Night Train To Lisbon

Night Train To Lisbon

Raimund Gregorius, having saved a beautiful Portuguese woman from leaping to her death, stumbles upon a mesmerizing book by a Portuguese author, which compels him to suddenly abandon the boring life he has led for years and to embark on an enthralling adventure. In search of the author, Gregorius acts as detective, pulling together pieces of a puzzle that involves political and emotional intrigue and the highest possible stakes. His voyage is one that transcends time and space, delving into the realms of history, medicine and love, all in search of true meaning to his life.

Raimund Gregorius, a Swiss Professor, abandons his lectures and buttoned-down life to embark on a thrilling adventure that will take him on a journey to the very heart of himself. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Night Train To Lisbon torrent reviews

JakeJakers E (fr) wrote: The first Fred movie ws utter crap - by definition. Lame plot - lame jokes - lame camoes - lame acting - lame special affects - lame script. so that movie was...... with for it - LAME. that said, this movie, while better, still is kinda lame. honestly, the ending is very enjoyable, and the plot does have some good points. that said, as a movie, it's very bad. Miechal Bay's movies have more entertainment than this failede flick. compared to the first one, it's watchable. compared to what the standards of a good film is, it still is garbage.

Jonathan S (ca) wrote: I wasn't feeling this film initially, but it definitely grew on me. Mockumentary style filming (think, the Office) made for some memorable comedic moments and the plot and character development wasn't too bad.

Aaron G (ag) wrote: One of the most unique movies ever made.

Jess L (jp) wrote: The one movie he where really freaked me out!!

Marta R (nl) wrote: Sad film... good acting... touching on topic of mental illness, it seems, but doesn't really broadcast it...

Paul P (kr) wrote: If you're down for an emotional car crash pop in Damage! The acting by Irons and Binoche is mind blowing! The best part about Damage is they don't spell it out for you. So many scenes just oozing with tension and nobody has said a single word!

Private U (ca) wrote: Good, but the sequels were actually better.

Paul Z (au) wrote: Ridley Scott set out with this humble cop drama to prove his ability to tell a good story outside a sci-fi universe and without the aid of special effects. Any detractors seeking that proof must've been categorically disabused of their doubts, as this is among the most distinctively and charmingly acted, earnestly character-driven thrillers of the '80s and early '90s cycle. Ridley's rich visual textures and emphasis on the divide between the socioeconomic worlds of the characters create a full-flavored atmosphere.

Mary F (gb) wrote: When this came out I adored it and everyone mocked me!

Nic T (mx) wrote: didn't mean to see it but it's okay

John H (nl) wrote: The film doesn't even deserve its Batman-inherited title. (no stars)

Daniel C (ca) wrote: I remember hating it when I saw it (I felt mislead concerning the genre), but as I reflect on it, I appreciate its wit more and more.