Exit Through the Gift Shop

Exit Through the Gift Shop

Banksy is a graffiti artist with a global reputation whose work can be seen on walls from post-hurricane New Orleans to the separation barrier on the Palestinian West Bank. Fiercely guarding his anonymity to avoid prosecution, Banksy has so far resisted all attempts to be captured on film. Exit Through the Gift Shop tells the incredible true story of how an eccentric French shop keeper turned documentary maker attempted to locate and befriend Banksy, only to have the artist turn the camera back on its owner.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:87 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:English,French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:artist,   journalist,   prank,  

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Exit Through the Gift Shop torrent reviews

robert b (nl) wrote: what in the fuck....

Kan R (ru) wrote: Europa, Jupiter's moon is known to have potential to support life.The last 5 minutes of this movie really satisfied me. That was worth to wait the curiosity of the whole movie. 7/10

Austin W (mx) wrote: This film offered me some of the biggest laughs ive ever had with my best friends. the score while cliche was quite nice and the scenery was pretty good compared to its character models. despite this the Kung fu panda ripoffness was too blatant, its central characters either bland, stupid, useless or all of the above, its plotisms frustrating, and its action scenes laughable and unthrilling. barely worth a watch.

patrick f (ag) wrote: ,,my favorite band,,\ lupet nito kidnap my heart...

Alex P (mx) wrote: Straight-to-DVDness aside, this is really an effective heist actioner. Filmed in Europe again, to keep budget costs down, it offers a lot of bang for your buck. Some cool gunfights, a little Snipes ass-kicking, and not one but TWO above-average car chase scenes. The story is original and well orchestrated. I mean, I correctly predicted the twist ending around the middle of act two, but that didn't ruin it for me. The dialogue leaves a little to be desired, but it could have been a lot worse. There were some interesting new tweaks on classic formulas: for example, the head baddie has a debilitating illness. The tweak? It's Parkinson's Disease. Eastern Block Organized Crime Don in his forties with Parkinson's. Nice idea, and what actor wouldn't want to test out his chops on that character? Unfortunately they choose to play it for laughs. (Ha, Ha. He can't eat peas. Ha, Ha. He can't shoot straight. Ha, Ha. He can't light his zippo so as to immolate that person he's torturing. On second thought, no Ha, Ha.) But I honestly enjoyed the film and would recommend it to fans of the genre, or to fans of the illustrious and underappreciated Wesley Snipes.

Ali A (mx) wrote: I am officially a fan of Lars von Trier...he is nothing but a freakin GOD!

Vallie (nl) wrote: Watched this alot as a kid growing up!!!

Lewis C (es) wrote: An absolute masterpiece.

Trevor W (es) wrote: This film features in Ghostworld. To really enjoy this, you must have finished 1 bottle of wine first & be well on your way through the second.

Joshua G (us) wrote: Perfect cast. I was all in for 2 hrs.

Jolle L (br) wrote: "Machete", c'est parfait pour d (C)crocher. C'est compltement ridicule et c'est pour a que c'est g (C)nial!

Christopher E (it) wrote: When you peer through the semi-impressive visuals, this movie ultimately melts down to an inconsistent and generic flick. Set years into the future, the phenomenon of robot boxing has taken over the world. In one of the most exciting sports, we follow the story of Charlie Kenton, a former pro-boxer. As he tries to make a living fighting robots, he eventually gets stuck with his 11-year old son, left to him from his deceased ex. The two have to learn to work together as they each try and create a relationship between Father and son. I've watched this movie a few times now, and sadly, it's progressively lost its spark through each watch through. As I also grow older, it becomes increasingly easier to see past the glitz and glamour, viewing this as a highly flawed and mostly generic film. There's nothing really special about this movie, and it's not even worth devoting your attention to. There are plenty more impressive boxing movies out there, and although this film has a unique attribute to it, I don't think its enough to justify sitting there for two hours. If you're looking for a quality Hugh Jackman movie, well, this isn't it. Besides the lackluster screenplay and almost laughable dialogue, I don't really like his performance in this movie. His character wasn't very likable, and he was much less redeemable than you'd hope. He spends most the movie showing off his anger issues and arrogant personality, which causes more troubles than it actually solves. Dakota Goyo is good in his role, but his character is just ridiculous. His character definitely comes off as a whiny know-it-all, which really creates some head scratching moments. And keep in mind, this is coming from someone who actually really liked the kid character in "The Babadook". The visuals were fairly impressive for the most part. I mean, some of the robots look really cool and its a fun movie overall. The premise is fun and the visuals look good enough. They're not the best but they definitely don't compromise the experience at all. When robots are fighting, it looked like real robots were fighting. If there's one thing you can count on, it's a supply of solid visuals and decent actions sequences. The screenplay and the story were amateur at most. There is really nothing original about the plot and the character arks are nearly non existent. There are a lot of inconsistencies throughout the film that make you question what's going on, and the chain of events either have plot holes or are poorly written. In the end, "Real Steel" is a decent time, but not if you're looking for anything more than some basic eye candy and robot fights.