Appointment in Beirut
When an international casino crime ring is planning a big score at a fixed roulette game, the casino police enlists the help of Jeff Miller, an alcoholic croupier, to nab the bad guys. Jeff is attracted to Laura, a singer at the casino, but she prefers the company of the leader of the thieving casino ring.
- Stars:Laurence Harvey, Ann-Margret, Andrea Bosic, José Calvo, Alberto de Mendoza, Ivan Desny, Luis Dávila, Lisa Halvorsen, Jan Hendriks, Camilla Horn, Luis Morris, Milo Quesada,
- Country:Italy, Spain, West Germany, Argentina
- Director:Nino Zanchin,
- Writer:Juan Cesarabea (screenplay), Juan Cesarabea (story), Sergio Donati (screenplay), Sergio Donati (story), José Gutiérrez Maesso (screenplay), José Gutié
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Appointment in Beirut torrent reviews
(au) wrote: This film is absolutely awful. It seems to have been written by 12 year olds. I think they made their money from this in product placement knowing that it wasn't really going to make any money. They must have known.
(nl) wrote: I hate this film on so many levels. Bruce Wayne has been made pathetic. Bane is pathetic. Thalia al Gul is pathetic. Plot holes everywhere. Broken backs do not heal on there own in cave jails and batman can not survive a nuclear blast. Either would Gothams citizens when the irradiated air is blown back by the weather as it didn't explode that far away.
(fr) wrote: Bad but not as bad as I was expecting.
(jp) wrote: I quite like this film and how it talked about pharmaceutical business (blood company). It's a good irony. But since the background of the film was in the future and there's science, I expected a lot more scientific stuffs about the vampire and all. Still it's a quite enjoyable film.
(kr) wrote: Got this one from the library: very inspiring.
(ca) wrote: 'American Pimp' is fascinating from start to finish. The Hughes brothers documentary is relatively non-judgmental, and lets the flamboyant and ultra-verbal pimps do the talking. And boy, can they talk! This lack of moralizing troubles some viewers but I found it refreshing not to be manipulated and told what to think about a subject for once. Audiences will be divided in their reactions and opinions to these guys and I like it that way. Recommended viewing for anyone with an open mind and a sense of the absurd.
(au) wrote: An immoral farmer using illegal genetic manipulation to create a new strain of sheep gets more than he bargained for when a couple of animal rights activists accidentally release a mutant virus that turns his flock into flesh eating monsters. Black Sheep does exactly what it says on the tin. Taking its cues from zombie and werewolf films, it's a no frills comic horror film that doesn't aim for outright parody or belly laughs, instead relying on the inherent silliness of the idea. As a result I'd hardly call it hilarious, but it does have its funny moments and the film as a whole is surprisingly well done, with the cast playing it admirably straight, some very nice photography and quality effects. Very much in the tradition of countryman Peter Jackson's Bad Taste and Braindead (although a lot more reserved by comparison!) it will also appeal to fans of Sam Raimi's early work and Shaun Of The Dead. I'd like to have seen more of Tandi Wright's amusingly amoral mad scientist, but it's a well made irreverant monster mash that rarely fails to entertain.
(kr) wrote: If it was a good movie there was really no way of knowing because I could hardly wrap my head around the twisted relationship between these two insane sisters to even pay attention to anything else that was going on. I love movies that delve deep into the human psyche, they are fascinating, but this one was too messed up for me to stomach.
(ag) wrote: A very funny and very quirky movie. If you are in the right mood it is a laugh out loud bit of insanity.
(ru) wrote: Bad acting, cliche dialogue, cheap sound effects, predictable plot. What more don't you need. I expected better from you, 1981!
(gb) wrote: That is my cat....Mr. Kitty!
(ru) wrote: Between a 6/10 and 7/10, this is an intellectual "thriller" whose rather crudely constructed and edited action sequences have not aged well -- but by the relentless comparison of two extreme political positions of the right and the left, Chabrol manages to poke holes in both the status quo and the idea of revolution in his unblinking non-partisan satirical style.
(ag) wrote: Really enjoyable. Surprisingly good story and great characters.
(de) wrote: Though the villain in the movie is severely underdeveloped with unclear motivations, the new reboot has exciting thrills and a great portrayal of Spider-Man by Andrew Garfield.