Victoria "V.I" Warshawski is a Chicago based private detective who agrees to babysit for her new boyfriend; then he is murdered. Being the detective type, she makes the murder her next case. In doing so she befriends the victim's daughter, Kat, and together they set out to crack the case.
- Stars:Kathleen Turner, Jay O. Sanders, Charles Durning, Angela Goethals, Nancy Paul, Frederick Coffin, Charles McCaughan, Stephen Meadows, Wayne Knight, Lynnie Godfrey, Anne Pitoniak, Stephen Root, Robert Clotworthy, Tom Allard, Mike Hagerty,
- Director:Jeff Kanew,
- Writer:Sara Paretsky ('V.I. Warshawski' novels), Edward Taylor (screen story), Edward Taylor (screenplay), David Aaron Cohen (screenplay), Nick Thiel (screen
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V.I. Warshawski torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: This movie is hilarious! Everyone must go see it. Great writing and acting!
(ca) wrote: This movie tells us a story that is not told in the other Lincoln movies that are out today. It brought out some interesting points that were new info and did it in an innovative way.
(es) wrote: Stumbled upon this movie on tivo earlier in the evening. A pretty decent movie with an important lesson - always do the right thing and the right thing is usually the hardest thing to do. Love watching my favourite HK actors Lau Ching Wan, Loois Koo and Daniel Wu.
(ag) wrote: I wonder what this is about, i think ill see it!
(es) wrote: This was a bit of a mixed bag. The fractured structure wasn't particularly effective here and the film is much more plot driven, leaving little room for character development. There were some decent performances, though Dermot was rather flat. And the moral twist was interesting, though it could have been handled better.
(it) wrote: A great example of a movie that tries too hard and makes it painfully obvious to the viewer. Its vulgarity doesn't make it any stronger, and most of the characters are not even likeable. It does have some pretty funny lines though, and a few touching moments.
(nl) wrote: wtf?! reminds me of jessica neer and andrea B
(es) wrote: One of my favorite martial arts films. Unlike what a lot of people say, I don't find the plot confusing. I loved how Donnie Yen attempted something experimental/different with shooting action. Hyper-kinetic, fast and brutal.
(mx) wrote: The two third of Indochine is nothing different from a lot of other epics, the big walking distance and the typical epic score which is forcing us to find it intresting. The third part doesn't need any of that. And It's all about the darkness and the light in the tunnel of the human dignity, and the awfull truth. All of the cast members are wise chosen, Catherine Deneuve is the queen of them all. She's the most reasonable grown up adult that I admire most of all. If I could cry of a movie. I would certainly cry to this one, and I almost did. And I'm sure that most of you would.
(de) wrote: Greatest. movie. ever.
(jp) wrote: A better Roger Moore film than everything previous (vestiges The Spy Who Loved Me), but still lacks intrigue that The Spy Who Loved Me had.