Web of Deception
Dr. Philip Pearloff is a prominent forensic psychiatrist, with a beautiful wife and a successful practice. But when he meets a beautiful woman, his loyalty is tested and he is drawn to her advances. After a night of passion, she becomes dangerously obsessed with Pearloff, stalking him at work and invading his home. Then,ina frightening twist, the crazed woman plots her own 'murder' to incriminate the man who spurned her. Now, Phillip must desperately fight a staggering array of incriminating evidence and clear his name, or lose everything he has.
- Stars:Powers Boothe, Pam Dawber, Lisa Collins, Paul Ben-Victor, Rosalind Chao, Brian Markinson, Jarion Monroe, Anni Long, Bradley Whitford, Abigail Van Alyn, Robin Karfo, Victor Talmadge, L. Peter Callender, Rebecca Wink, Juliette Marshall,
- Director:Richard A. Colla,
- Writer:Nevin Schreiner
A forensic psychatrist of the Police Department falls for a fatal attraction that threatens to terminate his marriage, his career and his life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Web of Deception torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Loved it! So funny & sarcastic.
(es) wrote: Pretty slow horror film... We've seen many horror movies like this where you et the view from the handcam. It's nothing special. Half the film was watching branches and dirt as the cam was facing towards the ground as they ran.. Don't bother watching this one.
(it) wrote: A gruelling depiction of teen gangs and the grimly inevitable descent of a bright lad who gets in with the wrong crowd, only to find that he enjoys it. The performances are terrific throughout the cast, and the violence is chillingly realistic. There's a great hallucinatory twist towards the end, and I found the understated ending very moving. Not easy to watch at times, it's nevertheless a film I can easily recommend.
(jp) wrote: Un film finalement dcevant puisque malgr sa superbe cinmatographie, reconstitution d'poque, base historique fascinante et plusieurs excellentes performances, la structure narrative volontairement ambigue mlange et ressemble tant d'autre sans se dmarquer.
(de) wrote: A gritty, first-person narrative tells the story of an incredible catastrophe in New Orleans.
(es) wrote: I've come to the conclusion that I may have judged Eli Roth's "Cabin Fever" unjustly because now that I think back to it, that movie HAD to be a horror comedy. I should really re-watch that film and re-rate it. The same can't be said about the sequel, "Cabin Fever 2" because it contains none of the laughs of the first film and is in fact, downright terrible. This time around, the flesh-eating disease has made its way into the water bottle plant of the town near the climax of the first film. We meet our main character John (Noah Segan) who is hard at work trying to convince his crush Cassie (Alexi Wasser) to go out with him. Meanwhile his buddy is trying to hook up with a classmate of his that is rumoured to moonlight as a stripper, there are bullies trying to ruin everyone's day, unresolved romances, people freaking out about this flesh eating disease... and the prom is tomorrow!For long periods of time, the film is quite dull and when characters do start dying from the flesh-eating disease, most of it is painfully bad to watch. The film is unnecessarily disgusting, with several shots that will make even hardcore horror fans that can stomach tons of gore want to look away. The plot is very thin and the film feels padded with some very bad and cheap-looking animation at the front and back end of the movie to give us an introduction and epilogue. I can't stress enough how awful these animated segments are. They look like first-year student films finished in a hurry. Maybe the idea was to get the audience ready for a really really bad movie, or to lower their expectations so much that they would think this trash was kind of fun, but it certainly didn't work for me. The problems with the film begin way before this visual atrocity. It begins with the very concept of the film. Cabin fever 2? Really? You can tell that the original film really didn't lend itself well to a franchise because the ending had to be tweaked a lot to lead into this one, as if the audience wouldn't notice. I groaned at some of the other attempts to tie the two movies together, like an appearance of the man in the rabbit costume, which served little purpose in the previous movie and none in this one.The blood and gore effects range from convincing (and pretty stomach-churning) to cartoonish and idiotic, particularly during the prom when people start to drop dead. Some of the gross-out humour is very bad and overall, the dialogue given to the mediocre actors is equally mediocre at best. The characters range from mildly interesting to the same old movie stereotypes we have seen countless times (why yes, there is a generic high school bully who is for unexplained reasons dating the love interest in this movie). The protagonists are ok but there are way too many of them going off in their own direction and that means that 3/4 into the movie several stories end and the movie comes to a close... only for it to start up again in order to tie up a bunch of loose ends no one wanted to see. The film feels mean spirited and is downright cruel to its characters (particularly the female ones), so it's not much fun to watch. Overall I really didn't have a good time at all with the film. The only amusement I got was fantasizing about the idea that if you re-cut this, you could probably make an over-the-top P.S.A. about the dangers of pre-marital sex. With some massive re-writing you could have made this into a fun, gory and dark comedy warning teens of the dangers of pre-marital sex and it would be so over-the-top that it would make "Reefer Madness" look like "Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room". As is, "Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever" is an unpleasant movie experience with no redeeming qualities except for the occasional good gore effects. (Dvd, September 14, 2012)
(gb) wrote: hope i never hear about this again. ever
(au) wrote: Must see for Burtynsky fans. Very informative regarding what's going on in China.
(br) wrote: This movie was really enlightening (I finally understood Whitewater!) and also incredibly annoying. Why can't somebody do this to Bush? Oh, yeah, because liberals aren't vindictive assholes like the conservies!!!!
(us) wrote: It is bearable for the kind of audience it aims at, that is people who are willing to lose a few IQ points after watching a movie like Rebound
(ca) wrote: I could have been funny, it's NOT.
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(ru) wrote: So bad it's good. About what you'd expect from a Troma sword & sorcery movie.
(de) wrote: MOving and inspiring true story!!
(au) wrote: I've seen it once, with no plans on sitting through it again.
(us) wrote: Invisible Stripes is an unique film. There are great performances and chemistry with George Raft and William Holden with good support from Humphrey Bogart who pushes this one over the edge. The nice story and back slap at the parole board are interesting and various shoot outs and bank robberies are filmed perfectly. This film is a must if you are a fan of William Holden, Humphrey Bogart and George Raft.
(kr) wrote: Reasonably amusing tale of a hapless railroad employee whose troubles are only beginning once he gets a job as stationmaster of a backwater location with a ghostly legend.
(kr) wrote: When I don't know what to watch, I'll select movies based on the critic's or audience's ratings. Since this movie was rated fairly well, I decided to watch it. That was a mistake. The movie was boring, dull, slow, unimaginative, etc. I kept watching because I thought it must get better. It didn't. I guess the $3.3 million box office speaks for itself. Hopefully, the T.V. show was better than the movie.
(br) wrote: If you're up for 120 minutes of Hayden Christensen's horrible Southern drawl and an inspirational tale, you've come to the right place. Some scenes in 90 Minutes in Heaven, notably the hospital hour, draw on a little longer than necessary, but it's a gripping, sweet story.