What Jake Vig doesn't know just might get him killed. A sharp and polished grifter, Jake has just swindled thousands of dollars from the unsuspecting Lionel Dolby with the help of his crew. It becomes clear that Lionel wasn't just any mark, he was an accountant for eccentric crime boss Winston King. Jake and his crew will have to stay one step ahead of both the criminals and the cops to finally settle their debt.

Jake Vig (Burns) is a consummate grifter about to pull his biggest con yet, one set to avenge his friend's murder. But his last scam backfired, leaving him indebted to a mob boss (Hoffman) and his enforcer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Confidence torrent reviews

Morten P (mx) wrote: Great "documentary"! -- a LOT of grass. And it wasn't used to play football on.. ( :{)}

Claudia G (de) wrote: tanta cosa para no quedarse con el dinero... pfffffffffff

Ashik K (de) wrote: The movie is just "shit"

Heshan D (br) wrote: Leaves you totally spell bound and mesmerized.... The impact will haunt your mind for a couple of days.... stunning!

Patrick S (us) wrote: Wow, I can't believe I let myself be disappointed by a Steven Seagal movie. Somehow I expected more from a storyline like Out for Justice.

Skyler B (gb) wrote: So, here's the thing about this movie: Its fun as hell. In no way the best movie ever and - if you see the US version - shorter than the real version. But that doesn't matter. Its fun as hell. Good action, interesting (and simple) story, and QT doesn't ruin it like I'd thought he would (don't get me wrong, I love his movies, but Tarantino seems like too much of a personality to really work in most films). Worth a viewing, for sure.

Rene R (au) wrote: Pretty thorough and kind of longish but follows the ripped thread of music known as punk from the proto-50's to the commercialized 90s. Dedicated to Joe Strummer.

Colleen W (ag) wrote: I have taught Plainsong for two years in a Colorado community college. Students like to read the stories as examples of how subplots can enhance the narrative as a whole. However, you say Ike and Bobby are mentally challenged??? Where do you infer THAT? Ridiculous! They are small-town boys full of curiosity, having to bear the weight of their parents' troubles. They experience death and life through their unique points of view, and represent typical boys.

Matt G (mx) wrote: Here we are another classic Sandler rom-com full of his funnly loving Sandler charm we all miss and love. This time lets go to Hawaii and stumble across Lonely Womanising (Sandler) find love in Drew Barrymore, a cute charming young lady and the 2 hit it off more than The Wedding Singer, but one problem is that she has a one day memory and now full of love Sandler has to charm her and win her full on in anytime he can. It's such a funny and charmingly romantic flick with the moral of never giving up on the things you love. Purely amazingly beautiful film and I thought it was one of Sandler's best (well there isn't much anymore). Groundhog Day meets the wedding singer, where have the good times gone of Sandler's finest.

Cynthia S (de) wrote: A charming film with solid performances. KOYLA celebrates the life and trials of a middle-aged cellist in Prague during the Soviet occupation. Louka plays the cello like an angel, but seduces married women with his devilish charm. All this changes when he inherits a young boy from an arranged marriage. The uneasy relationship between man and boy blossoms into mutual affection. Beautifully filmed, KOYLA ranks high as a must-see movie!

Demonic N (jp) wrote: This looks really crap.

Don S (ca) wrote: While I am a huge Bruce Willis fan, I've never cared for Billy Bob Thornton. I usually like caper movies too. Not this one. Willis' character is too smarmy, Thornton's too whiny, and Blanchett's too totally unbelievable. I was rooting for the police. The entire scenario of the robberies is too quaint, and had it been a one time thing it might have worked. Over time, it grew tired for me and stretched credibility.

Gimly M (mx) wrote: An overrated Stephen King adaptation, but most certainly not a bad one. Worth watching for the self-repairing car effects alone.

Alexander P (fr) wrote: Heather Thomas alone gives this puerile teen-fantasy film at least two-stars.

Willemina d (ag) wrote: Saw it when it was released, so, long time ago. I still realize it had such an impact on me. Always surprised it is never shown on tv. Will really try to find it now to watch it again - - - -and now it is on Arte tonight. Hurray!

hawk l (au) wrote: Grim retelling of the story "The Horla" by Guy de Maupassant, Vincent Price does admirably as the tormented protagonist. Wonderful, colorful sets and interesting subtext.

John Y (kr) wrote: Cute film which basically runs through a series of Jerry Lewis comedy routines. If you're a Jerry Lewis fan, then you'll love it.

Zane R (fr) wrote: Remember when Adam Sandler actually gave a crap about cinematography yeah neither do I but I do remember this film and it was funny I wouldn't say it's the best comedy of all time but this is how much effort you will ever get out of Sandler so yeah. This film had good acting, good filming and good jokes. But if you are drunk and you want to laugh pop in Billy Madison it will be good times and you'll ask yourself... Why doesn't Adam Sandler try to earn his salary anymore... well there's the 20th Century in a nutshell folks.

Aaron B (kr) wrote: loved it and loved kim novaks curves!!!

Ben B (kr) wrote: Slow-paced but highlighted by an intelligent mystery and suspense in the moment, 'Murder on the Orient Express' displays Agatha Christie's ability to construct great stories and Sidney Lumet's ability to bring them to life on the silver screen. An extraordinary cast includes Albert Finney as Hercule Poirot, Lauren Bacall as Mrs. Hubbard, Ingrid Bergman as Greta, Sean Connery as Col. Arbuthnot, Martin Balsam as Bianchi, Vanessa Redgrave as Mary Debenham, and others. Finney, as the title character will at times leaving you wondering why he acts like a fool, but then you follow his investigation and nearly forget about it. It's the range and skill of Finney that allows him to play the role of Poirot so well (Christie's Sherlock Holmes). 'Murder on the Orient Express' is the kind of mystery that will not end how you expect and will make you appreciate the time and care it takes to write something of this depth.