Shot In The Dark

Shot In The Dark

Documentary Filmmaker Adrian Grenier documents his attempt to reunite with his estranged father.

Documentary Filmmaker Adrian Grenier documents his attempt to reunite with his estranged father. And Adrian goes on a quest with his best friend to meet his father. Film with the appearance of many stars Carl Dunbar, Debbie Dunbar, Esther Dunbar is very successful. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Shot In The Dark torrent reviews

Robert S (kr) wrote: Pretty exciting noir thriller with mucho twists and turns. A little silly, but that's par for the course.

Ken S (us) wrote: Great film about a man who is conflicted as to whether he is having visions of a major oncoming storm, or if he is actually beginning to show signs of mental illness, a real concern since his mother is mentally ill. Jeff Nichols showcases some fantastic filmmaking skill, while Michael Shannon gives one hell of a powerful performance. A great film with visuals and a story that will stick with you long after you've watched it.

Zabit K (us) wrote: motivation ..dedication ...spirit and bravery ....thumbs up for it....

Lester Y (ag) wrote: pretty good and illuminating for what it is. most striking thing about it is that it puts you through a series of strong, unexpected emotional twists that's as depressing as it is reassuring, depending on the subject.

Nadya N (mx) wrote: I simply adore Julie Deply!!!!!!!!!! An amazing and hilarious movie with just the right amount of quick and smart dialogue!

E P (us) wrote: Very confusing until the end. Then it all makes sense.

BUsby B (us) wrote: dis movie had me rollin

Bradley D (es) wrote: Hopkins is great, but I found myself waiting for a climax that never arrived. Disappointing.

trina t (au) wrote: great love story and meet at sundance

Stuart K (kr) wrote: Bill Forsyth was one of the most promising talents of the 1980's with films like Gregory's Girl, Local Hero and Comfort and Joy. However, all that came crashing down around him, when he made this well-intentioned but flawed allegory of the human condition. The story is split into 5 different timelines, but they all follow the character of Hector (Robin Williams), who is a figure in a study of social history. We see him as a caveman in Pre-historic times, trying to fend off raiders, we see him as a slave to his doomed Roman master Lucinnius (John Turturro), then we see Hector in Medieval times falling for Friulian beauty Beatrice (Anna Galiena), then as Portuguese Rennaisance man in the aftermath of a shipwreck, then as a modern day New York real estate tycoon, trying to connect with his children, all connected by little coincidences. It's a thoughtful film, and one whose central message is one of us just being who we are, until the next life. Williams gives off (a few) good performances), but it could have used some of the whimsy that made Forsyth's early films work so much, (the film was a bad victim of studio meddling), but Scotland looks beautiful, and it has a good supporting cast including Vincent D'Onofrio, Bill Nighy, Ewan McGregor. Robert Carlyle, David Morrissey and William H. Macy. ;)

Aaron E (au) wrote: Would've been so much better with two people of the same race. The whole "we look so much alike" thing just didn't work at all and the fact all these people never thought he just had the wrong licence, didn't check his fingerprints until REALLY late and none of them found it strange that he had suddenly got muscley, a different facial structure and most obviously... was strangely no longer a white man. Just too hard to believe. If this was made with two more well known actors it'd get slated more than anything. Imagine it with Kevin Spacey and Denzel Washington or something.

Molly C (de) wrote: Well, who else would you blame it on? I'm sure the wackiness ensues and zany antics abound but I'll have to pass.

Lori L (es) wrote: I thoroughly enjoyed this movie...I didn't really have any idea what it was about and I was so pleasantly surprised. My initial reaction was that it was one of the best movies I have ever seen. I can't recommend it highly enough...

Cory K (ag) wrote: An important film that's topic of racism isn't overshadowed or diminished by good drama and romance.

Bill W (us) wrote: This is very funny and it has a circus, which makes it even better. There are some continuity flaws and the non Marx Brothers musical numbers in between the action have to be endured. This movie has Eve Arden being very bad and sexy, though, in my opinion, there could have been more of her. It has the delightful Lydia the Tattooed Lady. It also has a gorilla that steals the movie's ending from everyone else. In addition to all that the Marx Brothers are at the top of their form in this. I very highly recommend it.

Eliot W (ca) wrote: Such terrible scene writing and unbelievable plot points.

Javier E (de) wrote: James Franco protagoniza este intento de drama (o thriller) en el cual accidentalmente atropella a un nino y con esto marca para siempre a su pequeno hermano que lo acompanaba, mientras que el personaje de Franco (un escritor) continua con su vida. El problema de esta cinta de Wim Wenders es que se pierde entre nostalgia, depresion, drama romantico, intento de union familiar, etc y ni siquiera la decente actuacion de Franco la puede salvar, aunque la hace mas llevadera. Solo para fans.