Give 'em Hell, Malone (2009) 1080p YIFY Movie

Give 'em Hell, Malone (2009) 1080p

A tough as nails private investigator (Malone) squares off with gangsters and their thugs to protect a valuable secret. Malone goes through hell to protect the information but he dishes some hell as well...

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  • Genre: Action | Crime
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.84G
  • Resolution: 1920x816 / 23.976 (23976/1000) FPSfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 96
  • IMDB Rating: 6.0/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 1

The Synopsis for Give 'em Hell, Malone (2009) 1080p

A tough as nails private investigator (Malone) squares off with gangsters and their thugs to protect a valuable secret. Malone goes through hell to protect the information but he dishes some hell as well...


The Director and Players for Give 'em Hell, Malone (2009) 1080p

[Director]Russell Mulcahy
[Role:]Thomas Jane
[Role:]Ving Rhames
[Role:]Elsa Pataky


The Reviews for Give 'em Hell, Malone (2009) 1080p


Reviewed byinteleartsVote: 7/10/10

I expected this to be my Christmas turkey - but it is actually prettydarn good. The first 8 minutes (no spoiler intended) are excessive -your granny might not like it - and overall the film is raw in places -though not squirmingly so.

It is a good pastiche of the 40s film noir nothing too smart or dumb,some humor, with a psycho arsonist and the obligatory Japanese girlwith knives, a high body count, a hardboiled hero, a femme fatale, adecent enough plot, and all in all the time went by very fast indeed.

All in all, an uber violent and cool attempt with comic booksensibilities that fans of Sin City, Shoot Em Up, Wanted, and TheTournament will lap up.

Reviewed bySamiam3Vote: 7/10/10

There is much to like about Give 'em Hell Malone. It is a deliciouslygorgeous and entertaining comic book noir, which manages to be bothexiting and funny. This is the film that Sam Raimi's Darkman could'vebeen if it was a bit smarter.

The plot is a bit convoluted, but you end up not really caring. It is afun ride, and is also the first time since Deep Blue Sea in whichThomas Jane has actually impressed me. On account of his lack ofvariety and charisma, Jane is only cut out for soft spoken/slickpersona, individualist characters. Mr. Malone qualifies.

It should also be noted that Give 'em hell Malone is occasionallyplayed for laughs. The script throws out a lot of one liners and a fewquirks, which helps turn the smile on my face into a giggle. It ain't aterribly long movie, and by the end, you may find yourself exited formore. I guess the makers are exited too because Give 'em Hell Maloneends with a 'To Be Continued'

Hard to know if and when a second part will get the green light anytime soon, but I would certainly embrace it. If you can find Give 'emhell Malone, you should check it out.

Reviewed byrooprectVote: /10

The only reason I watched this was because the guy at the video storehanded it to me and told me it was really good, and I would've lookedlike a wuss if I had thrown it back at him & rented "Sense andSensibility" instead. I mean, it's tough enough renting a Hugh Grantflick without the added pressure.

So I got back home feeling a bit conned & not expecting much. Boy was Isurprised. From the first 30 seconds I could tell this was no ordinaryaction flick.

Yes, as other reviewers have noted, this film is strongly rooted infilm noir. But what makes it so interesting is that it's noir withoutthe noir. Sure, we have the lantern-jawed, emotionless anti-hero who'severything we would expect from Bogie. We have the mysterious femmefatale and the late night saxophone music to add to the mood. But thevisuals, pacing and presentation is something very fresh, very vibrant& colourful, and so over-the-top violent that you can't help but feelthe strong contrast against the typical 40s film noir. This wasdeliberate on the part of the director, just like he deliberatelythrows in lots of playful anachronisms: 1940s cars driving alongsidemodern minivans, and old time cityscape that suddenly blends intomodern streets (from what I understand, that's what the city of Spokaneis really like), and the list goes on. Other interesting contrastsinclude the tough-as-nails hero who's loving mother drops in atunexpected times. The flow of this film is anything but predictable,and that's what really keeps you hooked.

But my favourite part was the insane lineup of villains. It's sosurreal, like something out of Dick Tracy. I particularly liked thecharacter of "Matchstick", a deformed, psychotic sicko whom you gottafall in love with. Then there's the cute/slutty lolita girl "Mauler"who can carve a man up faster than a ginsu knife commercial; yet shecomplains that she can't get a date. And lastly we have theincomparable Ving Rhames playing the cold-hearted assassin who slipsinto Gandhi-like moments of introspection and wisdom. What a wackybunch! This is definitely a fun film. Even the excessive violence is soexaggerated you gotta love it. Here we have the best gore clichés inthe business: the guy who gets hit in the mouth and spits a gallon ofblood, the guy who gets knifed in the leg and gushes blood like a hose,and don't forget the best one... someone getting their heart ripped outof their chest while they're still breathing. There's a lot oftongue-in-cheek fun going here. It's almost like an action flick thatmakes fun of action flicks. But at the same time it's subtle enoughthat you can take it as a straightforward action flick. Either way,you're in for a wild ride.

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