High Heels and Low Lifes

High Heels and Low Lifes

A nurse eavesdrops with a friend on a cell phone conversation that describes a bank heist. She and the friend then conspire to blackmail the robbers for $2 million.

A nurse eavesdrops with a friend on a cell phone conversation that describes a bank heist. She and the friend then conspire to blackmail the robbers for $2 million. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


High Heels and Low Lifes torrent reviews

Susanna M (ca) wrote: A good mix of newcomers with seasoned actors...

Brad G (ru) wrote: The first time I encountered slight-of-hand artist Ricky Jay was as the narrator of Paul Thomas Anderson's Magnolia. That voice. Once heard it will live in your head. The next time I saw Ricky Jay was in David Mamet's Heist. That lead to an obsession with Mamet's films & plays which in turn lead to obsessions with Joe Mantegna, William H Macy, and Ricky Jay. Now for the first real time, director Molly Bernstein takes us inside the tricks of Ricky Jay's trade. No, this is not a How-To on his artistry, but a sort of origin tale - a documentary that will drop your draw in astonishment while also digging a bit into the history of stage magic. I'm a sucker for this type of thing. Penn & Teller. The Amazing Jonathan. Fun stuff. But Ricky Jay is an artist. VF.

Jose R (au) wrote: This movie was quite a pleasant suprise for me, I enjoyed the movie for what it was and what it was trying to go for, I found it funny pleasing and the acting was pretty passable, nothing new or original it's cliqued and predictable but it was told pretty good

Cody B (mx) wrote: I never played the games, I don't think I've seen the other movies, I just wanted to watch Milla Jovovich kick the shit outta some shit.

Bruno V (br) wrote: Nothing better than taking revenge of your mother's killers ...Alright ! SOMDVD

Faith E (au) wrote: this was a pretty good movie. cute and fun.

Laurence H (ag) wrote: Akira Kurosawa's final script of love and wanting is brought to the screen (after Kuroawa's death in '98) by director Kei Kumai. The production values seem fairly high and, perhaps because of this, the setting is far too clean - as if it's been purchased from a mail order catalogue. The characters are strangely bland and have little depth. Without genuinely touching drama and characters it descends into melodrama of a rather uninspired quality. The cinematography seems too blatent, but it's certainly a noble effort and the story remains somewhat unique.

JeanPhilippe G (us) wrote: The characters and the jokes are what makes this third installement fun, even though the plot doesn't make much sense.

Michael R (it) wrote: As thrilling as it is entertaining, the Town is an intelligent and sharp crime drama that Ben Affleck directs with masterful skill.

Misty S (es) wrote: I had to read the most dangerous game in junior high. Really like the whole concept of the story and always thought it would make a good movie. That's what I liked about this movie. If only Ice T was a better actor.

Nate Q (fr) wrote: Yes, it's creepy and scary, just like the original TV series, but only just. The story's just aren't nearly as creative or inventive as the TV series, and not to mention the final story, the one where the man see's a creature on the wing of the plane, lacks how creepy the original one was. Now, it isn't that bad of a movie, it is somewhat scary, and quite thought provoking, with some solid acting, but it could have been more. All in all, not as good as the original, but still watchable.

Jonathan P (ca) wrote: As a movie it lacked a real solid story...as a comedy sketch it was pretty funny but wore thin towards the end. Chaplin is Chaplin and will always provide some chuckles I just felt it didn't play out to its full potential.

Eric R (ru) wrote: A small-time crook (Charley Varrick) and his partner have just successfully robbed a small bank in New Mexico. Much to their surprise they discover that their payday from the heist is in the neighborhood of $750,000 dollars, way more than the modest payday Charlie was expecting. Charlie realizes they have stolen Mafia money which leads him on an adventure where he must outwit and stay ahead of both the cops and the mafia. Charliey Varrick is very much painted as a cunning professional, but also an old man. He wants nothing to do with the Mafia's money but it's not exactly something you can just return ot the mafia. Walter Matthau is really great in these types of role where his character is sorta old and tired and in this situation which he just wants to get out of. He almost personifies the every-day man in this gritty, down-to-earth heist-crime drama. All that being said, the viewer is never really given much indication into what Charley is thinking before he does it; which adds an interesting amount of intrigue to his journey. Jon Don Baker also stands out as Molly, a mob-hired killer, who is on the trail to get the money back. His broad shoulders and imposing presence coupled with his no-nonsense demeanor make him a character that demands your attention every time he is on the screen. This is a lean script that features a lot of great characters which are all developed well and possess their own wants and desires.

John R (nl) wrote: Ben Affleck falls for a Lesbian but instead develops a friendship that can overcome all barriers. I liked this film at the end. Wasn't sure where it was going but "Chasing Amy" summed it up. Alyssa's hot. Bluntman & Chronic's appearance is great. Good film.

James H (mx) wrote: A brilliant commentary on 90's culture, Hollywood and the youth buried in a dim-witted and simple comedy. A Trojan Horse of a movie. 92/100