Second Chance

Second Chance

The story tells of Russ Lambert (Robert Mitchum), a prize-fighter with a lethal right-handed punch, who through no fault of his own, killed a fighter in the ring. Since the fight his life has gone downhill.

Claire Sinclair is hiding in Mexico to avoid testifying against her gangster boyfriend. Her seclusion is made difficult by Cappy Gordon, a mob strongman out to kill her unless she runs off ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Second Chance torrent reviews

Pasha A (es) wrote: * My Favorite *A great film with an awesome script. This is a hard film to make and very disturbing to watch. Only with those long takes and masterful mise-en-scne you can describe the sorrow behind the rigid religions. so, Great job Dietrich Brggemann. I'm gonna follow you from now on!

(de) wrote: very fantastic movie

Kimberly W (es) wrote: the worst movie ever! Blasphemous and disgusting!

Janika Maria B (au) wrote: I love the 70's theme, and the spunk that all the characters had*

Fernando C (br) wrote: this is one of those movies that makes you want to take care of the planet and save it. great movie!

Russell H (br) wrote: actually pretty funny. entertaining story. Lillard was hilarious as Brubaker,

Ian M (ca) wrote: I thought this was a great movie and story - and doesn't have the cheesy cinematic endings like other "feel good" movies do

bill s (ru) wrote: Leno shows his chops as he carries this clunker to the finish line.

Pavan R (br) wrote: Not your typical commercial movie...a simple story of a single motherand her daughters..well told and enacted

Jennifer A (gb) wrote: [size=2]I'm beginning the rather lengthy task of entering into the database every film I have seen, at least those I have a decent memory of. Some may have the briefest of reviews while many will just have a number. Those films that I consider personal favorites and/or those that have some historical signficance I will add later when I have time for more lengthy reviews. [b]Twins[/b], directed by Ivan Reitman, stars Arnold Schwarznegger and Danny DeVito as twins sperated at birth who later reunite. This is Arnold's first attempt at comedy, and he isn't half-bad, but the major problem with this film is that it relies on one central joke. Not horrible, just mediocre comedy here. The film also features Kelly Preston and Chloe Webb. [b]Lust in the Dust[/b], directed by Paul Bartel, is a spood of old westerns which stars Tab Hunter and Divine. Although this film has a few funny moments, you can tell this isn't a John Waters film. If it was it would have been much better. [b]Criminal Law[/b], directed by Martin Campbell, is a pretty bad legal/crime thriller despite the presence of Kevin Bacon and Gary Oldham. [b]Road House [/b]was a failed attempt at cashing in on Patrick Swayze's popularity. [b]Perfect[/b] is the perfect example on why John Travolta's star had faded by the mid 80's. [/size]

Brad S (mx) wrote: This is an ok Charles Bronson film. Based on an Elmore Leonard story, and featuring music that Tarantino used in "Kill Bill.' The movie is for genre fans only.

Andy P (au) wrote: Fellini's warmly nostalgic, carnivalesque memory piece is an extravagantly funny and dreamlike evocation of childhood memories in the form of a ribald and sweet series of colourful vignettes full of memorable, larger than life characters and visual splendor.

Karsh D (it) wrote: The Carry On team go to the wild west, and the team are in fine form. The Rumpo Kid - Sid James is the star of the film but a worthy mention to the incredibly sexy Angela Douglas. Phwoar!!!!

Tolga T (kr) wrote: Great movie. RIP Paul Walker.

Emma D (kr) wrote: Loved this film ?? one film, two love stories.

Daniel P (mx) wrote: Despite a weak third act, Avengers: Age of Ultron is an action-packed sequel with engaging dialogue and performances that should satisfy both Marvel fans and general filmgoers.

Swoopy 1 (jp) wrote: this movie was a disappointment, both main characters dying? not a good movie

Stanley C (ag) wrote: Plot Synopsis: An annoying preachy white teenager wants his atheist professor to respect his Christian beliefs, so he tries to destroy atheism and tries to prove atheism completely wrong, completely forgetting how hypocritical he is and that he should have been emphasizing "Freedom of religion" NOT "Validation of religion". As an atheist, I hated this piece of shit movie so much. Well, Duck Dynasty, Kevin Sorbo, and David A.R. White, I'm so sorry I'm the problem with America. I'm so sorry I have my own independent thoughts and I refuse to be so conventional to just believe anything that churches tell me, I'm so sorry that I'm NOT a religious Evangelical conservative and I believe that evolution, global warming and dinosaurs are much more important than the Old and New Testaments depicting Adam and Eve then Issac, Abraham and Jesus. I'm so sorry that I believe that Stephen Hawking is CORRECT, I'm so sorry that I believe atheists have the right to be atheists, you are right David A.R. White, Kevin Sorbo, and Duck Dynasty, you yourselves are "NOT" retarded fuckhead bigots who spread propaganda emphasizing that religion is much more important than science.Let me tell you something: "There is NO GOD, and there's NEVER A GOD, and there will be no fucking God EVER. You're gonna die, and go in the ground, and that is it." - Bill Williamson, Rampage 2: Capital Punishment (a MUCH better 2014 movie than this piece of shit movie I might add)