In this darkly karmic vision of Arizona, a man who breathes nothing but ill will begins a noxious domino effect as quickly as an uncontrollable virus kills. As he exits Arizona State Penn after twenty-one long years, Wilson has only one thing on the brain, leveling the score with career criminal, Mackey Willis.
- Stars:Richard Roundtree, Robert Loggia, Robert Forster, Lucie Arnaz, James M. Hausler, Christopher M. Clark, Tyler Parkinson, Zev Stern, Michael Mandell, William Wiyugal, Aldred Montoya, Larry 'Tank' Jones, Sean Galdo, Lucas Beck, Matthew H. Sykes,
- Director:James M. Hausler,
- Writer:James M. Hausler
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Wild Seven torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: okay, but not as good as the first movie.
(jp) wrote: I loved this movie! Full hearted brother just trying to help!
(nl) wrote: Worthless piece of junk!
(nl) wrote: *Inhale* Wowwhatagreatmoviethiswas,withasuperbstorylineandunexpectedtwistsandturnsateverypossiblemoment.IwatcheditlikeI'dreadapage-turner. *Exhale* Pffffew. Though well-acted, this is a draggingly slow pretentious and preachy movie that was preceded by and promoted with a misleading trailer. Of course the subject matter is important. Of course the theme is heavy and controversial. But would an American father who went through hell and back to get his dying daughter donor lungs from a shady Mexican organization have second thoughts in the end? Hell no. Politically correct and admirable of course. Believable? No.
(de) wrote: "It is not an easy film, and perhaps a touch too relentless, but it is a great reminder of how bloody, mad and awful this world can be." - Tom Long4 1/2 / 5
(it) wrote: A timeless love story that that transcends the horror of the Holocaust.
(fr) wrote: What an amazing film! It reveals hidden truths about the aftermath of Apartheid. Beautifully collaborated with an love affair between Samuel Jackson and Juliette Binoche.
(ru) wrote: Silly homo pretentious crap. I would have like them to actually make the movie AND FOCUS ON THEIR HOMOSEXUALITY without having to get all faux-artsy about it.
(es) wrote: Luis Bunuel's Bell de Jour, power seems to grow stronger the more I've seen it. This is a prime example of Surrealist Film put into complete action. Filmed in 1966, the film is dated. But it is clear that Belle de Jour was way ahead of the cultural curve. At the time of it's release it was considered controversial, perverse, bordering on pornography and shocking. It no longer holds that level of shock for audiences, but it bravely attempts to explores the mind of a female masochist close to 50 years ago when there was no clear understanding available. Catherine Deneuve, in all her Yves St. Laurent and blond glory, is an upperclass young married woman who has begun to find her marriage boring. Her husband, similar to a sexless Ken doll, obviously holds no erotic connection for her. Distant and cold. Alice is rather "removed" from her own life. Her day is pointless. And, with very clever editing Buuel manages to reveal a great deal about her childhood that connects to her adult self. It is clear that she desires a force of eroticism from her husband that is beyond his understanding. When Alice hears about the existence of underground Parisian brothels where lower class housewives earn extra money. She ventures to explore this world. And, it is in this brothel that she discovers and has her sexual desires fulfilled. Alice's reality has already been mixing with fantasy long before she explores the world of prostitution, but the viewer's ability to detect "reality" from "surreality" has become challenging. As Alice begins to learn how to assert her power and sexuality as a woman, we are grappling with the differences between her reality and fantasies as much as she. Buuel's conclusion offers two endings employing visual and audio editing but don't expect resolution or any clearly defined answer. In the end, it does not matter. The merging of the "real" with the "fantasy" is the "surreal" is, in many ways, an exceptional way to form this void. An individual who only seems to come to life when punished. The character is not intended to be fully formed. Alice is a stunted beauty at the mercy of not only her situation and those around her -- but to her eternal confusion between reality and fantasy. A cinematic masterpiece that continues to stand the test of time and presents an oddly valid connection to the root of masochism. This is essential viewing for anyone who loves film.
(nl) wrote: Two and a half hour soap opera, I only watched it because it was filmed where I live.Some of the performances are good though.
(ca) wrote: Okay, so maybe I just find Ginger Rogers grating in this one, or maybe I was just in the wrong mood for the film, but I swear to God it took me four sittings to finally grind my way through this film, and I've basically loved everything else I've see Cary Grant in, so I feel like I HAVE to blame Rogers, y'know?Rental? At best?
(gb) wrote: Let's see what you can do.Fioravante is a part time flower shop worker that barely gets by. His best friend, Murray, is about to retire and can't help him out, so he finds him a job proposition. His doctor referenced needing a male partner for her and her friend and Murray volunteers Fioravante. Fioravante begins a new business venture."Is he clean?""Yes, of course he's clean."John Tuturro, director of Illuminata, Passione, Mac, and Romance & Cigarettes, delivers Fading Gigolo. The storyline for this picture is fairly entertaining and has a strong Woody Allen feel to it. It does have a strong New York City presence and the acting is very good. The cast includes John Tuturro, Woody Allen, Sharon Stone, Liev Shreiber, and Vanessa Paradis."I'm your ho.""It's the oldest profession."I found this movie while looking up Woody Allen pictures on Netflix. I decided to give it a viewing and found it better than I anticipated. I knew going in it wasn't directed by Allen, but it could have been the way Tuturro shot the film. I do recommend seeing this if you're a fan of Allen films."You're disgusting in a very positive way."Grade: C+/B-
(jp) wrote: One of my all-time favorite films. The setting, the story-line, the music, the dialogue, and the performances are all superb.
(mx) wrote: Disgrace for the game
(au) wrote: Revenge for a revenge.It is a Danish western revenge flick set in the American soil, so 99 per cent it was in the English language. Well, in my opinion, it is underrated for sure. It was not anything stylish like QT's recent western films, but quite usual presentation yet very majestic. The story takes place in a couple of days in a small town in the 1871. The turnaround in the theme was great. Initially, it leaves an impression of a revenge based tale, but later becomes oil warfare, something quite resembles the original situation of the American at that time.In the last few weeks I have been watching lots of comedies, dramas and other soft themed films, so suddenly I felt too much violence from this. But as always I get used to it after some time in the watch. Great cast and their great performances. The writing was superb along with the settings. I watched it quite late, but the best western I have seen in the recent time, so I strongly recommended for western fans and others who're seeking a fine entertainment.7.5/10