One, Two, Three

One, Two, Three

A Coca-Cola executive in West Berlin tries to keep the boss's daughter from marrying a Communist.

Comedy about Coca-Cola's man in West Berlin, who may be fired if he can't keep his American boss's daughter from marrying a Communist. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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One, Two, Three torrent reviews

Sam S (it) wrote: a film that looks like it was made for very little money but has more impact than a dozen big budget, big star, hollywood products. intimate, moving, realistic, and acted with bravo by completly unknown actors

Lise L (es) wrote: I love this one! Funny, cynical, mad, beautiful. Nicolas Cage at his very, very best. The opening title sequence is epic.

Eamonn D (ca) wrote: Rap ain't my scene, nevertheless a brooding M&M, a decaying Detroit & a WTT Kim Basinger were very good.

Garrett R (jp) wrote: Very amazing movie with great christian undertones!

DISATE (ca) wrote: an improvement to the series , mario van peebles and christopher lambert play well off each other .

Ignacio A (ag) wrote: With repression as the main focus of this film, Gutierrez shows us how even in the most conservative contexts, a true friendship can emerge and go beyond politics, arts or sexual orientation.

Sean W (kr) wrote: yeh this isnt good compared to the other two

Matthew J (jp) wrote: A very strange film. I did not enjoy it very much, but I think it is definitely worth a watch.

Alexander C (fr) wrote: No thanks...

Finn M (nl) wrote: That was not a good movie.. NO

Oliver N (gb) wrote: A step up from the sub-par second entry into the series, Night At The Museum: Secret Of The Tomb gives a pleasant final farewell to both Robin Williams and Mickey Rooney, as well as combining humour from the original and its own touch to make this the strongest in the series. Still lacking in originality and remains equally predictable, but - with a hilarious cameo from Rebel Wilson - do we really care?Verdict: B