Arsène Lupin

Arsène Lupin

A charming and very daring thief known as Arsene Lupin is terrorizing the wealthy of Paris, he even goes so far as to threaten the Mona Lisa. But the police, led by the great Guerchard, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Arsène Lupin torrent reviews

Naren B (ru) wrote: Routine but a decent and good watch..!Bramhi comedy stands exceptional..!

Tony P (nl) wrote: A perfect funny family fun movie!

Craig W (de) wrote: Another crap film from Boll, the only reason I saw this is because it had Nazi's. The same girl from the second film plays Rayne again and this time she's a little bit better but not much. A stupid story of trying to make Hitler a dhampir, the scene with a vampire Hitler was just laughable. If you want to kill an hour and a half then sure, watch this but it's terrible.

Panayiota K (nl) wrote: better than expected but nothing special. Chris Pine was so cute in this movie. The blind dates were fun but the main love story was more cheesy than sweet. Too dramatic near the end

Amy B (kr) wrote: Proof than Hopkins is more than Hannibal...he is just as convincingly frightening in this one! I LOVED it and will add this to my treasured collection of movies.

Margarita V (mx) wrote: "Santa Cleopatra!!!" If you're a Benigni fan, this is the best choice for you! Don't miss the banana scene!

Ben T (de) wrote: Boyz n the hood is a great movie with brilliant acting and fantastic directing. It's really well ending and has a heartbreaking ending. It's a very important film that everyone should see but it is a very papergirl and emotional movie. A

John A (de) wrote: Released As Mutronics In Europe, The Guyver Is A 1991 Sc-Fi Action Very Loosely Based On The Japanese Comic Character Of The Same Name. The Poster & DVD Cover Is Misleading Making It Look Like If Mark Hamill Is Playing The Title Role, Sadly He Is Not. With Some Great Low-Budget Classic Style F/X, And A Decent But Somewhat Overdone Usual Hero Story, The Film Is Quite Enjoyable.

bill s (es) wrote: This was not as horrible as they make it out nor should it be a staple for everyones DVD player.

Private U (ru) wrote: Cassavetes is probably the coolest filmmaker of all time. His films are like having a whiskey and a cigar in some quite little jazz club somewhere. This cast is to die for, Rowlands, Gazzara, Blondell and Cassavetes are brilliant. The improvisation isn't always on the ball and although I enjoyed the 'blink and you'll miss them' cameos, I would have liked to have seen more of Falk and Cassel but that's just a small niggle I have really, this is another fantastic film from Cassavetes.

Daniel M (nl) wrote: Excellent movie that has a great story which inspired many things to come in the future. The choreography was top notch and there are so many things to this movie that make it a classic. 5/5

Roger G (au) wrote: Fine example of real movie making - couldn't help but enjoy it. BTW: Watched it free on Veoh TV - which is a Facebook app.

Sean L (jp) wrote: A group of lifelong zoo captives, buddies despite their hunter-vs-hunted natural relationship, arrange a prison break and try to find themselves, for better or worse, in the wild. Madagascar is a rough early effort from DreamWorks animation and, for the most part, it's a waste of vocal talent. Ben Stiller, Chris Rock and Sacha Baron Cohen all chip in on a ho-hum plot that fails to hit either heartstrings or funnybones. The characters themselves are strong, a well-developed mix of distinct shapes and colorful personalities that would go on to blossom in later installments, but here they're mere saplings at the mercy of a flat, played-out storyline. Even the animation has aged poorly, playing more like a student's demo reel than a multi-million dollar major studio production. It's tempting to give that a pass, given how far technology has come in the ten years since, but Pixar had already released Monsters Inc., Finding Nemo and The Incredibles by this time, and those all hold up wonderfully. An also-ran in all respects, it's got missed potential by the boatloads, but not much more.