Take a Chance

Take a Chance

It's a classic boy-meets-girl story, boy-loses-girl, boy gets mistaken for an escaped convict and ruthlessly chased by armies of cops across the countryside in a thrill-packed stunt-addled climax.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:10 minutes
  • Release:1918
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:one reeler,  

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Take a Chance torrent reviews

Andrew B (gb) wrote: According to this film, the meaning of life is found in musical Putti phalluses. Bizarre doesn't even begin to cover it, but it gives you an idea.

Kevin N (ca) wrote: Hilarious, crude, awesome!

Regina R (ag) wrote: This film is so boring. It is so predictable as it unfolds. It shows raw sex scenes which are deplorable. Not worth watching at all.

Jed G (fr) wrote: A pathetic excuse for a "feel-good" movie, with absolutely atrocious dialogue and some of the worst pacing I have ever seen in any movie. Soul Surfer does this a million times better.

nasia m (es) wrote: best and funniest movie ever omg lol made me laugh through the whole movie an after that I wanted to watch it again really funny you should watch it

Andrey B (br) wrote: This film evolves good laughs.

Dan H (nl) wrote: I was going to just give this film 4 stars ad move on...then I remembered that this is about as artful a western can get. Many people have a problem with the soundtrack, that the vocalists are terrible and, I almost was in agreement, except that I think they're style which I would call other-worldly was intentional. The music is there as a guide, it gives important information through its powerful notes and lyrics. "In her eyes is the answer, the answer to my life..." This film is about Kemoa, a half white half indian man, who returns home after the Civil War. He finds that his half brothers have joined a local gangster who runs the town through fear. His father is afraid to stand up to the man, and his former mentor, a black slave, is now a useless drunk. This film is essentially about redemption. Redemption for his father, for the black man george, and for Keoma himself. Keoma is man surrounded by death, pain, and sadness. Through a pregnant woman he puts death behind him and redeems himself into a new life. Its quite an amazing film. The cinematography is a few years ahead of its time and honestly, its almost breath taking. I literally sat up when I realized this film wasn't just another Spag Western. Watch for the witch...she's the personification of death.

Alyssa J (ru) wrote: Great movie! Didn't know what was going to happen till the very end. Kept you guessing the whole time.

Tyler P (jp) wrote: Thriller (trop) consensuel.

Sean H (de) wrote: Lee did his best to ruin this

Curt C (mx) wrote: After watching RL, I checked out some other reviews that mostly described this film as Hitchcockian. Here is the difference: Hitchcock would build tension and suspense throughout the film to the point that you were moved closer to the edge of your seat as the film progressed. One is never quite certain how things will proceed.Kahn creates a film that just filled me with a different sort of tension; annoyance. This is a lot of "build" for very little payoff, and by the time the payoff occurs I was more annoyed at the movie than on the edge of my seat. The constant driving just frustrated me even further.I promised myself I wouldn't forget how painful the first 30 minutes were, no matter how things turned out after that. Indeed, while RL clocks in at 100 minutes it feels more like three hours.

Luis R (jp) wrote: Once again Hollywood's McDonaldization of a great film fails miserably.

Lasse G (br) wrote: It has really been a popular trend lately, remaking old classic cartoons into live action movies. And that was also done with "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," but it's being redone and Eric, the Huntsman is getting a much bigger role this time around. This movie constantly tries to remind you that you are actually watching a remake of an old fairytale, but that they have done some changes, but it's not like we ever need to be reminded of that because we can see it and the only thing that is basically the same are some of the characters. Snow White and the Huntsman are some of the characters that we recognize and then not really. Then the dwarfs, but they have been changed for something that isn't exactly positive. The performances by Chris Hemsworth and Charlize Theron are great and they really knock it out of the park, even though the story doesn't really do that much to help the characters at all. Kristen Stewart is fine in the movie, but her performance only change slightly from her horrible performance in "The Twilight Saga" movies. The movie isn't really that good and it definitely doesn't get better no matter how many times you watch it.

Tom M (jp) wrote: The Rover is a quiet film and has a quiet message to go along with it but Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson make it a film you must experience.

Niek S (br) wrote: Seen in Spanish on a nightbus, which only added to the campy ridiculousness of the film: a bunch of Lord of the Rings/Troy /300-ish scenes sloppily slapped together by a filter-fetished editor.