This Is Martin Bonner

This Is Martin Bonner

Two men, at opposite ends of the social spectrum, find themselves starting new lives in the same, small town and form an unlikely friendship.

Martin Bonner has just moved to Nevada from the East Coast, leaving behind his two adult children and a life he spent more than two decades building. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


This Is Martin Bonner torrent reviews

Jamie E (de) wrote: Meh - not a terrible film but also not a great or original plot. Gets an extra star coz Ryan Phillippe gets his arse out

Robert H (it) wrote: While the film did have some interesting visuals and beautiful black and white cinematography, it was a little boring and confusing. Perhaps I'll appreciate it more on a second viewing, but for now it's probably my least favorite Ben Wheatley film.

Jerry J (de) wrote: 15 minutes news feature becoming a repetitive documentary. The contents is a known problem, nothing new, and the film is bored to dead.

Steve P (mx) wrote: These mockumentaries are a sweet little change of pace for a slapstick actor who has long been wasting his time.

Angela H (ru) wrote: Hm, looks interesting. I enjoy documentaries, anyway.

Boris M (jp) wrote: I didnt know what to expect of this movie - it knocked me off my feet. The story is very interesting and fun. Enyone can see this movie and get something out of it.

J (ru) wrote: ha! i've seen this on tv. this guy is pretty funny, you can tell he's been doing comedy for a long time by how calm he is.

Minna M (ag) wrote: Very good and beautiful but little bit sad story. My favourite actor and actress together in this movie. So lovely and innocent.

Marlena S (fr) wrote: Sick but funny! Love Rik Mayall...such a funny actor and very talented!

Jason M (us) wrote: An engaging film with a disturbing and memorable ending. Based on a true story, which makes this all the more disturbing. A classic 1970s film with mature themes, for adults only,

Aisha M (nl) wrote: Columbo - Columbo + Bette x 2 = Dead Ringer

Eric R (gb) wrote: Confessions of an Opium Eater focuses on the slave trade of young Chinese woman in turn of the century San Francisco. We follow an philosophical bantering adventurer (Vincent Price) as he descends into this underground world of trap doors, secret rooms, hidden passages, and lots and lots of opium. Its essentially an early 1930s adventure film meets drug movie and its really original and fascinating exploration into the Chinese slave trade. Vince Price is awesome, per usual, as the adventurer who spews out philosophical ramblings like no other, but its for the most part endearing and timely, although it does come off a little over bearing at times. Although, this philosophical banter does pretty much pay off at the end, which a fantastic closing sequence. The drug sequence and subsequent chase sequence in this film are pretty much perfect. The decision to film the entire chance sequence in slow motion due too our main protagonist being high on opium is beautiful to behold, and really brings the sequence to life. The sound design is very bizarre, yet perfect for this Asian themed tale. As funny as this sounds, it reminded me someone of A BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA, and I couldnt help but think.. "I wonder if John Carpenter had watched this before making that". I could definitely see why this film as overlooked during its initial release, but its just so original and different that their is no doubt in my mind of why its become a cult classic.

Kevin R (mx) wrote: He's impossible.Johnny Angel tracks down his dad's missing ship only to discover everyone onboard has been murdered, including his father the captain, and the gold cargo has been stolen. He swears to spend the rest of his life getting to the bottom of who is responsible. He encounters a strange dame that has suffered her own loss who may know where the gold is. If Johnny can find the gold, he may be able to find those responsible for stealing it and killing his father."There's two things I've never had enough of, money and you, Johnny."Edwin Marin, director of Colt 45, A Christmas Carol (1938), Tall in the Saddle, Abilene Town, Invisible Agent, Race Street, and Married Before Breakfast, delivers Johnny Angel. The storyline for this picture is just okay and fairly straightforward. The acting is solid as are the settings. The cast includes George Raft, Signe Hasso, Claire Trevor, and Mack Gray."There's not one living thing on the ship."Johnny Angel was a movie I came across on Turner Classic Movies (TCM) and decided to DVR. This was an interesting picture with some nice character interactions and dialogue, but this was far from a classic or must see. I'd only watch this if nothing else was on."What's your brand of violence, honey?"Grade: C

Gunnar I (jp) wrote: A Ok. film nothing special.

Bruno V (kr) wrote: For me a JCVD-movie that belongs in my Top 7 of JCVD-movies ...his acting gets better every day ! Cool story so who so !

Paul B (ru) wrote: I actually remember reading this book in school. Got me to imagine what it would be like if I made a wish for my family to have their bad day so they'd understand how I was feeling.

Andrew B (ag) wrote: Chuck Norris turns into a bear, then a hawk, then a wolf, all while in the process of saving kids from evil industrialist lumberjacks. That's an honest synopsis of this additional witty comments can do it justice.

Pavan R (ca) wrote: With a bit of history but mostly fictional story John Wayne gives a good performance with some good entertaining Western !