The newly appointed CEO of a giant European investment bank works to hold on to his power when an American hedge fund company tries to buy out his company. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The head of a giant European investment bank desperately clings to power when an American hedge fund company tries to buy them out.
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Deepak D (es) wrote: The worst movie ever
David L (it) wrote: Not a lot to credit this film for in all honesty. It has taken a storyline that has been utilised on many occasions before, and not added anything we hadn't already seen. In fact, it's probably given us much less! There's no real setting of the scene, we begin the film with a girl leaving a bar in a semi toxicated state before driving home to bed. Somehow, she manages to crash into a stranger and impale him on the front of her bumper without realising, just as we all often do on our way home from work or a night out. Only midway through the morning does she later discover this when she hears noises coming from her garage, but rather than call for help, she decides to batter him with a golf club and bury him in a nearby bit of woodland. The realism just gets better - despite colliding with a 60mph jeep, being battered by golf clubs, and losing gallons of blood, the killer somehow remains alive and sets about getting his revenge in a cat and mouse chase to the death. Apart from some semi gory moments and the odd scare, there is no substance to this film. There are very few characters involved and the movie suffers from a lack of flow between scenes. It simply looks like clips have been cut and pasted in any old fashion to try and piece together a half decent spectacle. Clearly it's a very low budget film, but pretty much the lowest of the low - Arguably not even worth the 2.50 I paid for it! It's probably more worthwhile using this film as an advertising campaign against drink driving, rather than a form of entertainment.
Private U (mx) wrote: Ikke en gang Mikke Persbrandt kan redde denne filmen. Samfunn som dette finnes overalt og det er helt sykt. Men filmen holder ikke ml. P grensa til kjedelig inne i mellom.
Richard I (it) wrote: A strong original opening, followed, as so many romcom scripts are, by a story that asks you to suspend disbelief just a little too high, but whose tightrope is persuasively walked by its passionate cast.
Sherry R (ca) wrote: this was an incredibly dark movie and extremely strange....I came away feeling like I needed a bath.
Per Gunnar J (mx) wrote: Okay action flick but more TV-movie quality than a real theater movie.
Harry W (ag) wrote: 70's cliches meet 90's cliches and the result is hilarious. It might not have been considered good when it came out but from a modern perspective, The Brady Bunch movie is absolutely brilliant (despite some over used slapstick humor).
Private U (fr) wrote: Dick Van Dyke and Debbie Reynolds are great together.
Shaun B (us) wrote: One of the finest samurai period pieces ever to be placed on film. It's not full of sword fights and bloodshed (although they do make an appearance in this 2.25 hour film), but instead the drama and story itself is riveting and timeless. I don't know what else to say other than you must see this film if you enjoy the period pieces that flooded the screens back in the 1950s - 1970s in Japanese theater. If this doesn't excite you there is no need to seek this out, as it may be too long with too much reading (subtitled). Otherwise, a must-see.
Gordon H (ca) wrote: Arriving at her new college, Beca (Anna Kendrick) finds herself not right for any clique but somehow is muscled into one that she never would have picked on her own: alongside mean girls, sweet girls, and weird girls whose only thing in common is how good they sound when they sing together. When Beca leads this a cappella singing group out of their traditional arrangements and perfect harmonies into all-new mash-ups, they fight to climb their way to the top of college music competitions.A cross between 'Bring It On,' 'Mean Girls,' and 'Glee,' 'Pitch Perfect' is one of the funniest comedies I've seen in a long time! I can't say enough good things about this charming film. I was afraid it would turn into a Glee-like songfest, but it instead showed me something I wasn't expecting to see - heart. Fabulous performances by Anna Kendrick, Brittany Snow, and the rest of the cast, but the actress who absolutely steals the show is comedienne Rebel Wilson as "Fat Amy." SNL, sign this girl up ASAP! Infused with energy, wit, and incredible comedic timing to make it laugh out loud funny---'Pitch Perfect' has it all! Two thumbs way, way up!
Greggory B (ag) wrote: One of the best thrillers that most have never seen, let alone know of.
Chance F (ca) wrote: A companion piece to Paul Austers SMOKE. More a series of vignettes than an actual narrative but the individual pieces are very effective.