Easy Money: Hard to Kill

Easy Money: Hard to Kill

JW (Joel Kinnaman, Robocop, The Killing), the promising business student who became an organized coke smuggler in Easy Money, is serving hard time in prison and struggling to get back on an...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:99 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:Swedish,Spanish,English,Serbian,Arabic,Croatian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,   sequel,   second part,  

JW (Joel Kinnaman, Robocop, The Killing), the promising business student who became an organized coke smuggler in Easy Money, is serving hard time in prison and struggling to get back on an... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Easy Money: Hard to Kill torrent reviews

Cynthia S (us) wrote: An Independent film that I found myself immensely drawn into right from the beginning. It was well done, intriguing, and a fine example of how to make a movie...with great start, climax, and a completely wrapped up ending. Good job...

Alexandra R (au) wrote: A beautifully shot, but squirmingly uncomfortable film. It's impossible to warm to any of the characters; the European women with their blunt, thoughtless racism and their naive, desperate, pathetic lust for the Kenyan men are simply hideous. I despised the two main characters: One so naive and pathetic and the other who treated the men like dumb, simple toys to be laughed at and abused. The men aren't that likeable either, as they fulfil the stereotype of the beach hustlers who harass tourists, and use tales of sick families and endless poverty to extort money after performing the perfunctory (and apparently rather lacklustre) sexual act to placate the female tourists. But each fulfil a role which makes the deal. Would there be demand without supply and vice versa? This movie isn't just about sex tourism and it's inevitable exposure of racism (in a way, the Kenyan men are just as racist as the white women, as they think the tourists are an endless ATM). It's also about the Western/ European desexualisation of older women. Yes, they are fat, saggy, old, irritating and small-minded, but you see the damage done by the ageist attitudes of the Western world towards older women. These sad, lonely women are products of broken marriages and men who vocalise their lack of desire for their post-menopausal bodies. Their desperate search for love, affection and romance is pitiful. I had sympathy for them, as I had sympathy for the men who were used as sec objects. Female sex tourism is still an u comfortable subject, and I doubt this film would be as cringeworthy if it were about men seeking "exotic" women and paying for their affection. In fact, that plot line is of no interest as a movie, as it's so commonplace. I was left asking, why are these women marginalised by their own society, and why do they even begin to entertain the authenticity of the hustlers' declarations of love? Did I enjoy this movie? Yes, because I like films that make me question the issues they raise, and because I'm partial to films that cover uncomfortable subject areas. If you liked 'Vers Le Sud', you'll like this.

Paul C (it) wrote: One of the worst films I've seen in quite awhile. Don't even think about it. Paul Chambers, CNN.

Veronica B (ru) wrote: This movie had a good idea going but it moved too slow for me. The ending was predictable and the movie wasn't original at all.

Kevin M (it) wrote: Ron Livingston does a good job, but ultimately this film fails to be very interesting. It's dull, and a documentary format would have proved the filmmakers' point better.

Jeff B (jp) wrote: Palme D'Or winning sequel to Andrzej Wajda's Man of Marble, which is better than the original. What I loved about this is that it's pretty much the same structure as the first film, except it's a journalist interviewing all the people that knew Birkut's son, Maciej. The journalist is a much better character than the female filmmaker from the first film (and a better actor) and the score is better (if still a bit too out-dated). Once again, I wish I knew more about the politics of the time, this version focuses on the Solidarity movement in Poland. In fact, I had to stop the film halfway through and look it up on wikipedia so I could understand what was going on. The amazing thing is that this film was made pretty much as the movement was still taking place and being finalized (which may have partly helped in it winning the Palme D'Or). Still, it's an excellent film, a great job by the entire cast and crew, especially an amazing directing job by Wajda.[/i]

Tarek E (br) wrote: The best giallo soundtrack ever.

Paul D (it) wrote: The Producers have managed to attract a few decent names to this crime thriller, but it's story is not one you can warm to, nor are there any characters that are likeable. This wouldn't be a problem if the plot was strong, but it is not.

Brandon S (au) wrote: It's all just too violent, homophobic, racist, joyless, unfunny, unoriginal, and just generally inappropriate. But, you know, it's a Michael Bay movie.

Private U (ag) wrote: Brilliant brilliant movie - captivating with unforgettable insanity.

Andres V (us) wrote: Es increble todo el cine clsico que se dio en 1957. Esta pelcula asombra por los 29 aos que tenia Stanley y la comprensin que mostraba sobre la consciencia humana. El papel de Kirk Douglas es muy bueno y la historia es de lo mejor.

Carlos I (es) wrote: Such a great action movie. I don't know why it doesn't get more love... I shouldn't be surprised I guess, it IS Peter Berg.

Jasmeet S (br) wrote: Such a wonderful concept.

Sean D (fr) wrote: I loved it! Outside of the occasional poor use of green screen and slow motion, the film was great from start to finish! It was a beautiful and slightly better spiritual successor to Arachnoquake. That movie was great too! I need to see more SyFy original films from 2015 because maybe 8 years after they started doing this that they finally nailed the concept! Wow, I can't believe I've seen 2 or 3 SyFy original films that I've given such high ratings too. Okay, they really are hit and miss, mostly miss though!