Shoot to Kill
Sidney Poitier makes his long-overdue return to films in this 1988 thriller, playing an FBI agent on the trail of an elusive killer. Reluctantly teamed with tracker Tom Berenger, the city-dwelling Poitier braves the wilds of the Pacific Northwest in search of his quarry.
- Stars:Sidney Poitier, Tom Berenger, Kirstie Alley, Clancy Brown, Richard Masur, Andrew Robinson, Kevin Scannell, Frederick Coffin, Michael MacRae, Robert Lesser, Milton Selzer, Les Lannom, Walter Marsh, Frank C. Turner, Sam Hiona,
- Director:Roger Spottiswoode,
- Writer:Harv Zimmel (story), Harv Zimmel (screenplay), Michael Burton (screenplay), Daniel Petrie Jr. (screenplay)
Sidney Poitier returned to the big screen in this action-thriller, after a decade-long absence. When a cunning murderer vanishes into the rugged mountains of the Pacific Northwest, pursuing... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Shoot to Kill torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: It was a silly, cute kids movie. I'm a sucker for precious baby animals, so of course I enjoyed it...
(au) wrote: A reboot of the Gamera franchise the returns to the more kid-friendly roots found in the Showa-era Gamera flicks. The grim serious tone of the three previous entries are replaced with a more light-hearted one. The story does a pretty good job combining giant monster flick with a down-to-earth slice-of-life movie. The kid actors are very good and they never come across as bratty or annoying, a problem that plagued some of the Showa-era flicks. Gamera's suit design goes for a more "cute" look that is very far removed from the scary-looking suit from "Revenge of Iris". I don't mind this suit design because I don't think it would have fit the film's tone if Gamera looked scary. Although it is disappointing that they replaced Gamera's trademark roar. I wonder why they did that? Gamera fights a sea monster named Zedus. Zedus is not the most spectacular Gamera villain, but he does make for a tough opponent for him to fight. The fight scenes between the two monsters are well-written and executed. Even though it is a kids movie, this film is not too obnoxious and it does not call attention to the fact that it's kids movie. This film shows respect for both the kid audience and adults. It's a little slow at times, but by the end it becomes spectacle for the eyes. I would not have minded seeing a sequel to this, but it does a pretty good job as a stand-alone effort.
(it) wrote: Wow: Fairytopia what a beautiful pink world. ( I HATE pink!)
(nl) wrote: A group of inhabitants in the Louisiana swamps are terrorised by a group of fish that have been gentically modified to horrorfying proportions.Mutated creature movies have been around for a long time and some of them are classics, but unfortunately 'Frankenfish' does not fall into this category. The story is weak to say the least, and with the stock characters, lack of action and the seen it all before ending, this movie doesn't have a lot going for it. I would go as far to say that even with the shortish running time, it is long and boring. The fish themselves are probably the only redeeming feature as the over the top design and hokey animation give them a comedic feel that suits them perfectly. There are many better examples of this type of film out there, and I urge you to go and fish them out.
(mx) wrote: The absence of dialogue (apart from a song) lets the sounds of everyday life (in a Hungarian village in which the women are poisoning the men) come through. A rich visual puzzle that forces you to watch and not just gaze. Possibly just 10 minutes too long, though.
(it) wrote: Gang Tapes is a powerful, heavy, and emotional drama that is a prime example of the personal effect that POV can have on the audience.
(br) wrote: A solid drama with plenty of emotional scenes although perhaps a little too political towards the end.
(de) wrote: improbable comedy about a bachelor who juggles three live-in stewardesses and they don't know about each other. Will someone tell Jerry to to wear balck sox please !!!
(gb) wrote: even in 1960 germany you got gossip folks. Kirk Douglas does it again...
(es) wrote: Look no further, you found the blatent case of sexism on film. An exploitation film so over the top that Troma gave a little guilt of releasing this piece of stag cinema. It may not be the best that Troma can offer but its worth checking out for fans of exploitation and Troma, i know this movie might have its fans but i'm not one of them. I perfer "Mother's Day" over this.
(ag) wrote: Still a pretty decently funny movie. The plot was generic but had a lot of funny characters and a quick paced story.
(de) wrote: This film is as interesting as the town.