In a seaside California town, best friends Mac and Nick are on opposite sides of the law. Mac is a former drug dealer trying to clean up his act, while Nick is a high-profile detective trying to take down a Mexican drug lord named Carlos. Soon Nick's loyalties are put to the test when he begins an affair with restaurateur Jo Ann -- a love interest of Mac's -- unwittingly leading his friend into a police-orchestrated trap.
Mac Mckussic and Nick Frescia are two longtime friends who grow up on the opposite of law. Suddenly, Nick Frescia is responsile for investigating a drug dealer who is Mac Mckussic. Both of them fall in love with Joo Ann who is the owner of a stylish restaurant and Nick Frescia decides to exploit her to bring Mac Mckussi to justice. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tequila Sunrise torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Very Poor Movie This just does not have a good feel to it and is not even a B Movie.
(gb) wrote: "There are triumphs, both in front of and behind the camera, but they often get overshadowed by a story that tries to do too much."
(au) wrote: It bores in some parts, and it's very strange--in fact one of the weirdest films to come out in recent memory. But overall it is enjoyable and quite endearing, thanks to the performances of the young actors and the way that it is filmed. The movie wins points also for its unique concept and plot. It intrigues and at times excites, even if the pacing is a bit off at times. It is quite memorable though.
(mx) wrote: VERY shocking that someone can be missed for 3 years. Very sad
(it) wrote: A gripping story that will be best enjoyed by those who are tolerant of third-rate acting.
(us) wrote: half star for the packaging...this movie is a sloppy mess, totally predictable and uninspired
(es) wrote: Really great movie. As much as it embarrasses me to so fully enjoy a film with entirely female protagonists that doesn't involve blood drenched violence and raunchy sex scenes, I really can't argue with its greatness.
(gb) wrote: A film like 'When Strangers Appear' serves as a worthy reminder of how difficult a well-constructed screenplay is to write by demonstrating how poorly it can be done! Truly an amateurish effort: a vehicle changes location without a driver, 3 men cannot chase down a 5'4" woman neither in their car nor on foot, enemies routinely appear from nowhere, and the hackneyed King of McGuffins, an unexplained computer disc. How original! These inadequacies disrupt what began as an intriguing mystery/thriller with a wounded drifter appearing at an offroad diner tended by a jaded waitress with a secret of her own. Unfortunately the writer seemed to have concocted his scenes first but then had no idea how to string them together. Josh Lucas and his cronies are fairly pedestrian, the only reason this gets two stars is the typically involving, realistic work from Radha Mitchell who draws us into her plight. And the final pre-credit scene is an ironic chuckler.But set in Oregon?? Ha ha, I don't think so!
(nl) wrote: I thought this would be good, and I was sadly mistaken. I hated the ending, too.
(br) wrote: Smart and entertaining, though fell short of moving me. A look at contemporary Czech society.
(mx) wrote: A slice of my childhood that I remember fondly. Not sure why this doesn't pop up on tv every Halloween. Kitschy fun for the whole family.
(de) wrote: So-so western that uses flashbacks and different P.O.V to tell it's story. It's affective in some films, but not so much this one. Newman's performance was a waste.
(au) wrote: Mostly unmemorable with a bloated storyline. Full review later.