Horst Schlämmer - Isch kandidiere!

Horst Schlämmer - Isch kandidiere!

Horst Schlämmer, the deputy chief editor of the "Grevenbroicher Tagblatt", founds his own party to run in the 2009 German federal election.

Horst Schlämmer, the deputy chief editor of the "Grevenbroicher Tagblatt", founds his own party to run in the 2009 German federal election. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Horst Schlämmer - Isch kandidiere! torrent reviews

Andre N (br) wrote: Don't watch !Horrible. Piece of garbage. Bad acting, dialogs, you name it. Completely non sense.

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Shannon B (es) wrote: SRK and Kajol are awesome.

Barry B (nl) wrote: Despite this being a straight-to-DVD movie, its a really good modern western directed by and starring Dolph Lundgren. Its shot really well, like a rebirth of the Clint Eastwood type loner vigilante movies of the 60's. Dolph plays a biker who arrives in a small town at a friends funeral and discovers his pal's death may not have been an accident. Carrying a bible, he wipes out the corrupt business men and cops running the town. Really enjoyable movie, directed and shot nicely by Lundgren. Worth a look action fans.

JayKumar B (mx) wrote: classy and oddly titillating

Jason S (es) wrote: so christina ricci didn't want to be around with a special kid at first and then eventually falls in love with so to speak i thought at times kindof sorry but ended good

Jenaphur (ag) wrote: Not a very good movie, but it helps with insomnia.

Denise A (ca) wrote: It's was silly. It's a Ok film.

Kyle M (us) wrote: Thanks to its drugged-out nature (and some melodrama to the mix), it's disgusting and depressing to look at while the viewing in general is torturous. The only appeals are a little on some nice shots of cinematography and Downey Jr.'s couple moments of performing nicely, despite being the face of the film's horrible nature. (C)

Tony P (kr) wrote: The franchise Cannon (group) continues!Charles Bronson returns as a sixty something vigilante some 10 years after the original Death Wish film.After a hiatus in Los Angeles Kersey returns to New York City for this escapade helping residents (mostly elderly) in some gang infested sink area of the city.However this time Bronson as Paul Kersey acts with the secret full knowledge of an NYPD cop that has known of his antics from the beginning.The film is appalling. The acting is pure non existent! The entertainment is gained from seeing the array of weopenry that Kersey uses and booby traps he uses.The Cannon Group filed for bankcrupty in the early 1990s. After a string of releases like this that is hardly surprising. Sundance it ain't. One question I have of the local residents many of whom are OAPs. Why live in the area?Ive seen part IV so its onto Death Wish V next. How old is the late Charles Bronson in that.Some interesting bits of trivia about this. It is the final Death Wish film directed by the also late Michael Winner.Bronson himself apparently disliked the film.Most of the film was shot (pardon the pun) in London, UK not New York City.

DanetteDani A (au) wrote: A TCM and a great show on a rainy day for the kids to see.

Adawg J (fr) wrote: Very cheesy sci fi b movie. interesting creativity of the aliens though

Timothy P (es) wrote: The best of the string of Oscar best actor awards handed out simply for portraying a good imitation of a real celebrity (i.e. infinitely better than Capote!)

Kim M (ru) wrote: The Power of Few was like some of those Lifetime movies that manage start out as intriguing, but then seems to go nowhere, yet you continue watch thinking it may pull back together - but it never does. In the end it just feels like it was trying really hard to make a profound point and though you're not sure what that was you don't really care, you're just glad it's finally over. More often than not, that's how I respond to any of the movies where intertwining lives of several characters over a short period are depicted. I'm sure someone who tends to like that type of movie would appreciate it more than I did.

STCENTERPRISE (kr) wrote: I thought that Humphrey Bogart in the 1948 film Key Largo was one of Hamphry Bogarts Better roles. He played it like many of his other roles with characteristics like selfishness and a fearful. The one difference I saw was that he did have some thought, he waited and often thought things threw before doing something. He turned out to be the hero in this film. The story now a days seems familiar since it has been repeated several times as far as a person holding up a group of people and then found in a situation where he can not leave without the assistance of hostages he has captured. It is seen in bank robbery situations, westerns, and more. In this case what stops the gangsters is a hurricane.