Assassination Attempt

Assassination Attempt

Alain Delon and Claude Jade stars in this Soviet movie: Documents reveal in 1980 that the Germans planned to kill the Big Three in Teheran in 1943.

Alain Delon and Claude Jade stars in this Soviet movie: Documents reveal in 1980 that the Germans planned to kill the Big Three in Teheran in 1943. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Assassination Attempt torrent reviews

Mark K (es) wrote: Incredibly bizarre, somewhat laughable, but actually quite entertaining.

Paloma V (kr) wrote: Amazing movie that captures the heart of the Occupy movement. A stellar masterpiece that reminds all of us of the alternatives available to us in the new paradigm. I hope it reignites everyone's hearts to this wide-spread and global movement as much as it did mine!

Holly B (it) wrote: Excellent and moving film. My only problem is that it did not demonstrate a proper prayer for salvation. You MUST ask Jesus to be your savior first...before you receive become "Christian".

Gary M (au) wrote: This movie was so interesting. I have never seen anything like it. I really enjoyed it.

Jordan L (it) wrote: Bleh. Ive seen better movies. The guy was insane.

Lafe F (de) wrote: Not too thrilling. Laughable. Walter Koenig in this low-budget slow-paced alien-themed sci-fi thriller - fails to excite.

J B (jp) wrote: I went into this movie thinking it was going to be awful but was pleasantly surprised to find Stallones bumbling and Dollys crooning to be an alright time. By no means is this a quality film, or anything I will watch again, but it does have some redeeming qualities. The plot is weak but who cares, you're watching a Dolly and Stalone movie about country music. The shots of our man Sylvester training are mildly amusing and outlandish, and all the while Dolly is belting out times like a badass.

Tom W (it) wrote: Classic "Ronin without a Cause" film!

James H (au) wrote: One of the smartest, most thought provoking films I've seen in a long time. It really makes you think about everyone's purpose. How ever valuable or invaluable you might think you are in the big picture.

Troy K (ru) wrote: Pretty schlocky and dated, but there are enough twists and turns to keep it interesting.

David L (jp) wrote: Sick, disgusting, amoral, perverted and just plain wrong, this piece of shit film is filled with perverted and amoral scenes, irritating and sick characters, but the biggest problem it its cult status - that means that majority of people are crazy to like watching these gross kinds of films. It is just wrong.

