The Last Mile
Richard Walters is condemned to death for a murder he claims not to have committed. He arrives on death row just before a brutal inmate leads the other convicts in a violent uprising. Walters gets caught up in the riot, while on the outside his friends are trying to find evidence of his innocence.
- Stars:Howard Phillips, Preston Foster, George E. Stone, Noel Madison, Alan Roscoe, Paul Fix, Al Hill, Daniel L. Haynes, Edward Van Sloan, Louise Carter, Ralph Theodore, Jack Kennedy, Albert J. Smith, William Scott, Kenneth MacDonald,
- Director:Samuel Bischoff,
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The Last Mile torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Very good film and story but a little slow to start. Continued with a calm but powerful feeling to it.
(it) wrote: So bizarre, it's fantastic.
(ag) wrote: Silver Linings PlaybookBeautiful romantic film with unexpected change of emotion between scenes, powered by Top-Class cast, Silver Linings Playbook shows how charming mental sickness romance can be.
(kr) wrote: War, Inc. is a heavy handed and lazy satire that's overly concerned with its political message. The story follows a hitman who's sent to take out an Arab leader in the war-torn country of Turaqistan, which is being policed and rebuilt by private U.S. contractors. John Cusack, Hilary Duff, and Marisa Tomei lead the cast and their performances are pretty good. But the script is poorly written and there's nothing clever or subtle about its ham-fisted lampooning of the Bush Administration. Still, some of the comedy works and is outlandishly funny at times. Yet despite delivering a few laughs, War, Inc. is a clunky and convoluted film.
(au) wrote: You just don't do this to a Gabriel Garcia Marquez story, it's cruel to his readers and to art in general. Filmmakers should finally embrace the fact that Gabo's stories are simply not filmable, they can only exist on the page and must remain there forever. The delicate fantasy, exuberance, passion, and unique tone of Garcia Marquez's work is, of course, absent here. Without it, Florentino is just a womanizer/stalker and the story is far from likeable. I hated this movie. I hated the way the story was set out. I was appalled at Javier Bardem's horrid old make up; still he is such a great actor that he managed to invest the character with some dignity behind all that execrable junk. But not even he could save this ship from sinking. And of course, they choose to make a story set in Colombia in English, even though out of the whole cast only Benjamin Bratt and Liev Schreiber are native English-speakers. But God forbid Hollywood should make a movie with subtitles. I wish Garcia Marquez had never granted these people the rights to massacre one of his greatest stories. Apparently Newell did not realize this was no Harry Potter, and felt he could take on the more complex challenge of translating it to the screen. Oh well, who are we kidding, even his HP was a flop.
(de) wrote: sweet and delightful
(ag) wrote: I can't rate it. I wasn't concentrating for the first 30mins, then I finally sat down and I fell into sleep. I think it's quite boring. One dimensional story.
(ag) wrote: this is one of my favorites. its a hallmark movie
(de) wrote: Blood curdling action inevitably in the swords and sandals epic. Crowe dominates proceedings here.
(jp) wrote: This film is crap. Do not waste your time. Horrible actings, terrible dialogues, frustrating attempt to be poetic. I was ashamed that this film was showed in London and acclaimed as a brazilian master piece.
(mx) wrote: One of the best thrillers I have ever seen.
(nl) wrote: If only I had discovered this earlier, at least I watched it and loved it. Anthony Michael Hall pulls all the stops being likeable as much, if not more, than his performance on National Lampoon's Vacation.