Story of international intrigue involving a university professor, an Arab prime minister, a ruthless businessman, a beautiful spy, and hieroglyphics.

Professor David Pollock is an expert in ancient Arabic hieroglyphics. A Middle Eastern Prime Minister convinces Pollock to infiltrate the organization of a man named Beshraavi, who is involved in a plot against the Prime Minister. The nature of the plot is believed to be found in a hieroglyphic code. Beshraavi's mistress, Yasmin Azir is a mystery intertwined in the plot. Pollock needs her help, but when she repeatedly seems to double cross him in one escapade after another, he can't decide on whose side she is working. Ultimately working together, Pollock and Yasmin decipher the plot and set out to stop an assassination of the Prime Minister. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Arabesque torrent reviews

Brad P (de) wrote: I don't like this type of movie.

Andrew M (ag) wrote: Blended is hilarious and entertaining. This is another Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore romantic comedy. This movie has an awesome plot. I would very much suggest this movie.

James P (jp) wrote: Poignant, moving and litrered with superb performances throughout. Recommended.

John A (it) wrote: A Couple Stop At A Motel, When Their Car Breaks Down, They Quickly Come Across Some Snuff Videos & Realise That They Might Be The Next Victims So Decide To Fight Back. This Is A Well-Made Horror/Thriller, With A Decent Script And Performances. The Film However Excels With It's Tension Building Scenes, It's Atmosphere, The Directional & Editorial Cuts & Of Course It's Musical Score. All Are Used Very Effectively. It Also Helps That It's An Original Twist On The Typical Slasher Movie, All In A Very Entertaining Movie.

Jules Y (fr) wrote: I really loved this movie another one about a film fanatic and I am always addcited to such films. it was never released in Europe.

jordan m (ru) wrote: i love teachers specialy ms. rose

Sunil J (br) wrote: James Marsden is exceptionally good and Glenn Close is better than I've ever seen her. This film is beautifully written and shot.

Joo P (au) wrote: Far From Heaven is a great drama full of good intentions and great performances by Julianne Moore, Dennis Quaid and Dennis Haysbert, but the script and direction lost the opportunity to cross boundaries about racism and others polemic themes, they establish ideas, but they never go deep to create discussions, it's good, but could be better.

Joseph S (gb) wrote: Wow you remove Guillermo del Toro and add an annoying cast and it's amazing how much the concept sinks.

Sherry M (mx) wrote: Very interesting story - the image we want to project vs who we really are. Mark Ruffalo very good.

Lil M (ru) wrote: is should be a good movie

Michael J (fr) wrote: Well done skate choreography, bad story.

Adrian B (fr) wrote: Superb comedy-drama for which an executive Mac (Peter Riegert) is sent by the oil chief Felix Happer (Burt Lancaster) to a small, isolated town in Scotland to build an oil refinery. When he finally reaches the nation, he meets and ultimately befriends a young man named Danny (Peter Capaldi) and they drive to small town of Ferness (of which the oil refinery is expected to be built) and Mac becomes accustomed to the relaxed, tame mood of the friendly coastal village. There is something extraordinary special when film is able to develop such naturalness to it and is also able to allow the viewer to laugh at an assortment of scenes throughout. Everything is right about "Local Hero" and this marks another great movie for Lancaster late into his long career.

Ally C (ag) wrote: This should have been one of Cassavetes' great films. Three great actors, Cassavetes, Ben Gazzara and Peter Falk talking for two and a half hours. When the film is good, it's brilliant but when it's bad, it stinks. Thankfully there are many more good moments than bad and is continuously watchable. The story revolves around the three men (Gus, Archie and Harry) in the immediate aftermath of one of their close friend's funeral. They go on a binge in New York questioning their lives and their friendship toward one another, their wives and their families. After New York, they travel to London to get drunk, gamble and try to land some women. Gazzara's Harry succeeds in doing all three with more guts and bravado than the rest but he is also more desperate and unhappy than they are. Gazzara is the alpha male of the trio with Cassavetes' charmer Gus not far behind leaving Falk's Archie unsure of his position in the trio and a performance to match. Interestingly Husbands was Falk's first fim with Cassavetes and his first mainly improvised performance and at times it shows. Husbands lacks the warmth and humanity of Love Streams or Opening Night but it does have some breathtaking moments. The opening of the film with stills of the friends playing at a pool party or Falk's encounter with an elderly madam round a craps table in a London casino are amazing. Gazzara and Cassavetes are great throughout but the film was always a troubling project for the director never knowing what to leave on the cutting room floor. The two hour version I saw is much shorter than the original version and I can't help wishing to have seen more, strangely as the film was lacking a coherent backbone.

Johan v (it) wrote: Bergman himself seems not to have rated this film too highly. Quite a few critics agree with his assessment. But a Bergman film not rated as one of his very best is still in a league quite beyond that which most other directors ever reach. Back in '68, it was my first experience of a Bergman film, and it made me realize for the very first time that movies can be much more than entertainment and escapism. And that there really are people who produce lasting works of art through the medium of film making.