A big time drug dealer Victor Rosa is looking to get out of the game and sees his chance with a big deal with a new friend who happens to be a Wall St. stockbroker. Thinking this will be his chance to go out on top Victor soon finds out that he has been double crossed and his last option is to get revenge.
- Stars:John Leguizamo, Peter Sarsgaard, Denise Richards, Vincent Laresca, Isabella Rossellini, Sonia Braga, Delilah Cotto, Nestor Serrano, Anthony 'Treach' Criss, Rafael Báez, Fat Joe, Carlos Leon, Felix Solis, Omar Pastran, Rob B. Campbell,
- Director:Franc. Reyes,
- Writer:Franc. Reyes
A successful South Bronx drug dealer turns his back on his roots and gives money to a Wall Street broker to invest for him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Empire torrent reviews
(br) wrote: This is a film that relies o CGI to tell it's story...and the effects are terrible!-the worst I've seen in a movie! But that's not the only part that's incredibly disappointing, the acting and screenplay are mediocre and the cinematography reeks of half heartedness.
(au) wrote: Shark Night is not good or terrible, but falls in the "So bad it's good vibe" making it acceptable.
(it) wrote: Very hit-and-miss, but enough in-jokes with the audience and laughable moments to keep it going.
(mx) wrote: The plot is interesting but it is predictable. However, the message of the movie is quite interesting, rich people do not have feelings and never fall down.
(ca) wrote: Harrison Ford is just having fun here and so am I
(au) wrote: 104 minutes too long
(jp) wrote: What!?! This movie is basically about two friends who go through a tough time together. Out of the 105min runtime, you see the "alien abduction" for about 10min of it! Ripoff! It doesn't help that basically nothing else happens for the rest of the movie, and it has a lame ending. Robert Patrick's certainly done better. Not passable as an alien film, and barely passable as a drama.
(fr) wrote: It showed me a true meaning of friendship. Certainly enjoyed the scenery at the big wall
(us) wrote: A fun NYC look into the tv comedy productions for nbc at 30 Rockefeller plaza. It had some dry humor and odd slapstick, but it captured the true endearing feeling of New Yorkers and included a hilarious trip to Brooklyn.
(us) wrote: Pretty decent! Rachael Ward gives it her best and wins us audience over! Blood thirsty for students at the local night school~ a maniac donning a motorbike and a weird looking sword goes around chopping off necks and cracking skulls- leaving a trail of bloody satisfaction in its path. I hear they are DVDing this one very soon~ so get excited! IT IS really really good!
(br) wrote: One of my favorite movies and musicals
(mx) wrote: This is once again a typical 1970s European soft core film where Christina Lindberg is the star. Her character goes up to any man regardless of age or body type and tells them she is not a hooker and she is not charging, she just wants to have sex. What are the chances of that actually happening in real life? The story actually is not bad where a young and unknown Stellan Skarsgard helps Christina and explores what led to her nymphomania and how she can be cured. Overall this is a film for fans of Christina and it is one of her best works. Stellan Skarsgard should be proud of this film but I don't think he is.
(au) wrote: A compelling story, beautifully acted. Many of the scenes have extraordinary cinematography for its time. To my knowledge, "Wild River" was released neither on videotape nor DVD. Not a commercial milestone for 20th Century Fox, this unflinching drama uses its Volunteer State locations to great effect.
(ag) wrote: Yay finally a movie that I can label as exciting as a roller coaster ride.Freaking brilliant! Its a total jam packed movie with an equal amount of substance and style
(jp) wrote: Some say the that the movie lingered too long on the relationship between Robert & Maria, but I see this as no different from the book. Although the film comes in close to the 3 hour mark it would have been longer if Woods had captured every nuance of Hemmingways text.Not a bad film and ready for a remake imo... but I feel the book is more satisfying and closer to the knuckle... go read