Tomorrow You're Gone
Charlie Rankin, recently released from prison, seeks vengeance for his jail-house mentor William "The Buddha" Pettigrew. Along the way, he meets the ethereal, yet streetwise, Florence Jane. They embark on a unlikely road trip, careening towards an unlikely redemption and uncertain resolution.
- Stars:Michelle Monaghan, Willem Dafoe, Stephen Dorff, Robert LaSardo, Tara Buck, Dave Durch, Jayda Diamonde, Branislav R. Tatalovic, Kerry Rossall, Mark Sherman, Adam Epstein, Sammy Jack, Agnes Herrmann, Clyde Simon, Danielle Tripodis,
- Director:David Jacobson,
- Writer:Matthew F. Jones (screenplay)
Charlie Rankin, recently released from prison, seeks vengeance for his jail-house mentor William "The Buddha" Pettigrew. Along the way, he meets the ethereal, yet streetwise, Florence Jane. They embark on a unlikely road trip, careening towards an unlikely redemption and uncertain resolution. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tomorrow You're Gone torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Questionable at first, and I also thought, it's been done and done well by Jen Aniston and Paul Rudd. However, The characters grew on me and I ended up really liking it. Even found myself LOL a few times.
(au) wrote: For a film that is supposed to be a comedy it's too politically sophisticated and smart to be funny,I mean there are some funny moments here and there like the banter between many of the characters is hilarious but still.
(us) wrote: An OK documentary. A story without a beginning a middle or an end. The narrator has such a quiet voice I wish someone else had done the narration. Every time he spoke I wanted to shout "SPEAK UP"
(nl) wrote: Not as sharp as the first part, but still a good end to the story of Jacques Mesrine
(au) wrote: A satisfying and interesting docudrama that follows the disfunctional life of one of my favourite 60's sitcom personality. Bob allowed his sleezy desires to destroy his career and cause heartache between him and his family.
(br) wrote: Weird cross between hostage thriller and poor-ghetto-kids fare. Felt like it tried to guilt trip you into liking it in the end. Also, predictable, and for all the "these kids aren't what this dick-but-also-three-dimensional cop thought they were!," there were too many other characters who played significant if smaller roles that were just walking stereotypes, like whatshisface the gangbanger one with the molotov cocktails. Having him convert to Islam in jail in the end doesn't make him a dynamic character.
(gb) wrote: Dette var slette greier. Jeff Fahey som slesk gangster passer ham drlig. Skuespiller- ferdighetene var ogs heller drlig fra den mannens side. Gjorde en mye bedre figur i tv-serien Lost den mannen. Lite nytt som kommer frem i denne tredje filmen om Darkman. Maler p den samme gamle visa. Hvordan skal Darkman f tilbake sitt gamle ansikt med hjelp av en syntetisk maske. En maske som frem til n kun varer i 99 minutter. Kun for ihuga fans av rollefiguren se.
(kr) wrote: [font=Courier New][color=black]This movie was ok, i saw it when it first came out. I think the show is good for kids but that's about it. Kids love dinosaurs so i'm sure that they would enjoy this show. I don't even remember it too good. I guess that means that it didn't really leave a lasting impression on me. I guess that means that i didn't like it enough to remember it. Oh well.[/color][/font]
(nl) wrote: Instructions are meant to be obeyedA matron and an old judge maintain an ex-prison on a hill that they call a clinic. They obtain beautiful young women and try to cleanse them of their sins by brutally torturing them. One young lady they take in tries to fight the system unsuccessfully. Fortunately, she is followed by a friend that will try to rescue her. Can the friend bring down this house of pain or will she become its next victim?"I don't understand.""You're not in this room to understand."Peter Walker, director of House of the Long Shadows, Cover Up, The Confessional, The Flesh and Blood Show, School for Sex, and The Big Switch, delivers House of Whipcord. The storyline for this picture is fairly mediocre and predictable...even the violent scenes were not that good. The acting was fairly good and the cast includes Barbara Markham, Patrick Barr, Ray Brooks, and Dorothy Gordon. "I will not be dismissed."I added this movie to my "to see" list some years back, shortly after joining Rottentomatoes, based on my love affair for grindhouse pictures. I found this on Netflix and had to finally sit down and watch it. I can tell you this was not as good as most jailhouse grindhouse pictures. The action scenes were a bit stale and the drama was lacking. I recommend skipping this film."You are here to serve sentence."Grade: C-
(ru) wrote: Meh...I was stoked to see this but it wasn't as good as I hoped
(nl) wrote: Such intrigue and decadence! I loved the set design...maybe not the most realistic, but very interesting!
(it) wrote: The unfortunate start of the quirky girl genre, but I guess it isn't Allen's fault that this push resulted in Zooey Deschanel. Very clever, definitely succeeds at being the cynical romantic comedy it's trying to be by showing how people can have functional, overly intellectual (rather than emotional), empty relationships. Kind of disturbing in that way. Was that the point though, or is Woody Allen's philosophy on relationships just revealing its shittiness while trying to show substance? I don't know. They have no chemistry whatsoever, but if the point was to show the emptiness then kudos I guess.
(us) wrote: The final day of the school, but it's just the beginning!I won't lie that I watched it after I saw 'Everybody Wants Some!!' from the same director. Because I liked that film and I heard that was a spiritual sequel to this one. So there goes my reason. I usually love the 80s and 90s teen films, you can't compare them to what they make now. The film was from the edge of before my generation began, but I'm very related that time than the other end. So I felt very familiar and enjoyed it thoroughly.The film focused on the final day of the high school. It opened in the afternoon during the final class and followed by night where a party was arranged by the seniors that does not take off after their parents suspected it. Between the freshmen and the seniors, a tradition follows. Some of them escape, but those who got caught, struggles to way out. Not everyone, some make it their best time in high school. So who gets what and how everyone's night turns out revealed in the remaining.We can see some of the big names of the today's cinema in this 23 year old film. Matthew McCanaughey, Milla Jovovich, Ben Affleck and many more. Though the film never focused one particular character, it was neutral and stayed that way till the end. But it told the story of the final day of the high school about the individuals and their intentions. You do not have to be a youngster to enjoy it, it will work for everybody. So I hope you watch it, especially before to try 'Everybody Wants Some'.7/10
(us) wrote: Sopivaa katseltavaa harmaan ja sateisen pivn piristykseksi... ^_^ (Suom. Lainakengiss)
(ca) wrote: One of those movies you happen to catch on cable and love forever. So many little moments in the movie, I still remember. Maybe one of the greatest lines in 3 O'clock comes at the end, in the gym. It could be used in sports, work and in life. A true gem, and I own it.
(br) wrote: Zero Dark Thirty seems emotionally detached from its source can't convey the message it wants. Even Chastain's performance can't make it worth the watch.