Full Movie Name: 45 2006 Hindi Dual Audio 480p BRRip 300MB
Movie Info: IMDb
Rating: 5.7/10 from 7,167
Genres: Crime | Drama | Thriller
Motion Picture Rating (MPAA): Rated R for pervasive strong language including graphic sexual references, violence, sexuality and some drug use.
Language: Hindi Dubbed – English
Release Date: 30 November 2006 (Greece)
Director: Gary Lennon
Writer: Gary Lennon
Stars: Milla Jovovich, Angus Macfadyen, Stephen Dorff
Duration: 90 Minutes
Size: 303 MB
Kate and her brutish boyfriend Big Al sell handguns on the streets of New York. She’s smart, stylish, and self-confident, but all that leaves her when Al, in a jealous and self-indulgent rage, beats her. Three friends encourage her recovery: Vic, a woman who would like to be Kate’s lover; Reilly, who runs with Al but also is attracted to Kate and repulsed by Al’s violence; and, Liz, the counselor assigned to Kate from a battered-women’s program. Vic and Reilly talk about killing Al, Liz gives pep talks; Kate remains frightened. Will Al’s menace and Kate’s dependency hold sway?
Reviews: I am a voracious viewer of DVD’s. I stalk my video store for new releases, and I will rent just about anything regardless of hype, trend or word of mouth. When I saw Milla Jovovich sitting on the cover of the splashy DVD for the new release of .45 with a gun, I said I asked myself, “why not?” I searched out a few more “bad girl” titles to make the evening a theme, and once I got through the two other cookie cutter Hollywood Tarantino-esquire “grind-house” titles and finally popped in .45, I was pleasantly appalled and equally as surprised. Appalled by the fact that the dangerous behavior of the two main characters (Milla and Angus Mcfayden) was definitely performances that I wasn’t used to seeing in mainstream American fare, but surprised that the filmmakers finally got what has been missing in film lately.
I cut my teeth on Scorsese, Casavettes and the unflinching cinema usually found in foreign films from the 70’s and 80’s. What the film “.45” does is reminds me that there are great ideas, writing and film-making in America, if only the corporations that run them give filmmakers a chance……