Beyond the Trophy

Beyond the Trophy

Two rival gangs in Los Angeles and Las Vegas, led by Gino (Robert Miano) and Cole (Michael Madsen), are vying for control. Danny (Michael Masini), an LAPD undercover police detective, goes deep into gangland to infiltrate one gang to bring down both.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dream,   greed,   pain,  

TROPHY tells the story of men's obsession with power and how far they will go to claim the "PRIZE". Two rival gangs in Los Angeles and Las Vegas, led by Gino (Robert Miano) and Cole (... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Beyond the Trophy torrent reviews

Khaled M (ca) wrote: Story about wartime, violence and rebellion which rushes through the horrors and trauma of American History.

Deana E (mx) wrote: Amazing writing, acting, this is a great film!

Jerry K (au) wrote: While billed as a "comedy," this fine French film is so much more. Emmanuel Mouret has crafted a beautiful script, which he sensitively directed, and in which he plays a leading role. The premise of "Shall We Kiss?" may be a tad far-fetched, but as the two "love" stories play themselves out, we come away deeply touched, sad, and still, with smiles on our faces. The subtle use of Schubert's music throughout, coupled with the "back story" of Schbert's ill fated marriage, add an unwritten subtext to this exceptional film. "Shall We KIss?" is well worth your time and your thought. Be sure to see it with someone special! Bravo!

Ian G (mx) wrote: if you subscribe to a DVD rental club get this one in your list as a classic gritty brit flick

Amreen G (it) wrote: gud movie of its time... srk rocked it.. def one of his powerful performences, and the start of a good chem between srk adn kajol.. meraa dil tha akele , tune khe lasa khela! baazigar..

Hannah D (gb) wrote: I really liked the characters in this drama and by the end felt a pang of sorrow for Shirley's husband when she failed to turn up at the airport. I am glad they appeared to resolve their differences at the end, though, as I wanted them both to find happiness, not just Shirley.

Jennie R (fr) wrote: Running Death Row inmate Zombies. Big, fast and tattoo'd. AWESOME!!!!! Okay,,,,,this is a B Movie so some of the acting is crap and there are some pretty big inconsistencies througout the film. With that being said, this is a really good film. Not one that I want for my permanent collection but one that I happy to come across. It was a pleasant surprise. Zombie fans: don't miss this!

Bill R (br) wrote: a movie that only has two things going for it. it doesnt take itself seriously and the gore effects. story is kinda bad and so is the acting but campy and for the gore fan its a bit sliw but what there is is decently done.

Wayne K (kr) wrote: I don't want to say that a movie having a pun in its title is necessarily a bad thing, but it's certainly not an auspicious start. Unfortunately, Knight & Day's title doesn't even make sense. One of the lead character's surnames is Knight, so it stands to reason that the others should be Day, but it's not. Sadly, that's the least of the films woes. It's hopelessly formulaic, loaded with distracting CGI, has a surprise reveal villain that's not even remotely surprising, another villain who does very little and a central plot device which is the very definition of a McGuffin. The chemistry between Cruise and Diaz is easy-going enough in places, but their development is weak and the latter rapidly becomes one of the most annoying characters in recent movie history, making unforgivably stupid decisions and reacting completely unrealistically to what's going on around her. The plot is flimsy and trite and pulls a fade to black transition whenever it hits a narrative dead end, which occurs at least 4 times. It's almost as if the people making the movie assume you're too stupid to ask any questions, figuring you'll go along with all the nonsense regardless. It's admittedly fun in parts, but there's virtually nothing here that hasn't been done better in other films. It's cinematic escapism at its most shamelessly recycled.

Alyan H (br) wrote: Nothing of valor or greatness, But Alan Rickmans finally performance on point as always