B. Monkey

B. Monkey

When wistful introvert Alan Furnace meets quick-witted bombshell Beatrice, he has no idea of her secret life as "B. Monkey" -- the top thief-for-hire in London's criminal underworld. Charmed by Furnace's innocent and chivalrous ways, Beatrice resolves to reform. But to cash in on her first chance at real love, she must escape her former partner in crime, the ruthless Paul Neville -- and a dark past that seems to haunt her every step.

Alan Furnace is a young man with the perfectly proper, quiet life of a London school teacher. But beneath all of that decency lies a burning desire for excitement and he just found it. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


B. Monkey torrent reviews

Ryan S (br) wrote: Don't know what to say, but I enjoyed it very much. It's funny, touching, sad, and quirky. Good stuff.

Amanda T (mx) wrote: fantastic character-driven movie. Love these two actors.

Julie M (kr) wrote: heartbreaking tale of coping after a son commits homicide and suicide

Jennie R (mx) wrote: LOVED this film!! It was a fresh idea and had me laughing out loud!! Zombies Fans: this is a must see. I am adding this to my permanent collection. Plot in a nutshell: The women of a small town have all turned into zombies and are only interested in eating MEN. What a hoot!!!

Burn P (ag) wrote: Conrad is a gay man living in NYC. He's also CEO of an ad agency and by nature a control freak. Although Conrad is still in love with Martin (his ex), he hires a young Aussie hustler named Tyler, first for a night and then to work for his company. Things get increasingly complicated as Conrad tries to rekindle things with Martin. Meanwhile Tyler (who's daytime name is Ian) falls for Michael his new supervisor.

Tomas G (de) wrote: That looks terribly dumb.

Daniel P (au) wrote: It attempted to be dark and haunting but in all it came off kind of sleepy and slow. I thought Irons was good but I've seen better work from Binoche.

Jared G (es) wrote: Strange, confusing, sad, and rather disturbing with moments of tenderness and humor. Beautifully filmed with lots of rich, vibrant colors and gorgeous, interesting shots.

Jennifer A (kr) wrote: [size=2]I'm beginning the rather lengthy task of entering into the database every film I have seen, at least those I have a decent memory of. Some may have the briefest of reviews while many will just have a number. Those films that I consider personal favorites and/or those that have some historical signficance I will add later when I have time for more lengthy reviews. [b]Terror Train[/b], directed by Roger Spottiswoode, is a early 80's horror/slasher film set on a moving train. Stars Jaime Lee Curtis, Ben Johnson and David Copperfield. [b]The Toy[/b], directed by Richard Donner, stars Richard Pryor as a struggling journalist. Jackie Gleason is a rich businessman with a bratty son. Gleason promises his son he can have anything in the store, and he wants Pryor, so Pryor becomes Gleasons' son's toy for a week. It's a woeful comedy. [b]Tapeheads[/b], directed by Bill Fishman, stars John Cusack and Tim Robbins as a pair of security guards who start a video production company. This comedy was aimed at the MTV generation, and mostly misses the mark. [b]Tequila Sunrise[/b], directed by Robert Towne, is a highly stylized crime drama involving a romantic triangle. Michelle Pfeiffer is the center of attention for Mel Gibson and Kurt Russell, two friends who are now on opposite sides of the law. [b]Teachers[/b], directed by Arthur Hiller, is an unsuccessful satire of life in High School, for teachers and students. The film fails despite a fine cast that includes Nick Nolte, JoBeth Williams, Judd Hirsch, Lee Grant, Ralph Macchio, and Crispin Glover. [/size]

Josh H (de) wrote: Not only is this not a real Bruce Lee film, it has nothing to do with the first Game of Death. This is still an entertaining movie though, with just the right amount of campiness (lion suit!) and some excellent fight choreography from the legendary Yuen Wo Ping.

Kevin N (mx) wrote: Simply one of the great silent comedies, by one of the great silent comedians. There probably isn't a film from the twenties remembered more often for a single scene than this is for the clock tower sequence, but the whole film is a balanced mechanism of pure comic geniusness.

Rin O (it) wrote: A very magical yet mature family movie that every child under 12 should watch.

Ethan P (de) wrote: Despite knowing how this true story turned out (or at least how it did by 2007), I was still captivated and enthralled throughout the entire film. I couldn't wait to see where things would go. And I don't mean that in the sense that I just wanted to see what would happen at the end of the nearly three hour long run-time. I mean that I couldn't wait to see what was going to happen at the end of every minute.

Jason M (jp) wrote: Do I really have to explain myself or even give it a rating?