Our Man in Havana

Our Man in Havana

Is a light hearted and satirical tale of political espionage and intrigue in pre-Castro Cuba.

Jim Wormold is an expatriate Englishman living in pre-revolutionary Havana with his teenage daughter Milly. He owns a vacuum cleaner shop but isn't very successful so he accepts an offer ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Our Man in Havana torrent reviews

Jay B (mx) wrote: Texas Killing Fields doesn't blend the best for me. I love segments of it, but some of the melodrama is just a bit corny. The actors do a lot to make up for it however.. some of the best in the biz.

Zhuo D (it) wrote: If the ending was as good and church bit less ridicules then perfect.

John W (it) wrote: WHOA! Had NO idea just how brutal Lyme Disease is! SCARY STUFF! Scarier still is how politicized treatment has become, as insurance companies try to evade treating their customers. A real must-watch. My heart goes out to anyone with this disease. NOTE TO SELF: Check legs more often while hiking!!!!

cam s (jp) wrote: A film that is possibly rewarding with additional viewings. Perhaps I'm tired of self-reflexive films (films about film-making etc). If engaging, then only to the intellect, not the emotions, nor the senses: difficult to get past the pallor of the two main characters. Possibly in love with its own cleverness. Can only decide, if I see it a few more times.

Ricardo A (jp) wrote: John Cusack carries this atmospheric and claustrophobic thriller that plays with your mind.

Kevin R (jp) wrote: When do we screw? Another crop of kids attend summer camp one year after 19 gruesome murders occurred on the same lake. There is an interesting blend of kids that include some from the city and some from the country. For the most part, the kids want to drink, do drugs, and have sex. Well, one kid from the city is a bit off, doesn't want to participate in the standard teenage activities, and doesn't take too kindly to kids being kids... "It looks like we're going to be partners." "No fucking way." Michael Simpson, director of Sleepaway Camp II, Funland, Fast Food, and Relatively Speaking, delivers Sleepaway Camp III: Teenage Wasteland. The storyline for this picture is fairly straight forward and in-line with other slasher films from the 80s (A Nightmare on Elm Street, Halloween, and Friday the 13th). The action scenes were solid and unique while the acting was on par for the genre. The cast includes Pamela Springsteen (Bruce Springsteen's sister), Tracy Griffith (Melanie Griffith's sister), Michael Pollard (Scrooged), and Kim Wall (The Mist). "Every time I go to camp someone loses their head." Sleepaway Camp II & III are both worth viewing for horror genre fans for a few reasons: they have solid kill sequences, they have stunning hard bodies, and they contain a solid blend of famous siblings. The storyline is nothing special and fairly limited (hence the low score), but this is still worth a viewing if you are a fan of the genre. "Have a nice life." "What's left of it." Grade: D

Emily K (ca) wrote: possibly the FUNNIEST movie ever! even compared to the python ones. i love this movie. i've seen it multiple times and haven't stopped laughing! "Kill Escargot!"

Mark L (mx) wrote: From start to finish the film provides plenty of laughable moments but, not intentionally.I sit here thinking "why didn't I stop watching it when the possessed teddy bear came back from the dead?" Please don't waste your time watching this dross...I beg you!

Supes S (us) wrote: This is 1 of those movies that is really 50/50. It had its moments but overall it's just a simple action film. Though, I really enjoyed it for the most part.

Johnny M (jp) wrote: Sorry, some people enjoy bad horror but im not one of those people. Bad plot, bad acting, bad script, and whats more not one scare from start to finish.