Murder at the Gallop

Murder at the Gallop

Miss Marple and Mr Stringer are witness to the death of the very old and rich Mr. Enderby by heart attack. Yet they have their doubts about what happened. The police don’t believe them thus leading Miss Marple to yet again investigate by herself. A cult film starring Margaret Rutherford.

When a wealthy old man appears to have been "frightened to death" by a cat, Miss Marple suspects one of his four relatives, all heirs to his estate, of his murder. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Murder at the Gallop torrent reviews

Joetaeb D (ca) wrote: How did this fail? What went wrong for something that wants to be B? Was it the shameless bar barowing from other? The lack of chemistry between the leads? Or the dearth of humor?

Cory G (br) wrote: Different, but liked it.

Adam E (it) wrote: why is this concept so diffcult to execute? This is the second film i have seen where zombies fight vamps and the second time ive seen it flounder and fail! Its a silly plot about zombies turning up and spoiling the vampires say with the humans caught in the middle. So you get the usual "my friends turned into a zombie" affair throughout. Most of the vamps have no fangs as they have filed them down and they cannot bite the zombies for fear of getting infected so they shot them. a lot. but not in the head that would kill them, but in the belly which should not kill them but none of the buggers ever get up after it! Luke is fun as always ubt the rest of the cast are so so. The vamps have annoying flash backs about how they were turned which pads out the story. Theres no real gore and all the zombies shot are shown in cgi, not a bullet squib in sight which takes some of the magic away. It could have been pretty fun if we just had vamps ripping up the zombies but its more like army types who have a tendancy to burn in daylight. you would be hard pressed to know they were vamps. The ending is pretty lame and sets up a sequal which ill probably give a miss. Its more irritating because we a little bigger budget, better story and effets this could have been cheesey fun. As it stands its a below average affair to say the least.

John D (fr) wrote: This film is good, i like it. Its a crime flick that brings toby kebbell to his finest and his charisma is good. Scripts are not bad but the plot just kills the whole show. This is one of those film that authenticity is there when the action scenes fall.

LisaMarie D (kr) wrote: Emmett in Chattahoochee is one of Gary Oldman's best performances to date and I really believe it should hate a higher rating. Not only is it based on a true story, but both Dennis and Gary are superb actors who shine throughout this one. I wish more people could see how wonderful it really is.

Tim D (ca) wrote: I Found This Movie halarious! The Guy Is The Biggest Bogan In It !!

Venkat S (nl) wrote: 5 starts for Sunday Bloody Sunday and Pride alone.... It's not like rest of the songs are not great... they are awesome too!

Timothy S (es) wrote: "Lust in the Dust" can best be described as the worst John Waters movie that Waters never made. It stars Divine, and features a lot of distasteful sex humor that isn't nearly as effective as Waters was in his prime. There's not a single laugh (or even smile) in the desperate, incredibly unappealing film. I can see how Divine became a pop culture icon for the gay community, and while I consider myself to be pretty free-thinking, I've always found him to be unsettling. Even in the more family friendly "Hairspray", he's creepy and unlikable. And that was a good movie. I've appreciated Paul Bartel's sense of humor as a director before in films like "Death Race 2000", but here its a lot cause. I don't know how anyone during the filing process could have seen this becoming a successful project. It's a mess from beginning to end as it meanders from low point to low point. In fact, this film reaches a new low point in a lot of people's careers, but I kept coming back to the film's focal pint Divine. Watching his annoying, disgusting performance here is simply painful. Tab Hunter sleepwalks through his role, Lainie Kazan almost matches the star in the competition for the most unappealing female here and Henry Silva is thoroughly wasted in his ridiculous part. And despite the similarities, Waters would never write a film that is this forgettable. And the humor here is just gross and juvenile, not the giddy, go-for-broke stye Waters exemplifies. "Lust in the Dust" is a glorified wannabe that does pretty much everything wrong. It's a casting nightmare, every single joke falls flat and the film runs at a snail's pace. For comedy westerns like this dud, Mel Brooks set the bar impossibly high a decade ago.

solidity q (ca) wrote: Shot in cinemascope. Beautiful.

doris c (it) wrote: hilarious......if you want a laugh...a must see....brill..

Josh S (ag) wrote: Too many subplots really. Starts from a small town girl with a big dream, ends up working in a bar. Then bonds a sisterhood with the other girls. And finds a love in a night club. With a jealous father. It's as cliche as it could be. Then it turns out to be a dream comes true movie with a very happy ending. Oh and the conflict is about breaking up and getting fired.While is energetic. Mostly from the acting. But not so much from the writing. And there are moments. But those moments don't save the whole film. Sadly this is quite a waste of cast.

Kamal H (ru) wrote: Neither in the spirit of the video games nor entertaining in its own right.

Calvin B (de) wrote: The best gang movie ever!!!!!