The true and intense story of Mark 'Chopper' Read, a legendary criminal who wrote his autobiography while serving a jail sentence in prison.

Chopper tells the intense story of Mark "Chopper" Read, a legendary criminal who wrote his autobiography while serving a jail sentence in prison. His book, "From the Inside", upon which the film is based, was a best-seller. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Chopper torrent reviews

Liam M (nl) wrote: Ali is such a compelling character and a true sporting legend. It probably does go over already covered territory but the audio tapes give a nice insight into his relationship with his kids. It's not as good as When we were Kings but it is still an enjoyable watch

Chris E (es) wrote: complete and utter *%$! The Z list actors are awful, the script writer seems to think that the overuse of the C word will make this a bit more cockney authentic, complete and utter tosh, one of the worst films I have ever seen

Carlos D (gb) wrote: A strange and cryptic tale. With a great cast and an amazing camera work, this film achieves some deep psychological drama.

Nathaniel M (gb) wrote: Aimless but interesting... sort of.

Bill S (ru) wrote: Great retelling of District B13.

Brannon H (ru) wrote: Really good movie, Gary Oldman does a great job.

Jonathan S (au) wrote: At the time in which I saw the film in theaters, 'some' of the hacking techniques were accurate - but 95% of what you see in the film of course is total BS. A good nostalgic film? Sorta good for laughs, but doesn't hold it's weight today. This film released a bevy of soundtracks at the time. 4 to be precise. 1 being the OST, 2 the score, 3 & 4 were remixes of the popular tracks heard in the film.

Charles T (ru) wrote: I only saw this because it had Christopher Lloyd (who won an Independent Spirit Award for his performance, by the way). It's a pretty decent movie, though, from what I recall. The concept is interesting: the story follows a twenty dollar bill as it goes from one person to another, affecting each one's life in different ways. Besides Lloyd, the cast also includes Linda Hunt, Brendan Fraser, Elisabeth Shue, Steve Buscemi, Gladys Knight, David Schwimmer, Shohreh Aghdashloo, William H. Macy, Jeremy Piven, and Spalding Gray

Shawn W (ru) wrote: Demented film from the maker of Basketcase where a med school dropout and handyman uses body parts of hookers to piece his girlfriend back together after she is cut up by his remote control lawnmower. Twisted ending worth sticking around for.

Timothy S (mx) wrote: Alongside their legendary animated films, Disney is just as well known for their live-action features, of which "Cheetah" is one. This is a substandard effort, however, with lazy writing and an obvious story that has nothing new to offer. In a film like this, you come to expect great scenery and beautiful photography, and there certainly is plenty of that here. Unfortunately, there's not much else. The cheetah that is the star of the picture is magnificent and well-trained, but almost all of the other animals that are filmed are stock footage which is kind of unforgivable for a film of this nature. There's even one embarrassing scene in which young Lucy Deakins is bottle feeding a painfully obvious stuffed animal. Naturally, the film is aimed at kids, or more to the point stupid kids because the film is written at that level. Most of the adults here talk in very simple sentences, and a lot of the characters of different races and cultures are stereotypes who all conveniently speak decent English. If there's one thing the folks at Disney know is how much white people hate reading subtitles. Deakins and co-star Keith Coogan are appealing in their roles, however, but their story is less than thrilling. You never really feel like they're in any danger, and that has more to do with the pandering towards the audience than their young African guide. "Cheetah" is a film that I really tried to like. It's a harmless, good-natured family film, but that doesn't mean that it has to be this bland an uninspired. It's very possible that young, young children may like it, but today's kids are far more sophisticated than this painfully outdated film. It takes a story that's very basic to begin with and doesn't do much with it after the fact. We should be able to expect more from this brand.

Kelly D (es) wrote: I don't know why I've seen this movie multiple times, but I'll just say that HBO kind of sucked back in the day.

Ashley W (mx) wrote: A classic fish out of water love story set in the Big Apple. A great performance by Paul Hogan who finds love in the most unlikely person, a reporter obsessed with his hunting escapades. Great score by Peter Best and a hilarious subway climax!

David T (br) wrote: Not a bad plot. I think people will be entertained by it. It's just flawed by it's characters.