No Subtitles Necessary: Laszlo & Vilmos

No Subtitles Necessary: Laszlo & Vilmos

The lifelong friendship of the great cinematographers Laszlo Kovacs and Vilmos Zsigmond and their impact on American cinema.

The lifelong friendship of the great cinematographers Laszlo Kovacs and Vilmos Zsigmond and their impact on American cinema. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


No Subtitles Necessary: Laszlo & Vilmos torrent reviews

Sci M (jp) wrote: Daniel Radcliffe should do something useful with his money and his life. Heis not Harry Potter anymore, and will always be the guy that used to be Harry Potter. There is no escaping that one. Whenever people see him in a movie they are either starstruck and don't think, or they think poor sod, he has been thrown a bone by a film director that sympathizes with him.. either way its nit good. He is not talented enough to make you forget he is he Was Harry Potter. Not big or hard enough to fool anyone, and not a good enough actor to anything other than a middle class Englishman with nothing special or any particular skill. He is only known as the kid theat was lucky enough to be chosen to be Harry Potter... if he gained 10k grew his hair and beard wore contact lenses and went down the gym perhaps we might forget... But he isn't a dedicated enough actor to go that far.

Robert T (us) wrote: WOW, awesome movie! Creepy throughout. Ending is amazing in its absurdity.

Sanal R (kr) wrote: I didn't know how they thought that this idea would work out but i guess theres nothing that we can do now. It has Ram Charan Teja and a fare share of Allu Arjun which makes this whole deal bearable. Though have to say i was pretty impressed with the twist in the interval.

Rorshach S (nl) wrote: Heather Courtney's documentary achieves what The Hurt Locker set out to do; tell a truthful tale about the effect war has on its soldiers (and their families).

Brendan H (nl) wrote: I actually thought this was a really good film besides not having a budget, there were some falls but i loved some of the characthers, i thought a good story and some fair action

Michael H (kr) wrote: MAMET is a far better writer than director but the script here feels rough and stilted. Add in a fairly terrible score and KILMER walking around doing his best emotionless SEAGAL impression and you have a confused thriller that fails to satisfy.

Hillary D (ca) wrote: This adventure across the deadly Sahara is rather captivating. Despite encountering several derailments & obstacles along the journey, the cowboy & his magnificent mustang triumph the adversity. The will to win is strong with these two.

Jonathan G (mx) wrote: 5 stars just because its silly and has a giant spider at the end and the graphics are stunning!!!!

Barndi K (us) wrote: Thrilling, suspenseful, emotionally gripping and SUPERBLY acted by the three principles. Sexual whatever has nothing to do w anything- just focus on the growing relationship for what it is and ENJOY!!!! I'm going to watch it again now.

Allan C (us) wrote: Not sure why this was never released on video. It's a quality film noir with a good cast, lead by William Holden and Nancy Olson, one of my favorite onscreen couples. Now I just need to see "Force of Arms" and I will have seen all of the films they made together.

Anthony K (br) wrote: Very well paced, tense little thriller with sensitive performances and a few memorable set pieces, Disturbia is a lot better than it has a right to be. One thing I particularly love, as a True Crime enthusiast (shut up it's not creepy) is how many cues the film's serial killer takes from infamous real world murderers. The crawl space is a clear shout to Gacy, the obsession with a certain type of pretty young woman is shades of Bundy - and you even get a few cool references to The Shining, most notably the hateful cop's ultimate fate. If I have any complaints, they lie with the film's treatment of Ashley, who is paraded around much like Megan Fox in Transformers. The camera molests her constantly, and she's generally shown doing only 'sexy' activities. But whatever; that can certainly be forgiven in the face of how much fun the movie is overall.

Mr Movie R (au) wrote: Not the best of the two films but still a good film itself.

Brad M (mx) wrote: Not bad but does not deserve a 19% I think it deserves over 40 at least

WALKING DEAD F (it) wrote: not much into this one but it OK

Matt C (ca) wrote: ..........BOO! If you find that terrifying then this film is probably for you. Personally I struggled to go along with this film after the opening 10-15secs when a girl straight faced tells the 'Demonologist' (seriously...give me strength) that they let the little girl 'Inhabit their doll'. It's just nonsense and the more you shine a light on that and treat it with po-faced seriousness the more ridiculous it all seems I'm afraid.