Prosecuting attorney Raymond Horgan assigns his chief deputy, the taciturn Rusty Sabitch, to investigate the rape and murder of colleague Carolyn Polhemus, unaware of their torrid affair. However, when he digs too deeply, he finds himself framed for the murder. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Life takes a nasty twist for D.A. Rusty Sabich when the woman he has been romantically involved with is murdered. He is assigned to investigate the case, but is soon charged with the murder.
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Brandon W (fr) wrote: Before watching Whitey: United States of America v. James J. Bulgar, I watched it for two reasons. One reason is for the movie Black Mass which I'll know ahead about what the film is going to show for James J. Bulgar. Another reason is director Joe Berlinger who was well known, in my opinion, for Blair Witch 2: Book of Shadow which before that film, I didn't really knew that he made other films, more or less documentary films. After watching Whitey: United States of America v. James J. Bulgar, it is a really great documentary. It gives a lot of information about Whitey from what he has done from his past life, and how he gets away with it for 20 years. The interviewers are interesting, and giving a perspective from a person that actually worked with Whitey, it's probably the most investing part of the film. Seeing as Whitey kept getting away murder really shocks me and with some of the stuff that that do, just really changes my opinion on the government. When it goes to the court with the verdict of whether or not Whitey is guilty, it got me very nervous and tense that I was hoping that they made the right decision which is something that rarely happens to me for a documentary. Seeing as Whitey basically had a gang going on really made me more scared, but more interested in the film as I never expected it. The only thing that I had a bit of trouble with, is that there were some moments that weren't really that interesting. As is, Whitey: United States of America v. James J. Bulgar is a very interesting story that I now want to see more of Joe Berlinger's other documentary films.
David L (de) wrote: The problem with this film is that it wasn't particularly memorable, nor does it have an entry on Wikipedia, so the fact I can't recall a great deal about it to write a review is not an encouraging sign. From the title you can easily guess what it's about - A group of friends come across a Ouija Board and decide to contact the dead. Ultimately they have success, but forgot the basic rule of remembering to say goodbye at the end of the session, thus enabling the souls of the deceased to re-enter the world. A few of the group die as they go about their everyday life, leaving the remaining members addicted to the board to try to understand the root of the problem, and how to overcome their worsening situation. Towards the end, we see the back story to how the spirits behind the board came about their miserly disappearance, and learn the truth as to who is the mystery assailant responsible for the recent case or murders. It's not really very scary for today's standard's, and the fact that it's filmed through the third person camera view is frustrating, annoying, and quite degrading of the films overall quality. The acting is pretty shocking, and if I were to set up a hidden camera amongst my group of friends, I expect you'd get a similar level of entertainment from re-watching that. It takes low budget even lower, and the fact that this has apparently spawned a sequel is beyond belief. I guess if I had to be positive, it did flow reasonably well, and to a degree it saved its best moments till last, but there is nothing to shout about here, other than it has definitely encouraged me to still never mess with Ouija Boards.
WS W (mx) wrote: Cheesy, old-fashioned.
Kaden C (es) wrote: What? Did Marvel really make a movie about a group of heroes that almost nobody knows? Yes they did, and it's great. This movie has dazzling special effects and a group of loveable heroes. Especially Star-Lord played by Chris Pratt, who gives off a comedic, 70's vibe. This film is nostalgic for many and I don't think we'll ever see another Sci-Fi movie like this one. To this day, it still remains one of funniest superhero movies ever, and it well deserved 5 stars.
Ghjuvan Sebastianu G (fr) wrote: Vu en avant-premire. Louise sans maquillage, c'est chouette. Sinon, trs chouette mis part que l'on se demande si on veut avoir un baby aprs un film comme a.
Marilena G (us) wrote: It has its moments, but overall it has a bit of a been-there-done-that quality about it.
Lauri M (ru) wrote: A very interesting film although the mixture of comical bickering and world politics was a bit odd at times. Salman Shahid and Hanif Hum Ghum were both great but Linda Arsenio sleepwalked through the movie.
Gina F (es) wrote: I've never seen surfing footage like this. You are really in the action. It's also the best tow surfing coverage I've ever seen. Plus, everyone is equally nuts. I was even scared for the guy in the helicopter filming! Amazing stuff.
Diganta B (jp) wrote: 'Life is nothing more than a failure''
Robin G (es) wrote: Loved it ! and I am not a Mormon... Oh well it its the same God , just different doctrine...
Asif K (gb) wrote: ok not her best but still i would want to see it
Byron B (jp) wrote: This was a fun midnight movie experience, but I'm also shocked at the level of madness it took to make this movie happen. When I first saw the trailer in the spring of 2015 about this film that never showed theatrically in the U.S. with its stats about no animals being harmed but dozens of cast and crew members receiving serious injuries, I was confused whether it was a narrative or a documentary about the making of this dangerous film. Mainly because of director/writer/producer/father Noel Marshall's appearance it appears to be a lost film from the 60s hippie culture period. Raising and "training" the wild lions may have taken quite a bit of time, but ultimately the flick was made as recently as 1981. I was intrigued to see all the big cats on screen (many of which do not naturally live together on the same continents), and, in fact, the wild animals from an elephant, to birds, to all the big cats are given writing credit for this tale. That got a big laugh from the audience, but it makes sense since there is no way to make so many animals play by human rules. Noel's wife, Tippi Hedren, put herself in another situation even more risky than working for Hitchcock in The Birds. Their three real life children are along for the ride as well. The silly plot involves Noel's character Hank building a new wildlife preserve in Africa where his family can live in peace, love, and harmony with the big cuddly beasts roaming freely around. His wife and three grown kids arrive at the airport and ride to the new house with no idea that they are expected to commune with dozens of carnivores. Meanwhile, Hank makes goofy, accident-prone trips to the airport and back to the house looking for his family. There's an African park ranger who works for Hank and his expressions are priceless throughout, especially when Hank eventually connects with his family and inconceivably tells them that everything is perfectly safe. There are subplots with two lions fighting for dominance, as well as big game hunters who don't like Hank's plan cruelly trying to kill as many of the big cats as they can find. This is a movie that will stick with me for its amazing visuals and for being funny for all the wrong reasons.
Anthony S (au) wrote: Just saw it on TCM. Worst movie I ever saw. What a waste of talent.
Vivian L (gb) wrote: coming of sound, baby! innovative camera work and of course, use of sound. and i thoroughly enjoyed the ending. take it back, yo.
Matt W (au) wrote: One of the 10 best science fiction movies of the past 15 years
Charlie E (es) wrote: it's a good movie, but the vin diesel aka first movie was better. still be would be great if both came out together in the next xxx movie aka the 4th one or if there will be a 5th movie.