Henry P (ru) wrote: 4/22/17Avengers, disassemble! We've seen the Avengers fight two faceless armies, so now, it's time for them to fight: each other. Before that, we start with Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) going on one of his brainwash missions, where we learn how he's used and see just how strong he is when he sends a car into a light pole with his bare hand. Fast-forward to the present in Lagos, where the Avengers are assembled! Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) cover the ground, while Falcon (Anthony Mackie) takes the skies. When they realize their target is headed somewhere else, enter Captain America (Chris Evans), who kicks butt, and after a cool fight sequence, Crossbones (Frank Grillo) sets off a suicide bomb, but Scarlett Witch throws him up and a building gets blown up. After that, she's confined to the new Avengers facility, and what follows is Batman V. Superman if it had had 12 previous movies and 120 episodes of television under its belt: the consequences of vigilantism, and the Russo brothers do an amazing job of presenting both sides of the conflict, where nobody is right or wrong, just bringing their viewpoints to the table. Vision (Paul Bettany) brings a logical view based on calculations, while Captain America makes it clear that their hands are still the safest to be in. All this leads to the airport battle promised by the promotions, then the real climax, which takes a long time to get to. However, the plot is coherent, and you know what's going on and why. The effects are, once again, stunning, especially at the airport fight, but it's the conflict that's at the heart of this. Henry Jackman also does another great job with the soundtrack, which captures all the appropriate emotions, such as Winter Soldier's eerie motif, which comes into play when he'll be the most dangerous to anyone. Despite all the darkness, Marvel still brings some good laughs so we don't forget they're human beings at the center of the conflict at the end of the day. They also use saltier language than most of their movies, but it's all called for. Overall, Civil War is a reminder that actions have consequences, and adds a layer of reality to this universe by having that be the case. 5/7/17May 2, 2008: Iron Man is born. June 13, 2008: The Hulk comes out of the shadows to be part of The Avengers. May 6, 2011: Thor descends from another realm. July 22, 2011: Captain America wakes up after being frozen for 70 years. May 4, 2012: the Avengers assemble when a wormhole is opened above New York. April 4, 2014: Hydra reveals itself within SHIELD and try to kill anyone who might get in their way. May 1, 2015: the Avengers reassemble and expand when Ultron wipes out Sokovia. May 6, 2016: all hell breaks loose.Marvel's latest in the never-ending cinematic universe opens with Steve Rogers, aka Captain America (Chris Evans) and fellow Avengers Natasha Romanoff, aka Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) Wanda Lehnsherr, I mean, Maximoff, aka Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Sam Wilson, aka the Falcon (Anthony Mackie) track down and capture ex-SHIELD agent Brock Rumlow, aka Crossbones (Frank Grillo) and his... Hydra remnant? Whatever they are, they're up to no good in Lagos, Nigeria, and after a thrilling opening, we end it on a tragic note: Wanda sends Crossbones into the sky to avoid him blowing up and killing everyone on the ground, but instead, everybody in an adjacent building is blown up. This ignites a flame that's been heating up for four years, since everything changed in Earth 199999 (Marvel's designation for that part of the multiverse). The Avengers are now considered to be a group that needs to be regulated, according to secretary of state Thaddeus Ross (William Hurt after nearly 8 years off the Marvel Cinematic Universe screen), which Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) agrees needs to happen when he learns of one of the innocents who died in Sokovia. Captain America can't see this ending well, and when the Sokovia Accords are to be ratified in Vienna by the Avengers and by King T'Chaka (John Kani) of Wakanda, an explosion marks the beginning of a civil war among the Avengers; friends like Wanda and Vision (Paul Bettany) are made enemies when Vision is put in charge of keeping her in the Avengers base after her mishap in Lagos; Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) and Black Widow are pitted against each other when they disagree on the accords; and Captain America and Iron Man are made enemies when Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) is labeled the perpetrator behind the Vienna explosion. My only problem is that this is slower than The Winter Soldier (The Russo Brothers' previous Captain America movie), mostly because they have every avenger (except for Hulk and Thor) in it. It is amazing they're able to keep this as mostly a Captain America thing, because Bucky is the suspected bomber, which is how it works. I'm still penalizing it though. Maybe my expectations were too high for a brisk pace, but I should have known: politics is like an iron ball chained to your leg, because it slows everything down for the worst. Thankfully, I feel both sides of the issue are observed well, and given their own Section 315 (Look it up). The character cast is great, and not just in the big name avengers: Chadwick Boseman's Black Panther is introduced, and the Black Panther origin story (for those in the know) is skimmed over, which also bothers me, because this is Captain America, not Black Panther. I felt that was another pacing issue. Ross is a new man, who's no longer green with envy, but red with rage over Captain America being a pain in his (language!). Back to the pacing issues, I found Tom Holland's Spider-Man to be the best one yet: Tobey MaGuire was a crying meme. Andrew Garfield was less mematic, but poorly handled. Tom Holland is the Spider-Man this audience has always wanted, and the one we needed after The Amazing Spider-Man 2, but again, pacing issue, because Cap's story was slowed down (I never checked my watch though). It works, but now I see why these characters stood on their own in those previous stand-alone movies. Anyway, the Russo brothers have directed another fine picture. They had to use more CGI between Iron Man, War Machine (Don Cheadle), Ant-Man (Paul Rudd), Scarlet Witch, Vision, and Spider-Man, but it was all seamless. Henry Jackman returns to score yet another great score; Winter Soldier theme returns, and everything else is brand new. Despite the darker nature of Civil War, the usual Marvel humor is found to be a bringer of civil humor, mostly Spider-Man in the big clash-of-powered-people, as he is introduced to this larger world of heroes. Language is saltier than Winter Soldier and other previous installments, but given the intensity, cut them a break. Civil War is ultimately one of Marvel's best to date, (Winter Soldier is faster paced, and Avengers is inner 8-year-old-squealing-with-delight) but is slower than its predecessor. All that's left is this: who's side are you on?