Radio talk show therapist Sonny Blake (Rose McGowan) moves back to her childhood home on seemingly idyllic Rosewood Lane after her alcoholic father dies. But upon arrival in the old neighborhood, Sonny discovers her neighbors are terrified of the local paperboy (Daniel Ross Owens). She thinks this is ridiculous, until she encounters the boy himself. It turns out that he is a cunning and dangerous sociopath, one who may have gruesomely killed her father - and others.
- Stars:Rose McGowan, Lin Shaye, Lauren Vélez, Ray Wise, Bill Fagerbakke, Lesley-Anne Down, Rance Howard, Ashton Moio, Judson Mills, Daniel Ross Owens, Steve Tom, Sonny Marinelli, Mark Irvingsen, Emilia Gajek, Christopher Gehrman,
- Director:Victor Salva,
- Writer:Victor Salva
When radio talk show psychiatrist, Dr. Sonny Blake, moves back to her hometown, she takes notice of her neighborhood paper boy's unusual behavior. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Rosewood Lane torrent reviews
(au) wrote: President Lincoln's mother is killed by a supernatural creature, which fuels his passion to crush vampires and their slave-owning helpers. The secret life of our nation's favorite president...as history's greatest hunter of the undead.
(ca) wrote: While it lacks a certain amount of depth, These Amazing Shadows is a good documentary detailing the importance of cinematic history.
(mx) wrote: lol, the movie was a comical representation of a drug deal trio gone wrong. Quite funny, but the movie contained quite pervasive language which ruined it for me personally... Not worth watching unless you have say clean flix. Even if you do tho, it will be like 80% of the script muted :P
(kr) wrote: Great film great action from all actors
(de) wrote: The same old story again and again and again
(jp) wrote: Although less intelligent and fancy, and a whole lot more insecure, Eric Bana plays aussie career criminal "chopper" as some kind of modern day Alex DeLarge. Joie de vivre, disproportionate ego and paranoia ignite a cinematic cocktail with a brutal, darkly humourous and strangely engrossing taste.
(nl) wrote: hey remember Rankin Bass animations you loved when you were a kid.. well those same people made a King Kong film.. also they have a evil mastermind called "dr.Who" and a giant robotic King Kong as well..a total cheesefest but i liked it better then King Kong (1976)
(mx) wrote: This wasn't as amusing as I thought it'd be. I much preferred the sequel, "Scream, Blacula, Scream!", as it starred Pam Grier.
(au) wrote: The original was better.
(kr) wrote: It's got excellent performances and is able to create a great atmosphere, but Hard Candy fails to live up to that atmosphere by never really acting on its promises. In other words, the audience is constantly waiting for the characters to act on what they say they're going to do, but they never do.
(ag) wrote: Parece que a RTP1 assumiu a responsabilidade que a RTP2 tinha de passar "o filme bom da semana ", e foi assim que "Performance" apareceu perdido na madrugada de domingo passado. Aos poucos, um qualquer bravo resistente na programao da RTP1 anda a enviar sinais de fumo para quem quiser fazer uma boa descoberta por semana. Obrigado. "Performance" a todos os nveis uma descoberta e um filme com caractersticas rarssimas de se ver em canal aberto. Ao tropear nele, durante o zapping antes de ir dormir, demorei algum tempo a perceber o que se estava a passar, o que sempre ptimo sinal. Fiquei depois a saber que se tratava do filme que revelou ao mundo a inconfundvel linguagem de Nicolas Roeg (realizador capaz de nos deixar de queixo cado no cho ao segundo filme), ou pelo menos quela parte do mundo que arranjou estmago e cabea para mergulhar numa trip de identidades mltiplas como raramente se viu no cinema dos grandes estdios (a Warner Bros. financiou "Performance" e nunca soube muito bem o que fazer com ele). Nesta primeira vez, desisti de o tentar compreender depois de 30 minutos estonteantes e acabei por me sentir recompensado com um dos melhores festins visuais dos ltimos tempos.
(mx) wrote: Disappointed Great tv showBad Movie. Do disappointed