Keith Lemon: The Film

Keith Lemon: The Film

With dreams of becoming a successful entrepreneur just like his beloved Richard Branson, Lemon bids farewell to his hometown of Leeds and heads for the capital. When he becomes an overnight billionaire, it seems everything is going his way, but it's not long before he discovers that life can be just as cruel as it is kind.

Keith Lemon is an aspiring business entrepreneur from Leeds, who is trying to secure investment for his invention, the Securipole . He travels to London to present the Securipole at an inventor's convention, putting his friend Dougie in charge of his business while he is away. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Keith Lemon: The Film torrent reviews

JuanKa P (it) wrote: Eddie Morra (Bradley Cooper) es un escritor viviendo un momento de gran frustracin, cuando un antiguo amigo le muestra los poderes de una droga llamada NZT que permite alcanzar el potencial mximo del cerebro. Las destrezas de Morra en todos los campos se dispararn volvindose un genio de Wall Street y llamando la atencin de magnates como Carl Van Loon (Robert De NIro) quien quiere contar con el talento del nuevo genio. La droga encierra impredecibles consecuencias, indeseadas, que podran ir en contra de los deseos de Eddie. Recomendable!!

Johnny B (au) wrote: this is actually one of the most brilliant movies ever made.

Kim B (it) wrote: A very in depth look into one of the biggest American wwii generals (in stature, personality, and impact). The battle scenes seemed real and the lead actor performed very convincingly. Excellently executed cinematography, set design, costumes, and score. Wow this film draws u in and does a terrific entertaining character study. I feel like this guy was a great general even if in person was ridiculous and annoying. Honestly his tactics and style seemed a bit ruthless, but hell did he get the job done and was more than happy to do so. A very eccentric character who seemed difficult to deal with but a brave and smart general who stuck to his principles even if sometimes a bit misguided or about his own self.

Alexander C (mx) wrote: Would like to see at some stage.

Elaine M (br) wrote: Painfully beautiful, but somewhat dull-plotted Japanese 50's family drama from director Yasujiro Ozu, following a 28-year-old woman whose tight family is sent into worry as she starts looking to marry at such a late stage. Obviously not a story-line that can really hold two hours of film, but the cinematography is gorgeous and scarily meticulous, the characters are kind of charming, and it's overall worth seeing once if never again...

Nicky N (br) wrote: Eddie Murphy Did OK With His First Film.This Was Disappointing.C

Jared B (kr) wrote: Coraline is another great, dark, and disturbing film. The directing style is what one would usually see from Henry Selick. It is definitely similar to his other works like "James and the Giant Peach" and "The Nightmare Before Christmas." Overall it is weird and creepy but in a way mesmerizing.

Graham M (fr) wrote: Works far better as a comedy than a thriller. Plotwise not much going on but when you watch the actors "interacting" with the lions, it becomes clear how so many people were injured during production; that alone makes it a unique viewing experience.

Jordan J (de) wrote: This looks worse than Norm of the North.