the same problem as Batman Begins too long and un interesting. Gotham City should have just been called New york. Batman himself only appears in a car chase and then again at the end of the movie, too many scenes without batman make bruce wayne the person your watching through out the movie instead of who we all wanted to watch, Batman! Tom Hardys rendition of Bane is perfect but still seems like just a regular bad guy that wants to see the world go boom. For me i would have like the music to take it down a notch. The orchastra was on crack and just wanted to play loud epic music throughout the entire movie, even when characters are talking, epic music will just start playing for no reason. Upside: The characters, just like casts in the past, great actors all around. Great action (what every high budget movie should have). Great twist. Conclusion: Very solid movie just don't get your hopes up and especially don't compare to the Dark Knight, it won't come close.
(fr) wrote: I would like to see how this turns out..he is having a very bad day
(es) wrote: Amazingly sweet and funny - the very best movie I have seen in a long time! Jason Alexander is a genius.
(us) wrote: Silly B movie comedy. Good laughs
(us) wrote: great deep woods slasher!!!!!the music in the background reminds me of friday the 13th highlights 1.george kennedy watering his planets (a nod to cool hand luke"lucielle" 2.the odd ending 3. having a really crappy vhs copy for years which was so dark you could barely make out anything espically what happens at the end and then years later buying the dvd and finally watching the movie and be actually able to see just before dawn's odd ending
(fr) wrote: Sleepaway Camp is a superb slasher flick that deserves way more appreciation.