Pool of London

Pool of London

Jewel thieves, murder and a manhunt swirl around a sailor (Bonar Colleano) off a cargo ship in London.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:85 minutes
  • Release:1951
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:ealing,  

When their ship docks the crew disembark as usual to pick up their lives in postwar London. For one of them his petty smuggling turns more serious when he finds himself caught up with a robbery in the City. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Pool of London torrent reviews

Karsh D (us) wrote: A modern day Bonnie and Clyde where a young couple rob a number of social clubs but make the mistake one is a Mafia run club. Enjoyed the first 30 minutes, the rest not so

Wailun L (fr) wrote: A great look at what had happened after two years of being gone from the New World, a great side story before they meet up with Trafalgar D. Water Law, and take a look at what had happened to former Navy Admiral Aokiji

David W (us) wrote: I never go far without a little Big Star!

Lisa J (br) wrote: This was bad, but I couldn't stop watching.

Melissa H (es) wrote: This was hilarious and so entertaining! I love Japanese humor, its so strange and different. The grandpa in this film was probably one of the funniest characters I've seen on screen in a long time! I enjoyed this, and I don't think I've ever seen more metaphors packed in one film either, it was pretty interesting.

Richard D (jp) wrote: The only movie in existence that starts off as a comedy, and is slowly becoming a documentary.

steven d (jp) wrote: I rated this lil low just because that isnt how the parties are nowadays...Very idealistic but I love the idealistic aspect of it. I loved it as a kandy kid teenager and still as a grown up raver of today and has a special place in my heart and always will.

Demetrios M (it) wrote: The most realistic portrayal of the recruiting world in the early 90s. Nolte's moral dilemma feels real and I bought it

Cary S (fr) wrote: Hilarious. Mike Myers playing his dad is some of the funniest moments ever.

Grace S (de) wrote: another 80s! funtimes watching this.

Adam R (de) wrote: A funny adaptation of Cyrano de Bergerac with Steve Martin. Unnecessarily crude at times, but it is entertaining. (First and only viewing - 6/29/2014)

F B (kr) wrote: Amazing. Unflinching portrait of born again fervor that is either brilliant or insane, often both simultaneously. Mimi Rogers is flawless, and the final scenes of heaven via Lucio Fulci are beyond belief.

JessicaAnn D (ru) wrote: A well directed little romantic comedy that begins to drag on with the lovers frustrating obsessions. Bacall and Peck play a newly married couple who barely know one another and thus begin to. Peck insists on hiding his past and thus encourages Bacall's wrath. Though it starts out sweetly with its multiple narrators, it soon begins to grate. Bacall's voice lilts in an annoyingly snobbish way while Peck fumbles his every move. There is some chemistry between the two, but not enough to make this a classic.

Kevin M (au) wrote: My least favorite of the recent claymation movies - Wallace & Gromit is the one to see

Martin A (mx) wrote: Technically well shot, but unfortunately suffers from television styled acting. The twist is well... ho hum! I don't really know where they were going with this, an Australian actor with an American accent in an Australian movie which wants to be an American style thriller, strange?

Harland G (nl) wrote: That's a lot of fish

Soura C (br) wrote: a very sweet movie ,which focuses on the loss of a loved one,who was a wife and mother of two child,the story is about how the father copes up to his wife's death and help his two daughters do the same.Which makes it at last a good story.John cusack's acting could use a little work though

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Aldo G (jp) wrote: I really liked this movie but was somewhat disappointed in it, too.There are three major scenes depicting the famous marches on the Edmund Pettus Bridge and each of them is historically accurate, powerful in their depiction and highly moving.There are other scenes that are not nearly so accurate, powerful or moving.Contrary to popular opinion I was not transfixed by the performance of David Oyelowo as Rev. Martin Luther King. President Lyndon Johnson's portrayal as an antagonist to MLK, I believe, is over exaggerated. The J. Edger Hoover fixation on Dr. King is underplayed. And, much more doesn't work for me.Nonetheless, Selma, as a whole, is worthy of our attention, our discussion on its merits and flaws and our our respec