Motives 2

Motives 2

Vivica A. Fox and Shemar Moore return for this thrilling sequel to Motives that picks up three years after the events of the original film. Innocent convict Emery Simms is serving time for a crime he didn't commit; while most convict's claims of innocence are shoddy at best, Emery has every reason to protest his wrongful incarceration. Meanwhile, in the outside world, Emery's ex-wife (Fox) has married his best friend and the pair is struggling to build a normal life together. When Emery is killed in prison and his brother Donovan (Brian J. White) discovers the truth about what killed his ill-fated sibling, his quest to cut through the complex web of lies and deceit which previously ensnared Emery threatens to bring about deadly consequences.

It's been three years since Emery Simms was wrongfully imprisoned for a murder he didn't commit. Emery's best friend Brandon (Blakemore) and ex-wife Connie (Fox) are now married, running a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Motives 2 torrent reviews

Mallory A (gb) wrote: This may or may not be criticizing the Brooklyn hipster of present - either way, it's funny and charming in its own fucked up way.

mark d (br) wrote: Sundance 2012: Won the Grand Jury Prize: Documentary

Paul C (es) wrote: Kinda more depressing than funny...

Jally A (br) wrote: a low budged movie at first sight... you can tell thru the whole story what will happen in advance

Jordan W (fr) wrote: its still cute but not as good as the 1st

Ron S (au) wrote: Charming, sweet, fun.

Ray S (jp) wrote: A good, but not great, documentary on a great Chinese-American artist. There should've maybe been more exploration of her life outside her work.

(us) wrote: I'm not even interested in seeing this movie.

Justin C (us) wrote: A decent domestic western comedy, but very forgettable.

Private U (de) wrote: pretty good, anything in Italy is good.

Jamie J (gb) wrote: Despite not having seen the original film, I did rather enjoy this. Exceptionally vivid, and vibrant cinematography, and a cracking sense of humour go a long way to cover up what is essentially an ensemble film with a fairly average story.

Nathaniel B (gb) wrote: Extremely entertaining coming of age story!