State of Grace

State of Grace

Terry Noonan returns home to New York's Hells Kitchen after a ten year absence. He soon hooks up with childhood pal Jackie who is involved in the Irish mob run by his brother Frankie. Terry also rekindles an old flame with Jackie's sister Kathleen. Soon, however, Terry is torn between his loyalty to his friends and his loyalties to others.

Gone for a decade, Terry Noonan (Sean Penn) is welcomed back into the fold in his Irish-American neighborhood in New York City. Soon, however, Terry is torn between his loyalty to his friends who are involved in the Irish mob and his loyalties to others. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


State of Grace torrent reviews

Leong C (au) wrote: Impactful, nicely executed prison flick...

Cilicia G (ca) wrote: Scooby dooLego movie

chris cross c (ca) wrote: I don't know why. But I just found myself bored through the whole movie.

Robert V (fr) wrote: Loved the Dancing! Chris a Brown was fun to watch and Josh Holloway was a great lead to coach this group of B Boys to make this a cool 3D movie.

Ad O (jp) wrote: seriously, can all the dudes just give up and let the women run the world? now please.

Brad R (kr) wrote: Starts good, finishes terribly

George D (mx) wrote: It was wonderful and refreshing to see Molly Shannon in a dramatic role. This film suited her entirely and revolved around her performance with ease. This film was thoughtful with a delightful oddball quality to it which made it very enjoyable.

Mary R (mx) wrote: this film is quite easy and kinda kind work. I watched after recommendation and haven't complained. The picture is not perfect but there are many scenes which you will remember for a long time. I still don't get why this movie gets so much mixed reviews.

Demonic N (ca) wrote: This looks really crap.

Carlos Javier P (gb) wrote: Simplemente fenomenal este "super cast", historia, ambiente.

Stuart K (ag) wrote: Directed by Roger Spottiswoode, then hot off the success of Turner & Hooch (1989), he took on this adaptation of Christopher Robbins' 1979 book which focuses on a side of the Vietnam War that not many people know about. It was originally to have been directed by Richard Rush (The Stunt Man (1980)), but there were numerous directors and actors attached before it ended up as it was. It's not bad, but it is a bit ramshackle in places, but there's fun to be had. During the Vietnam War in 1969, pilot Billy Covington (Robert Downey, Jr.) is sent to Laos to help with the war effort there after the Vietnamese invade Laos. But, it's a top secret covert job done by the CIA, which no-one can know about. Billy is employed as part of the Air America "civilian group" which sends supplies to civilians in Laos, he's working with pilot Gene Ryack (Mel Gibson), who knows all the tricks of the trade. Meanwhile, Senator Davenport (Lane Smith) has come from Washington to investigate alleged drug trafficking rumours, while trying to appease Royal Laotian General Lu Soong (Burt Kwouk) who has an opium trade going on. It's trying to be another M*A*S*H, and it was marketed as a knockabout buddy buddy comedy, but it's a lot darker than it makes out. But, Gibson and Downey make a good partnership on screen, but that's one of the few saving graces about this film.

Vincent O (gb) wrote: Adapted from the novel by Elmore Leonard. Burt Lancaster made three westerns all in a row, 'Valdez', 'Lawman', and the mighty 'Ulzana's Raid'. Here he plays a softly spoken (mexican) constable, who is set up to kill an innocent man. Lancaster shows his class and is almost perfect as the quiet man, on a mission for bloody revenge.

Sean C (ru) wrote: It's said to be such a horrible movie, but I rather enjoyed it. Don't try to understand it. Just revel in the over indulgence because that's what this movie is. I mean, the director was so full of himself that he spent 6 hours shooting a cake. It's totally ridiculous and it's not the only time that Gore Vidal disowned an adaptation of his novel. There was also Caligula. Which I also loved. Notice that for both of these films, he was actually involved in the original screenplay. God, that guy should stay away from Hollywood.

Jamison R (au) wrote: A partially fictionalized yet well told bio of a young Abe Lincoln. Henry Fonda was superb in the lead role.

Jamie C (ag) wrote: Brilliant film, Very claustrophobic, Ryan Reynolds does excellent to keep us hooked, And he does well to say he's in a wooden box all through the film, Easily one of his best acted films.

Karrald G (nl) wrote: Just a strange outcome all together

Jacob B (gb) wrote: It's no The Incredibles but Megamind's strong visuals, great voice acting, spectacular action sequences (which look even greater in 3-D) and humour make it a reasonably entertaining diversion (albeit not a classic).

Sui G (mx) wrote: Heard it was really good!

Neil W (nl) wrote: Makes you question the point of living.