Jönssonligans största kupp

Jönssonligans största kupp

When Vanheden and Dynamit-Harry tries to break doctor Busé out of jail, they get Herman Melvin instead. He has been working at the Swedish Mint and the doctor, who has started to think like...

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Jönssonligans största kupp torrent reviews

Gimly M (us) wrote: A more sensitive man than I would probably have been offended enough to write The Sacrament off entirely. Personally, I'm not one for judging art from a moral point of view, I think it's easy to separate myself from watching films through that lens. But even I was a little ticked off by Ti West's microcosm retelling of the Jonestown Massacre. Not for the completely reasonable explanation of profiting from an actual tragedy, honestly that sort of thing never really phased me. No, what bothered me was that he pretended it wasn't inspired by the Peoples Temple.Is that something I should let negatively influence my opinion on the movie? I don't know, it seems pretty classless, but I don't think I should. Thankfully, the point's moot because I really didn't care for The Sacrament at all.My distain for modern situation with Found Footage Horror is (no pun intended) well documented. I'm just generally turned off by the whole thing. Here, Ti West manages to take that distain up to another level. Constantly throughout the course of The Sacrament, there are scenarios which make absolutely zero sense from a found-footage standpoint. Decisions are made to have a score in the more intense scenes, as well as shooting from more angles than they have cameras, or to keep the audio running at pace, while the cameras jump from place to place. The end result of this means that we don't have a Found Footage Horror (which typically would be bad enough) but instead we are treated to a regularly-filmed movie, except that the camera is poor quality, constantly shakes, and actors constantly look straight into the lens, removing any suspension of disbelief you could possibly hope to garner from The Sacrament.The people involved with the film have all been pretty hit and miss in the past. And even contained within The Sacrament, the actors themselves are hit and miss. Arguably more hit, but unfortunately the misses are at the times when it matters most. There's some cringe-worthy bad reactions in the climax of the movie, especially from the leads.The Sacrament is not enthralling, and I personally, was very disappointed, even separating myself completely from the Jonestown Issue.23%-Gimly

Caroline S (br) wrote: Tres sympa, et en plus un beau r (C)sum (C) des relations pere-fille.

Cristi B (mx) wrote: film de actiune australian

Stefano L (ag) wrote: Magari per una volta Boll ha mostrato un minimo di creativit nella presenza scenica degli attori, riuscendo a sollecitare qualche piccolo sorriso con una dose smisurata di trash, disseminato, tra una sparatoria e un'esplosione di un martire, in generose manciate, ma siamo ancora distanti da un tipo di comicit decente. E' uno di quei film che, se visto da met, non fa perdere il filo della """trama"""" (anche se in questo caso non penso sia il termine pi appropriato). Simpatica l'idea di inventare un'improbabile amicizia tra "Georgie" W. Bush e Osama bin Laden, magari non un colpo di genio in realt visti i numerosi sketch televisivi dedicati al tema, ma nemmeno un "intreccio" malvagio. Buffo anche il protagonista. Boll f pure un cameo in cui mostra finalmente un piccolo sprizzo di auto-ironia contro i giornalisti che lo considerano un pessimo regista (addirittura secondo alcuni "il peggiore al mondo"). Scelta molto pi decorosa rispetto allo scontro di pugilato con i critici che ebbe luogo qualche anno fa.

Ken E (au) wrote: just as the title says AMAZING

Zachary G (it) wrote: weird mixed with alittle bit of weird.. mixed with another large side of wierd.. if there was ever a genre called weird horror this would be it.. i understand what happened I just don't know how it happened.. if that makes any sense? probably not.. yeah, this movie is weird but i did enjoy the bloody naked boy.. acting was ok except some laughable moments.. gore for a low budget film was pretty solid.. i must give the movie points on being different and taking risks.. i just can't give it a positive review but its still worth checking out if you like wierd shit

Mario S (ru) wrote: wasn't to bad,, notice how his earlier movies are all in Florida,, lol

Jens S (ag) wrote: Western Classic and one of the movies that established Burt Lancaster's Blendax grin. Him and Cary Cooper are meeting in Mexico during the revolution, trying to make their ways as guns for hire (along with Ernest Borgnine, Charles Bronson and Jack Elam). During their job of protecting a carriage there is a lot of double-crossing and surprisingly many amoral characters, with Cooper of course being the one with the heart of gold under the rough skin. The interaction between the two main characters, friends and foes against all odds, is what carries this film, despite of a rather low number of real action scenes. This is old-fashioned Western movie making, for fans of the genre, and yet the film avoids most stereotypes and uses a rather unique setting.

Jeff J (de) wrote: A bit long and started out slow, but once the action started, it was one hell of a ride.

Jude N (de) wrote: An emotionally charged film.

Zachary L (nl) wrote: Beautifully animated, well paced and well intentioned. The minute you think too hard about the allegories to the drug trade and African American stereotypes of aggressiveness, the film becomes problematic.