Three the Hard Way

Three the Hard Way

The story involves a white supremist plot to taint the United States water supply with a toxin that is harmless to whites but lethal to blacks. The only obstacles that stand in the way of this dastardly plan are Jim Brown, Fred Williamson and Jim Kelly, who shoot, kick and karate chop their way to final victory.

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Three the Hard Way torrent reviews

Smashproplaya (mx) wrote: Acapella is not good for film

Gary M (mx) wrote: good interesting movie with good twists

steve p (mx) wrote: A ten year old boy is desperately trying to cope with looking after his mum who's a junkie, while she spirals down a slippery slope he is left to defend for himself and his little brother. Eventually Mel played by Molly Parker receives help for her habit after being caught by the police and accused of being a dealer. She has no choice but to go into rehab and clean her act up. Meanwhile she loses custody of her two sons who go and live with their grandparents. Eventually things work out for the family and the film ends on a happy note. Shame about them supporting West Ham. What's their song! I'm for ever blowing H...or is it bubbles.

Dylan N (br) wrote: The problem with Making Contact is that it was overshadowed by all the Spielberg-tastic big budget kid sci-fi flicks of the mid 80's. Movies like E.T., Poltergeist, Gremlins and The Explorers make Making Contact look like a half assed film school duo's project. Not to say that's a bad thing necessarily; in fact, that gives it most of its style but also shows its age.The premise is unique enough and most of the story telling is left up to the viewer, which makes it a lot less agonizing to swallow (nothing grinds my gears more than when the writers feel they need to explain every little thing to the viewer, as if they think we lack the capacity to figure it out on our own). Here we have a young boy, Joey, who has just lost his father. All he wants to do is speak to him again and, with his sudden psycho-kinetic powers and a red toy phone, his wish is shortly granted. But is it really his father on the other line?Without ruining the story, I will say that the bulk of the acting is shit and, aside from the children, all the actors may as well be replaced by cardboard cutouts. It really is a sort of coming of age/innocence of child sort of movies that, if put in more competent hands, could've been an instant classic that any cinephile would love to add to their catalog right next to E.T.

Kristina K (it) wrote: I knew I would've lived without watching it, but I was in a mood for a slow romantic movie... Well, the story is nice, Gwyneth and Ben are amazing at acting, but very bad together. No chemistry whatsoever. The kissing and everything was forced, I couldn't even watch it how ridicilous it looked. Although at the same time I'm not sorry for spending my tie on it. Once again, the story is really nice, very touching at times. (Even made me cry a little)

Johnny B (br) wrote: this is an amazing movie. One actor, giving a fantastic performance. And a great ending. Brilliant credits sequence.

Remik B (au) wrote: Very entertaining comedy. It's worth watching especially for young Brando. For the fans of classic movies :)

John P (ru) wrote: This b+w movie was brilliant. A man works in a doll factory. People that work near him or for him are going missing. He makes them into dolls. Such a great fun movie. NETFIX rocks!!!

Garrett C (br) wrote: Watch the Criterion blu-ray of this and just try not to think that this is one of the most beautifully shot films of all time. Great commentary on the shallow bourgeoisie existence versus the search for meaning as well!

Stanley C (it) wrote: The movie's character development of Soo Yung, the film's damsel-in-distress and main point of conflict, is entirely flat and monotonic which makes it acidic towards the script quality of a movie relying on such a character to build up plot. However, Lee and Carter are dynamic in going from enemies to desperate partners getting outmanned by several evil kung-fu or gun masters, making Rush Hour decent to watch even if martial arts isn't a perfect topic for a law enforcement-oriented movie nor is an additional subplot for explosives and bombs just for kicks.

Jake P (de) wrote: Summer of Sam is Spike Lee's perspective of on a historic New York City killing spree through the eyes & in the neighborhood of an entirely white cast. This is compelling stuff.

Onno v (gb) wrote: absurde film met vette actie scenes en een geniale rol voor Russell Crowe

John M (nl) wrote: Charlotte Rampling may give one of the complex performances in recent memory here. Andrew Haigh's direction is also restraint to the most captivating effect that slowly and sadly shifts our perception of a meaningful relationship just like Kate. One of the most memorable films in the last couple years.