15 Minutes

15 Minutes

When Eastern European criminals Oleg and Emil come to New York City to pick up their share of a heist score, Oleg steals a video camera and starts filming their activities, both legal and illegal. When they learn how the American media circus can make a remorseless killer look like the victim and make them rich, they target media-savvy NYPD Homicide Detective Eddie Flemming and media-naive FDNY Fire Marshal Jordy Warsaw, the cops investigating their murder and torching of their former criminal partner, filming everything to sell to the local tabloid TV show "Top Story."

Emil Slovak and Oleg Razgul are two ex-con who have just been released from prison. However, instead of making a fresh start, the two lapse into their old way by robbing a bank in Russia. And soon do they forget what make them in prison. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


15 Minutes torrent reviews

Alex S (jp) wrote: I'm biased I admit, but this is a funny, smart and enjoyable romp through the frozen wasteland that is a Canadian winter. The inspiration for an artist, including Boris, sometimes comes from dark sources.

Melissa W (au) wrote: Very strange movie because it jumps around a lot and the plot wanders without a primary driving element. Cute and entertaining, but also genuine and heartfelt.

Paul C (ag) wrote: At least it's mercifully short - but that still doesnt detract from dreadful acting - particularly Assante and Hannah, and Abraham looks incredibly embarrassed to be involved.

Staci P (br) wrote: Was actually pretty funny. Nicely done, yet highly predictable, holiday fare. Enjoyable if you like Looney Tunes.

andro p (fr) wrote: this movie is nice..though it's not scary, the story has a good twist..:D

Juan M (nl) wrote: Well acted, still the plot loses power half way through and ends up no different than any other typical american movie.

Garrett (fr) wrote: Does the fact that a bunch of owls somehow manage to act better than 90% of the cast a detriment? Not really, but the owls are the best part of this by a long shot.

Robyn V (nl) wrote: Decadent and embellished.

Cathy C (nl) wrote: good movie, great message!!

Joe A (nl) wrote: Blacula was a big success and so it was a no brainer that A.I.P. rushed into production with a follow up that was released less then a year later. Sequel tries to up the ante by adding the legendary Pam Grier to the cast but, is a weaker effort do to a somewhat lighter touch by director Bob Kelijan and a weaker script by writers Maurice Jules, Raymond Koenig and Joan Torres (Torres and Koenig wrote the original). Grier plays Lisa, a voodoo priestess on whom a rival seaks vengence by resurrecting the vampire Mamuwalde. But, Mamuwalde has his own ideas as he sees Grier's Lisa as a way to finally lift his curse and end his eternal torment. But will his quest to be free cause him to finally embrace the monster? There is still plenty to enjoy in this lesser sequel and William Marshall is once again strong in the role that sadly didn't continue after this entry.His commanding presence and intense stare dominate every scene he's in and who wouldn't want to stare at Pam Grier who holds her own with Marshall quite well. There are still some very creepy moments too, especially when a squad of unprepared cops enter a vampire infested mansion at the spooky climax. And the 70s nostagia helps make up for some of the shortcomings by adding some charm to the proceedings. Plenty of entertainment to be had if you liked the first entry or just enjoy a good dose of 70s B-movie horror. Sadly, Scream's poor performance scrapped plans for a third entry. Had they only taken time to craft a worthy sequel this series might have gone on and made a star out of Marshall as Hammer's Dracula series did for Brit legend Christopher Lee.

Michael D (kr) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie. I enjoy black and white films as much or maybe more (I like the artsiness). A great film with a great twist.