Four Russian friends come from Moscow to Las Vegas to get 5 million dollars they've won in lottery. But everything goes wrong, when they discover that someone stole their winning ticket. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bilet na Vegas
Four Russian friends come from Moscow to Las Vegas to get 5 million dollars they've won in lottery. But everything goes wrong, when they discover that someone stole their winning ticket.
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Wendy G (au) wrote: I grew up watching Star Trek, and always loved the series and characters. I heard about this documentary from a friend. I'm so glad I watched this! It was touching, informative and has so many great moments from the series. I learned a lot about the man behind the character and have a greater respect for Leonard knowing what he went through in his personal and professional life to bring this character to us. You can tell this was a labor of love for Adam Nimoy and everyone involved with the project. A must see for any Trekkie.
Samir T (ca) wrote: Hell and Back Again brings the war home in ... More
Jack P (fr) wrote: A great family stop motion film about a boy who can see and talk to the dead but no one believes him. A family film with dark elements and hilarious moments. A brilliant idea for a film that is a refreshing change for family films as many dont seem as inventive. Great voice casting and great stop motion, paranorman is a damn good film.
Samosa G (jp) wrote: The Mortal Instruments is an AMAZING book series, however, this movie was TERRIBLE. I feel like all of the characters were displayed incorrectly, with Clary appearing too weak, Jace never joking around, Alec looking too old, Isabelle being too serious and not flirtatious, along with not being gorgeous (no offence to the actress), and Magnus being too...normal. As well, there were a lot of scenes that were just dialogue, which bored me, and the action scenes were hard to follow. Plus, the movie definitely needed MORE MALEC!
Deadly V (ca) wrote: Not as exciting as the first part. Disappointed!
Anthony G (br) wrote: Films like this just piss me off.It's not uncommon for stories to have a deeper message the film makers and writers want to relay. Atlus Shrugged, Evangelion, and The Day the Earth Stood Still are all examples of fairly accessible stories with a strong and clear message behind them, often times with characters actually divulging into open debates and/or lectures to let the message sink in. These stories are good because they have a powerful conflict, multi-dimensional characters, and an all-around good story to complement the deeper message.Anatomy of Hell has none of that.All it does have is a plot about two people having sex--no, not even that, a gay man being paid to watch a woman do sexual things that range from mundane to downright repulsive. If the actors had any more emotion than a plastic bag, the gross scenes might actually succeed in being moving or powerful, but with dialogue so wooden and unrealistic as this, you find it impossible to care at all about the nameless protagonists. This might not be too unbearable if the message was powerful and enlightening, but the overwhelming sexism of the movie's moral is so offensive and biased that the viewer may suspect that the writer was not a talented director who made the powerful, if not offensively mean spirited, Fat Girl, but rather a twelve year old girl ranting about how much she hates men after one stood her up for a date.And this film is, in many ways, more well-known than it should be. With a title like Anatomy of Hell, one hopes for a Dante-esque journey into the inner reaches of hatred, madness, and sin. All we get is the talented director crying about how men are all jerk-wads.
Russell H (jp) wrote: Pretty funny. I usually like Ice Cube movies but had never seen these ones. Probably would have liked it more if I watched it back when it was new.
Andy H (fr) wrote: Excellent writing and acting. It's very different from most of Hollywood movies. I'm stunned why it doesn't have good rating here.
Camille L (nl) wrote: Une association David Ayer / James Ellroy, c'est l'assurance d'avoir un polar noir, ultra realiste et surtout tres violent. Dark Blue ne deroge pas a la regle. S'il demarre plutot lentement, le film monte constamment en puissance, grace a un casting fabuleux (Kurt Russell est immense) et une realisation tres efficace de Ron Shelton, qui parvient a insuffler un sentiment d'insecurite pesant pendant les emeutes. A voir absolument.
Eden L (gb) wrote: Despite Anita Mui's rather energetic attempt to save this film, the boring jokes and plotline sink it like a stone.
