The Devil's Advocate

The Devil's Advocate

A hotshot lawyer gets more than he bargained for when he learns his new boss is Lucifer himself.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:1997
  • Language:English,German,Italian,Mandarin,Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,   religion,   rape,  

An exceptionally adept Florida lawyer is offered a job to work in New York City for a high-end law firm with a high-end boss - the biggest opportunity of his career to date. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Linda F (ag) wrote: the ratings for this aren't great, but i enjoyed the movie. good cast!it was based on a best-selling novel - i think i'll look for the book. :)

Alberto M (nl) wrote: Utterly annoying and forgettable. I really don't think Manuel Puig was so selfish, boring and shallow. A movie filled with some bad acting, edting and cinematography. A complete failure and a disrespectful tribute to a great author.

Paul Z (ru) wrote: One of Hollywood's most idiosyncratic money-spinners, Joel Schumacher pairs two of our very most compelling actors in that timeless Odd Couple formula to show that even the most incompatible strangers can cultivate each other's humanity, and together they build a personal connection to face their uncertain futures. And both powerhouse stars have great physical gimmicks to play off of in their characters! Though Schumacher also disrupts his intriguing premise with tacked-on and overworked plot engines it didn't need to tell such a humanistic story, although the movie's overcrowdedness gives it full emotional and tonal flavor and paints a whole world and ensemble in a New York tenement world straight out of the movies.

Melissa F (gb) wrote: Missing Minnesota...so I thought why not. Not a bad movie, had a Clay pigeons kinda feel.

Greg W (mx) wrote: another boxing pic mixed with a family drama

Matthew C (fr) wrote: Dream Warriors brings the Nightmare on Elm Street series back into form. It contains the creative dream sequences that made the first one great, and has likeable characters unlike the second one. Freddy is funny in this film, but definitely is still scary at times. The ending is very satisfactory and I wasn't bored at all during this movie. There are some chessy moments our main characters have in this film, but other than that it is a good horror film.

Matt K (mx) wrote: This is unlike anything else I've ever seen. You need to see it too.

Alex B (es) wrote: It takes the words right out of my mouth, and it's as timely as ever (doesn't the factory manager uncannily resemble Sarkozy?).

Muffin M (us) wrote: In the fall of 1944 the rebellious G.I. John Reese (Steve McQueen is busted from staff sergeant back to private for drunkenness and is sent back to his former outfit, currently stationed near the Siegfried Line in Montigny. When his unit is assigned to defend an area facing a German pillbox, Reese's skills become evident. He advises squad leader Sgt. Larkin (Harry Guardino) on a ruse that creates the illusion that their unit is much larger than it is, temporarily deflecting an attack. The squad has been ordered to simply hold their ground, but believing it's only a matter of time before the Germans discover that they've been deceived, Reese leads an attack on the pillbox. also stars Bobby Darin, Fess Parker, Nick Adams, Mike Kellin, James Coburn, Joseph Hoover, Bill Mullikin, L.Q. Jones, Michele Montau, Don Haggerty, Bob Newhart and Stephen Ferry.directed by Don Siegel.

Pascal V (ru) wrote: Better than the later movies, less good than the first ones... a medium comedy based on the same story lines as the other marx brothers movies from that same period.

Movie K (nl) wrote: Short oldies. Not much about zombie but more of love story. Fails terribly. During WW1 at the Franco-Austrian Frontier, an oriental priest (William Crowell) is capture and held life imprisonment because he have the power to turn men into zombie. Roy D'Arcy kill him and steal the manuscript. George Cleveland the general suggest they must travel to Angkor, find the secret and destroy it. His daughter Dorothy Stone is also on board. Dean Jagger propose to her. She accepts it but actually like Robert Noland. The truth is reveal and Dean accept the fact. He seems to find a lead to the secret and alone went to the temple. He follow a monk to a secret location and found a tablet carving. But he is dismiss because he left to Angkor on his own. Dean do the experiment on his helper Teru Shimada and succeed. Roy finds him for the formula and Dean summon Teru to kill him. Robert and Dorothy are planning to escape but is too late. Dean tell Dorothy if she go back to his embrace, he will not kill Robert. Dean don't wish to use the power to make Dorothy love him and free the spell. All the people under his spell awakens and destroy his lab. The soldiers kill Dean.

