Out of prison on a work release program, Mike (Anslem Richardson) is doing his best to stay on the straight and narrow, but his job as a locksmith threatens to undermine his efforts when the nutty and profane Margo (Ana Reeder) calls seeking his services. After helping Margo in her quest to find out whether her fiance's been fooling around, Mike has a twinge of conscience that only ends up pulling him deeper into a dicey and chaotic situation.
- Stars:Anslem Richardson, Ana Reeder, Stephen Rannazzisi, Cesar De León, Mary Beth Peil, Michelle Krusiec, Julian Aponte, Stratton Bailey, Patricia Barnes, Shea Berry, Benjamin Brant Bickham, Max Brand, Jackie Capobianco, Annalisa Chamberlin, David Delgado,
- Director:Brad Barnes, Todd Barnes,
- Writer:Brad Barnes, Todd Barnes, Sophie Goodhart
Mike is a locksmith. He's also a prisoner on work release, but you wouldn't know it. He's just trying to focus on his house calls and reconcile with his ex-girlfriend-until Margo hijacks his day. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Locksmith torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: It's a gripping film driven by an attachment to Lu's devious character and the influence it has on Shae's actions throughout the film. I found the subtle humor accompanying some of the heavier scenes to be well placed and entertaining
(de) wrote: Good establishment of characters. I love how the entire story is smoothly paced, and Kwon Sang-woo is hot.
(ag) wrote: Enjoy watching it everytime!!
(br) wrote: Muy entretenida, como la mayora de pelculas del seor Stephen Chow
(ru) wrote: This is no better or worse than the original. Of course that is faint praise because the original was rubbish. It is just remarkable that 8 years after the first film they even bothered making a sequel.
(kr) wrote: i loved the original series and i got the complete collection and i would love to see this movie
(us) wrote: Haunting exploration of evil and obsession.
(br) wrote: Looks interesting will try to find and watch!
(it) wrote: What is there to say? Godard is amazing. All of his characters are the coolest cool. Watch his films. Understand all other films better.
(kr) wrote: The only way the so-called 'Ring of Terror' could have been even worse is if it had been hemorrhoidal in nature.When I was in my undergraduate days, I took my girlfriend out for Chinese food, and my fortune cookie read: 'You see the good in everything.' Indeed that was true, and especially in my movie-watching, I try to imagine all of the effort, and the blood, sweat and tears, that goes into a film's gestation. Thankfully, I paid very little for this film (director Paylow's only cinematic feature), and it only took 71 minutes of my time.To its credit, it had an intriguing start, with an eerie atmosphere to its opening credits. But the introduction by the cemetery's custodian, 'R.J. Dobson', (complete with his crazed cat, 'Puma') was the first clue to me that something just wasn't right. But openings like that, with Dobson showing a tombstone, starting to explain how the death at such a young age occurred, then the flashback occurring, at least gave me the false hope that this could be a 'horror anthology', and that no matter how bad a piece was, at least others would come that might be better. But no.This had no credibility in any manner whatsoever. In its depiction of college life, particularly for the medical students (who bizarrely were all male), it was obvious the filmmakers had no idea whatsoever of human nature, or the way that people of that age group interacted. There were no horrific aspects whatsoever, and all of the resoundingly minor attempts at comedy fell disgustingly flat. Any high-school play from the era would have more life. What makes this the second-worst film I have ever seen is that, for all intents and purposes, everyone involved thought they were making something credible, and were giving it their all (nothing could surpass Lena Dunham's 'Tiny Furniture' as the very worst film of all time IMHO). What surprises me is that Paylow would eventually be involved, in different capacities, in two of the very best films of the 70's ('Close Encounters of the Third Kind' and 'The Conversation'). Obviously he was a talented man who, at least in the director's chair for this film, didn't deliver the goods, though by no stretch of the imagination was it his fault alone.
(br) wrote: Tripped out relic- don't waste your time. Moviegoers already had to endure this in 1965-vindicate their suffering.
(mx) wrote: Nicolas Cage does not fit the role of Ghost rider at all, and he does't deliver a funny over the top performance like he usually does. The film also suffers from some tonal shifts and a dull storyline.