Charley Varrick

Charley Varrick

Charley Varrick robs a bank in a small town with his friends. Instead of obtaining a small amount of money they discover they stole a very large amount of money belonging to the mob. Charley must now come up with a plan to not only evade the police but the mob as well.

When small-time criminal Charley Varrick (Walter Matthau) leads a crew to rob a bank, things don't exactly go according to plan. Charley, his wife, and their friend, none of them knows they are stealing money from the Mob. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Charley Varrick torrent reviews

Monica L (mx) wrote: One day i'll run away with the circus and be a burlesque dancer. Kill two birds with one stone.

Johnny L (jp) wrote: The suspense is skillfully elicited with this one. It's not a standard thriller.

Heather M (us) wrote: It was all fine and making sense until the stupid jump scare at the end ruined everything! I hate endings that are so awful they ruin the whole viewing experience.

Dusty L (fr) wrote: 65% on my Tomatometer.

Nathan N (br) wrote: A watse of time and a disapointment. When I am told that a movie is a mix of Lynch and Evil Dead AND stars the Rage Kage I expect much more. It didnt deliver on either account. Skip it.

Stevie S (br) wrote: Perhaps a larger budget would have made this slightly better, but I really don't think so.

Alexi T (kr) wrote: enjoyable French Comedy Drama

Karen H (kr) wrote: 2013-06-07 strays a bit from the old book, but still good. pretty Wyoming scenery. (whoever wrote the synopsis should know Flicka the horse is a she not a he)

Michael C (it) wrote: This independent film is an incredible find. It has it all, fine acting, an interesting premise and good direction. My only minor complaint would be some of the dialogue comes off as a little stilted. But that is nit-picking at a superb effort that will become better known as the definitive "boxing movie" over time.Tommy is a handsome, young boxer with rich potential. He almost made it to the Olympics several years before but threw the fight in the trials by feigning an injury to get out from under his very abusive step-father/ manager. He is discovered by Marty Goldberg, a corpulent, aging, Melville-quoting school teacher who dabbles as a boxing trainer. Marty was a fine boxer himself in his youth, both in the Marines and afterwards. Marty and his female business partner take Tommy under their wing and begin to groom him for greatness. He forms an especially close emotional bond with Tommy, perhaps hoping to redeem the chance for glory that he himself lost so long ago. Tommy adores Marty as a much needed father figure, confidant and friend. We have seen all this before in Rocky and other films-just substitute the actors and the grimy inner city gyms. But, there is a twist here. Marty is a life-long bachelor and Tommy is gorgeous. See where this is going? Although Tommy is straight and has a beautiful girlfriend and Marty is not at all serious about putting a move on him, the issue comes up awkwardly in a rub down session. Both are emotionally traumatized by the very brief incident but, don't want it to interfere with their otherwise very deep bond. Tommy subsequently wins his big boxing match he has been training for and gets the million dollar offer of his dreams from a big promoter. But there is a catch, he must leave Marty behind and use the promoter's training staff. Tommy refuses to do it despite Marty's advice that he must take the offer for the good of his career. Marty then sets about methodically to drive Tommy away through some very calculated moves (tough love of a sort for Tommy's own good). But, Tommy is devastated although he sees what Marty's purpose is. Tommy needs Marty and his avuncular mentoring and support more than Marty needs him. In the movie's climactic scene, Tommy shockingly grovels for Marty to take him back under any terms! The acting here is just brilliant. Both Eddie Jones and J.D. Davis turn in stellar performances. Marty is disgusted with himself and what he has wrought unintentionally with Tommy. He dissolves into depression, self-blame and remorse.For pathos, drama and sheer entertainment, you cannot do better than this little psychological piece. It is more about friendship, loyalty, trust and love than boxing. Everyone's worst battles are in their own mind and it sometimes takes a special, understanding friend to help you slay those inner demons we all have.

Regina L (jp) wrote: So romantic... Great story about those who've loved and lost... About hope... I laughed. I cried. I loved it. Diane Lane is beautiful.

Nathan D (kr) wrote: An absolute classic. I currently hold an annual film festival honoring this film where people travel from across all the village to watch this with me and we eat food like celery.

JiYoung H (ag) wrote: One of the better straight to DVD films. I would put it in my Top 10

Bret M (au) wrote: Classic Norris battling evil.

John B (de) wrote: Bruce McDonald makes a minor classic helped by the unforgettable McKellar and Buhagiar who meet the most bizarre people in a voyage down a highway and through musical history.

David L (gb) wrote: Videodrome is such a disappointing movie with a solid first half and such a terrific and original premise, but the execution is awful with too much gory and plain repulsive sequences, unlikable characters and an unfortunate emphasis on gore instead of good storytelling. It had a great potential, but it was wasted with those poor choices and it ended up being a very frustrating movie.

Josh S (mx) wrote: A tad confusing at times, however is full of action.

Jamie I (fr) wrote: Tropic Thunder follows five actors making a film based on a book of the same name by Four Leaf Tayback (Nick Nolte). The only problem is Tugg Speedman (Ben Stiller) has become a little too primadonna and the film is a month behind schedule five days into shooting. Tayback decides the best way to get this movie made is to drop them in the middle of the hostile jungle. This is where the men get caught up in a heroin ring. This movie was funny yes. It was pretty entertaining too. You might not believe this but the best part of this flick was not Stiller, Black or Downey Jr. Sure Stiller was quirky as always and Black was ridiculous as always. And Downey Jr. was funny as an Aussie pretending to be black for most of the film. You've seen his funniest moments as they appear in the trailer. Problem was he was so over the top (intentionally of course) that he was hard to understand some of the time. (Though my favorite line of his was "We all gay sometimes.") The stars of this film were the little people (and by that I mean minor characters). While this film pulled in some notable cameos from Tobey Maguire, Christine Taylor, Lance Bass, Mickey Rooney and even Jon Voight, I'm not talking about these guys either. I mean people like Danny McBride as the explosions obsessed stunt coordinator. Or Steve Coogan the limey director who doesn't care for land mines. Even Matthew McConaughey as Tuggernuts's undoubtedly loyal agent. But the winner by far (though it pains me to say this) is nigh unrecognizable Tom Cruise as Les Grossman (the guy who's funding the picture). Grossman truly lives up to his name oozing hair from everywhere. He has a penchant for hip hop from Flo Rida to Ludacris and continually threatens people's nuts. It's brilliant. Just brilliant. I do like when Downey Jr. gets back to his blue eyed Aussie hotness. Yum. I say yes watch Tropic Thunder. I don't think you'll be disappointed.