Dirty Pretty Things

Dirty Pretty Things

An urban hotel in London is a gathering and flash point for legal and illegal immigrants attempting to cobble together their lives in a new country. The immigrants include Senay, a Turkish woman, and a Nigerian doctor named Okwe who is working as a night porter at the hotel. The pair discover the hotel is a front for all sorts of clandestine activities. Their only wish is to avoid possible deportation. Okwe becomes more entangled in the goings on when he is called to fix a toilet in one of the rooms. He discovers the plumbing has been clogged by a human heart.

Okwe, a kind-hearted Nigerian doctor, and Senay, a Turkish chambermaid, work at the same West London hotel where drug dealing and prostitution takes place. However, when Okwe finds a human heart in one of the toilets, he uncovers something far more sinister than just a common crime. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dirty Pretty Things torrent reviews

Joshua S (es) wrote: yawn. paint drying and grass growing is more entertaining. 2 1/2 stars only because Bill F'ing Murray.

AD O (us) wrote: strong acting. painful and intriguing to watch!

Leo L (gb) wrote: this is so far from the original manga, that watching these guys butcher Shirow's work is painful

Kimberly E (de) wrote: I loved this movie. I knew it would be sappy but it was still really good. :)

Tracie P (jp) wrote: 21st century telling of Madame Bovary.

Rebecca W (gb) wrote: This film is about a taxi driver that falls for a prostitute and he see's beyond her job for what she truely is :D

Baurushan J (jp) wrote: I remember watching this movie a long time ago but since it's a long time ago, I'm going to have trouble remembering the story. The story is about Charlotte played by Alyssa Milano who is nearing her 18th birthday when she meets a stranger played by Martin Kemp. It turns out that Charlotte is the reincarnation of a Transylvanian princess the stranger is a vampire who once loved her. He will be able to retain his powers of eternal life before Charlotte turns 18 within three days but first he has to seduce her and to to weaken her, he uses Sarah to introduce Charlotte to lesbianism. When the truth is revealed, they have to destroy the stranger before Charlotte's 18th birthday arrives. This movie was a great film, had a great story and I had some fun with with it. If you had actually watched the movie, the film was titled above The Nosferatu Diaries: Embrace Of The Vampire which I guess was a great homage to the classic 1922 vampire movie. Embrace Of The Vampire gets a solid 8/10.

Private U (ru) wrote: I hope this is on dvd soon, I watched it when I was little & theres a sweet scene where the robot shoots a ball bearing at a guys face.

Kenny N (jp) wrote: No stars. To quote Roger Ebert, "I hated this movie. Hated hated HATED this movie." Now he was talking about "North," which is one of the worst films ever made. I'm talking about this. which is worse than "North" and a contender for the "worst movie ever" list. Where to begin...well, for starters they could not have picked a worse actor to portray the hellspawn title character. Michael Oliver is retired from acting now, and thank God, because his complete lack of talent is readily apparent in every single scene he's in. (And he's in almost every single one of them.) For those who hate John Ritter on "Three's Company"...he's never been more annoying than he is here. He pretty much plays the world's biggest idiot to perfection. Everything else, the writing, direction, music, just comes together to create an orchestra of obnoxiousness from first frame to last. I don't know who this movie is for. Junior is a bad influence on children of any age, and I wouldn't want to meet the grown adult who finds this thing "charming" or "cute." Bottom line, AVOID. Period. I'm gonna go lie down now.

Justin C (ag) wrote: Not as good as the first, but still manages to be moderately entertaining in a campy 80's way.

Sumit S (nl) wrote: Lighthearted suspense thriller with fine dose of performances from the cast & crew, Family Plot is the last film in the glorious career of genius director Alfred Hitchcock & although it's clever & strong enough to stand on its own, comparisons to great films from Alfred Hitchcock will only end up leaving a dent on it. Carrying the same mystery elements in the plot that has virtually defined all Hitchcock films, Family Plot embraces the same storytelling technique with enough measure of thriller & mystery but this time with a smart dose of light-hearted humour as well. The last one, from the master of suspense.

Murray S (us) wrote: Chelsea fan Dickie as Pinky and Dr Who team up in a fun-packed Brighton romp .... it hasn't improved down there in the intervening 65 years!!!

Vince N (jp) wrote: 8 years later and peoples baby's are considering baby's,"Lovely!" While, not if it's up to Marcus Burnett. On to the X, and a vicious turf war. While a love triangle should be the least of objectives, at least you'd think..... #waitingon3rds

Michael n Vicki L (nl) wrote: Outstanding, wonderful. Thank you for this movie! We loved it. We love what it says.

Dennis B (nl) wrote: cant stand Woody Allens pretention tbh

Jaime D (kr) wrote: Very nice piece of improv acting... feels a bit like a student film makera graduation project but none the less has some really brilliant moments... certainly Jim Jarmush who appears in the film seems to have leaned heavily on the experience when making his 2003 picture coffee and cigerrettes