For Love and Gold
A group of rogues steal a scroll granting its bearer the property of the land of Aurocastro in Apulia (south of Italy). They elect a shaggy knight, Brancaleone from Norcia, as their leader, and decide to get possession of this supposedly wealthy land. Many adventures will occurr during the journey.
- Stars:Vittorio Gassman, Catherine Spaak, Folco Lulli, Gian Maria Volonté, Maria Grazia Buccella, Barbara Steele, Enrico Maria Salerno, Carlo Pisacane, Ugo Fangareggi, Gianluigi Crescenzi, Pippo Starnazza, Luigi Sangiorgi, Fulvia Franco, Tito García, Joaquín Díaz,
- Country:Italy, France, Spain
- Director:Mario Monicelli,
- Writer:Agenore Incrocci (screenplay), Furio Scarpelli (screenplay), Mario Monicelli (screenplay), Agenore Incrocci (story), Furio Scarpelli (story), Mario Mo
A group of misfits, headed by an incompetent knight named Brancaleone, set out to reach the small town of Aurocastro so that their leader can take possession of the fief. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
For Love and Gold torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Yes! It's in English!
(it) wrote: Here is the thing about the VHS movies, they are effectively a demented version of The Outer Limits. They can be clever and even a bit scary but they don't over stay their welcome and try to show you something new.
(ru) wrote: The change in animation studios between the movie and the series has definitely taken its toll, as a result the animation in the movie is garish and cheap. Watch the series, and then watch 'The After Story'. This is one anime in which the series is infinitely better - a tear jerker.
(de) wrote: No good. Waste of time.
(br) wrote: I hate racism :[ Leelee has always been a good actress in my eyes and in this movie she is freaking scary! Her acting is so intense. I learned a bit of history watching this and now I hate racism even more!
(it) wrote: A bad film that didn't give me laughs
(nl) wrote: The Vanishing is as twisted as it is brilliant. Not recommended if there is anyone you love in your life.
(es) wrote: Pretty bad, pretty terrible, pretty horrible. Do I need to say anymore then that?
(us) wrote: Plenty of well thought-out scenes, but the overall plot is a little uninspired.
(jp) wrote: I'll probably need to give this another watch down the road but something about it just never clicked for me. It seemed to indulgent at times and even though I love Godard as a person, his movies always have this cool detachment that makes it hard for me not to think of them as movies. They feel more like projects, each designed with a ton of craftsmanship but not a whole lot of soul. The films meta and literary parallels got a bit on my nerves after a while. Still not a bad film and a very intriguing one from certain aspects. It just never came together for me the way I hoped it would.
(fr) wrote: no thanks not my thing
(es) wrote: "Demetrius and the Gladiators" is one of the greatest of all gladiator films, much better than the silly and boring Russell Crowe's "Gladiator". Film highlights: Jay Robinson's flamboyant portrayal of the mad Emperor Caligula, and Susan Hayward's wonderful performance as the amoral temptress Messalina.
(mx) wrote: It's just hard to get over the white people made-up to be Asian. Otherwise a very interesting film. I enjoyed the extra feature which documented the real Anna more than the movie. Also "The King and I" uses the exact same dialog from this movie.
(de) wrote: Sprawling and well produced western depicting the Western movement in the US during the 1800's. Not very inspired, but entertaining. A decent cast does an adequate job. Fritz Lang's direction helps.
(nl) wrote: Been a while sense I've enjoyed a real life thriller and not been able to figure out who's doing what. Absolutely brilliant. Its 50 first dates for the twisted mind! This is a MUST see!!!
(nl) wrote: [Interested: cannot find.]
(us) wrote: Ha! He did his Rumple bit for a second in a scene. I'm happy.