Mr. Nice

Mr. Nice

Biopic about 1970s Welsh marijuana trafficker Howard Marks, whose inventive smuggling schemes made him a huge success in the drug trade, as well as leading to dealings with both the IRA and British Intelligence. Based on Marks' biography with the same title.

Oxford University student Howard Marks (Rhys Ifans) runs one of the biggest global cannabis smuggling operations from the late 1960s to the early 1980s with alleged connections to MI6, the IRA and the Mafia. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Mr. Nice torrent reviews

Alex K (mx) wrote: My Favorite Film Is 1941's Citizen Kane.

Martha H (ag) wrote: Don't miss this one if you are a lawyer or might want to be one someday.

Giovanni M (jp) wrote: Oh my god, this movie is so boring. Problems? It's long, poorly-acted, poorly-directed, glacially paced, and completely unfocused.

Dennis G (it) wrote: Moving. Amazing. Lizzy Caplan.thats the only description you really need to be convinced to watch this movie.

Chris P (kr) wrote: Decent! It's a baseball movie so I like it. The acting was awful!!!

F0xy H (nl) wrote: Maybe not my favorite Jessica Alba movie. Reminded me of a weak version of Captivity. Yet, just to see a young Jessica Alba was very interesting.

Andy G (ca) wrote: Watching this whole new-age betrayal scheme is like watching an episode of The OC. I don't like the OC.

Se C (nl) wrote: Very brave film from a new filmmaker.

Spencer S (jp) wrote: Usually I don't give films such a low rating, but this was undoubtedly one of the worst films I have ever seen. Ellen held on for dear life, but between Bill Pullman's over the top performance and the terrible script, it was headed for disaster right off.

Lee B (ca) wrote: It was visualy stunning...but the story has been done much better..i actually was a tad underwhelmed because of the hype for it.. but it wasnt bad... i love sci fi .. so for me it was good...not great .. but good

Ted W (ca) wrote: contrived and just a bit silly, still for a one-set movie this doesn't do too badly. Wood and Cusack are suitably intense. I wish the writer and director had actually been to some classical concerts as it is completely out of character for one of those, and the interior of O'Hare looks oddly foreign.