Keith H (nl) wrote: Slapstick overload, but funny nonetheless.

Ravan Florentin P (ru) wrote: ending sux, and the fight drags on

Karen H (mx) wrote: 2017-01-05 not very satisfying. The end video that played when the 400 days were up must have been prerecorded.

Patrick L (br) wrote: "The activity has officially worn off"DVD Movie Review: Paranormal Activity: The Ghost DimensionDate Viewed: January 17 2016Directed By Gregory PlotkinScreenplay By Jason Harry Pagan, Andrew Deutschman, Adam Robitel and Gavin Hefferman, Story By Brantley Aufill, Andrew Deutschman and Jason Harry Pagan, Based on "Paranormal Activity" created by Oren PeliStarring: Chris J. Murray, Brit Shaw, Dan Gill, Ivy George, Olivia Taylor Dudley, Michael Krawie, Chloe Csengery, Jessica Tyler Brown, Hallie Foote and Mark Steger.Thank God this is the last installment. "Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension" is an epic bummer of a finale. The sixth installment has more jump-scares and cliches than ever before and characters who have never seen a horror movie in their lives. I know I keep saying that in my reviews for other horror movies in the past but if you listen to my advice, I think I my might save your life. If somebody in your family does strange things and has an imaginary friend named Toby, run for your life immediately because you may not survive.Unfortunately, the characters try to help the child and keep falling into these horror movie cliches. Don't you think it's finally time to enroll yourself in a horror movie survival class? I think so. "Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension" also let's us see the activity for the first time but come on people, do you think it really matters? Also, this is the first film in "Paranormal Activity" franchise to have special effects. Really people! Special effects are not the solution to make a found footage horror movie better. Oh wait, "The Ghost Dimension" was presented in 3D as well. Yep, this series has really gone downhill.The plot revolves around, Ryan Fleege (Chris J. Murray), his wife, Emily (Brit Shaw) and their 8-year-old daughter, Lelia (Ivy George) as they move to a new house in Palo Alto, California. They are about to celebrate Christmas in a couple of weeks and Ryan's brother, Mike (Dan Gill) moves in as well after breaking up with his girlfriend. Soon, strange things start happening, Lelia begins talking to an imaginary friend named Toby and Ryan and Mike find a box of old video tapes dating back to 1988-1992.In the video footage are Kristi and Katie Featherston along with their mother and her boyfriend, Dennis. They realize that the house used to belong to them until they mysteriously disappeared. Soon, Lelia becomes less talkative with her family and this worries Ryan and Emily so they hire Father Todd (Michael Krawie) to fix their situation. Things don't turn out well as Lelia attacks the priest. Desperate to free their daughter from the activity, Ryan, Emily and Father Todd are now attempting to trap the demon in a ghost circle.The activity has officially worn off for this franchise. "Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension" is a fright-less sequel, it's almost as if the filmmakers took bits and pieces from the other "Paranormal" installments and put them into this final installment. The creativity here is so bankrupt, I bet Paramount wanted to jump off the sinking ship as well, apparently they have. Usually when a big movie franchise like this comes to an end, the big studio will put the last installment in as many theaters as they can. Surprisingly, Paramount decided to only release it in 1,500 theaters and have it be available to buy or rent on a few digital outlets. That was a total shocker. In the end, "The Ghost Dimension" only grossed $18 million domestically making it the lowest-grossing film in the "Paranormal Activity" franchise. Paramount tried their new strategy again on "Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse" and it didn't do well either.The movie was directed by Gregory Plotlkin who previously served as editor for the previous four installments in the franchise and his direction is clumsy and incompetent. Is this movie really the end of the "Paranormal Activity" series. I hope so but I doubt it. In ten years or so, Paramount will probably make another sequel or perhaps try to reboot the franchise but no matter what happens, the found footage genre already ran it's course a long time ago.