After pulling off his last job as a safe-cracker, Ravi decides he has had enough and decides to go straight. He gets a job looking after wood products as a manager with the owner, and his ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
After pulling off his last job as a safe-cracker, Ravi decides he has had enough and decides to go straight. He gets a job looking after wood products as a manager with the owner, and his ...
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Gary K (ru) wrote: I can't believe this even got distribution -- half star for the great marketing/poster
Matthew I (us) wrote: Uncomfortable viewing at times , but gives you an insight into life in the former Eastern bloc & how they are treated in Western Europe
Alessandro F (gb) wrote: The movie itself is ok, quite melodramatic at times, but the story works well. The cinematography was good too, scenes like the last one are worth watching. I also enjoyed how the scenes were not in chronological order, even though this could result in a bit of confusion sometimes. What really shines through the whole movie is Marion Cotillard's oscar-worthy acting; definitely one of the best performances i've seen in a while
Mark H (us) wrote: a bit of a strange film really
Brian S (nl) wrote: still the same general brand of comedy from the earlier films, but a lot less hammy and a lot more toned-down overall. while Bob Hope maintains much of the same deadpan charm that makes him so enjoyable in previous efforts, Crosby appears a bit off the mark and isn't nearly up to his usual game. Gale Sondergaard makes a great appearance as the villain, though. the music was pretty good as well. laugh-out-loud moments and classic style aside, this is probably one of the weakest films in the series.
Jeff L (es) wrote: A tremendously full and witty historical costume drama. And it manages to be so without falling into complete melodrama (although sometimes it gets close, though not in a bad way: melodrama has its place, and in the hands of great actors like Burton and O'Toole, melodramatic scenes further the plot in convenient ways.) Those who would cynically complain about its overly grandiose caricatures, theatrical sets and pompous dialogue fail to understand the aesthetic and literary point of epic costume drama. It is not a documentary. It's a dramatic biopic that manages, though bravado acting and plump dialogue, to explain in 2+ hours an astonishingly complicated story. And it manages to hit the mark. You could spend 100 hours studying the personalities and the political, religious and historical intrigue of the "Becket" controversy, and still come nowhere near as clear and generally accurate understanding as this film provides.And Burton and O'Toole, at the top of their game, is great fun to watch!