After Regina Lampert falls for the dashing Peter Joshua on a skiing holiday in the French Alps, she discovers upon her return to Paris that her husband has been murdered. Soon, she and Peter are giving chase to three of her late husband's World War II cronies, Tex, Scobie and Gideon, who are after a quarter of a million dollars the quartet stole while behind enemy lines. But why does Peter keep changing his name?

Considered as a classic film, it focuses on Regina, who is planning to divorce. But her husband is murdered after transferring all their assets into cash, this amount is also missing. She bumps into Peter Joshua, who is also interested in these money. These co-conspirators with her husband find money everywhere.... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Charade torrent reviews

tam d (ru) wrote: A few jokes here and there but overall disgusting and not worth it.

Jamie S (de) wrote: Who knew an interview could sit you up on your seat and fill you with such exhilaration.

John A (es) wrote: Excellent real story that got me feeling quite angry. It is as emotionally involving and well structured as any of the 'Planet of the Apes' films. Essential viewing if you find those films thought-provoking or for anyone who has any interest in animal rights or animal intelligence. This is the real thing and it is properly disturbing. The chimp has more 'humanity' than many of the 'humans'.

Mitchell B (us) wrote: The problem with a majority of these DC adaptations is that they pale in comparison to their source material. No matter how good the animation and direction (and here both are very good) I've seen these stories told before, in more engaging fashion.Come on DC, give us more original stories, like the seminal Batman: Mask of the Phantasm. Or at least make an adaptation that is a true re-telling and not a big-screen carbon copy of the comic. Give us something like Kingdom Come but in Bruce Timm style.

Paul M (nl) wrote: watched this last night and thought it was quite good for what it is if you like a bit of cheese.Ending was poor and I have no inclination to watch a sequel thank you

Kevin C (ag) wrote: It has some fun moments, but ultimately the terrible acting and stupid plot (which strays too far from Dean Koontz's excellent novel of the same name) overwhelm you.

Brad S (ag) wrote: This epic masterpiece from the legendary Andrei Tarkovsky is a 3 1/2 meditation on 15th century icon-painter Andrei Rublev. Tarkovsky takes his time with this film, some may find it drawn out and boring, the the imagery is gorgeous and he has a lot to say as he tackles religion, man's brutality, and art. I will admit that I found it slow-going myself, particularly the first hour, but for me it continually ramped-up until the final segments wherein which they make a bell which I found suspenseful, exhilarating, and highly impactful. I watched it on DVD, but feel I will revisit it on Blu-ray or in theatres provided the opportunity. This film is a must watch for serious film buffs!

Tom R (mx) wrote: It was one of those complicated stories making sense at the end.