A mysterious diver hiding in Amsterdam's canal system embarks on a rampage of gruesome murders, terrifying city officials and leaving few clues for the city's best detective, who doesn't suspect that both his new girlfriend and twelve-year-old daughter may be closer than he is to finding the killer.
- Category:Thriller, Action, Crime, Horror
- Stars:Huub Stapel, Monique van de Ven, Serge-Henri Valcke, Tanneke Hartzuiker, Wim Zomer, Hidde Maas, Lou Landré, Tatum Dagelet, Edwin Bakker, Door van Boeckel, Barbara Martijn, Pieter Lutz, Simone Ettekoven, Koos van der Knaap, Pieter Loef,
- Director:Dick Maas,
- Writer:Dick Maas
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Amsterdamned torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Yet another good performance by the newest cast of an old favorite team. Scooby and the gang (Mystery Inc.) are definately raking up points at our house.
(au) wrote: Loved it! The movie brings the message about love and acceptance. Bravo.
(gb) wrote: lmao i just watched the trailer, looks soo funny
(nl) wrote: nice action. would have loved to see more of shilpa shetty.
(jp) wrote: Jesus. $14,000,000 for this?!! everything is bad here. Stupid script stupid acting stupid action stupid cameraman job. OMG even Seagal is in bad shape
(ag) wrote: i somehow expected something more ... but at least it didn't deliver the usual trite lines ... all seemed a bit banal at the end !
(us) wrote: the movie is extremely hard to understand and I can't be bothered to write down why this movie is a masterpiece. I would suggest watching "bennet the sage"'s comedic yet informative review. it pretty much covers everything
(jp) wrote: surprised they could pull any passion out of this..pleasantly surprised
(fr) wrote: Another good comedy with Chevy Chase, very goofy, but charming, and I enjoyed it.
(au) wrote: Excellent film from Lina Wertmuller. It took a little time to get going, but Giancarlo Giannini's performance as Tonino carried it along. It's the story of an Italian farmer who's committed to killing Mussolini after the death of his anarchist friend. He joins up with an anarchist group and goes to meet his contact in Rome, a prostitute named Salome played brilliantly by Mariangela Melato. She lets him stay at her bordello a couple days until Mussolini is to pass through, but Tonino quickly falls in love with another prostitute, Tripolina. Like I said, the best part of this film is Giannini and his chemistry with Melato. Tonino is a soft spoken character, almost like a child, but there's a craziness to him; as though he could breakdown or explode at any minute. Even he knows he's on a suicide mission, though it's more for revenge than any ideology. As his affair develops with Tripolina, it calls into question whether he will actually go through with the assassination. Meanwhile Salome is loud, even shrill. She holds nothing in and is fully committed to her anarchist cause. It's this dynamic that keeps the film really interesting.That's not to say that there wasn't some beautiful cinematography here as well, because there certainly was. This is my first Lina Wertmuller film, and I must say that I'm interested in seeing more. Also that seen with Tonino and the kitten was pretty great as well.
(ru) wrote: Technicolor highlights all the sweat and age on Flynn that you might have overlooked if it had been in B&W. Still, he was about 15 years past his prime in this, and only looked 10 years past. Maureen O'Hara and Anthony Quinn bring it up to 3 stars.
(nl) wrote: Routine mystery suffers from Ladd's seeming indifference to his character in the lead and Gail Russell's unsuitability for her role. A lovely actress, her looks had not been destroyed by her extreme alcoholism at this point, her presence is too gentle to be convincing as the sort of femme fatale that was Ladd's frequent partner, Veronica Lake's stock in trade. The best performance comes from supporting player Edith King, in her screen debut, as the shady but very fun Mrs. Smith who though it's never stated outright is obviously the local madame as well as involved in other shady doings. The picture comes to life whenever she enters the scene. It's a pity her role isn't larger. Otherwise this is a standard actioner that the studios pumped out weekly to keep product in the theatres during the Golden Age.
(it) wrote: Loved this. Thought it was better than the original Monsters Inc and it had a good message to kids, never give up on your dreams no matter what others tell you you can't do
(br) wrote: Quiet intensity carries the whole thing.