Panic in the Streets
One night in the New Orleans slums, vicious hoodlum Blackie and his friends kill an illegal immigrant who won too much in a card game. Next morning, Dr. Clint Reed of the Public Health Service confirms the dead man had pneumonic plague. To prevent a catastrophic epidemic, Clint must find and inoculate the killers and their associates, with the reluctant aid of police captain Tom Warren, despite official skepticism, and in total secrecy, lest panic empty the city. Can a doctor turn detective? He has 48 hours to try...
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Panic in the Streets torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Intelligent, sensitive, understated, reflective, this is a movie for grown-ups. It's Claire/Mlina's story and Viard is compelling in the role. Piaud avoids the clichs of genre in both plot and direction to produce a movie that captures the reality of life; funny, sad, tragic, disappointing, difficult, but ultimately liveable. For me, very moving and worthwhile. Some won't get it at all.
(es) wrote: I knew this was going to be a good movie when I saw that Schnabel was the director. The movie was heart felt, inspiring and educational, even if it was one-sided. And don't let the Israel and Palestine conflict turn you away, it's not a documentary it's more about the life of the 4 women over 50 years.
(nl) wrote: Crap! I don't know how they get budgets to produce movies like this.
(gb) wrote: Not a bad film, bit slow but good.
(fr) wrote: An interesting overview of Islam and what its all about. A great lil documentary for everyone to have a look at. It is very academic though. If you are into documentaries and learning about religions and different perspectives of religion this is one you have to watch. It does relate everything back to The Koran.
(nl) wrote: The Ultimate Gangster Movie!!! Only 137 mins. No songs. And Randeep Hooda is a very good actor.
(gb) wrote: Awesome cast, really enjoyable film.
(fr) wrote: they didnt have 2 make Sanjay go mental at the endin!!!!
(it) wrote: It's based on a true story about an eleven year old boy who lives in war torn El Salvador in the 1980's . This is a powerful, shocking and very moving. A great film and a horrific story. Recommended.
(mx) wrote: I'll go out on a limb and defend this movie. It's unabashedly lightweight fluff, but at the same time the film has a moderately subversive message mocking advertising and product placement masquerading as lightweight entertainment. For a film that could easily have been the type of fluffy entertainment that the film is mocking, it's kind of rises above that, even if the film still has a pretty lightweight tone. The film, obviously, tells the story of the Riverdale rock band, Josie and the Pussycats and their rise to the top. The cleverness comes when they begin dealing with devious managers and produces played by the great Alan Cumming and Parker Posey. Cummings and Posey are really too good for this film, but their presence definitely brings a higher level of comedy to the picture. You also get some other fine supporting part for Seth Green and Breckin Meyer as members of the annoying boy-band Du Jour. You also get Eugene Levy playing himself in a funny camera and you even get Carson Daly making fun of his pop culture persona. And look fast for Katharine Isabelle before she broke out with "Ginger Snaps." And not to neglect the Pussycats, they are all very likably portrayed by Rachael Leigh Cook, as Josie, Tara Reid, and Rosario Dawson. This film is certainly not high art or even a message movie, but it does have good enough of sense to know that it's fluff and takes a clever self-relative approach to the lightweight material. One interesting note of trivia, several of the cast members continued to work together on Seth Green's "Robot Chicken," including Breckin Meyer, Donald Faison, Rachael Leigh Cook, and Rosario Dawson. And another interesting item of note, Alan Cumming played a similar part in the equally fluffy Spice Girls film vehicle, "Spice World." That film also had the good sense to realize that it was silly fluff, as compared to the ridiculously self serious Brittany Spears vehicle "Crossroads" or the even worse Mariah Carrey vehicle "Glitter." Maybe it helped here that Josie and the Pussycats are not real musicals with real egos who were more comfortable being silly.
(de) wrote: Somewhat overlong and unfocused but it has moments of charm and some splendid fx amongst the long lingering shots of gratuitous nudity.
(it) wrote: Jackie Chan vs Benny Urquidez is one of, if not the best one-on-one fight scene ever filmed! Ridiculous!
(us) wrote: MEH..The last story is the best of the three.
(es) wrote: Dial M for Murder (1954) ???First-rate thriller about rich husband who carefully devises plan to bump off his wife, but when it doesn't work out he goes through with another alternative. Stagey at times, but gripping and fascinating, with a handful of memorable performances. Remade (well I may add) in 1998 by Andrew David as A PERFECT MURDER.
(us) wrote: Fun and entertaining. A joy to watch
(ag) wrote: Based on a true story, The Whistleblower is a good movie with a solid script but poor execution. Some scenes did gripped me, but not all the way through, and ended up disappointing. I feel that this movie is like a experimental for both the director and Rachel Weisz. They want to be bold and provocative, yet at the same time, they are afraid if they will pass the boundaries. Overall, not a bad movie, just don't expect much.6/10.