Hary Powell is a preacher who has mental problems. He become a serial killer aiming at women. Sentencing in prison in a room with a guy named Ben, he discovers a big secret about Ben's money. After released, he visits the town in which Ben's family live to find the treasure. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Night Of The Hunter
In the Deep South, a serial-killing preacher hunts two young children who know the whereabouts of a stash of money.
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Kirby A (nl) wrote: Be the change you really want to see in the world. It's important to understand the truth behind the fear, that some would choose to perpetuate upon the masses.
John M (ca) wrote: Honestly, there's still something intangible holding me back from loving Bollywood movies. This is about a pregnant woman who has lost her husband in India, and she must solve the mystery of his disappearance herself, as seemingly nobody has ever seen him before. I will be the first to admit that I am just not that well versed in Bollywood; I've seen four or five movies at the most, and have yet to see one that has wowed me, or even fully connected with me, for that matter. I will tip my hat to this movie in that I don't think I have ever seen a pregnant woman on a mission movie before, so that's definitely something new. I did think Vidya Balan did a good job as the strong willed protagonist, and it is filmed well enough to appreciate it. The problem I have with it is that while I was always engaged by it, I always knew where it was going (up until the ending, that is, which is impossible to see coming). In addition to that, I also felt that it got a bit repetitive, hitting the same notes multiple times as she runs into dead end after dead end. Still, there is so much that I don't understand about this culture, so I wouldn't go off of my mixed opinion if you wanted to see this.
Josh F (de) wrote: Brilliant people talking. That have money.
Jacques R (ru) wrote: This is a good movie, but not the best movie i've seen. It does pay off for Rupert Grint's fantastic performance. Expected a little bit more of this film!
j w (ca) wrote: I thought it was great Jenna Jameson was great in it
Gerard N (au) wrote: Low-budget hide-and-seek flick, a paintball scenario turned deadly, this film needed just a hint of smarts to turn into a cult classic. As it is, the only thing "classic" are the cliches, including a heroine who is chased through a forest in an outfit that stays sparkling white. The thesis is all too plausible--SPOILER--touristas stumble across meth freaks cooking in a national reserve, which is not uncommon. But these crank canners spout Bible phrases and grunt a lot in what turns into "The Hillbillies Have Eyes."
Humberto F (nl) wrote: The best of the Dirty Harry series following the original classic, stands apart certainly as the darkest entry of the films. Eastwood's direction manages to balance the more crowd-pleasing elements of Harry Callahan's one-man war on crime and bureaucracy with the rather tense and unsettling revenge tale of Sandra Locke's character. The film affords the Jennifer Spencer considerable screen time and Eastwood goes quite far in exploring both her rather psychotic edge as well as the root of her behavior in a gang rape scene that is particularly strong and unsettling. Her character's rage is a perfect counterpoint to Callahan's attitude toward law enforcement and its clear that he finds himself surprised but understanding of the Spencer character. Also noteworthy is Pat Hingle, returning opposite Eastwood from their casting in Hang 'Em High and The Gauntlet.The film is not all darkness with some rather weak dog humor that proves Micheal Bay is not the only action director obsessed with ugly dogs. Of course the film features the definitive Eastwood line. Its rather amazing to think that its not till the 4th entry that Dirty Harry's most iconic moment arrives in the classic, 'Go ahead, make my day."The film's final act is quite impressive unfolding almost like a horror movie in its cinematography and editing as Locke is victimized again and Eastwood returns from certain death to exact justice. The silhouetted shot of Dirty Harry coming down the fairway with his massive pistol in hand is akin to any number of slasher movie icons from Freddy to Jason in its fearful atmosphere. Callahan's final decision to cover for Spencer is striking when it happens and is perhaps how the Dirty Harry series should have been left to end.
Ada D (it) wrote: Asger Leth brings us Man on a Ledge starring Sam Worthington. A ex con man is threatening to jump from a Manhattan Hotel rooftop while the police struggle to bring him down unharmed but meanwhile the biggest diamond heist ever committed is in motion behind him. The film is slow and boring at times, it's uninteresting and just not worth your time.
Byron B (ca) wrote: nominated for best foreign film by NBR
Russell H (kr) wrote: never saw the show it was based on but this was pretty stupid. Matt LeBlanc was better on Friends where his bad acting was funny.