In ascolto

In ascolto

Estranged by the degree of corporate influence within the largest U.S. listening station in the world, an aging NSA officer defects and mounts a clandestine counter-listening station high in the Italian alps.

Estranged by the degree of corporate influence within the largest U.S. listening station in the world, an aging NSA officer defects and mounts a clandestine counter-listening station high in the Italian alps. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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In ascolto torrent reviews

Caroline C (nl) wrote: Not what I expected... I was on the edge of my seat for a lot of the movie!

brian r (ca) wrote: i wasnt disturbed at all but i will say the day it got to my house i sat down and watched the whole movie in my opion i dont see how it could be 4 hours other than the fact that andrey added too many unessasary and random photo shots i will say thought i defanately liked this one the best out of all andreys films if you buy visions of suffering you will be board out of your mind it isnt even a film its kinda like one of those color scope things with random deaths i mean it has a story but most of it is just weird effect i give visions of suffering a 3 and philosophy of a knife a 5 it was grusome if you have a weak stomach dont watch:)

Sarah C (ru) wrote: What an outstanding piece of cinema!

Douglas J (fr) wrote: While this movie was terrabley flawed and the CGi was horrable, It was evened out by a good cast and it kept me entertained throughout. I wish they would ahve ended it right when the snake died, the last few minuites of reselution kinda drag the exitment out. But if your going to see any of the python movies screw Python 2 and Boa vs Python and go for this one.,

James W (nl) wrote: Sharukh is awesome!He's so sheik,its like "James Bond" movie meets Jackie Chan's Rush Hour Hilarious!

Bonnie C (br) wrote: I finally finished this long-planned movie before netflix was pulling out! Robert Downey Jr. rocks portraying the name sake. Interesting but not surprising to see Chaplin's children (and grandchildren) in acting industry.

owyn A (de) wrote: It 's true that the best comedians, thrive in dramatic roles. Peter Sellers is just breathtaking.

Jan Briane A (us) wrote: La Ciociara (Two Women) is one of the most powerful anti-war films I've ever seen. It was a bit too painful to watch at times (the rape scene continues to haunt me up to this moment), becoming increasingly bleak just in time to end in a rather climactic note. The depiction of war wasn't bloated, was spared of the melodramatic treatment, and consistently gave off a realist feel to bolster its anti-war message. Sophia Loren's performance transcends time and language and remains to be an enduring specimen of first-rate acting. Sheesh, even her tears were crying... and quite effortlessly too.

Steve W (ca) wrote: Otto Preminger's drama is the first film to tackle the harsh topic of drug addiction. Frank Sinatra is a tragic character, who has demons of his own and outside in the form of his enablers when he returns to town clean after a stint in prison. The film has lots of tension, with a booming drum based musical score and great performances from shifty and shady types. The ending is a bit on the soft side but its good all around.

Steven B (br) wrote: Holy crap. I'd never heard of this li'l curio till HMV had a housecleaning sale and I snagged the Kino disc for $5. Then it sat on my shelf for a year...until a friend sent me a list: 1001 Movies to See Before You Die. And this title turned up on that list. Wha? So I gave it a view. And, sweet babies, it is a remarkable film! Despite the obvious appeal of Ava Gardner, who delivers all of her dialogue in a wispy near-monotone that STILL imbalances all kinds of hormones, the film's construction is beyond competent--it's stellar! First, it boasts a very literate screenplay (with references to the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam). Second, the cinematography and direction (who the heck is Albert Lewin???) is always decisive and pictorial, in both moments of serenity and danger. Check it out.