Lawrence Jamieson is an intelligent and sophisticated British con artist operating in the French Riviera with the help of manservant Arthur and corrupt police official Andre. He seduces wealthy and morally suspect women and steals their money. His only concern is a con artist known as "The Jackal" who has been preying on other wealthy victims. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
Two con men try to settle their rivalry by betting on who can swindle a young American heiress out of $50,000 first.
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Wes S (mx) wrote: It's Walking with Dinosaurs with a personality and a sick sense of humor. Violent, disgusting, and probably a bit fantastic, but nor that far from the real world of dinosaurs. The computer animation is a bit flat, especially in full scenery, but it's great looking in some acts. The whole thing plays out nicely, and is filled with laughs and emotion.
Michael H (nl) wrote: A well told caper movie with a significant focus on the relationships behind the crime.
Uma Maheswar N (gb) wrote: An excellent movie of good olden days
Noname (jp) wrote: Will Ferrell's latest movie "Land of the Lost" was a huge disappointment and im afraid this movie follows the same path and thats a shame for both Will and Jack have done quite good comedy movies over the years so far. The plot of this flick seemed to be pretty funny at first and im sure it could have been but the movie fails big time. It felt like its on amateur level almost and the humor is not funny at all actually and its a comedy movie so you know how that ends up. Once again a comedy in disaster to sum it up but not the worst out there..
Luca B (kr) wrote: Sicuramente un occhio originale sulla guerra...
Sandra C (mx) wrote: loved it all but Kikyo >>
Sonny N (ca) wrote: Good movie! Could have been better but I still liked it....
Lee M (ca) wrote: This good-natured, rough-housing Irish comedy is one of those buddy pictures where two oddly matched chaps thrown together by caustic Fate eventually save each other's life and become the best of buddies.
Carlton R (mx) wrote: I have seen this film about four time's and have loved it,It's a gentle comedy about All of the workers at a failing Zoo trying to save the Zoo from being closed,It really is heartwarming, and the cast work so well together, highly enjoyable
Jack B (es) wrote: Great film, read the book at school, then followed up with the film!
Private U (au) wrote: Within the first 5 minutes an old farmer with a shotgun finds a dead naked girl and says "Now that those dogs have tasted blood there's no stopping them! We need to get everyone off the island!" It kind of goes downhill from there.
Matt H (jp) wrote: It's like Hatchet for grown ups. But with butt rape.
jay n (nl) wrote: Marie Wilson was a talented comic actress but Irma, sweet natured though she may be is an exasperating twit. Martin & Lewis are very much in the background but Dean does get a chance to sing a song or two.
Kerby H (us) wrote: I was completely unaffected by this.
Aaron N (mx) wrote: Arthur Simon Simpson: It's not a question of losing my nerve; I never *had* nerve! A fine heist flick from a man who is pretty much one of the masters of the genre. The film is fairly breezy, taking a plot that would now seem familiar and combining it with the fun of a team consisting of a number of types, all leading up to a great climax involving the heist itself.Professional jewel thief Elizabeth Lipp (Melina Mercouri) reunites with her former lover and partner Walter Harper (Maximilian Schell) for the score of her life - the theft of an exquisite jeweled dagger from the Topkapi museum in Istanbul, Turkey. Also involved is a small-time con-man, Arthur (Peter Ustinov) with passport problems, who gets mixed up with this gang of world-class jewelry thieves. Turkish intelligence, suspecting arms smuggling, become involved, and, under pressure, Arthur rises to heights he'd never dreamed of.The film was directed by Jules Dassin, a filmmaker known for making many noir films during his lifetime, including on of my favorites and a just a fantastic film all around - Rififi. That film was famous for, among other reasons, its fantastically filmed heist sequence. In this film, Dassin once again has a showcase heist sequence that is fantastically well filmed, managing to be plenty tense, wonderfully staged, and fulfilling of all the other requirements this sequence would need. It's also nice to note that not only did this film inspire the original Mission Impossible TV series, but the heist in this film clearly influenced the eventual movie remake.Before getting the the heist sequence, the rest of the film is pretty light and fun. Ustinov is basically our main guy, a man in over his head, working to try and keep his head above water, as he balances his activities with both the investigators and the thieves. The rest of the cast is clearly having fun, as they are all just playing the basic stock heist movie character types. Watching the familiar beats of the team assembling the various aspects of the heist is fine, but it's do to the tone of the film that it all works for the most part.Another great aspect of this film is it's setting. Being set in Turkey, the scenes where we are made very aware that they are on location are great to see. The heist itself takes place at a famous building, but other wide shots and a sequence involving the large scale wrestling matches are a nice site as well.Not as much a classic as other older heist films, this is still one that clearly helped in paving the way for future ones and it is still a solid watch.Maj. Ali Tufan: What made you suspect they are Russian spies?Arthur Simon Simpson: I deduced it, sir.Maj. Ali Tufan: From what?Arthur Simon Simpson: From the cook, sir.Maj. Ali Tufan: What did the cook say?Arthur Simon Simpson: That they were Russian spies.Maj. Ali Tufan: A clever deduction.
Sean C (kr) wrote: Reminded me of Blood Beach from the 80's