The Liability

The Liability

When 19-year-old Adam agrees to do a day's driving for his mum's gangster boyfriend Peter, it takes him on a 24-hour journey into a nightmarish world of murder, sex trafficking and revenge, in the company of aging hit man Roy.

A 19-year-old boy, Adam, lives with his mother, Nicky, in her gangster boy-friend's house, Peter. One day, he has to do a drive for Peter for one day, after he sees a crime video on Peter's laptop. On this 24 hours, young and naive Adam start a journey full of murder, sex trafficking and revenge. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Liability torrent reviews

Vaughan A (br) wrote: old fashioned cop film.watching with big g

Tonje M (gb) wrote: I really liked this movie, and the director Katherine Brooks is awesome. Can't wait to see other movies by her. Loving Annabelle was actually the first gay movie I saw.

Andrew M (ca) wrote: Meet the Fockers is hilarious and entertaining. Meet the Fockers is a step up from Meet the Parents. This movie has a great cast and has a very good plot. Ben Stiller and Robert De Niro are hilarious together. I would very much suggest this movie.

Keegan D (nl) wrote: There are two portions I like and dislike about Osmosis Jones. Let's start with the moments I like about this movie and that is the animated moments. I like how the world inside the human body looks. It's well creative and enjoyable at the same time. I feel like I'm back in my 7th grade science class when I saw this movie. The character designs looks exactly like what I think of cells germs and viruses in the human body. The only flaw I could think of in this portion is the characters. They're some I enjoy, like the deadly Virus villain is pretty cool, and then theres the main character Ozzie, who is voice by Chris Rock, who is okay at times but then gets gets really annoying as the movie progress. Drix is the serious pill that follow Ozzie around. The dick head major and the other character I don't really care about. Next is the moments I dislike, the live action portion. I hate every moment of this portion of the film. Bill Murrys character is the most unlikeable character of the film. His character is so stupid that his doesn't even know the definition of being healthy. That credit goes to his daughter of the film, who is like his walking brain throughout the movie. The teacher is a completely useless character in the film and the other characters once again, I don't care about. The acting in the live action portion is Isn't that strong. It makes me feel like I'm watching Space Jams again. Osmosis Jones is a great movie to watch if you wanna educate your children or students about the human body, but not as good as a animated/ live action film.

Terri H (kr) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested.

Emily H (de) wrote: Not only does i thave Brian krause but ut has Balthazar Getty in it! he played Richard on Charmed! lol

Samuel H (kr) wrote: The problem with Paprika is I can't decide whether it was terrible or brilliant. There were such a whirlwind of visuals and ideas; it was nearly impossible to put your finger on the pulse of the movie. I think I would have to watch this film multiple times in order to halfway grasp the madness. On an entertainment note, Paprika ranks pretty highly. I can't imagine what it would be like to watch this film high. I also just have to ask: why does anime always have so much nudity? Visually Paprika was a amazing. All I can say is Paprika was verrrry interesting.

Nathaniel B (kr) wrote: Too strange and convoluted to be good, in my opinion. But it paints these icons in interesting ways, so it is far from awful.

Ethan K (us) wrote: This is another lesser-known Disney film that is filled with great moments, including an animated version of Prokofiev's "Peter and the Wolf" and an original Disney short called "The Whale Who Wanted to Sing at the Met", which is pure Disney enjoyment. However, the film tries to imitate "Fantasia", but it is overall quite amusing.

Andrew B (ca) wrote: One of the best navy movies....

Scott M (fr) wrote: Probably my favorite Allen film and it seems to be one of his most personal movies.