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
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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.