U.S. Senator is assassinated by Men in Black, mysterious organization which surpresses all knowledge about UFOs. Agent Rafferty from U.S. Secret Service will confront them and discover the sinister truth. The only person that can help him comes from another world.
- Stars:Jack Scalia, Dennis Christopher, Carlos Lauchu, Lucinda Weist, Clarence Williams III, Stephen Rowe, Lance LeGault, Madison Mason, Terri Poch, Bill Frenzer, Christopher Kriesa, Jeffrey Broadhurst, Steven Mattila, David Parry, Peter Vogt,
- Director:Richard Pepin,
- Writer:William Applegate Jr. (story), Joseph John Barmettler (screenplay), Joseph John Barmettler (story), Richard Preston Jr. (story)
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The Silencers torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Definitely the weirdest movie I ever saw. Too many special effects in the second half, ending was wrapped up too quickly, but overall pretty interesting. I wouldn't mind having one of those floating keyboards, though!
(it) wrote: What an interesting little documentary this is.
(br) wrote: For what it is...5 star all the way. acting, plot, character development and martial arts fight scenes. I loved it. There isn't a more natural acting actress than Bridget Fonda. Too bad she dissappeared.
(kr) wrote: One of the best dramas out there!
(us) wrote: I've loved this film since I was a kid. An amazing film!!
(kr) wrote: I own this on DVD and on Blu-Ray in a five movie pack along with:* Dirty Harry (1971)* Magnum Force (1973)* The Enforcer (1976)* The Dead Pool (1988)
(mx) wrote: what will you do tomorrow? :((((
(ca) wrote: John Huston's "Reflections In A Golden Eye" is one of his lesser-known works. This overlooked film is a riveting piece of Cinema. He brought together the unlikely combination of Carson McCuller's southern gothic novel along with the talents of Elizabeth Taylor, Marlon Brando, and Julie Harris to create a fascinating study of deceit, lies, and murder. Julie Harris brings to the project her unique blend of neurosis and pathos. She inhabits the role as Allison the mentally fragile wife of Brian Keith fully, coloring her role with the nuance of madness. Keith gives his best performance as the philandering husband of Harris and the bumbling lover of Taylor. It is his finest hour on the screen. His pathetic recollection of his lost wife is acted with subtlety and feeling and proves his metal as an actor. Marlon Brando as Major Penderton rises to his role as a closeted homosexual. This is one of his masterworks as an actor and quite possibly one of his best in the 1960's. He is puffy, middle aged and completely without vanity. To watch him struggle to lift a barbell with one arm is delightfully disturbing. As Leonora Penderton Elizabeth Taylor is at the top of her game, dumb, sexy and funny. It is one of her most deeply complex performances from a career full of great work. There is so much humor mixed into her character and she goes all the way to reveal the each nuance and layer of Leonora. The music by Toshiro Mayuzumi is hauntingly beautiful and atmospheric. The opening theme carries a muted smoky jazz sound that sets the scene perfectly. The only false note in the film are Taylor's costumes by Dorothy Jenkins. Set in the late 1940's Miss Taylor is dressed in the current fashions of the late 1960's and she looks beautiful but out of time with the era along with her hair by Alexandre of Pairs. Huston directs with calm assuredness, as he leads is excellent cast to the tragic inevitable end to the film.
(nl) wrote: I'd forgotten I'd seen this and watched it again. It's a pretty forgettable movie -- Sinatra's pretty much the attraction.
(es) wrote: Hateship/loveship is OK drama about a shy goes works for family and falls for husband of daughter she takes of. good cast Kristen Wig and Guy Pearce and Nick Nolte. C+ (2014)