After the Sunset

After the Sunset

Two master thieves (Brosnan and Hayek) are finally retiring after one last succesful mission. Residing in their own tropical paradise, their old nemesis, FBI Agent Stan P. Lloyd shows up to make sure they really are retired. Docked in the port is an ocean liner called the "Diamond Cruise" and Stan is convinced that they're not really retired at all, and that this is the next set up.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:97 minutes
  • Release:2004
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:parade,   dancing,   disguise,  

The story of what happens after a master thief achieves his last big score, when the FBI agent who promised he'd capture him is about to do just that. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


After the Sunset torrent reviews

Javeth R (fr) wrote: I hate this movie so much.

John W (ca) wrote: Another reviewer said "What an amazing concept...trapped in a truly awfully directed, produced, and acted movie" I couldn't agree more. They could have and SHOULD have done a much better job with every aspect (including more effectual use of the great actor they had in McDowell). I wasn't sure if this was a drama, comedy, christian film or spoof. The lead was oblivious and unbelievable - to the point that every time he mentioned Jesus' name I wasn't sure if he was sincere or blasphemous. In the end, I really like the concept and, of course, the message, but it was so poorly communicated that without a post-film explanation, I'm afraid it was lost on the vast majority of the audience.

Kevin T (au) wrote: Like nails down a blackboard.

Rafael F (ru) wrote: So awesome! Great reboot for the saga!!!

veronica t (it) wrote: Incredible movie! This is seriously a fantastic thriller and Val Kilmer rocks!

Ryan L (us) wrote: Paris was charming and romantic. New York - not so much.

Robbie V (ag) wrote: Murder mystery about corruption of the souls of US soldiers occupying Iraq.

Antwan J J (kr) wrote: Not bad and so true to life loved the cast,story, and message

Charles H (kr) wrote: I don't think this guy, Mark Deming, actually watched the movie. Or, maybe he got up a couple of times in the middle of it and had to breastfeed his kid.

Walker S (fr) wrote: Great movie but the story Is not entirely true it is more of a over dramatized version of the truth In real life Sid wasn't a regular but a skate enthusiast kid whose final wish was to have the zboys skate his back yard pool they probably knew him in real life but didn't skate with him also events didn't happen as explained jay was 13 instead of 16 at the time the zboys was formed and the zephyr skate team disbanded after 6 months the real shop was owned by skip engblom Craig stecyk and jeff ho the director took beyond way to many liberties with the truth so much so that Jeff ho asked not to be mentioned in the film the actual zboys make appearances in the film in cameos it's not a bad film just not the true story watch the documentary dogtown and zboys

Timothy C (kr) wrote: This could be an exfoliated carbarator, or a decapitated dodecahedron. A ready made classic for children and adults alike.

John B (es) wrote: Wow! Another great film from the Dardenne. I truly believe that they are incapable of making anything less than a gripping tale.

Lina (kr) wrote: A great film, which spawned a great comic...

Anders A (us) wrote: Sublime poetry riding the new american cinema. Malick is letting the pictures talk in total universal scale. A love triangle kneeling into the arms of the earth. Sensual cinematic and spiritual story huzzling into the endless wound of love. Unsettling distraction of the unknown psyche, tormenting the vermin.

Manny C (de) wrote: When the amazing Federico Fellini is dealing with individuals he's incredibly dour. When dealing with ensembles he's almost an entirely different filmmaker. The autobiographical Amarcord ('I remember') is the finest, most exquisite and important films of Fellnii's later era, propelled by Nino Rota's infectious score and the gorgeous cinematography from Guiseppe Rotunno that makes every color pop, from the crisp blue Italian sky to a fading diva's crimson red coat. Amarcord centers on a small village during Italy's fascist period, in which everyday life is turned into indulgent, circus-like rituals laced with male adolescent desires, political intrigue and tragedy. It's Fellini's most personal effort, and maybe his most moving and affecting. Brilliant.

Bobby B (ru) wrote: An amusing, forgotten B-horror flick about nothing less then atomic-fueled disembodied brains who eat people's brains. The first hour or so is really not too eventful, but is mildly amusing and diverting fluff. The last 15 minutes, however, are pure B-movie gold. While it's never less than utterly ridiculous and not at all frightening, the climax is actually pretty damn inventive, and it's easy to see how this inspired horror masterpieces like The Birds and Night of the Living Dead. Fiend Without A Face obviously is nothing great or even good, but it's enjoyable with a hilarious, bizarre climax. The sight of brains crawling around and strangling people to death thrilled my inner 10-year old.

Matthew M (us) wrote: A good straightforward gangster yarn. Robinson's character feels comically outlandish (short dumpy middle-aged man plays role of stereotypical leading man). Bogey is Bogey. If only he could have played both the cunning cop AND the cunning gangster, this would have been perfect.

James S (us) wrote: Probably more epic by historical standards, but to a 'the sopranos' loving fan in 2015, it's a pretty tame and subtle movie. Great performance from di Niro, who I have never ever seen play a character like that, and he does it so well. Not the Robert di Niro I know. Apparently was one of the first movies to successfully integrate rock music, showing it's an old classic and probably deserves more love than I am willing to give. As a fan of the godfather, goodfellas and the sopranos, this movie doesn't do much for me.