Tony Curtis stars as the feared leader of "Murder Incorporated" in this underworld drama based on the life of Louis "Lepke" Buchalter. Lepke began his criminal career as a petty thief in his teens; a stretch in prison taught him the finer points of life on the wrong side of the law. After getting out of jail, Lepke and his pal Gurrah Shapiro (Warren Berlinger) join a gang who hire themselves out as strikebreakers, and the vicious but clever Lepke soon rises through the ranks.

Tony Curtis stars as Lepke, head of Murder Inc., the syndicate that spattered the headlines of the day with blood. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Lepke torrent reviews

Deena D (de) wrote: Tom <3 Cameron...Cute!

Ankur S (jp) wrote: A very touching story of an immigrant woman ...

Mark S (gb) wrote: Started off a lil slow but ending beautifully!! Great Romance Flick

Michael T (au) wrote: Confusing and lurid.

Mir K (jp) wrote: This movie is fun. If you don't think it's fun, you're probably not fun.

Burcu S (nl) wrote: basroldeki kizil sacli kizin diyaloglarini ve oyunculugunu beyendim ben o kadar kt bi film gibi de gelmediydi. ama altyazisiz fln izledim onun etkisi vardir her ayrintiyi da anlayarak dinlemedm.

Adam R (jp) wrote: An interesting cast, but an uninteresting movie. It lacks movie magic. (First and only viewing - 8/6/2016)

Eber N (br) wrote: Another painful adaptation of Mark Steven Johnson after the silly "Daredevil" that can not do superhero movies as much as you like comics, next to fucking Joel Schumacher that guy is a disgrace to the world of comics no one should re-employ him or on TV is to kill him, what she has done with Ghost Rider is pathetic with the toady of Nicolas Cage who does nothing but overact and crap script, if even Christopher Nolan knew him best suspense, action, excitement, impact and surprise to modern Batman movies, Johnson with this pain in the ass, really do not know how a sequel has come forward again with Cage that I will not see it, it has been ripped off Let my money back entrance !.

Kaleb R (mx) wrote: Forgettable, but fun while it lasts. Paul Rudd and Sean William Scott bring enough charisma to make Role Models work. I also love Rudd's cynicism.