Ernest (Stick) Stickley just out of prison agrees to help a friend deliver a package. It's a setup and his friend is killed. Stick is going to find out why!

Ernest (Stick) Stickley returns from prison, and very soon he gets involved with his old friend in a drug-running deal that goes sour. Hired by a rich investor, he tries to walk the line, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Stick torrent reviews

Rianna S (mx) wrote: Ok movie, A bit like My Best Friends Wedding. Good one liners but you know how its going to end before you have even got half way throung the movie.Not one I would watch again anytime soon.

Adam H (it) wrote: Came off as banal, tongue-in-cheek nothingness. There was surprising faithfulness to the original book, though this was coupled exclusively with limp and brief 'cameos' by actors who should have known better, an uneven performance by the title character, and a general awkward nature to the screenplay. Disappointing.

Charlie R (de) wrote: Seen it, but only remember small parts and that I thought it was okay.

Rocio B (gb) wrote: una joyita de los Kevin Bacon ;)

Felipe F (it) wrote: Raiders of the Lost Ark is an epic and entertaining adventure with riveting special effects elevated by Steven Spielberg's assured direction.

William W (it) wrote: Though it has its faults, this is a fine and enjoyable film from Vincent Price's Boxed Set III. It has a great and suitable ending as well. You'll especially be fond of this if you appreciated Price's diabolical character, slightly earlier, in 'The Conquering Worm'--it's a very similar shade from Price's acting palette.


Rex R (br) wrote: Bizarre fun that was an early milestone in filmmakers going as far away from normality as they chose.

Matt G (de) wrote: Finding Dory is good on its own, but its biggest accomplishment is the weight and history it gives to Nemo. Not that it even needed it, being among Pixar's best blends of humor, heart, visuals, and characters. We learn everything we need to know about Nemo and Marlin in the first 5 minutes, with an opening that is taut and unbearably sad. It also contains my favorite bit of Pixar dialogue: (Dory): "Time to let go" (Nemo): "How do you know something bad isn't gonna happen?" (Dory): "I don't!"

David B (ag) wrote: With this cast, I expected a lot more. It was a stylishly set film but the story weakens towards the end and some of the dialogue was terrible.

James P (jp) wrote: A musical on the big screen!!

Grisel T (jp) wrote: need to see it great full of action great movie