Murder, Inc.

Murder, Inc.

Chronicles the rise and fall of the organised crime syndicate known as Murder, Incorporated, focusing on powerful boss Lepke and violent hit man Reles.

Based on the true-life book of lawman Burton Turkus, this movie chronicles the rise and fall of the organized crime syndicate known as Murder, Incorporated. Focusing on powerful boss Lepke ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Zandra E (us) wrote: This film is just sloppy and very superficial. Even worse, it is rather boring. How in the hell do you make death metal boring?! Also, I think Varg had a problem with more than just McDonald's. I wish the filmmakers did not skirt around some of his other right winged beliefs.

Marcus W (gb) wrote: "Reservoir Dogs meets Memento". Not quite as good as either, but still worth a watch.

Mark A (br) wrote: A real heart-warming tale of a black man as a fish-out-of-water on an Indian reservation. Terrific cast, using the local talent. Exotically beautiful Irene Bedard played the assistant coach, Annie Shorty with real fire. Beautiful scenery and a story about personal growth, the drive for excellence, and finding one's place in the world. In the midst of staggering poverty and crippling despair, Coach Williams (James McDaniel) was able to inspire a ragtag girls basketball team to achieve greatness. Tender moments brought tears and these were liberally sprinkled with laugh out loud moments. Coach had some growing up to do and this bunch of ladies were up to the task. Heck, it made me want to be a Lady Warrior!

Tams M (ag) wrote: lepukkant, wales-i, ennl tbb kinek kell :)

Lyric B (fr) wrote: It only got two stars because I have a huge hard on for both Joshua Jackson and Devon Sawa.

Nicola D (gb) wrote: quite good movie, because Al PAcino and Cusack rly work together, but some other characters were just too ingenuous. Mayor Pacino should be a future lead for the NYC politics, but of course he has to act better than Pappas! I didnt fully understand the ending of the movie, but I guess Calhoun had his little revenge.

Curtis H (br) wrote: One of those well acted, well written and utterly forgettable dramas about crime, corruption, and the stark truth about the American dream. Jack Nicholson stars as a wine merchant who decides to undertake a risky jewel heist in order to pay for his expensive lifestyle.

Filius S (jp) wrote: Dracula Dead and Loving It is the last Mel Brooks film ever made, and is also considered the worst. But that's kind of stupid, it's no less funny than most of his other movies, and it's not that Brooks got less funny as time went on, it's that he stayed the same, while society at large moved onto higher brow comedy like pot jokes and jokes about teenagers fucking pies. If you look at this chart you'll notice this downward trend happening with every release up until this film. This movie is making the fun of Keanu Reeve's Dracula: The Movie and shares a similar plotline. If you haven't seen that film, that's okay, it's about the same in terms of quality, so you can watch either one to get a crappy retelling of the Dracula mythos. In this one, Leslie Nielsen plays the Vampire Lord, and that one dude from Alley McBeal plays a dude who eats progressively more bugs as the movie goes on. There's the standard buxom white babes thing that Mel Brooks loves, and lots of visual gags that will make you laugh pretty good if you're less than ten years old. TL;DR - 6/10This movie is okay if you like Mel Brooks movies. It's not the classic that History of the World or Spaceballs turned out to be, but it's actually not horrible either; and it's nice to see Nielsen and Brooks finally working together.

Jacky L (jp) wrote: stick with it, the unravelling doesn't begin till more than midway through. enjoyed this more than adoration. you just have to cross hurdle number one and overlook the sleazy-sounding title and dvd cover.

Corey C (it) wrote: Shakespearean. Modern day Huckleberry Finn

Steve P (de) wrote: A classic gem finally getting a Dvd release. So glad about it. What a hell of a movie. A scary, classic 70s movie much like Arthur Kennedy's Crawlspace. Thanks to Warner Premiere for releasing it on Dvd-r or I would have never found it.

Taija H (fr) wrote: Aiemmin olin antanut tlle perti nelj thte, ja muistalen kyll tyknneeni siit. Nyt nukahdin. Mutta ehk vika ei ollut leffassa vaan tyviikossa...

Johnny B (es) wrote: Had this grown man in tears. Great flick

Jordan V (it) wrote: Jokes are hit and miss, and while it creates a fun 80's vibe with it's soundtrack and visual style, it's attempts to parody the slasher genre aren't as strong as they need to be. "Scream", this is not. However, the characters here are wonderful, and Max's relationship and chemistry with her mother is excellent. It needs to be for the movie to work, and luckily it does. It's fun, surprisingly sweet, and has a very cool world to enjoy.

Colby E (us) wrote: Really beautiful production design. A captivating journey into another world.