Art dealer, Charles Mortdecai, searches for a stolen painting rumored to contain a secret code that gains access to hidden Nazi gold.

Duping some angry Russians, the British Mi5, and an international terrorist, extroverted art dealer and part time swindler Charlie Mortdecai is forced to plunge himself into a race to regain a stolen painting rumored to hold the code to a lost bank account full of Nazi gold by his only tools: good looks and special charm. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Mortdecai torrent reviews

Jonathan T (it) wrote: Ranger operator series yellow or tinker bell is amazing in this

Aiman C (gb) wrote: featuring "?'~"

Emmanuel B (jp) wrote: Interesting directorial approach, excellent young actors.

Scooter M (nl) wrote: this movie took place in my home town...i still can't believe this happened in my hood....

Janice (nl) wrote: Maelstrm is the brilliantly told story of a young woman dealing with the chaos that ensues from the hit-and-run she committs. I especially enjoyed how it was sometimes shot at different angles with the camera shakiness on top of that to give it a touch of confusion. Like the snowball effect, each event of the film brings about another and so on. It seems everything has a meaning and everything is linked to something else, somehow. I also liked the idea of a fish on the brink of death (about to be slaughtered actually) telling the story. It was quirky yet added a tinge of originality. Marie-Jose Croze was, as always, superb. As for Jean-Nicolas Verreault, I thought he was overshadowed by Croze and should've had more screen time. He's an okay actor anyhow! I suggest you rent this when you feel like watching drama, art house, foreign, international, what have you. Otherwise you might not appreciate this as much as you should.

Nate W (br) wrote: jesse ventura in some ridiculous sci-fi action movie. nowhere near as awesome as it should have been

Courtney S (kr) wrote: Farrah Fawcett did a Great Job in this movie.

David G (gb) wrote: Big ideas, short on substance and plot.

Richard G (fr) wrote: There has been a slough of "Viking" movies over the past several years -- the majority of them by directors with absolutely no "Viking" heritage -- and most of them have been completely god-awful. Finally we have a respectable entry to the genre here by Swiss director Claudio Fh.

Nick C (ca) wrote: You thought Lost River was one of the weirdest and disturbing films, in a bad way, of the year? Manglehorn is actually more strange and disturbing than Lost River was.