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The Interceptors torrent reviews
Tony R (es) wrote: All due deference to the women angle... This movie has the worst acting I have ever seen. Literally every role was cast horribly. It's just awful.
Josh P (it) wrote: Dick Proenneke is my hero. This documentary is EPIC. You should see it. No, seriously.
Brian J (ca) wrote: Oh, boy. You know, I really do love the Kevin Smith movies, but this is such a lame rip-off of Kevin Smith's jokes. It's too slow, too boring, and they don't even tell the time-honored jokes very well. It's Clerks in a billiards store with horrid acting and worse screenwriting.
Amanda Emilie M (de) wrote: A very disappointing end after two masterpieces by Lindsay. It was a huge mess and so many things going on at the same time. The ending was also really strange and came right in your face. There was no build-up to the climax. It had some good points and the acting was good, but I felt that the cast had so much more to give and the script could have been way better if it was more worked on (like if.... and O Lucky Man!). It had potential but it turned out to be too dissapointing.
Brad S (ca) wrote: I hadn't seen this John Carpenter film since I was a teen so it was nice to revisit it. Based on Stephen King's book about a killer car. The movie isn't great, but I found it enjoyable. There's a lot of humour to it, and the practical effects are excellent. I also occasionally listened in on the director commentary with John Carpenter and star Keith Gordon who also became a director, it's both informative and entertaining. Worth a watch for genre fans.
luis o (mx) wrote: This is my first encounter with a western espionage movie and who better to play the spy than gary cooper. Not a great film by any means, a merely entertaining one. Cooper plays a disgraced northern soldier who really is just going undercover to find out who is jeopardizing the northen efforts.
Martin T (us) wrote: A light, funny, sexy romance/comedy with a clever plot device. The film has many intriguing facets... not just the symmetries, but also the asymmetries. Ophuls is working with what appears to be a formal structure, but doesn't mind bending the rules once in a while. It's interesting to see how each person functions in two different relationships, themselves always being consistent in character but placed in a different context. And I hardly need to mention that the photography is fantastic.
Steven P (us) wrote: One of the great comedies of all time !
Kieron K (fr) wrote: Hmmmm yes erm i watched this anyway moving on .............