Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels

Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels

A card sharp and his unwillingly-enlisted friends need to make a lot of cash quick after losing a sketchy poker match. To do this they decide to pull a heist on a small-time gang who happen to be operating out of the flat next door.

The movie follows a self-confident young card sharp who loses £500,000 to a powerful crime lord in a rigged game of three card brag. To pay off his debts, he and his friends set out to steal from a marijuana business, but the inevitable gunplay doesn't make for an easy heist. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels torrent reviews

De D (es) wrote: Drole , juste drole dans la ligne des autres films de dany boon

Pablo C (gb) wrote: Maravillosa realizacin

Shaun S (gb) wrote: Kept my attention. I love a good twist, except I usually figure out the twists before they come and with this one I saw it a mile away, but loved it anyway. Good story and I love that Bollywood is doing good movies.

Eric H (gb) wrote: Smooth delightfully clever dialog, good scene set up, fresh comedy

Meg W (ag) wrote: Just watched this, a little dated, and everyone will make fun of me for doing so, but I love Mary Kate and Ashley movies, because they are not only simple, they are goofy!

Matthew D (ag) wrote: A great film with great humour and a fabulous cast. (Pun intended) The comedy is great and the chemistry between the cast just hits the right notes. Perry may always be Chandler in everyone's eyes but he played the role well and it's definitely something I'm proud to put on my DvD shelf.

Hugo S (mx) wrote: Funny and amusing. Interesting use of steadycam to create long takes.

Joseph B (fr) wrote: Fred Dekker directs the final installment of the "RoboCop" series with "RoboCop 3" released in 1993. This film greatly reduced the amount of gore in an attempt to garner a "PG-13" rating when Orion Pictures realized kids like RoboCop. How many kids are really going to understand what's going on in this picture, which is bad but an improvement over the second installment. Peter Weller doesn't return as the title character, instead Robert John Burke is the cyborg cop here to protect the innocent and uphold the law. There really isn't much of a difference between Burke and Weller in terms of performance since there is very little emotion the character ever portrays.

Guilherme N (ca) wrote: Simply not interested

Bob W (kr) wrote: I used to regard this as B movie territory with a children's plot, overacting galore and some historically poorly played basketball, but it stands up now as one of the most enjoyably silly examples of farcical 80's cheese, and has a quite a hairy audacious legacy in sequel, cartoons, and TV shows. Wolf fever survives!

Roland V (jp) wrote: John Wayne's most underrated film. He panics, cries, and is rescued by Andy Devine, among others. A loving look at the DC3, perhaps the greatest plane of all time.

Flutie A (fr) wrote: I'll probably wait for DVD on this one....plus, it's nearly 3 hours!

Killian S (it) wrote: Natalie Portman was brillant in this mov- Wait a second...........

Official C (kr) wrote: A very heartfelt and profound movie that is bolstered by strong performances from Williams and Damon, as well as a terrific script written by Damon and Affleck.

Melinda H (nl) wrote: My all-time favorite movie. Stellar everything: screenplay, acting, direction and cinematography. Will have you smiling guaranteed.

William R (es) wrote: Freaky Friday the MALE version ! Bateman and Reynolds make this work

Dusty L (au) wrote: 80% on my Tomatometer.