Hell or High Water (2016) 1080p YIFY Movie

Hell or High Water (2016) 1080p

A divorced father and his ex-con older brother resort to a desperate scheme in order to save their family's ranch in West Texas.

IMDB: 8.161 Likes

  • Genre: Crime | Drama
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.55G
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 102
  • IMDB Rating: 8.1/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 5 / 80

The Synopsis for Hell or High Water (2016) 1080p

A divorced father and his ex-con older brother resort to a desperate scheme in order to save their family's ranch in West Texas.


The Director and Players for Hell or High Water (2016) 1080p

[Director]David Mackenzie
[Role:]Ben Foster
[Role:]Dale Dickey
[Role:]Chris Pine


The Reviews for Hell or High Water (2016) 1080p


Best Film This YearReviewed bygg04804Vote: 10/10

You need to see this movie. That could be this entire review, but I think I should describe how amazing this film is. Unlike most summer movies, the writing is fantastic, keeping me and the rest of the people watching with me attached to the movie and its characters even when they are just talking in a diner or something. Also unlike most other summer movies, the movie does not attempt to create artificial tension in the form of fast cuts or stupid action scenes, it creates tension in the form of dialogue and sometimes in the form of brilliantly filmed action. It should be noted that the cinematography in this film is truly amazing. The cinematography captures the desolateness and sadness of the area of West Texas that the movie is set in. There are also many wide shots, which looked like they were filmed with drones which also added to the beauty of the filming. The music also adds to the western feel of this movie. The writing of this film is where it really shines. The writing is captivating and it is so natural, for the area. The banter between both pairs of characters (the brothers and the rangers) is very entertaining in that you can almost feel their relationship and the history of it. Also, I have to say, the writing for the side characters, who are only in the film for their respective scenes is even better. This is the first time I have ever cared about some random waitress who is only in the film for 90 seconds because their writing is masterful. Also, the acting is definitely some of the best I have seen, Ben Foster and Jeff Bridges both really shine in the film because of their stunning acting. The acting helps in that when Chris Pine and Ben Foster are mid- heist you can really feel the stress when they get into situations that one or both of them are not comfortable with. In closing, this film has amazing writing, cinematography, acting, pacing, everything. This film is just beautiful and you really need to see it, like yesterday, it is easily the best film this year and a major contender for Best Picture, Best Director, etc.

Reviewed byPaul AllaerVote: 10/10/10

"Hell or High Water" (2016 release; 105 min.) brings the story of twobrothers, Toby and Tanner. As the movie opens, we see them rob twoTexas Midlands Bank branches in rapid succession. It's only later thatwe learn why. After the second heist, the Texas Rangers are informed,and Marcus, who is going to retire in three weeks, wants to do onefinal case before going off into the sunset. At this point, we are 10min. into the movie, but to tell you more of the plot would spoil yourviewing experience, you'll just have to see for yourself how it allplays out.

Couple of comments: this is the latest movie from Scottish directorDavid Mackenzie, and here he brings to the big screen the outstandingscript by former actor Taylor Sheridan, who blew us away last year with"Sicario", my No.1 movie of the year in 2015. Here the story focuses onthe two brothers, one a divorced dad and the other just released aftera 7 year prison stint. The brothers are played by Chris Pine (MILESaway from the recent Star Trek Beyond) and Ben Foster. But the bestperformance comes from Jeff Bridges as good ol' Marcus, always short onbreath and "sitting on the porch, practicing my future", when hispartner asks him why he is sitting outside his hotel room. Bridges hasgotten many acclaims over his career, and I don't know that this onetops them all, but it sure comes close. Add in the beautiful landscapeof the southwest (New Mexico standing in for Western Texas), plus agorgeous soundtrack fro Nick Cave and Warren Ellis, and it all comestogether like a perfect cocktail. I'm trying to think of any flaws inthis movie, but I can't think of any, hence my rating of 5 stars (whichI rarely give).

The movie opened this weekend at my local art-house theater here inCincinnati, and I couldn't wait to see it. The Friday early eveningscreening where I saw this at was attended nicely, and I bet you withoutstanding word-of-mouth a guarantee, this movie will gain strength atthe box office in the weeks to come. Pretty sure this will pick up alot of attention come the awards season at the end of the year. "Hellor High Water" is HIGHLY, HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

Reviewed bysubxerogravityVote: 9/10/10

Look at Chris Pine trying to prove he's not just a pretty face doingthese small films that show his range, and show how he can do accents,but seriously, Pine was totally in his element here.

Jeff bridges gave a great performance that matches his cowboy ethics inTrue Grit, playing a very old school Texas Ranger hunting down Pine andBen Foster who play brothers robbing banks. A little in the ArchieBunker Territory when dealing with his Mexican, Native Americanpartner, but all the way likable.

Ben Foster was fantastic as well,as the bad apple big brother lookingfor redemption. Very dynamic acting, by all three main actors.

The music really adds to the cool western feel, putting me in thecowboy mode. I thought it was interesting that they had one scene inthe movie in which real life cowboys herding cattle appear, in a movieabout the movie style cowboys, and it's some real cowboy stuff going onhere.

It's very macho without turning off the indi crowd that would love thisfilm. There's a scene in the movie when Jeff Daniels Characterconfronts one of the bank robbers and it was like Eastwood and Wayneback in the day, man. It just wraps up the whole vibe of the movie inone swoop. I feel like it's the type of movie everyone in Texas shouldlove.

And it's very Texas (or rather what I expect from Texas): every dinneronly sells streak, It's hard to be a armed bank robber because at leasttwo people in the bank carry a gun. The film does use Texas as aperfect pocket for all American life with the bank robbers having abigger agenda to save the land they own and secure a future for theirfamily, screwing over the bank that's screwing them.

It has the same appeal of the Timber when it comes to today's Westerns,but it's setting in contemporary times but with that old fashion tonegives it an edge.

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