If Nick Barrow can stay alive for 21 days, he'll die happy. Everyone Nick knows wants him dead; Mob bosses, contract killers, and dirty cops. Performing the last act of a desperate man, Nick takes out a million dollar insurance policy on himself, payable to his estranged daughter. The problem? The policy doesn't take effect for 21 days. Nick knows they'll be lucky to be alive for twenty-one hours.
- Category:Crime, Drama, Thriller
- Stars:Hailee Steinfeld, Taraji P. Henson, Jon Favreau, Vince Vaughn, Jonathan Banks,
- Director:Peter Billingsley,
- Writer:Andy Lieberman (screenplay), Andy Lieberman (graphic novel), Nick Thornborrow (graphic novel)
A vengeful drug lord (Jordi Mollà) and three corrupt cops pursue a thief (Vince Vaughn) and his estranged daughter (Hailee Steinfeld). He then takes out a life insurance policy on himself to leave something for her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Term Life torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Seven Psychopaths, one and a half stars. For an "underrated" film, this is massively overrated. Walken is good, sure, but when the plot becomes the realization of Sam Rockwell's character's dream for a screenplay--and he tells you what is going to happen minutes before it actually happens--it becomes total bullshit. I don't need all the canned melodrama either. I had high hopes, but walk away supremely disappointed.
(nl) wrote: Unknown but AMAZING.
(br) wrote: An ever so informative piece, which focuses its lens on the National Film Registry, 'These Amazing Shadows' is a fascinating documentary that emphasizes the importance of film as not only an art-form, but as an important part of history. With interviews from big-name directors, actors, and writers, 'These Amazing Shadows' might be aimed more towards film enthusiasts, but its depiction of film's importance in society, as well as the maintenance and preservation of these vital pieces of history.Final Grade: A-
(au) wrote: I absolutely adore this movie. Frances McDormand is so awesome all the freaking time, and Amy Adams is incredibly cute. They make a great on-screen team. Lee Pace is hot as hell with his big puppy dog eyes, and he and Amy Adams work wonderfully together and make a beautiful couple. But the real highlight of this movie is Ciran Hinds and his connection with McDormand's Miss Pettigrew. It is one of the sweetest on screen relationships that I have ever seen. He played a wonderful man that you fall in love with as soon as he enters the picture.
(jp) wrote: Funny. Good acting by Michael Rapaport. I Felt Sorry For The Guy. I Really Wanted Him To Really Have Powers.
(de) wrote: too bad the pairing didn't work in real life
(ca) wrote: If I had to score a movie based on the number of times I've watched it this one would have to score 100%. I'm not going to though. Everything in this film is brilliantly achieved: the production, the design, the acting all work seamlessly in Loach's characteristic earthy (and often improvised) way, with more than a nod to George Orwell's Homage to Catalonia. Where it most succeeds however is in emotionally grabbing you, consoling you, then wrestling you to the floor and kicking you in the guts as you move from idealistic passion to betrayal and heartbreak along the Orwellian nightmare that was the Spanish civil war. Brilliant.
(es) wrote: plot isnt interesting, but the effects and creature designs are fuckin awesome.
(fr) wrote: Act of Valor is the real deal. No Robert McKee pod people or hypno-'How to Not Write a Script' to be found here Thank G-d. This is my mentor (never had the chance) Jean Luc Goddard amped on insane adrenline letting real guys lay it on you. In essence, it is true filmmaking IMO. And I've been around the block from culver city to burbank a few million times. stunning and in your face audacious. Jingoistic? Complexities? Tell that to the families of my three dear friends who feel no complexity after getting slaughtered on 9/11. Watch THE MAN WHO WOULD BE KING a few hundred times then try to watch what is considered today as 'on the edge' filmmaking. The only edge that has taken Hollywood is what seat you'll get for lunch at The Grill. Peace to all. 95%
(ru) wrote: Pretty run of the mill stuff but Nicholas Cage is always very watchable
(ca) wrote: This is an excellent BBC adaptation from T Hardy fatalistic tale with Nathaniel Parker and Paloma Baeza, which are superb in their roles, especially Parker who does a wonderful job as Gabriel Oak.
(br) wrote: An alcoholic small town cop transforms into a werewolf after being cursed; he continues his work as a police officer while in wolf form becoming much more of a vigilante than actual police officer. He kills armed robbers and meth dealers in the most brutal fashion. A fellow cop becomes suspicious, but his best friend totally embraces his friend's new form. Pretty damn good script and the effects are old-school rather than cgi.