Private Eyes

Private Eyes

After being punched in the nose, Sach finds out that he has the ability to read minds. Slip and the gang start up a detective agency try to cash in on Sach's new powers.

After being punched in the nose, Sach finds out that he has the ability to read minds. Slip and the gang start up a detective agency try to cash in on Sach's new powers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Private Eyes torrent reviews

WS W (jp) wrote: Young generations' restless reactions against social institutions, grown-ups' coming to terms with reality- are just all merely serving the main 'she loves him but he loves him" theme, of which seems more likely to be what everybody really cares about actually.

JJ M (jp) wrote: So I may have come late to this trilogy and as a result may have been lost in the zone of unknowingness at times, but I felt betrayed by the whole thing, particularly the trailer, which smacked of romance and general comforting Italianess (plus Bellucci and de Niro are only part of one short story at the end of the film FYI!!). But this turns out to be a slapstick comedy, which, granted, will provide some side-splitting moments, but on the whole, becomes an incomprehendable, confusing and chessy mess. Now not to be a cynical prick about it, (and I wouldn't jump to the conclusion that it's JUST a vehicle for de Niro to impress with his new-found ability to speak the mother language) and I did enjoy moments in it but it just doesn't endear me to cross the cultural divide and embrace the modernity of 'sexy' Italy right at this moment (I would gladly embrace Monica Bellucci anyday though!). Having said that it will be popular no doubt.

Josh M (us) wrote: Why does Shark Night have in-depth character development? Character development in this type of film is a waste of time. I want to see gore and good kills. The story is unsatisfactory and gore is no where to be found.

Julia F (nl) wrote: I HATE chick flicks. When I was hesitant wanting to watch it because I thought it was a chick flick. The only reason I wanted to watch it was because Dave Annable is HOT. But this movie is NOT A CHICK FLICK. It was great! Intense, action packed, and hilarious. A little romance at the end but whatever. This movie was great an I recommend it to EVERYONE!

Paul L (nl) wrote: Great idea and acting, OK execution.

Jason K (br) wrote: Very well done and interesting for all ages

Brandon W (nl) wrote: It's hard for me to review a documentary without just giving you guys a list of facts. But what I can tell you is that Michael Moore perfectly spends 2 hours carefully explaining how George W. Bush "destoryed" the United States of America. How he was able to turn the American public into people oozing with fear and how he was able to take those fearful teenage boys and send them to a war that they had no business being a part of. If you are interested in politics, this is a must watch. I think this may be the best time to watch it before the polls open for Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton. Michael Moore makes politics interesting and he does it here very well.

Gerry R (ag) wrote: I saw the first film a long time ago and didn't recall it was this amateurish. While I have little to no doubt these 3 guys are the victims of yet another false conviction, the movie doesn't present their case as well as it seems it can be made, focussing more on things that are entertaining. Like the loose cannon step-father of one victim, whom the movie seems just as intent on framing as the justice system was intent on framing the three accused in this case. And like Damien Echols, it seems the movie is convicting the stepfather mainly for being weird. Still, these cases are invariably rivetting and tragic, and this film brings those aspects out well.

VJ B (mx) wrote: So THAT'S why Tarantino was the successful one...

Jon H (es) wrote: Rather lame cross-dressing-meets-Mighty-Ducks comedy wherein Rodney's a soccer coach. His one-liners give this film most of it's fuel, but if you're in the mood, you might find it funny.

Jay H (ag) wrote: This is our modern day "Slap Shot". Very well done movie, funny and serious at the right moments, and really shows the side of the most underrated players in a hockey club.