Someone is shooting the residents of a mountain resort town. Sheriff McNeill (Andy Griffith) must figure out the connection that links the victims and find the sniper before he (or she) kills again, and before the town council relieves him of duty
- Stars:Andy Griffith, John Larch, Tim O'Connor, Lawrence Pressman, Eugene Roche, Charles Tyner, Joyce Van Patten, Sheree North, John Calvin, Louise Latham, Robert F. Simon, Nick Nolte, Ruth McDevitt, Walter Brooke, Devra Korwin,
- Director:Jud Taylor,
- Writer:John Michael Hayes (teleplay), David Karp (story)
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Winter Kill torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Love the band, but the farther along in life they go, the more Jon strains his voice to hit the high notes and it doesn't sound as natural as it used too.But besides that, it's a pretty good show. Yeah, they don't do much special when putting on a show, and very rarely even talk between songs. They just play the hits, as they were, not lame new versions of them that newer bands seem to love to do.The only big minus is that the copy I watched went to credits before the Encore could happen, and despite it listing Bad Medicine, You Give Love A Bad Name, Runaway and Bed Of Roses as part of the concert, we only get an audio only version of BM and then it ended. Maybe on the extras? I never checked.But they do sing some of their more minor, and awesome, singles like Living In Sin and Blood On Blood.Just wish those final four songs were there, as they are some of the more bigger hits.I've only seen them live twice. One was for some company and it was a very short set at Miller Stadium(where the Milwaukee Brewers play), and the other time they were promoting BOUNCE, so many of their older hits were not played. Nice to see them here.
(ag) wrote: A bit far fetched and the bit where God in to computer game mode is whack bit disappointed actually because I really wanted to watch this . But it was a let down
(nl) wrote: "City Island" is a real hidden gem. Andy Garcia stars as a Bronx prison guard and head of a majorly dysfunctional family. When he's not working, he is taking an acting class secretly. Meanwhile, his wife thinks he is having an affair, but really he is just embarrassed to tell her about his acting ambitions. Combine that with a variety of other problems within the household, and you have this really well-made dark comedy film. The cast all works together well, and as always Andy Garcia is fantastic. There are some truly hilarious moments in this movie, and it's really a great watch. 4 stars.
(es) wrote: I do give Welcome to the Jungle major credit for trying to breathe life back into the cannibal genre. Unfortunately, the problem with said genre is the plot possibilities are extemely limited, and everything worthwhile about Welcome to the Jungle has already been done by better films. This wouldn't be a problem (most slasher flicks share the same plot, after all), if Welcome wasn't missing the one staple that makes the cannibal genre stand out in the first place - heinous, sadistic torture and gore. Whether this is due to a lack of budget, creativity, or courage, the film suffers because of it and ends up feeling like a poorly made ripoff. However, Welcome strikes me less as a movie shamelessly swiping its predecessors' thunder, and more as an attempt to revive a dead genre and pay homage to cult classics. There's no harm in cannibal fans giving this one a try.
(de) wrote: To be fair, this film succeeded at one thing. It managed to be even stupider, confusing and pointless than the predecessor.
(it) wrote: Made me fully realize how promident drugs are in Western Civilization.
(ru) wrote: A predictable but skillfully shot, and well acted ghost story.
(br) wrote: I havent seen this but anything to do with Dolphins has to be rated 5 stars they are so amazing and full of life and are magical they take my breath away and bring tears to my eyes
(es) wrote: what else can i say this movie is hot and the steppers marching unit they was hot
(ca) wrote: This is what nirvana actually stands for!
(ru) wrote: Un beau film sur la vie, l'amour, le contact humain. Et tout ceci a travers le temps. C'est tres leger et n'importe qui est apte a ecouter se petit bijou..
(us) wrote: Essentially just more of the same as the first one with some really striking imagery and a whole lot of scenes of poverty and natural world destruction. A little less preachy maybe and with a less intrusive soundtrack I found. If you like the first one, you'll like this. Still not as good as Baraka.
(ru) wrote: Had a LOT of potential at the beginning, but, as it moved forward, one could see the filmmaker losing his money. No explanation of the LAMEST looking zombies that resembled Gollum. Were they miners? Were they some kind of demon? We never know. So much unexplained. It seems the director ran out of money, threw his hands up, and just wanted to finish the movie without details.
(ag) wrote: not as good as other mgm musicals but stil worth watching
(de) wrote: fun and funny rom-com
(br) wrote: An excellent Film Noir from french master Jean Renoir. Definitely worth checking out!
(nl) wrote: Extremely underrated movie.. I laughed through the entire movie. If you don't understand this movie the we couldn't be friends.