A Run for Money
The film is set in present-day Istanbul. Selim is a shop owner in his early forties. He sells clothing for men in his shop situated in one of the back streets of Istanbul. Selim is a family man who has devoted his life to his home and his work. He lives with his wife Ayla, his six-year-old daughter Esma and his old father in a simple flat in and old, modest neighbourhood. He has warm relations with his family. He is an affectionate father. One of his neighbours, a young widow named Nihal tries to seduce Selim, but her flirtation leaves him cold. Selim is known for his honesty and integrity among his family and friends. He is a careful spender. As a little child, he has learned that money is not easily earned. He has no tolerance for petty "trickery" met in daily life. One day, Selim finds a bag full of dollar bills (approximately 500,000$) in a cab. From that day on, Selim finds himself in a bewildered state with a bag full of money on his hands.
The film is set in present-day Istanbul. Selim is a shop owner in his early forties. He sells clothing for men in his shop situated in one of the back streets of Istanbul. Selim is a family man who has devoted his life to his home and his work. He lives with his wife Ayla, his six-year-old daughter Esma and his old father in a simple flat in and old, modest neighbourhood. He has warm relations with his family. He is an affectionate father. One of his neighbours, a young widow named Nihal tries to seduce Selim, but her flirtation leaves him cold. Selim is known for his honesty and integrity among his family and friends. He is a careful spender. As a little child, he has learned that money is not easily earned. He has no tolerance for petty "trickery" met in daily life. One day, Selim finds a bag full of dollar bills (approximately 500,000$) in a cab. From that day on, Selim finds himself in a bewildered state with a bag full of money on his hands. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Run for Money torrent reviews
(es) wrote: I love this movie, I think it's very funny!
(ag) wrote: Ignore most of the reviews for this documentary as they are for a completely different movie called 'The Divide'. Ride The Divide is a fantastic film about one of the hardest bike races in the world and it is both inspirational and very well made. If you are into biking you'll love this!
(us) wrote: Entrapment minus Catherine Zeta Jones + Ocean's Eleven minus 6 members equals ... bleh.
(gb) wrote: J'ai pass une trs bonne soire et Lambert Wilson est trop craquant
(de) wrote: A tough watch. Touching.
(es) wrote: Let me start of by commending the cast of Rogue; made up of John Jarratt (Wolf Creek, Picnic at Hanging Rock and The Final Winter), Stephen Curry (The Castle, Thunderstruck, The Wog Boy and The King), Radha Mitchell (Silent Hill, The Crazies, Surrogates, Pitch Black and Man on Fire) and Sam Worthington (Somersault, Thunderstruck, Macbeth, Terminator: Salvation, Avatar and Clash of the Titans). Every one of these Aussies are worth their weight in Golden Globes. It's as much of a different a role that John Jarratt could really have from Mick Taylor in Wolf Creek. But he pulls off this (relatively small) role in outstanding stride, as do the rest of them. Every actor bar Michael Vartan (Alias, Kitchen Confidential and One Hour Photo) is Australian (though Vartan did get a Southern Cross tattoo after starring in Rogue) and yet half of the characters are international tourists, which just goes to further show their acting mettle.Creature-Features are pretty standard horror fair, and there's enough DVD's about giant crocodiles to kill a hundred zombies vinyl-Shaun of the dead style. But Rogue does it like no one else does. The cinematography and soundtrack brilliance from Wolf Creek shines through. No film has ever pulled off a plot like this in quite such a unique and clever way.You don't actually get to see any more of the croc than its tail until over half way through the film (when it's already demolished 2 boats and killed 5 people) which I'm sure the community at large will take any excuse to complain about, but I think it works perfectly for Greg McLean's film. Rogue is not a big-buck picture, but it's not what you've got to work with, it's how you work it, and he knows exactly what the fuck he's doing. If you can't make the creature look overwhelmingly realistic, then don't concentrate on the creature. He brings the fear without ever having to show it on screen, and the fact that you wait so long for its appearance just makes the crocodile all the more brutal and frightening when you eventually do.Proving once again that the Australian outback is a terrifying place to be, Greg McClean brings out the best giant-croc film there is, and makes it believable. Too often we're put through the light-hearted mediocrity of Lake Placid and Black Waters, or the the dull waste of potential seen in Primeval and Eaten Alive. Here we don't have the evil paramilitary forces who've made a super croc intent on killing all humans with its diamond teeth and acid breath, it's just a 7 metre beast (living crocodiles have been recorded at over 8m long) that's territorial as Hell.There wasn't quite zero problems, there characters weren't quite as tight as they were in Wolf Creek, some of the timing was off and the CG wasn't that great (above) although it was better than most Creature Features around, and the use of puppets and real crocodiles helped remedy this. The gore is about as minimal as it gets, in fact if anything I would have gone for more kills, so nobody should be that offended by its content (they're even super-respectful of Arnhem land). Greg McLean is a genre force to be reckoned with, and I can't wait to get my hands on Red Hill (even though he's only producing, I even more can't wait to see what he comes up with next).-Gimly
(au) wrote: "Can love survive the fall of paradise?"
(de) wrote: Great movie & funny.
(kr) wrote: I am not sure how I missed this fine film for twenty years. Foster and Neeson deliver truly outstanding performances that make the unlikely story believable.
(ca) wrote: This is a fucked movie! She's on the phone for 90 minutes basically...and that's the movie! Timothy Mcvey couldn't have made a bigger bomb!
(nl) wrote: I only watched this film for Alan Alda, he was alright, so was Michael Caine and Michelle Pfeiffer. I didn't really like this movie.
(br) wrote: Doesn't do any justice to it's subject while mercilessly straining to cash in on the success of the infinitely better "Coal Miner's Daughter". This just isn't an interesting story. Patsy Cline is not an interesting character, and Jessica Lange does not make her any more interesting. Ed Harris is the only real high point. His performance, especially in the final half hour, is very strong.
(ca) wrote: It's really too bad this was never completed, because I think it would have really been great. I really enjoyed what was completed though, even though the prince is quite the stalker.
(jp) wrote: This film was butchered in editing, and Besson should move away from the whole kid assassin thing.
(es) wrote: All of the clichs you'd expect in a romcom, but roughly covered over with a patina of snappy patter to make it seem as if the whole concoction is a fresh thing. The chemistry between the leads add mucho spice too.
(ag) wrote: A decent popcorn movie--nothing more. It's a shame that when thousands of very good scriptwriters are struggling to make ends meet, this kind of drivel is being peddled out of America. The country should both be ashamed, and, as in the original Frankenstein, be chasing everyone involved with lit torches and demand answers. A national travesty and indecency.
(it) wrote: This one is pretty bad. I liked Tuturro here, and Ryder was admirable in her role, but everything was forced and ultimately just unfunny. Nothing else to really elaborate on here.
(kr) wrote: Mr. Turner is a beautifully put together film which, over its 150 minute run time makes you wish for the swift death of it's subject if not the audience out of mercy.