Out of Sight
Meet Jack Foley, a smooth criminal who bends the law and is determined to make one last heist. Karen Sisco is a federal marshal who chooses all the right moves … and all the wrong guys. Now they're willing to risk it all to find out if there's more between them than just the law. Variety hails Out of Sight as "a sly, sexy, vastly entertaining film."
- Category:Thriller, Romance, Comedy, Crime
- Stars:George Clooney, Jennifer Lopez, Jim Robinson, Mike Malone, Ving Rhames, Don Cheadle, Donna Frenzel, Catherine Keener, Manny Suárez, Dennis Farina, Keith Hudson, Steve Zahn, Albert Brooks, Luis Guzmán, Paul Soileau,
- Director:Steven Soderbergh,
- Writer:Elmore Leonard (novel), Scott Frank (screenplay)
A career bank robber breaks out of jail and shares a moment of mutual attraction with a US Marshall he has kidnapped. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Out of Sight torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: A sort of low budget London ripoff of Alien set in a yellow box storage place... Surprisingly well shot and effectively jumpy at times, but the usual characters acting without logic plagues this, some misplaced funny bits too. While the creature clearly has had a lot of work put in, it does end up looking rather hokey at times. Still its quite fun and the ending is quite amusing...
(ag) wrote: goed voor de kids, maar TE over de top voor mij
(us) wrote: As much as I hate Will Ferrell, this was still quite enjoyable!
(br) wrote: lmao this is a good film!
(ca) wrote: I am such a huge Celtics fan I love this movie I watch it over and over again I would have to say I am just like the two rabid Celtics fans in this movie we would do anything to make sure our Celtics would win and I mean anything LOL best I want a sequel to this movie !!!
(gb) wrote: Another great movie from Cronenberg. Laid in with marvelous acting, a fantastic true story and a few Cronenberg traits. His ability to make the audience care for his protagonists are as always extraordinary.
(ru) wrote: If you are a fan of 1980s comedy you will enjoy this one. But if that isn't your thing, you might want to pass this one by.
(au) wrote: I know everyone comes into a film like this with their own life experiences. For some people, they had a happy childhood with no complaints, and this will all sound very foreign and probably overly dramatic. Other people had varying degrees of unhappiness in their childhood, and for those people Autumn Sonata will either hold up as a mirror to conversations they've had with their own parents, or resemble something they wish they could discuss.Autumn Sonata is the confrontation between a daughter and her mother. It's raw, inconsistent in the way real people are inconsistent, and shakes with bristling questions that go unanswered.And the movie creaks under the weight. At least for me, having heard these conversations between my father and his parents, everything here is painfully realistic. Or, the beginnings of something painfully realistic. These are good stepping-stone conversations. Essential conversations to rebuilding a relationship.But what the film misses is a chance to explore the mother character much more deeply. She touches a bit on her childhood, and it sounds much like you'd expect based on her parenting style. (Or lackthereof, if you will.) But these dysfunctional issues flow pretty specifically from generation to generation. After all, if you grow up in a specific family dynamic, that is often your default reaction when placed in the parental role. (And if you're consciously trying to be not-that-parent, you might correct some issues, but not others, and go too far in correcting even other issues, creating a whole new problem.)So what Autumn Sonata could have done to really make it a powerhouse would be to better showcase the generational links.Regardless, this is a film that I definitely would not consider fun to watch. But it is a very good film that tackles issues I rarely seen addressed in cinema in a realistic way.
(mx) wrote: Masse fett, masse helt sinnsykt irriterende faaaaaanskap.
(ru) wrote: that dumb dog pard ughhhhh i wanted to shoot it .. bogart playing the tough guy with a heart role he does so well ..
(br) wrote: I quite liked this early one, emerging signs of the Little Tramp could be seen in Charlie's Waiter.
(mx) wrote: Confused, tired, disappointed, left hanging, that is how I feel about 21 Grams. Another feeling I had was a headache from trying to figure out all the supposed hidden meanings, and the closing monologue. The back-and-forth-in-time scene sequence didn't work for me. I don't necessarily believe movies should be linear (two of my favourite movies are Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs, and they are not linear in their scene sequence), but 21 Grams overdoes the non-linearity. I kept feeling like I was cheating, as if I was skipping forward in the movie. A linear storytelling would have worked a lot better, and made me feel more surprised when the story took a twist.There were too many loose ends in the movie (I won't mention them, to avoid spoiling the movie for others). I just felt like I was left hanging.I couldn't grasp the implication of the 21 grams concept, even though I thought I understood the idea before the movie started. I left the movie feeling confused, and quite bitter, as I felt ripped off as the supposed deeper meaning was fairly lame or unfathomable, and the movie fairly pretentious.
(mx) wrote: One of the best gangster movies of all time!
(ag) wrote: The only good thing I can say about this studio in regards to this franchise is that at least they haven't sold the rights to Platinum Dunes.
(fr) wrote: Utterly pointless sequel - no scares, the least sexy - sexy scenes and some shockingly awful scripting. Please dont ever waste your time watching this mess!
(ca) wrote: this movie was one of the greatest movies from my childhood. the only thing wrong with it was NOT A DAMN THING