The Mark of the Hawk
The man called Obam struggles with the increasingly hostile forces facing each other in a colonial African country. The African natives want their land and lives back from the British colonists. Obam's motives are questioned by his own people, in particular his brother Kanda. With the help of his wife Renee and missionary Bruce Craig, will he be able to get things under control before the country self-destructs? Written by Greg Bruno
- Stars:Eartha Kitt, Sidney Poitier, Juano Hernandez, John McIntire, Helen Horton, Marne Maitland, Gerard Heinz, Patrick Allen, Earl Cameron, Clifton Macklin, Ewen Solon, Lockwood West, Francis Matthews, Philip Vickers, Bill Nagy,
- Country:UK, USA
- Director:Michael Audley,
- Writer:Lloyd Young (original story), H. Kenn Carmichael (screenplay), Lloyd Young (screenplay)
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The Mark of the Hawk torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Not a bad movie it's ok almost good. Not a must see but it has its entertaining moments. It gives you a mild USSR Captain America feeling.
(nl) wrote: epten amaterski film so Michael Madsen i Jeff Fahey
(gb) wrote: an okay sequel some bad acting but it was enjoyable
(jp) wrote: This movie lacks the emotion and the sentiment that it tries to bring in and even Daniel Craig could not stop this movie from failing big time
(ca) wrote: A very nice story. Just sweet, humorous and romantic.
(ca) wrote: A film that effortlessly mixes comedy and romance.I don't usually like romantic comedies,but this is in another league.Michael j.Fox is his usual charismatic self,and he's surrounded by a great bunch of quirky characters.Sweet and funny,without been pretentious or forced,it's a joy to watch.Julie Warner as the love interest is beautiful,and believable,and the pair's dance to Patsy Cline's crazy is one of the nicest moments in any rom-com.
(de) wrote: another Italian pic about hookers which seems 2b an Italian favourite subject
(au) wrote: Two sisters are tricked by psychic fraudster Alexis and the older sibling's not-so-dead husband.
(au) wrote: A very entertaining comedy movie from 1936.
(br) wrote: After making his name as a film star in The Jerk (1979), Steve Martin and director Carl Reiner had come up with the idea for this film as a joke over dinner, but from there, the joke grew. Martin and Reiner worked on a script, which came to be an affectionate and clever homage and parody to the film-noirs and detective stories of years gone by. It's one of Martin's best films, and it has some excellent jokes. Private investigator Rigby Reardon (Martin) is visited by Juliet Forrest (Rachel Ward), daughter of renowned scientist and cheesemaker John Hay Forrest (George Gaynes), who was killed in a car crash. Juliet asks Rigby to investigate her father's murder, and who was behind it, it takes him through the dark streets, the nightclubs and alleys of Los Angeles, he gets help from his 'partner' Marlowe (Humphrey Bogart from The Big Sleep), as well as getting help from femme fatales Doris Devermont (Bette Davis, from Deception), Monica Stillpond (Veronica Lake, from The Glass Key) and Monica Stillpond (Veronica Lake, from The Glass Key), but he gets beaten up and shot a lot along the way. It's a hilarious film, where Martin does a brilliantly deadpan comic routine, and plays well against the film stars of yesteryear like Kirk Douglas, Cary Grant, Vincent Price and Charles Laughton.) It has a silly story, but you don't care about that, the attention to detail and cleverness of it all will keep you laughing.
(br) wrote: This is a somewhat funny movie.the problem is that it is cringe humour the jokes are mostly someone telling Gaylord not to do something and then he does the exact thing he was told not to do.De Niro is very funny in this movie. i do like the sequel to this.
(ag) wrote: BIT TORRENT THE MOIVE.
(fr) wrote: I find it too creepy to like. D+
(it) wrote: One of my favorites!