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After the murder of a police inspector, his widow discovers with horror that, in addition, her only daughter has been kidnapped. While driving in her search, the voice of the technical roadside assistance that comes through the intercom installed in her vehicle, reports that he is who has kidnapped the girl.
- Stars:Meredith Monroe, Brian Dietzen, Lochlyn Munro, Brian Krause, Brittany Renee Finamore, Miriam Flynn, Richard Riehle, Michael Badalucco, Dan Kelpine, Gary Weeks, Eli Bildner, Marcus Shultz, Nick Holmes, Frederick Keith Johnson, Anthony Spagnola,
- Director:John Murlowski,
- Writer:Kraig Wenman
A woman after her husband's death is called by someone who has gained access to her phone, car, everything electronic. He tells her that he has her daughter. And if she wants to see her ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ag) wrote: Bastante bueno y entretenido, aunque mi favorito sigue siendo The Confessions Tour.
(kr) wrote: the movie was a complete deja vu from midway through. competent, decent drama. just couldn't for hell of me remember which very similarly- plotted movie i've watched before. certainly interested me enough to battle jet leg and finish it.
(fr) wrote: Lovely family movie....so sad. Watched it again with my mom and she loved it too
(ru) wrote: Superman returns in forgettable fashion. It tries to heavily to connect to films of the past, but makes the movie feel like it's retreading water than doing anything new.
(mx) wrote: don't get the point it's coming across, but it doesn't matter. I don't think the point was really that important.
(gb) wrote: Not Tarantino's best work but still an enjoyable homage to blaxploitation with a welcome comeback by Pam Grier - and although this solid crime movie has charm and style, it is also a bit overlong and could have had a few scenes left out in post-production.
(fr) wrote: A pleasant surprise as these actors make this crime thriller pop as they really do set it off.
(kr) wrote: Altman deftly juggles 22 characters and fleshes them out in detail to make this one of the greatest ensemble casts ever filmed. Won Silver Lion in Venice and obtained a cult status, deservedly so.
(ru) wrote: One of the most brilliant crime films I've seen in a long time. Your typical heist film revolves around the planning and execution of the heist, but in Le Doulos, the heist has occurred before the film begins. Le Doulos takes as its subject the aftermath of the heist, which gets mixed up with some payback coming to some of the participants for past trangressions. Although at first Melville makes the brooding Serge Reggiani the protagonist, when the emotionless Jean-Paul Belmondo shows up the viewer must choose which of these two is lying and which is telling the truth. Dead bodies pile up in Le Doulos, and as the movie progresses through plot twist after twist, the viewer is gradually let in on the back story. Shot in murky black and blinding white. Adding to the confusion is brilliant sound work--at one point what we take to be the soundtrack building the suspense is just a radio which is suddenly flicked off. Nothing is as it seems in this movie, and you won't forget the brutal yet poetic ending.
(de) wrote: Not particularly interesting (to me).
(au) wrote: TO MUCH OVERHYPE. JUST FOR KIDS
(fr) wrote: NOT WORTHY OF A HALF STAR! AWFUL!!!!!!!!!!
(ca) wrote: Good, but atypical, Alfred Hitchcock drama. Starts off looking like your usual Hitchcock thriller - tight, though complex, plot, with criminal undertones. After a while it evolves into a psychological and emotional drama, and a great one at that. Hitchcock shows his sensitive side in the closing act.Plot is a bit too complex in the beginning, and then drifts a bit in the middle. Other than that, perfect. Hitchcock's direction is spot-on, as usual.Tippi Hendren is superb, and gorgeous, in the lead role. Sean Connery is solid as the male lead.Another Hitchcock classic.
(br) wrote: Profound, hard-hitting, and often beautiful. The acting, directing, dialogue, score speak through their moments of silence.
(de) wrote: Just a regular old western that doesn't do much to stand out.