No One Lives

No One Lives

A gang of ruthless highway killers kidnap a wealthy couple traveling cross country only to shockingly discover that things are not what they seem.

A young couple is taken to an isolated house by a heartless criminal. Everything becomes a tragedy when the killer uncovers they attempt to escape and determines to kill all people. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


No One Lives torrent reviews

Nick U (de) wrote: Blockbuster 9/8/2013WTF was this about. Amazed if they sold more than 10 tickets to this bomb. This movie SUCKED.

Caitlin L (it) wrote: Love this movie. Great chemistry between them. Love can come out of the most unlikely places.

Gordon B (mx) wrote: A rich and effective tapestry of stories, photos, and landscapes that quietly observes the erasure of America indigenous people. Its a must for students of both history and historiography

Bethany S (mx) wrote: Haha this was such a funny movie. It was softcore porn at the most. There was a lot of tits 'n' ass and it seemed like the main character used any excuse to take her shirt off. I liked it. The acting was poor and so was the story, but it entertained me.

Ben E (au) wrote: An emotional look at native American life. Although the acting is subpar, the film is both hilarious and powerful. Chris Eyers' films are always great to watch. Not as good as Smoke Signals but very good in many different ways.

Garrett C (it) wrote: It's a interesting mix of genres. A western movie with comedy and some great Rodgers Hammerstein songs that are laced through the whole thing. The dream sequence was far too drawn out and distracting from the main plot more then it should have. Despite its many flaws it still stands out as a great musical in an different setting.

Doug J (fr) wrote: Watching this documentary will make one question the safety of his or her basic amendment rights. A horrible tragedy and the events that unfolded up to it are laid out in this film. How safe are our rights as American citizens? Shocking, truly shocking.

John C (fr) wrote: Surprisingly worthwhile and at times even scary. A decent late-night picture.

Ben H (gb) wrote: Classy, stylish and brutish late noir with a top cast, great photography and an awesome jazz score. Robert Ryan is on top, top form set against two unconventional women characters played by Winters and Grahame. The latter has only a small part but really steals the scenes she is in with Ryan. Stange allegorical ending that is reminiscent of WWII with a slightly ham-fisted moral message about race.

Jack G (de) wrote: It's very good for the most part- better direction and, somewhat, better performances than part one- and then GREAT once it gets into the color-section, as it's one of the most frightening depictions of joyous fascism ever portrayed.

Juan Martin C (ca) wrote: it's good when you don't have anything else

Jay B (ru) wrote: Not a bad made for tv chiller from '73. I'm almost inclined to say that this was one of the reasons Charlie Band got his obssesion from of bloody doll films! The creatures do resemble the pointy headed bastard in the Puppet Master movies and I'm sure Band scared himself into shit inducing nightmares as a child!Average script. once you get used to it, but the chills are filmed pretty well, so it keeps your attention away from the shitty acting.Probably would have scared me as a kid as well, but I wouldn't have made a fucking career out of it. Give us another bloody TRANCERS film ya bastard!

Darren P (mx) wrote: In 1996 an edition of Entertainment Weekly magazine bore the headline 'Why Isn't Jason Patric a Star Yet?' and a full page, close up image of the actor. It's an excellent question, and is as relevant today as it was then.Let's get back to Patric in a minute.Like a mouth full of sand at midnight, Joe Carnahan's cop drama Narc (2002) is a dark and gritty son of a bitch. In a grimy and grey Detroit the film opens with a frantic handheld chase sequence as undercover cop Nick Tellis (Patric) chases down a druggie to prevent him from lowing the cop's cover. The chase ends with a bystander dead and another injured, and our hero Tellis at the start of what will be an 18 month leave of absence while he gets his head back together.Back in the now, Tellis is stable with a loving wife and baby boy when he is asked back to help out on a case that that department are making no progress with - that of murdered undercover cop Michael Calvess - and this in turn leads him to a new partner in the form of maverick on the edge copper Henry Oak (Liotta). The blood soaked and complicated case threatens to drag Tellis back under, and as a protagonist Patric portrays a man trying to do the right thing at work, trying to protect his family from the grisly nature of it, and trying to keep his head.Personified, Narc is a pugnacious slugger of a movie, a hunched boxer hunkered down and assaulting the viewer with jabs, slugs to the body and well timed haymakers that threaten to knock you on your ass. It's grimy to look at, as it is drenched in melting snow and rain a la Seven (1995). Much like Fincher's masterpiece, Narc is also relentlessly grim in subject matter and benefitting from a directorial visual flourish and a central performance of mesmerising depth.Which brings us back to Patric. In 1996, the world must have seemed his oyster. Ridiculously good looking and athletic, Patric had by this time done the young gun on the tail end of the Brat Pack thing in The Lost Boys (1987), and had moved on to some exceptional work in the brooding neo noir After Dark, My Sweet (1990) dark thriller Rush (1991), before headlining, ahead of heavy weights Kevin Bacon, Brad Pitt, Robert De Niro and Dustin Hoffman mind you, Sleepers in 1996.Since that time however, despite some good work, Patric's career has nosedived into oblivion. His CV shows 13 films since 1996, none of them with two pennies to rub together to show for their box office takings.What went wrong? Speed 2 (1996), that's what. His career never recovered.Here in Narc Patric is excellent - touchingly damaged, cautious, smart and dangerous. It is a pleasure to watch. Partnering his is Ray Liotta doing his brilliant Ray Liotta impression - he shouts! He has crazy eyes! He shouts! He's a certain type of pleasure too, albeit it a shouty crazy eyed one. If Narc is the first ray Liotta movie you have ever seen you could be forgiven for thinking you are watching terrifying genius. If it's not, you will know it is just the Ray Liotta thing - he can't do anything else. Unfortunately too, Liotta role pigeonholing means that one can't help but suspect his character of involvement in the crime they are investigating, and so it proves, but the director is smart enough to keep these things shady until the final frame.A thinking person's crime drama, and not one for the squeamish, Narc ultimately falls short of greatness because of the frequency with which is descends into really really loud shouting. When it is in those moments where the shouting is not turned up to 11 however, it is a smart and gritty drama with a fantastic central performance from Patric, the last one he put in to date. It's worth seeing just for that.

Dillon L (it) wrote: not bad but needs more action, what keeps it from being great is it can be bland at times

Dyron W (ca) wrote: An uneven, far from memorable, but charming throwback to 80s comedies.

Adam R (mx) wrote: (First and only viewing - 10/24/2008)

Marcus W (es) wrote: It's like watching a grenade explode in slow-motion.