Professor James Anders is a seemingly mild-mannered teacher, an American working in Rio De Janeiro. Anders, bored with years of teaching, decides to put together a team to pull off a diamond heist during the Rio Carnival. Four international experts are brought together to carry out the robbery: a safe cracking expert, a master thief, a mechanical genius, and a playboy.
- Stars:Janet Leigh, Robert Hoffmann, Klaus Kinski, Riccardo Cucciolla, George Rigaud, Adolfo Celi, Edward G. Robinson, Jussara, Miguel del Castillo, Luciana Angiolillo, Valentino Macchi, Anny Degli Uberti, Aldo Bonamano,
- Country:Italy, Spain, West Germany
- Director:Giuliano Montaldo,
- Writer:Paolo Bianchini (story), Augusto Caminito (story), Marcello Coscia, Marcello Fondato, Mino Roli (screenplay), Mino Roli (story), José Antonio de la Lo
After retirement, Professor James Anders presents criminal Mark Milford an elaborate plan to rob a diamond company in Brazil with a crew of professionals. The men assemble in Rio de Janeiro... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(fr) wrote: the best Spider-Man yet
(ru) wrote: I have to see ithis moive from the beginning again
(mx) wrote: one of those films that from the trailer looks great but is in fact awful
(ca) wrote: WTF?!?!?!?! though SHORT is funny sometimes in this.
(ru) wrote: Dumbest Movie Ever I love it
(gb) wrote: I'm not Relying on the Reviews on this movie,It Just Looks Horrible.
(us) wrote: Good horror movies are the kind that stimulate your imagination and strike genuine terror into the heart. But bad horror movies are the kind that strip away any such qualities and go instead for shock splatter just because. In other words, the kind of movie one wishes they hadn't wasted their time with. WISHMASTER is one of those movies in the latter category, which is a shame, because the conception of the story could have been an interesting twist on the ALADDIN legend. Andrew Divoff plays a centuries old, UGLY Djinn accidentally unleashed by aspiring scientist Tammy Lauren. The message "be careful what you wish for" is put to new use not just in the horrifying manner that said Djinn grants them. This is no Robin Williams, nor even a friendly magic spirit. No, this is a spirit from Hell, and he looks and acts like such, granting wishers their requests with extremely nasty prices. (SPOILER: Only a last minute wish to reverse the chaos saves the day.) Frankly, though, if I were given the opportunity, I'd wish for the movie in general to be far better than it actually is. It's cheaply executed, it's pointlessly gory, it's predictable, and worse, unpleasant to sit through. Evidently audiences responded otherwise, because this disaster spawned sequels. I personally have no wish to sit through any of them, nor frankly, even sit through this dreary, bloody, splattering, disgusting piece of shlock ever again. Finally, I wish for your own sanity and sake that you don't even bother either.
(it) wrote: Werid !! Strange!! Freaky!! if u haven't seen this comedy ... u have to .. it's soo chessy..
(nl) wrote: Great film. Strongly recommend.
(ca) wrote: Unfortunately I caught this one on TV recently. It's like the makers of the series of Godzilla movies decided to make one with King Kong instead, which is a stupid idea in the first place. This movie is mindless, and stupid, I didn't care for it at all, and I don't recommend it.
(au) wrote: I hadn't seen this film for years, despite loving it as a kid. was delighted to notice the third man references this time around! Kenneth does his 'viper box' voice throughout, which is a delight.
(gb) wrote: Atticus said to Jem one day, "I'd rather you shot at tin cans in the backyard, but I know you'll go after birds. Shoot all the blue jays you want, if you can hit 'em, but remember it's a sin to kill a mockingbird." That was the only time I ever heard Atticus say it was a sin to do something, and I asked Miss Maudie about it. "Your father's right," she said. "Mockingbirds don't do one thing except make music for us to enjoy. They don't eat up people's gardens, don't nest in corn cribs, they don't do one thing but sing their hearts out for us. That's why it's a sin to kill a mockingbird."
(jp) wrote: An old fashioned Disney adventure, it may be a little slow burn but its charm compensates. Vibrantly colourful, strong young actors and the always magnificent George Sanders as the villain make for a breezy romp.
(es) wrote: Lamberto Bava's debut gets its Masters of Giallo release here in the UK. Frankly, I was disappointed. Essentially the story of a middle-aged mother who's having an affair, loses her lover in an accident, goes a bit mental and then moves in with her ex's blind brother. There's little in the way of action, minimal gore or shock value - apart from the film's hilarious denoument - it's just a plodding affair saddled with some wild over-acting from its leading lady.
(de) wrote: Killer monoliths....okay.
(fr) wrote: So freakin stupid, but funny as Heck
(jp) wrote: Final Destination is the very first installment in one of the most popular horror franchises of all time, and I honestly think it's pretty good. Lacking the slasher genre and having a more unique element of horror and death, Final Destination is a very well done horror film that is very interesting and entertaining.
(es) wrote: et De Niro se compromit dans un nouveau navet. Bien accompagn par Forest Whitaker et 50 Cent pour partager le got de l'chec.
(jp) wrote: The photography was amazing, and the costuming is gorgeous. The set design is okay. The acting is horrifically awful. The story is trite, but the concept isn't too bad. Luckily enough for me, there wasn't a single vampire anywhere in this story--begging the question of the title. They were technically more like ghosts or zombies than anything else.