The Vanishing

The Vanishing

A young woman (Sandra Bullock) mysteriously disappears, sending her boyfriend Jeff (Kiefer Sutherland) on a years-long quest to find her. Not even a new love (Nancy Travis) can keep him from his obsessive search. All the while, the calculating psychopath (Jeff Bridges) who kidnapped his girlfriend stalks Jeff, ultimately taking him through the exact same steps that led to the crime. In order to find out what happened, Jeff must put his own life in the hands of this devious stranger.

Story about Jeff - a young man desperately searching for his girlfriend who disappeared at a gas station unnoticed. One day, her kidnapper shows up at Jeff's house, promising to tell him what really happened, but only when Jeff follows his order... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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The Vanishing torrent reviews

Karen J (ag) wrote: Shitty acting. Terrible plot.

Brittany C (it) wrote: Wow! What a pleasent little movie, and great for a documentry, the animation was nice because as you know everyone likes to see animals brawl if there's a documenty. I don't think any of the clips where reapted in some stupid documentrys I have seen. The only problem is that I think the voice was a little boring, if they got a better person for the narriations like how prehistoric planet did then I would be giving it one more star. 4/5 good job guys ^.^.

Martin S (de) wrote: What do you know, a b-movie about a killer penis........

David G (it) wrote: I won't lie!! It has an interesting premise, just not a perfect one.

Vanessa (gb) wrote: I would love to see Eddie in this movie! :)

Jessica W (de) wrote: fukin love it best geordie film goin

Shawn W (mx) wrote: Disappointing affair on an 1816 gathering at a resort that resulted in the creation of Frankenstein and Dracula (Vampyre) by five people who experience hallucinations one night there. Hard to tell what is going on. Like all films that relies heavily on characters fading in and out of reality, never delivers on potential.

David J (gb) wrote: "Deliverance" is a serviceable and, during it's time, shocking outdoors survival thriller with a modern man vs. human instinct message that's seemingly far more contrived and shallow than the hundreds of feet deep I was told it is. And, when it comes to making mature decisions, I think the protagonists of "Deliverance" have a thing or two to learn from the kids of "Mean Creek."

Mel V (jp) wrote: Wow, I had no idea this film was so old. I saw it in my early teens, which was in the mid-90's, so when my mom bought it, I guess I assumed it was more recent then that. It's a really great (if sometimes brutal) little film that spreads the truth about war, and about how those who don't learn from the past are doomed to repeat it. In a post-apocalyptic world filled with mutants (some of which have gained magic), logic would dictate that they would no longer wage chemical and nuclear warfare, and yet... A solid 8.5/10.

Ben R (jp) wrote: The story, the setting, the attention to detail are all top-notch. Unfortunately, as others have said, the movie is awkwardly paced and clunky. Towards the end is one terrifically powerful scene between Connery (who, despite being top-billed, is barely in a quarter of the film) and Finch where they debate the responsibility of leadership. If only the movie leading up to it wouldn't lose the majority of it's audience's attention so long before.

Chris W (it) wrote: Just to see how bad it is!