After years of pursuit, Assistant D.A. Martin Ferguson has a good case against Murder, Inc. boss Albert Mendoza. Mendoza is in jail and his lieutenant Joseph Rico is going to testify. But Rico falls to his death and Ferguson must work through the night going over everything to build the case anew.
- Stars:Humphrey Bogart, Zero Mostel, Ted de Corsia, Everett Sloane, Roy Roberts, Michael Tolan, King Donovan, Bob Steele, Adelaide Klein, Don Beddoe, Tito Vuolo, John Kellogg, Jack Lambert,
- Director:Bretaigne Windust, Raoul Walsh,
- Writer:Martin Rackin
A crusading district attorney finally gets a chance to prosecute the organizer and boss of Murder Inc. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Enforcer torrent reviews
(es) wrote: A fantastic film. One to watch with the family. South Korea is my favourite cinema and this film proves it why.
(ru) wrote: Not a fan at all and a waste of time in my opinion
(ag) wrote: well i had a look but it wasn't my cup of tea
(jp) wrote: I used to watch this all the time when I was a child but it was not until I watched it again years later that I realized how strange this film is, when it started I just looked at the scenario and its very off putting, strange and just plain weird! I am not going to hold it against my rating of the movie but it was just so weird, although I never really thought about it after a few minutes. Nevertheless, I found it quite enjoyable and charming for what it was, it was well animated, short and very funny, the cats were a laugh riot. The audience rating baffles me so.
(ag) wrote: I LOVE ALL RUSH HOUR MOVIES!!
(fr) wrote: Tpelig film. Kevin Mckidd og Hugo Weaving er med, men det hjelper ikke. Den fortjener likevel ros for bevege seg litt p kryss og tvers av grensene.
(de) wrote: Great movie, lots of thrills.
(mx) wrote: I haven't seen Thrashin since back in the day but it was pretty cool in that age. As a total nonskater who wasn't any good, it was either watch this or play Skate or Die.
(es) wrote: Cold war/espionage thriller starring Charles Bronson, Lee Remick, and others. I always like espionage thrillers since they can be such a challenge to the mind. This one is no exception. The story is intricate and exciting. Every time you wonder what Pleasance's next move will be, just like many of the characters do. The different locations of the agents provide a nice and varied view of the States, and of course there is Russia too. Nice mixture of indoor and outdoor locations on top of that. The women in the movie were a nice touch. The ending seemed a bit too easy, but I suppose it worked. I was just wondering why Pleasance had to travel around himself instead of just making the calls from one single location. Surely this would have spoilt much of the pace and excitement of the movie, but I thought it would be more logical from Pleasance's point of view. I guess this is not the best movie in its genre, but it is definitely a good one.
(es) wrote: A tense, thrilling submarine war film with a nice tone to it, like "The Hunt for Red October." (B+)(Full review coming soon - with better wording)
(kr) wrote: This film follows the drama of stampeding last-minute Christmas shoppers as they fight over a limited and very popular not-Iron Man doll. It establishes a world where dads must prove their love and worth by pulling off this one crucial gift-giving gesture. Which dad will pull it off and be the best: Sinbad's disgruntled postal worker cliche, Phil Hartman's best Ned Flanders post-Maude impression, or Arnold Schwarzenegger's confusingly buff white collar work-a-holic dad impression? Which bratty 90s child even deserves this doll? Amid all the shopping chaos, this film raises the question, what have we become? Then instead of answering it, more chaos ensues, and then it raises another question, what has become of this film? In the end, you'll be too exhausted to care and too enamored with Schwarzenegger's awkward face acing and flawless delivery.Tagline: How far will you jingle?