Based on a true story: a recently released convict dreams of one last heist with his old gang before retiring. Posing as electrical workers, they dig a tunnel deep under a bank vault. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Le dernier tunnel
Based on a true story: a recently released convict dreams of one last heist with his old gang before retiring. Posing as electrical workers, they dig a tunnel deep under a bank vault. ...
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Le dernier tunnel torrent reviews
Debbie T (fr) wrote: almost, but not quite, as bad as it looks. Sharon Gless is good as a cantankerous pensioner.
Sam O (nl) wrote: Cool story, cool visuals
jay n (ca) wrote: Powerful, heart wrenching, searing story about a shameful tragedy in world history. At times difficult to sit through but important to see.
Randy T (kr) wrote: Korea's answer to The Dirty Dozen. Intense, violent and politically stylized.
Tim H (es) wrote: Hilariously bad. The camp levels are so high that they could have marketed this one as a comedy. Hasselhoff chews as much scenery as he does cigars in this one.
Landon M (de) wrote: In my short 16 years of life, I have seen some terrible films but this takes the cake. Granted Swayze TRIED to do his best with the part given, the movie couldn't be saved. Crazy if non-existent plot, terrible pacing, and rather hateful to be marketed as a family film, Father Hood is best left forgotten.
James A (de) wrote: AMAZINGLY BEAUTIFUL FILM!!! A MUST OWN ON BLU-RAY!
Shawn W (jp) wrote: Entertaining film about a group of elderly folks in an old age home who find the fountain of youth next door in a pool with alien pods in it. Still get reminded of Quaker Oats when I see Wilford Brimley.
Reece L (us) wrote: Kurosawa's prowess has been detailed endlessly throughout the last few decades so any further reiteration of the same sort of praise would be redundant, but it bears repeating that Throne of Blood is a singularly impressive piece of work as there seems to be a slight minority who consider it to be one of his weaker efforts. This couldn't be farther from the truth; the visuals are stunning, constant fog adding a surreal quality to an already haunting landscape, ghostly characters silently slithering around corners and disappearing into dark doorways, magnificently composed battle sequences made up of hundreds of extras, and the simple adaptation of the Shakespeare play distilling the wordy source material into something more intent on cultivating a mood than utilizing wordplay. It's a massive film, simultaneously grand in scope and intimate in its focus on the central couple, a stellar piece of work and a genuinely thrilling experience for fans of this kind of thing.