The Pelican Brief

The Pelican Brief

Two Supreme Court Justices have been assassinated. One lone law student has stumbled upon the truth. An investigative journalist wants her story. Everybody else wants her dead.

The film tells the story of a young law student whose legal brief about the assassination of two Supreme Court justices causes her to be targeted by killers. She enlists the help of an investigative reporter and the two become fugitives. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Pelican Brief torrent reviews

Jstalilred T (au) wrote: Had I not spent the entire time thinking about the other video out with Shia where he screams at people on the streets for having an opinion other than his own, I might have liked the movie. Might have, but doubt it. Acting like an @ss in real live kind of puts a damper on this movie experience.

Kenneth L (jp) wrote: This is a curious case: a well-made, compelling documentary about shallow, awful people. The movie follows the Siegels, who apparently own the largest timeshare company in the world, and are obscenely wealthy on an almost unimaginable scale. When the filmmakers first started shooting the film in early 2008, the Siegels were on top of the world - they were currently building what would have been the largest house in America, since their current enormous mansion somehow wasn't big enough. But then, in the middle of filming, the financial crisis of 2008 happened, and a couple of years later they were in (for them) dire financial straits, with their business laying off thousands of employees and on the brink of going bankrupt entirely. While the filmmakers - who totally efface their own presence and provide no explicit commentary one way or the other on their subjects - do a good job of presenting a nuanced, human, even sympathetic portrayal of these people, I was nevertheless by the end of the film dying to see this rich old bastard and his trophy wife and their bratty kids get the Funny Games treatment. Which, funnily enough, leads into my next review.

Kyle A (br) wrote: It's the first film that I've seen that encaptures Christian life in America without being overly heavy-handed and preachy. I think some secularists might disagree with me on that statement, but I stand by it. "Blue Like Jazz" is conscious of hypocrisy within religion and showcases how extremism & misrepresentation can destroy religious leanings while urging people to recognize the imperfection that lies in all of us. It reminds us that moral belief without actions that follow those moral beliefs lead to confusion for the individual and backlash from society. While I connect with the film more than people outside my religion will, at its core "Blue Like Jazz" is a lesson in accountability for one's actions. It's a 'battle call' of sorts to lead by example or else we will have to brave the consequences of running a society that is based in confusion. I don't know about you, but society looks pretty confused and narcissistic these days. It could use some people that lead by example, that lead with moral conviction. "Blue Like Jazz" is Arpke Approved at 4 out of 5 stars.

Dann M (gb) wrote: Lost Boys: The Tribe is an average vampire film that continues and expands the Lost Boys universe. The story follows a brother and sister that move to a small beach community, but when the sister is turned into a vampire the brother seeks out help from famed vampire hunter Edgar Frog in order to save her. The acting is subpar for the most part, but the script isn't that demanding; so it kind of works. However, Corey Feldman gives a fun and campy performance that livens up the film. Additionally, there are some nice callbacks to the original Lost Boys, and a strong soundtrack. It isn't an ambitious film, but Lost Boys: The Tribe delivers an entertaining vampire adventure that hits all the usual beats.

shishir a (nl) wrote: I wish to make such movie some day.

Dave C (gb) wrote: An easy nomination for the most contrived film I have ever seen ("this is our idea and we're sticking to it") and none of the performances really do anything of interest. Frankly I was presuming this was made for TV, but research suggest otherwise.The basic plot gives you just enough to hold your interest, but the big reveal feels laboured.

Neil S (nl) wrote: A fantastic, but ultimately tragic true story of a disgraceful miscarriage of justice. The performance from Ecclestone as the epileptic lad with learning difficulties should have earnt him many awards. One of the only films that gets me emotional.

aimi m (de) wrote: i loved this when i was a kid

Jaime R (fr) wrote: One of Capra's very best films, always perfect no matter what he can make.

Bill T (ru) wrote: An INTERESTING film about Alfred Hitchcock's life as he was filming Psycho. Hitch had no idea whether it would be a hit or not, and financed himself. Thus providing a catalyst for this film, which focuses on his relationship with his wife. I do like "filmmmaking" movies, and this was entertaining for the most part. Though having Anthony Hopkins playing Hitch was a bit of a stretch.

Russ B (gb) wrote: 9/16/2016: Meh. The only good or memorable piece is Kim Basinger.

Paul W (ca) wrote: Every time I see an arial shot of the Shard in HD I think the Apprentice is about to start. That's all I can remember from watching the Sweeney , so it probably wasn't very good.

Rajesh M (ag) wrote: Though you might guess it's conclusion, gripping nonetheless

Erin D (es) wrote: zzzzzzz sorry wha? are they dancing now? no? ok, wake me when they finally do. zzzzzz ... huh wha? they're dancing now? yeah, I really don't care anymore. it took them this long to get there, meh.