Cadillac Man

Cadillac Man

Joe's a car salesman with a problem. He has two days to sell 12 cars or he loses his job. This would be a difficult task at the best of times but Joe has to contend with his girlfriends (he's two timing), a missing teenage daughter and an ex-wife. What more could go wrong ?.. a lot, enter a crazy jealous husband with a machine gun...

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Cadillac Man torrent reviews

Jim J (au) wrote: Excellent movie! Wonderful antidote to that money crazy Albert Gore Jr.'s half-cracked piece An Inconvenient Truth, which was really about Albert Gore Jr. and how important his flawed view of environmentalism really is! NOT!

Minh V (de) wrote: The ending tribute was 100x better than the movie itself

James B (es) wrote: I was expecting something different to be honest..It needed a touch more of the Robin Williams magic.

Maxim C (it) wrote: too nerdy for me. and why steve jobs ain't in this

Racquel D (kr) wrote: Hilarious, but gross. Kind of like American pie had diarrhea.

Tania d (us) wrote: Had to watch all of it to see if it got any better...... It didn't!

Nick D (it) wrote: More Lebanon! A kind of road movie that drifts into documentary. Nicely judged central pairing, and as sad as you might expect of a film shot in the ruins of the 2006 bombardment.

Susanne M (mx) wrote: The story is so much more interesting than this lame adaptation.

Qi X (mx) wrote: Kurosawa is just Kurosawa, but not directed by Kurosawa, thus, no comment...

Benjamin V (ru) wrote: This was a joke of a film not worth my time.

Paul J (nl) wrote: How many movies focus on a sound designer as the main protagonist? The Conversation? Blow Out? That's about it. Wenders' takes a humorist and odd approach that is well worth seeing. It's no masterpiece but a one-of-a-kind character study.

Stacy G (ru) wrote: Bizarre movie. I can't decide if I liked it or not.

Bruce s (us) wrote: u know this what i think films should b , just a lot of fun and a look in how films were made (old school)

Stephen M (ru) wrote: Contrasting its undeniable brilliance with its lukewarm critical reputation, "Images" has got to be the most undeservedly neglected film in the Robert Altman canon. Less haunting and less dreamlike than the later "3 Women", it's not quite equal to that film, but it shares the same theme of mental disintegration and the transference of identity. In its ingenious use of horror movie conventions to emphasise psychological illness, the film which "Images" most reminds me of is Ingmar Bergman's "Hour of the Wolf", but of the two I actually prefer Altman's movie, which is less perplexing and more readily invites repeat viewing. Altman's shock effects are elegantly simple but devastatingly effective, and as befits a movie about a fragmenting personality (Susannah York's), he litters the screen with reflections, refractions and repetitious action and dialogue. Some of his editing transitions are very striking, for example a close-up of a stereoscope which cuts to a circular pair of mirrors in York's bedroom, or a stream of water from a showerhead which becomes a waterfall. In keeping with the theme of blurred identity, each of the five principal actors plays a character named after one of his/her co-stars. Endlessly fascinating, it's also one of the most beautifully photographed films--courtesy of Vilmos Zsigmond--I have ever seen.

Sylvester K (ca) wrote: Godzilla vs. The Sea Monster took place in some remote Japanese islands where the natives worship a fly like sea monster,predictably Godzilla battles it.Surprisingly watchable after consideration of how kitsch it really is.

Simon P (au) wrote: Nasty slasher with some interesting ideas, I don't think Stevan Mena fully realises the potential of his theories within this piece of filmmaking.