Have I the Right to Kill?

Have I the Right to Kill?

1961. Thomas Vlassenroot deserted the French Foreign Legion while fighting in Algeria. His lieutenant, Fraser, initiated the desertion for the two of them, Fraser believing he could do more...

1961. Thomas Vlassenroot deserted the French Foreign Legion while fighting in Algeria. His lieutenant, Fraser, initiated the desertion for the two of them, Fraser believing he could do more... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

LinksNameQualitySeedersLeechersSize
Download   L'Insoumis.(1964 d'Alain Cavalier avec Alain Delon, Lea Massari)Other4734850.32 MB
Download   L'Insoumis.(1964 d'Alain Cavalier avec Alain Delon, Lea Massari)Other4035850.4 MB

Have I the Right to Kill? torrent reviews

Mohammed A (br) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Mohsin A (br) wrote: i appreciate there work. Like always concept is from some hollywood movie but a very nice try by Vipul

Dinesh P (it) wrote: a very bad rip off the masterpiece back to future

Stanley K (ca) wrote: Sweet and amusing, with just a few bum jokes (the weakest of which, which is just a little too complicated to explain and not very satisfying once explained, is unfortunately repeated throughout) and slightly languid pacing to gripe about.

Marilee A (mx) wrote: Seemed like I was watching CSI

Tiffany P (ru) wrote: What an amazing woman, and what an amazing life she led. She was truley before her time.

Rene V (us) wrote: One of the greatest dark crime comedies ever made. SEE THIS MOVIE.Studios: Screen Gems/Columbia Pictures

Nick C (us) wrote: If you can get over all the sex, the historical references are brilliant and it's a fun movie overall. Also, the use of Liszt, Wagner's, and even a little of Mussorgsky's music is well played.

Andrew A (nl) wrote: Surrealism at its best. With no computers to create movie magic, you wonder how Luis Bunuel was able to pull of the magic displayed in this film.

Osmeri T (us) wrote: I have the movie its the best

Giovanni M (kr) wrote: A light and breezy rock and roll movie, that has a well-intended message. Luckily it never drowns in its own sentiment.

Terry G (jp) wrote: Well to do American divorce with more money than brains buys a rundown villa in Tuscany. (Much more money; whilst having to dicker over the price, she subsequently manages to cook sumptuous buffets for her workmen and wander around Italy indefinitely with no job or apparent means of support.) Interminable boredom and the inevitable Italian lover ensue; this is a chick flick in the most pejorative sense of the term. Lane acts like an unskilled clueless teenage ingnue throughout - which dynamically clashes with her seriously fading looks - along the way smashing into a variety of (mostly Italian) cardboard stereotypes, dykes, divas, senile contessas and gigolos among them. Bloated with unnecessary scenes, the most ridiculous being a clumsily inserted and pointless recreation of the fountain scene in 'La Dolce Vita'. (A similar conceit was used in an effective and appropriate narrative context in 'Only You', Norman Jewison's vastly superior ode to Italy and romance). 'Tuscan Sun' may be the most vacant piece of cinema of the last decade, despite its admittedly well-lensed panoramas of Italy. Bonus negative point for Well to do American divorce with more money than brains buys a rundown villa in Tuscany. (Much more money; whilst having to dicker over the price, she subsequently manages to cook sumptuous buffets for her workmen and wander around Italy indefinitely with no job or apparent means of support.) Interminable boredom and the inevitable Italian lover ensue; this is a chick flick in the most pejorative sense of the term. Lane acts like an unskilled clueless teenage ingnue throughout - which dynamically clashes with her seriously fading looks - along the way smashing into a variety of (mostly Italian) cardboard stereotypes, dykes, divas, senile contessas and gigolos among them. Bloated with unnecessary scenes, the most ridiculous being a clumsily inserted and pointless recreation of the fountain scene in 'La Dolce Vita'. (A similar conceit was used in an effective and appropriate narrative context in 'Only You', Norman Jewison's vastly superior ode to Italy and romance). 'Tuscan Sun' may be the most vacant piece of cinema of the last decade, despite its admittedly well-lensed panoramas of Italy. Bonus negative point for the extraneous lover parachuted in at the last minute to provide requisite Hollywood ending for its targeted audience of Oprah-brainwashed housewives. Avoid at all costs, unless, of course, you view Oprah and Dr. Phil as pinnacles of intelligent discourse.

Tags and Keywords