Who Needs Enemies
When local heavy and ex-boxer Tom Sheridan (Ian Pirie) agrees to hire his strip club out to lifelong friend and colleague Ian Levine (Michael Mckell) he soon discovers the private party involves child prostitution and trafficking, catering for wealthy paedophiles. Feeling betrayed and disgusted, Tom obtains secret photo evidence of the party and threatens exposing Ian to his associates and family. This sparks a bloody feud between the two old friends and their foot soldiers, in a story of Morality, Loyalty and Betrayal.
- Stars:Michael McKell, Ian Pirie, Emma Barton, Kris Johnson, Glen Fox, Tom Carey, Victoria Donovan, Nick Lavelle, Donna Preston, Ryan Oliva, Benjamin Stapleton, Daniel Pirie, Andrew Oprhanides, Charlie Rawes, Jane Price-Stephens,
- Director:Peter Stylianou,
- Writer:Peter Stylianou
When ex-boxer Tom Sheridan agrees to hire his strip club out to lifelong friend and colleague Ian Levine he soon discovers the private party involves something so atrocious that it sparks a bloody feud between the two old friends. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Who Needs Enemies torrent reviews
(de) wrote: Fascinating and entirely relevant today in the context of the media, and their approach to complex ideas.
(au) wrote: the movie is a drag.......n the don of underworld is made into a thief, a bank robber.........so it basically sucks..!!!
(br) wrote: Genuinely funny and geeky.
(fr) wrote: Well, what can you expect from a direct-to-video film starring Kristy Swanson....
(gb) wrote: Good message, good characters, good drama, just wasn't that effecting.
(de) wrote: I hear it's pretty bad, even for a movie remake.
(fr) wrote: A strange, but well-acted and thought provoking film.
(de) wrote: A bleak, but brilliant apocalyptic satire on political ethos of post-Communist Hungary. Brimming with long takes (reminiscent of Tarkovosky), and beautiful, yet haunting, imagery (here Bergman comes to mind), Bela Tarr has created a brutally honest film concerning the circularity of life, history's satanic tango (progression and retrogression), and the emptiness of hope. In it a little Hungarian town becomes a dark microcosm of the world, a concrete universal, where revolution, hope, and change are simply a part of the demonic logic of history's dance. On a personal note, I must admit that I am more of an optimist myself, but it's difficult to find fault in Tarr's artistic achievement, which is rightly dubbed a watershed moment of modern cinema.
(es) wrote: Bacall and Bogart's best. Great plot, direction, writing, music and acting.
(au) wrote: I am a sucker for period pieces and this movie was beautiful to watch. I appreciated the attention to detail. I want to see more of Tom Hiddleston. The acting was believable for the most part though Lucille was a little overdone. I could have done without the gore and horror is not my favorite genre so this is not the best review to go by for horror fans but if you like period movies with a little kick, this was well done and an interesting watch.