Prison guard Reggio lets Moltes have a weekly lottery ticket in exchange for his suave relationship advice. When Moltes learns that he has a winning lottery ticket, he breaks out of jail to claim his money. However, Reggio's girlfriend, Pauline , has the ticket with her in Africa. The action involves the odd couple teaming up to find the ticket while being chased by Det. Youssouf , along with the vengeful Turk and the Giant.
- Stars:Gérard Lanvin, Benoît Poelvoorde, José Garcia, Djimon Hounsou, Rossy de Palma, Jean Benguigui, Gary Tiplady, Gérard Darmon, Stomy Bugsy, Marco Prince, Omar Sy, Nicolas Anelka, Jacky Lambert, Renaud Rutten, Innocent Mboumgou,
- Country:France, UK
- Director:Alain Berbérian, Frédéric Forestier,
- Writer:Matt Alexander, Alexandre Coquelle, Manuel Delilez, Thomas Langmann, Matthieu Le Naour, Dominique Mézerette
Prison guard Reggio lets Moltes have a weekly lottery ticket in exchange for his suave relationship advice. When Moltes learns that he has a winning lottery ticket, he breaks out of jail to claim his money. However, Reggio's girlfriend, Pauline , has the ticket with her in Africa. The action involves the odd couple teaming up to find the ticket while being chased by Det. Youssouf , along with the vengeful Turk and the Giant. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dead Weight torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: This movie needs to be seen on the big screen! An wild blend of drama and humor. A new look at the underbelly of the the old west and an fresh take on the female heroine. Director JT Mollner is ahead of his time. A world class auteur.
(us) wrote: A somewhat gloomy portrait of Russia done in style. Very thoughtful movie with clever plot.
(nl) wrote: Beautiful imagery. Beautiful story. One of the best movies I've never heard of.
(ag) wrote: Sounds like a fun movie to watch with friends. and educational too!
(it) wrote: Superb comic book based martial arts movie. The budget looked massive for this sort of movie and the stunts just in the first 10 mins were better than most recent Hollywood action films I've seen in the last few years. Donnie Yen is an amazing martial artist and how he is not up there with Tony Jaa, Jackie Chan and Jet Li is way beyond my understanding. Nicholas Tse is also superb and an up and coming superstar. The story is as basic as it comes and none of it surprising. The special effects got gradually more crazy and reminded me of Kung Fu Hustle by the end. If only more Hong Kong chopsocky movies had this sort of budget! I Loved it.
(kr) wrote: An interesting character study with a twist I didn't see coming. It has a '24' element which us used affectively and the actors give good performances. Not that memorable though.
(au) wrote: I've had this film on my list to see for years and finally watched last night with my daughter. It is a sweet story that captures loss and longing in a very original way. There were a number of laugh out loud moments, and the resolution was satisfying and happy.
(ca) wrote: A more ambitious sequel to the 1984 comic horror hit finds our nasty critters appearing in a Donald Trump type skyscraper and wreaking havoc there. And it's quite inspired havoc that even extends to the film itself coming out of its sprockets. While the original was enjoyable in a silly way, this one is just batcrap crazy, a chaotic smorgasbord of in-jokes, cameos and delirious fun.
(nl) wrote: US soldier stationed in WW2 Australia becomes a serial killer, straining relations with the host country. Coburn shows well, although his relationship here is unnecessary filler. Shouldn't have taken the authorities and military this long to reel in their man; as Reb Brown seems intent on making himself the loudest guy at every social event.
(br) wrote: The imagery is incredible, and I appreciate the layers of complexity. Still, I was fighting boredom and was restless and distracted. Oodles of respect for Eisenstein's brilliant eye, but I still think he needed work on his storytelling.
(au) wrote: Pretty good noir picture that reminds me of another movie I was just watching: Part 1 of THE HUMAN CONDITION. Both movies are about scared men who let other good men die during war, but then redeem themselves in unpleasant ways. Maybe without the image of THE HUMAN CONDITION in my head I wouldn't have found this movie as interesting, but I thought the treatment of this theme was pretty well-done.
(us) wrote: Inspired by the manga manga, "Oldboy" impresses the West, as it deals with violence and revenge in a surprising way, showing that even the smallest acts have their weight. We see here the story of Oh Dae-su (Choi Min-sik), a man full of regrets and sins who one day is imprisoned for fifteen years in a room, and when he leaves, he wants revenge, it seems a simple script, Make no mistake, inside this revenge we have several layers, twists, intrigue, suspense, action and of course, a touch of black humor. The photograph of "Oldboy" is very beautiful, all the colors are very defined, Dae-su's room is dazzling and at the same time despairing, the city is lifeless, we have that neon touch in dark scenes, even the same Being present, is an extremely clean photograph, and the soundtrack, well, it is a spectacle to the part, with orchestral musics "Oldboy" is sensational, mixing the violence when orchestrating a beautiful song - as in mechanical orange (7I) - all The times that your theme music plays, you delight and serve perfectly as a counterpoint to what is being shown the screen, and the last technical aspect that I would like to comment, what a fabulous edition, my congratulations. Yoo Ji-tae has a sensational performance, it's that villain that makes us all hate him, that is, he fulfilled his role, Choi Min-sik impresses at times with his expression caricats and scandals, but he lacks a dramatic tone And Kang Hye-Jeong does not have a dramatic or humorous tone, but is beautiful and concentrates all the attention on screen, this is the film that consecrates the career of the great director - the most popular in Western culture - Park Chan-Wook. The film does not contain an explicit moral, quite the contrary, it completely attacks and distorts what we know about morality, and its final message is troubled, loaded with oriental manias, "Oldboy" behaves very well, even in his scenes galletas de Action your trail and beautiful photography. It's a worthwhile movie, and it's the perfect gateway to Korean cinema.
(us) wrote: I know when I was younger I felt bad for the Tim Allen's character playing a deadbeat downtrodden Dad, but now I just think it's a crappy movie.