Grand Theft Auto

Grand Theft Auto

A rich girl steals her dad's Rolls Royce and heads off to Las Vegas to get married. However, her angry parents, a jealous suitor, and a bunch of reward seekers are determined to stop her.

A rich girl steals her dad's Rolls Royce and heads off to Las Vegas to get married. However, her angry parents, a jealous suitor, and a bunch of reward seekers are determined to stop her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Grand Theft Auto torrent reviews

Red L (mx) wrote: A typical Hallmark movie. The hunk in this one is a detective undercover as a nanny. The love interest is a fellow nanny. The hunk has to solve the mystery and live happily ever after with the girl.

Sami L (jp) wrote: The idea was pretty good. Would have needed a better script but it was still much better than most "horror" movies that get released these days.

Napat S (us) wrote: The first movie in years that take my imagination to another level.

Matt B (de) wrote: A colossal disaster. COLOSSAL. Embarrassing. Unfunny. Stupid. Skip this by all means.

Ben M (gb) wrote: The fact this film has a 59% rating just goes to show that 50's cinema isn't appreciated anymore. This film reminded me alot of a modern day hitchcock film. A fascinating incident at the beginning which then leads to the characters downfall during which mysterious sub plots develop until finally leading to a resolve. Various scene's also include awkwardness which matches that of tv series 'the office' which leaves you in limbo, bury your head in your hands or grit your teeth and bare it. This may sound like something Dustin Hoffman would be paid ridiculous amounts to say whilst stood on a rooftop but that's what good writing is suppose to do isn't it... make you feel. The film was also beautifully shot, especially the opening scene which is mesmerizing. All of this leads to an explosive scene between Rhys Ifans, Daniel Craig and Susan Lynch which had me covering my mouth for five minutes in shock. Everyone is entitled to an opinion but for Avengers to get a rating from film critics of 80-90% and Enduring love to be known as rotten.... something is seriously wrong with cinema audience's.

David M (fr) wrote: Broken hearts, extreme deppression, and drug addiction usually make for good movies. Add in an impeccable performance by Phillip Seymour Hoffman, and you'll get a really good movie. Wilson's wife recently took her own life for reasons unknown. Wilson is beyond sad. He's broken. He randomly turns to huffing gas to deal with it, and follows that with lame excuses as to why he's buying so much gas. Its a sad movie, with some sort of black tragic comedic undertone to it all. Like we're all just so pathetic. I related a lot to Hoffman's character, because he's just that, he's so real, a person any of us could become if we were to lose what we cared about the most.

Joe W (mx) wrote: Emotionally gripping and almost a tear jerker. Nonetheless, it runs too close to the typical war/torture film agenda to develop a unique plot.

ramis v (us) wrote: surprising movie made more for televison i think than theatre but still really good to watch

Javen G (it) wrote: great movie for all ages.

Michael T (jp) wrote: Exploitation film gender-bends The Defiant Ones.

Greg W (es) wrote: doesnt hold a candle to the original 1966 version this is a luke warm tame remake-skip it see the original.

Michael L (es) wrote: It may take huge liberties with the truth, but it's still a compelling film and Lancaster is terrific.

Leigh M (us) wrote: I love this movie! I'm not sure why people feel the need to dissect it to the point of pointing out how unreal the circumstances are. Since when has a feel good movie ever been something that could be real? Unless a movie is based on a true story, you'd maybe only find a handful, if you're lucky, that get past a fairy tale plot and cross over into reality. This plot is not meant to be real. So anyone with a true appreciation for this type of fairy tale plot will be able to truly enjoy this movie for what it is. For me, the ending wasn't a letdown. I don't feel the need for closure on a story that couldn't be true. Its intent is to leave it up to the viewer as to what happens next. In a feel good movie, this is the kind of ending I love. I'm not so much a fan of the open endings in thrillers, but because my imagination is never at rest, it works perfectly for me in this film! When I get goosebumps watching a movie, it ranks high on my list. Those who don't like it are just as entitled to an opinion, but I would say those individuals lack imagination and a true sense of what a feel good movie is supposed to evoke in its audience. Sometimes you need to leave reality for a little while and experience the beauty of imagination. This movie is a perfect way to achieve that escape.

Nhung N (de) wrote: Dull, shallow and is a very bad interpretation of what so-called love. And Owen Wilson let me down, as always

Jeff B (es) wrote: The dangers of leading a life devoted to one thing without any regard for other people. It's stylish, but doesn't really seem to have much more to say than the average Spike Lee film. Basically, all of his movies kind of feel like they have the same plot.

Noel A (mx) wrote: Still disappointed of who master shredder's character was chosen or why DK?? LOL, but enjoyed the Megan scenes, Cassey should have had more play but great choice of characters. Fight scenes were dull.