Blame It on the Bellboy

Blame It on the Bellboy

Mike Lawton, Maurice Horton, and Melvin Orton are three men who come to Venice. One of them is a hit man sent to take out a mobster. Another is a lech looking for a little action with a woman he never met, whom he was set up with. And one of them was sent by his employer to inspect a property his boss wants to buy. All three men stay at the same hotel. But when the bellboy gets their names mixed up and gives info meant for someone else. So one of them meets a Realtor who will whatever she has to, to close the sale. And another follows a woman looking for romance. And another goes to the home of the mobster who thinks he's sent there to kill him.

Messrs Lawton (a hit-man), Horton (expecting some middle-aged dating agency nooky) and Orton (checking out properties for his boss) converge on the Hotel Gabriella in Venice. Linguistic ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Blame It on the Bellboy torrent reviews

Valerie F (es) wrote: If you're an Oasis fan, you are definitely going to love it! I loved how they shine a light on the relationship between band mates, including the brothers. All we ever heard about back then was the feuding and constant break ups in the band. The documentary includes facts about their rough childhood and reveals how close the Gallagher brothers actually were despite the constant disagreements. Great, great raw footage and awesome hilarious interviews. Loved every minute!

Akhil A (gb) wrote: Its got 40 lows and 60 highs .That gets it an extra star

Mikey M (ag) wrote: I liked it idk. Only for the fact that the Chernobyl disaster is fascinating but I do agree, it is poorly acted & directed.

Camille L (au) wrote: Cleveland Contre Wall Street part pourtant d'une tres bonne idee, assez originale, mais le traitement du film n'est pas a la hauteur. Non pas que le film soit loupe, loin de la. Jean-Stephane Bron s'eparpille trop alors qu'un simple huis clos aurait ete parfait. Cependant, le film fait l'effort d'expliquer a son spectateur en des termes intelligibles la crise des subprimes et possede quelques joutes verbales assez fabuleuses. Ne serait-ce que pour ces raisons, Cleveland Contre Wall Street est indispensable.

Chu T (br) wrote: All the actors done well in this film. However, the story ended badly. I can't find any good moral at the end of this film.

viktor g (gb) wrote: Like it's predecessor the film is such a good detective story. Very intriguing and even more clever than the first part. And an unexpected ending for the fans of the comic A fresh breeze of originality, which I thank since I didn't like the ending of the comic. In fact, I consider this ending to be better; the one that L deserves.

Omar L (fr) wrote: Tortured artists, sex, and convenient intersections of people. It's elementary storytelling, but at the end of this movie, you can't help but get caught up in the moment. The worst aspects about this movie is that Lucia is not only a one-dimensional character, but also that she becomes a supporting player in her own movie.

Shane J (fr) wrote: An enjoyable if flawed horror tale. couple of ok scares but nothing great. The cast are all reliable but as usual with these things the big bad is the 1 person you actually recognise which is so annoying and makes the film predicable.. Nice to see a non hollywood ending for once as well. Fair british horror if nothing special.

Jessie V (it) wrote: watch out, some early 90s hijinks ensue upon putting this in your dvd player.

Bruno V (gb) wrote: If i realy was interested in Charlie Parker this movie would get an extra star ....But great performance by Forest W. Good job Clint !!!

Anthony W (mx) wrote: The real star of this movie: MEGA WEAPON!!

Joe F (mx) wrote: Throughout its first hour, "Little Murders" has the makings of a typical, wrong-side-of-the-tracks, boy-meets-girl rom-com. Then things get a bit headier, as we find the characters asking each other questions no one asks in a typical rom-com. Without giving too much away, as the less you know about this film the better, the film uses New York City as a metaphor for human cruelty. A pandemic of homicides has flooded the city's streets, and the only thing they have in common, is that they're all unsolved. The film handles these "little murders" gently, keeping them in the background, and at times, even seems to present them with a smile. It's not until the end of act two that the film takes one of the darkest, most sudden turns a film can take, and boy does it nail it.

Joshua L (mx) wrote: Based on Hans Ruesch's novel of the same name, 'The Racers' tells the story of Gino, a race car driver who falls in love with Nicole, a beautiful ballet dancer. Meh.

Jacob C (es) wrote: Interesting concept but it didn't pluck the heart strings it was trying pull.