Manu G (br) wrote: Some guys get all the brakes! Good 80's classic movie! License to Drive is a movie about taking chances, though you can probably figure out from beginning to end how the movie is going to go. No less, it's good 80s fun. Les Anderson (Haim) has turned 16 and is desperate to get his driver's license. Over-confident, it is no surprise that he flunks the exam. But he figures no one would notice. So, he lies to his folks and friends about the whole thing, expecting everything will be smooth sailing until he can retake the exam. 'An innocent girl. A harmless drive. What could possibly go wrong?' For sixteen year old Les Anderson, plenty can go wrong when you have a night like his. He's an adolescent American with dreams of getting his hands on his first driver's license, so he can hit the town cruising with his friends Dean and Charles, but ultimately to impress the girl of his dreams, Mercedes Lane. Unfortunately for Les, his worst nightmare hits home hard when she fails his driving exam and his parents put him on probation for trying to hide the truth, so now his chances of being able to drive are squashed badly. However, Mercedes, who has just broken up with her old boyfriend who's a rich snob, is bored and wants to keep the date that she promised with Les and the youngster's heart skips a beat when she calls him up asking to go out for a night on the town. Les knows he's risking big-time punishment, but he decides that if he's gonna go down, he may as well have some fun with the girl of his dreams. When he takes his grandfather's prized Cadillac on his date with Mercedes, hilarity ensues with him, his friends Dean and Charles and his drunken date as they do all they can to get the Caddy home in one piece as comical disaster roars down the fast lane.
Kim Y (br) wrote: Wonderful movie.......well played!!
Daryl K (ru) wrote: Tonally odd screwball comedy-to-drama, with Jean Harlow as a Broadway singer who recklessly marries blue-blood admirer, Franchot Tone. William Powell's long-time friend character, who secretly pines after Harlow, is maybe the only one whose wit and talents are used well here. Tone annoys as the mopey husband, and Harlow's badly-dubbed musical numbers don't do her any favors.
Gary P (gb) wrote: I have been searching for this since it scared the living crap out of me thirty years ago. All I could remember was a chick in a wheelchair, a swimming pool with Romanesque pillars and a dead father in a chair with a candle....They are all here within one of Hammer's best psychological scares - enjoy...!
Paul D (jp) wrote: An epic story of hardship and single-parent struggle. It's way too long and there's too many times when little is going on to capture the imagination, but at times when the plot is moving forward there's some good moments.
Devon K (gb) wrote: A Great movie with a compleing story line, Some flaws can be found of course, But for a indie movie with a low budget this movie was great
Jason D (it) wrote: Circle of Iron (a concept that was developed by Bruce Lee himself but was never alive to see it come to fruition) stars Jeff Cooper as Cord the Seeker in a fictional world where fighters engage in combat to be able to go on a quest to seek and defeat Zetan (Christopher Lee, who's a bit underused in this film, especially for being 2nd billed) and obtain the mystical Book of All Knowledge. Naturally, all of those who seek the book never return, save for Cord who is eager to pass all of the trials in order to find the book. All of the trials lead him to fight off the great David Carradine, who plays a number of characters including a Monkeyman, Death, and Changsha. His best character though is a blind wise man who shows up here and there to trade guidance and laughs in some fun scenes with Cooper. This was a decent 70's Martial Arts fantasy Exploitation film, but it certainly wasn't what I was expecting, given the Death Race-sorta look to it. Still, the fights are fun, and Carradine is always a pleasure to watch. A lot of the focus is paid on him, though Cooper manages to steal the movie away at times rightfully (he is the damn lead after all!). Good film, though it concerns me greatly over how much of Lee's actual input made it to this film. It has a definite feel of catering moreso to an American audience with its abundance of Western aesthetics. I can't help but feel as though only a small morsel of Lee's ideas made it to the finished product.