James Nesbitt plays radiographer Joe Keyes. Late one night he is travelling home by train when he sees a young girl, Alice (Emily Bruni) being chatted up by two men. When the banter becomes threatening Joe is unsure whether or not to intervene. When he reaches his station he glances at Alice who seems to be appealing for his help. Now he faces a dilemma. Should he stay on the train and get involved or get off and go home? Joe chooses home. His actions result in terrible consequences for Alice, his wife Helen (Siobhan Finneran) and his two children - but most of all for his sense of identity. Writer Tony Marchant says; "A man makes a fateful decision that systematically takes apart his authority as a husband, a father and a man. It's ultimately about how hard it is to be good and do the right thing.
Joe is a successful man, a good man, a good father, a good husband. Until one night, in a moments decision, he makes the choice to walk away when a woman in distress asks for his help. As ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Michael H (fr) wrote: As much as it's sometimes good to be thrown-in slap-bang into the middle of the action, sacrificing character, story and motivation is a definite no no. Spending 80 minutes of my time surrounded by screeching teenagers (even when there's an 8 foot hairy monster on the peripherals) is not my idea of a good time
Alex C (kr) wrote: Any given episode of Ghost Hunters is more convinving than this crap. The only male character is amusingly grossed out by periods. The worst scene of the movie is when he and the reporter get high and we have to watch them giggle and make timid sexual advances on each other. It's a quick scene but adds nothing to the movie. Death of a Ghost Hunter also suffers from poor audio quality. Oh, and the ending(s) sucked it big.
Andres G (us) wrote: Nothing innovative. The heroe is even dull and the plot is boring. A movie to skip from a comic book character that, if the movie is close to the comic books, I cannot understand such an unjustified fam.
Daniel T (ru) wrote: Such a great cast, but a very boring movie. There was no passion, no thrill. By the end of the movie I thought "Is that it?" Seriously, I doubt many people will find this exciting and re-watchable.
Jordan F (nl) wrote: a slapstick, silly, heart felt, action packed, jackie chan martial arts thrill ride that is a wayyyyyy better alternative than "The Spy Next Door"! Ive said it before and ill say it again Jackie Chan is the Man!!!!!
Reverand Lord Horse o (kr) wrote: Slow in places and like many films doesnt live up to what the trailer promised. This could have been done a lot better Goss was good but Howarth didn't suit the role i feel.
Alec M (it) wrote: the WORST. avoid at all costs. at least ed wood movies were funny
Japheth R (mx) wrote: Unbelievably dated '90s arthouse cheese. Why the Fisher-Price camera? And what's with the Portishead? I feel like I'd be raving about this movie if it was 15 years ago and I was the coolest motherfucker on the block. features David Lynch and Peter Fonda with long hair.
Justin B (ca) wrote: A really solid and very creep first hour but then it all goes down hill pretty quickly. It felt darker and more vicious than the other versions but it's missing depth; its 80 minute runtime not serving the complex plot justice.
Algitya P (es) wrote: Visually timid and yet so dazzling , IRONWEED teld us the impact that happens at the year of Depressing Era . And oh yeah , Tom Waits steal it.
Tim W (es) wrote: Again, not a clever story and seemed stupid at times. But again the chemistry between Jackie and Owen made it fun.
Justin O (us) wrote: An underrated comedy that is touching and funny, plus Michael J. Fox and Kirk Douglas are great.
Girlie A (ru) wrote: it's Life, things happened. Keep movin or die.
Joshua M (de) wrote: One of the most exhausting hours of my life. This went straight in the trash after I watched it.