John J. is a seasoned hit man sent on a job to Argentina. When the General he's sent to kill delays his return to the country, John passes the time with Manuela, a beautiful dancer who becomes his teacher and guide into Argentina's sensual world of the tango.
John J. is a seasoned hit man sent on a job to Argentina. When the General he's sent to kill delays his return to the country| John passes the time with Manuela| a
beautiful dancer who becomes his teacher and guide into Argentina's sensual world of the tango. Spellbound by the rich and mysterious world Manuela has shown him|
his idyll is shattered when the reality of why he's there comes crashing down around him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Assassination Tango torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Jackie back to his best
(de) wrote: It's a brave and worthy attempt by muslim stand-up star Omid Djalili and jewish writer David Baddiel, just a shame that the ending stinks and Djalili does not have the presence to carry the film.
(gb) wrote: Poios o logos na giristei akoma den katalava....
(ru) wrote: I will not be watching this one.
(gb) wrote: Surprisingly good but then again, Ulf Malmros usually knows what he's doing. This movie manages successfully to be several things at once: zany comedy, road movie, buddy movie and crime drama, all the while maintaining a strong undercurrent of tragedy spurred by the fear of getting stuck in a small town with no way out.
(gb) wrote: While Chris Evans delivers some funny lines, the effects are decent and the action sequence at the end is worth the wait, Fantastic Four is generally bad. The film focuses more on the Four being all like "Our powers are so cool" rather than actually putting them to good use especially when you take into consideration the fact that the film comes up short on action and crime-fighting. Still, better off watching this than that horrible 2015 reboot.
(gb) wrote: I hope this gained $1,000,000 In the box office (Get it?)!
(br) wrote: If you are a die hard Halloween fan, you probably will still see this as a truly disappointing film. It does a lot new, but nothing new that is good. It almost killed the entire franchise and there is very little I can say positive other than a few stand out moments. Watch it if only to say you did.
(fr) wrote: Lauren Bacall is sure a headturner. Otherwise, this is mostly the same plot as Casablanca, but Casablanca is better.
(ca) wrote: Another beautiful film from the ingenious Busby Berkely, Gold Diggers is just as much about the social history of the United States during the Great Depression than it is a dazzling musical. Movies during this era weren't apt to prod a finger at the government, or point out the obvious calamities of the financial crash of 1929. I point specifically to the Astaire/Rogers films, which always had glitz and glamour, looking at the playboy angle of Astaire and the dilettante showgirl that was Rogers. What is great about Gold Diggers is that not only does it address the times, it also shows grandeur towards the rich and romanticizes love, just as the movie musical is supposed to. Because of its eccentricities and allowance to be different, it is much easier to distinguish it from the thousands of other movies of that time period which all portrayed the wealthy and luscious as the happy ones. Not only was it certainly different yet gleeful, it is serious in its intent in showing the poor and downtrodden of the country, especially in the last sequence entitled "Forgotten Man." That number shows the veterans of America who are now homeless and tarnished, one of the most moving song and dance numbers in a musical ever. Busby reuses past actresses Ruby Keeler and Ginger Rogers from his musical of that same year, 42nd Street. Both films had spectacular set design, visual effects, and lovely musical numbers. Though the music in this film was very intriguing and sticks in the brain, two of the three large scale musical numbers were confusing and didn't make sense in the context of the theater. There was still some great costume changes and background, but it was really, very, confusing. Through it all it's got a timeless sense of humor, that has survived throughout, as many good older films have. It's also good to see because it's a Pre-Code film, which deals with sexuality, pre-marital sex, and the times it was set in. Powerful in so many respects, it's one of the best examples of classic cinema.
(jp) wrote: When we see a movie associated with Disney we already know a few things about the film, it's going to be inspiring, emotional and cute. Those assumptions were true for this film. It wasn't cute in a sickly way; I mean would you look at those dogs. Paul Walker is a guide for a base located in Antarctica which involves taking care of eight sled dogs who ultimately become stars of the film as well. What I like about this film is that it's as much of a survival story of eight dogs as it is a sad story of loss and loyalty for Jerry Shepard (Paul Walker). This film proves that dogs surprisingly can act, they may not be aware of it but as a group they illustrated many human emotions. Their survival story is just as good as any as they show loyalty to each other and grief when tragedy hits. At the end of the day there wasn't much to the rescue not like the first third of the film where we're exposed to the extreme conditions of Antarctica and just how unforgiving the barren land is. It's the fact that Shepard is determined to attempt a rescue because he feels he owes that to the dogs. Even animals can create that bond with humans. It's quite a heartwarming story of friendship, loyalty and persistence for both man and his best friend.
(ru) wrote: Greeeeeeeeeaaaaaaat freaking movie. Robert mitchum is cool as heyull