Perfect Stranger

Perfect Stranger

A journalist goes undercover to ferret out businessman Harrison Hill as her best friend's killer. Posing as one of his temps, she enters into a game of online cat-and-mouse.

A journalist goes undercover to ferret out businessman Harrison Hill as her childhood friend's killer. Posing as one of his temps, she enters into a game of online cat-and-mouse. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Perfect Stranger torrent reviews

ashwin G (gb) wrote: the movie is very sentimental..and nice from a little kid point of view of parent seperating...

Alex r (mx) wrote: Sushi Girl is a dull, bland exercise in gangster genre filmmaking. The film never is anything interesting or entertaining, and it squanders its cast on such a poorly written script. I really enjoy low budget films, but this film just lacked a truly engaging plot. Some of the cast were interesting, especially the casting of actor Mark Hamill, who is quite good in his role. However the film does leave a lot to be desired and everything just seems t5o fall flat. There never is anything to salvage the script. This film could have been terrific, but it just ends up being a pointless mess that never grabs your attention. As it is, it's a film that really relies on clichs and it's void of anything to really make it a standout feature film. The cast seem bored, and aside from Hamill, who like I said, was good, and amusing, every actor delivers dull, unimpressive performances that don't stand out. In terms of a crime film, Sushi Girl is forgettable and poorly crafted. This is a forgettable film, one that should have been good, but never becomes anything special because of its lacking script. Don't go into this one expecting a great film, you'll be disappointed. In the end, this film is awful and pointless due to the fact that it's just an overblown clich from start to finish. We've seen this type of film before, and it's been done better as well. This film had plenty of potential, but it doesn't live up to what it should have been, and it ends up being a waste of time. Don't expect anything from this film, you'll sadly be disappointed.

Shiela E (ru) wrote: I really liked this. Good, old-fashioned ghost stories are my favorite. I figured out the twist pretty fast, but I didn't care. it was creepy enough, and compelling enough that I was riveted. it delivers on all you want from a film like this.

Lell G (ag) wrote: Started OK with some doubts about why the friend would be so supportive but was just an excuse to show brutal and disgusting torture of a girl with no real substance or reason why.

Lili F (gb) wrote: hehehe:D so funny:) good to see at least once, but it was still a bit plain.

Jepa P (fr) wrote: Not a jewel but this movie has it's moments too.

Shaun B (us) wrote: There are no word for how weird/strange/uncomfortable this movie is. The trailer plays it as a romantic comedy...and it SO ISN'T!!!!!!

Kristal C (ag) wrote: A gorgeous, touching movie with wonderful performances and an amazing soundtrack.

joey b (mx) wrote: Classic with 2 Pac one of my favorite films

Jason D (it) wrote: Trancers II: The Return of Jack Deth does a tremendous job of following up the first movie six years later as Deth (returning Tim Thomerson) now roams L.A. with his now-wife Lena (returning Helen Hunt) and continues to protect the remaining councilman ancestor (returning Biff Manard). Things get hectic when Trancers mysteriously start to show up in large numbers, attacking Deth and his friends until his boss McNulty (returning Art LaFleur and Alyson Croft) travels back in time to inform him of the brother of Whistler (played by the great Richard Lynch) traveling back in time to recruit people to brainwash and turn into Trancers. To further complicate matters, Deth's dead wife (played by Megan Ward) was pulled out of the past and send on a mission to 1985 L.A. to stop Lynch's character and come back to the future with Deth. Can Deth and his two wives stop this new terror before it spreads and destroys the future? I'm guessing so since there are several more sequels. The Trancers franchise makes its transition to the 90's (where the rest of the sequels reside) and while they definitely have that 90's look and feel, the campy and cult-level 80's ideas are still the same. Thanks to a more recognizable cast of cult genre actors, Trancers II definitely manages to equal the fun and entertainment that was served in the original film. Speaking of which, we also have appearances from the likes of the great Jeffrey Combs (Re-Animator franchise) as a 2nd in command henchman, Barbara Crampton (Re-Animator, From Beyond) in a bit part as a talk show host, and Sonny Carl Davis (recently a hilarious scene-stealer in the Evil Bong films). Part 2 probably doesn't retain the cult status as much as the original, but it's definitely as much fun to watch.

Suanne M (ca) wrote: Un classique du cinema quebecois.

Philip W (ru) wrote: The best film I've ever seen

Dennis B (gb) wrote: Cinema rarely gets any better than this.

Tom H (kr) wrote: maybe there`s some beastiality in here somewhere.... or maybe not. you`ll never know until you see it.

Daniel K (de) wrote: 1.5: Hmm. I was prompted to watch these by an article in The New Yorker that I read a year or two ago. I wasn't expecting them to be outstanding, but I was expecting something better than this. I have now seen essentially every Charlie Chan film, or at least all that were made between 1931 and 1947 (29 films). What struck me most is that these really have more in common with a television show than a feature film. Each film is essentially the same except for the "location." I guess it makes sense as they serve essentially the same purpose. One can essentially watch every film on auto-pilot comfortable in the knowledge that one knows exactly which characters will pop up and that everything will be satisfactorily resolved in the end. They are "C" picture at best. Sidney Toler is pretty good; Warner Toland is somewhat acceptable; and the other two one picture no-names are either inconsequential or awful. It is rather ludicrous that they didn't allow an actual Asian actor to play the role, but the portrayal of African-American's is much more heinous. They certainly pale in comparison to just about every other detective picture/TV series I've ever seen. None of the films rate an individual review so this will have to suffice for all 29.

William W (br) wrote: One of Laurel and Hardy's finest hours, as they think they've given their wives the slip (they think they've gone on a cruise to Hawaii for Ollie's health), so they can attend a much-anticipated convention in Chicago. As always, nothing goes according to plan. This is essential evidence of their esteemed positions as the finest comedic duo in cinematic history--Everyone else is simply running for second place.