Our Man in Marrakesh

Our Man in Marrakesh

One of six travellers who catch the bus from Casablanca airport to Marrakesh is carrying $2 million to pay a local operator to fix United Nations votes. But which one?

One of six travellers who catch the bus from Casablanca airport to Marrakesh is carrying $2 million to pay a local operator to fix United Nations votes. But which one? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Our Man in Marrakesh torrent reviews

Misha M (es) wrote: A must see movie! :) Take a chance and watch it, and you won't regret it. Seriously, there aren't that many movies out there that are so feel good.

Josh S (au) wrote: Depressing much? Redeeming qualities: beautiful picture, shot in a beautiful place.

Orlok W (kr) wrote: The Yorkshire valleys are alive with the sound of music--Sentimental, tub-thumping tosh!!

Jason D (us) wrote: Another Full Moon classic, Shrunken Heads is the story of three boys in the city who hang out and read comic books, occasionally getting hassled by the town bullies who keep doing it enough to finally persuade the boys to fight back. First they get them thrown in jail after a failed carjacking, and then the boys steal they lotto slips from a mafia hideout (ran by don boss Meg Foster in a near unrecognizable role) and then the boys are shot dead. With the help of the newsstand/comic book seller Mr. Sumatra, who also poses as a Haitian Voodoo Priest, the boys are resurrected via shrunken heads. One can shoot electricity, another has vampire teeth, and the third and token brotha of the group got a god damn switchblade. This film has a total 50's vibe kids film, but gradually gets ballsy as the minutes go by. Yes, this movie is BEYOND bizarre, which you could credit to writer Matthew Bright and director Richard Elfman (brother to Danny) who both also made the equally bizarre Forbidden Zone. The film is total B-movie material that definitely shrieks Full Moon, and there is a little treat at the beginning in the form of a fun opening credit son composed by Danny Elfman. Silly film, but fun.

Dag E (us) wrote: Festlig Sci-fi, med en del action. Humor og samtidig tar den opp dypere mellommenneskelige temaer spesielt rundt rasisme.

David O (jp) wrote: MST3K Version: The fog was so bad it was impossible to tell what was going on. This is one of the most unsalvageable MST3Ks they ever did.

Robert M (de) wrote: Take everything you like about musicals and throw it out the window and you've got Flower Drum Song.

Sean C (mx) wrote: I'm a big fan of the Hammer Horror movies and while they were most famous for reinventing classics like Dracula and Frankenstein, there a number of smaller, black & white movies of theirs that I really like. This was one of them. Even though some of the scares are pretty typical by today's standards, it still works as a atmospheric tale. The best thing in it by far is Christopher Lee doing a French accent.

Michael H (mx) wrote: A more immediately accessible film in my opinion than Ozu's other films, yet it still shines just as bright. Great use of color, engaging performances and a "small" (thus grand) story told remarkably well.

Aideen D (gb) wrote: This is my favorite movie for so many reasons. It's extremely entertaining, exceptionally well acted, and you always want to know what happens next.

Ryan S (fr) wrote: 5/5. Not only is Die Hard one of the greatest action films of all time, but it's also one of the best Christmas films.

Laura V (us) wrote: finally a creative movie!