Skip tracer Tommy Nowak is tracking Lou Ann McGuinn for a bail bondsman in California. Lou Ann is also being chased by her husband Roy McGuinn and his birth right/neo-nazi friends for ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Clint Eastwood plays a bounty hunter who helps out the wife of a bail-jumper after her child is kidnapped by neo-Nazi types.
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Paul F (nl) wrote: Dry and boring beginning and too much preacing of God, boring
AnthonyMoreno The Definition o (ag) wrote: Reason: what's it about?
Al M (br) wrote: Dark Corners wants so much to be a David Lynch flim like Lost Highway, Mulholland Drive, or Inland Empire, but it is not willing to either completely go off the rails or adopt an artful aesthetic. Therefore, it just becomes a somewhat tedious exercise in psychological world swapping with a twist ending that will surprise few people. Moderately entertaining, Dark Corners is still not as clever as it thinks it is.
Alexander C (br) wrote: Will have to watch this one. Not necassarily good or bad. Will see. Want to watch!
Janina L (us) wrote: As strange as the Japanese - I Love it!!!!
Tim F (gb) wrote: Another completely horrible movie, yet I loved it. How can you not like a a movie where people are warned to stay away from their toilets, with lines like "A giant number 2 killed my daddy!" Classic...
Timothy S (it) wrote: Many films and television series have tackled the issue of teen suicide over the years, but few have done so with the grace and dignity of "Permanent Record". This is a little seen, deeply moving feature that deserves a wider audience.It gives little clues into why the Allan Boyce character here commits suicide, and it doesn't purport to have all the answers. That only enhances the film's realism. In the opening scenes, Keanu Reeves is distracting as he was seemingly prepping for his next big role in "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure", but there is a lot more going on with his character than meets the eye. His affecting performance is the dramatic center of the picture, and you greatly sympathize with him.I also appreciated the adults in the film, especially Richard Bradford as the school's principal. It would be easy to make him and the parents the enemy here, but they are grieving too and actually understand the students. There is a wonderful scene where an anguished and intoxicated Reeves nearly kills Boyce's younger brother and he finally breaks down to his friend's father.The drama culminates in the film's final scene at the school play, where a fragile and delicate Jennifer Ruben breaks character and pays beautiful tribute to her fallen friend, and it's the highlight of the actress' burgeoning career. The subject is stale, but "Permanent Record" has a fresh voice that remains as impactful today as it was upon its initial release. It's a small film that will stay with you.
Justin S (gb) wrote: I think they actually might have been able to pull this one off with a good dose of quality acting, but as it stands, the participants respond to the waves of killer bunnies with no more fear than you would a threatening length of carpet, making it impossible to keep a straight face. I probably wouldn't have watched it at all, except I recognized it as the movie playing in The Oracle's apartment in the first Matrix, and couldn't resist.
Will H (mx) wrote: Darn near definitive.
Ernest C (br) wrote: Selma is an excellent depiction that includes all the surrounding circumstances surrounding the revolutionary event. Very well acted. I recommend it!
Alison A (us) wrote: Great movie. Judy Davis was excellent and so was Sam Neill. Sam was SO hot and I would so choose him over the other man that liked Judy.