Lucky Number Slevin

Lucky Number Slevin

Slevin is mistakenly put in the middle of a personal war between the city’s biggest criminal bosses. Under constant watch, Slevin must try not to get killed by an infamous assassin and come up with an idea of how to get out of his current dilemma. A film with many twists and turns.

Innocent Slevi visiting a friend in New York City becomes embroiled in a dangerous series of events after being mistaken for the very man he has come to the city to see. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Lucky Number Slevin torrent reviews

Jason P (kr) wrote: If you enjoyed 3 idiots you'll enjoy this.

Mimi S (es) wrote: 10 Years is a really decent and sweet film; it's a bit like the Love Actually of high school reunions. Whilst this is no Romy and Michelle; 10 Years as you'd have already guessed is a film about a high school reunion and the old friends that come together. Jake (Channing Tatum; always so yummy :P) is happy with his girlfriend Jess (Jenna Dewan-Tatum), but seeing his ex high school girlfriend Mary (Rosario Dawson) brings up old feelings. Classmates Elise (Kate Mara) and Reeves (Oscar Isaac) reconnect and discover that they have new feelings for one another. Cully (Christ Pratt) still acts like a frat boy to the annoyance of his wife Sam (Ari Graynor). Old friends Marty (Justin Long), AJ (Max Minghella) and Anna (Lynn Collins) reconnect again. I thought that 10 Years was sweet, charming, funny and moving. The film speaks a lot about friendship and how life isn't always perfect. I liked how it wasn't a cliche high school reunion focusing on old cliques, enemies and trying to out-do one another. This film is a bit underrated; I'm surprised that it's so popular. I never even knew that it came out until I saw the DVD in Tesco the other day. I thought it seemed like a fun and interesting film and it was. There was some good chemistry between the characters especially Elise and Reeves. Sure it has some clich moments, but it doesn't overdo it in the cheese department. Some parts are funny and moving such as Cully's out of hand drinking which at first is funny, but then he ends up making a fool out of himself and annoying people around him. It was moving to see Jake and Mary reunite and saying goodbye to an old love. This is a really nice film. It may not be the best film I've seen or a favourite; it still would have been good to see flashbacks and scenes of the guys in high school like in Romy and Michelle's High School Reunion, but otherwise this film is pretty good. It's really underrated. I'd give this film 75%. Grade: A-/B+

Ronnie S (de) wrote: Zzzzzzzz ... En film der kedede mig fra start til slut ... Ligegyldig, forvirrende og alt i alt noget LORT! lol

Nathan S (us) wrote: worst movie of all time


Brandon S (it) wrote: Munchies can't make up it's mind on whether it wants to be a childish rip-off of Gremlins and Critters like its unfaithful comedic sequel, or if it would rather be a kiddish horror sci-fi fantasy adventure that follows in the footsteps of Laserblast.

Andrew H (au) wrote: One of my favourite films of all time.

Jason J (jp) wrote: Panned by most people, this British fantasy movie is corny, cheesy and gimmicky. Coupled with bad acting including a hammy performance by Jack Palance as the villain and some awful dialogue - is it any wonder that hardly anybody likes it! The script is hilarious and it's a shame to see such British greats such as Roy Kinnear and Bernard Bresslaw is such a shitty movie. It's so bad you'll be laughing most of the time even though the story is supposed to be serious. One of the worst fantasy movies ever.

anne d (nl) wrote: I watched this anytime it was on TV when I was a teen ager

Sarah F (nl) wrote: i would like to see this

Jayakrishnan R (ru) wrote: 85%Saw this on 21/6/16Woody Allen's craft is top-notch and his exploration of pathtic and condemnable lives is a true reflection of humanity that is deeply disturbing despite the film being covered in a comedy. Cate Blanchett does not act here, she lives the character. Allen is the director who is most often branded to genres while my experience with the director's films have made me realize that no genre has yet been made to contain his films. The film however holds some cliched plot points in its final act which might make people look away from the big picture.

Ps J (de) wrote: finally got a chance to watch this so called "greatest movie of all time"

Sergio Z (mx) wrote: It was an ok movie from Sandler & Happy Madison. I expected it to have lots of problems. It's was only somewhat funny, but loved the video game scenes. Way better than Sandler's last film (The Cobbler) though.