Leon and TJ are best friends and repo men. After ten years, with a high school reunion looming, Leon wants out of the repo business. TJ has concocted a hair-brained scheme to steal all the cars they've repoed. When the plan fails, it falls to Leon to save TJ from his own plan.
- Stars:Sean Boncato, Kathleen Coggins, Lauren DeLong, Benjamin Gourley, Jason Mewes, Izabella Miko, Lindsey McKeon, Sunny Mabrey, Patrick Muldoon, David Quane, Zack Ward, Frankie J. Allison, Matt Mattson, Keili Lefkovitz, Rhett Willman, Bill McAdams Jr., Kristina Page, Rafael J. Noble,
- Director:Benjamin Gourley,
- Writer:Benjamin Gourley
Leon and TJ are best friends and repo men. After ten years, with a high school reunion looming, Leon wants out of the repo business. TJ has concocted a hair-brained scheme to steal all the cars they've repoed. When the plan fails, it falls to Leon to save TJ from his own plan. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Repo torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: great and interesting story
(br) wrote: screenplay was incredible. A bit extended at the end, I would have like to have seen Syamoto go crazy a bit earlier naturally speaking. Great acting by the vilian
(ca) wrote: Smoldering. Bound to get you in the mood for something.
(ag) wrote: One of the WORST movies ever made! If you are a Michael Jackson fan, do NOT watch this!
(it) wrote: I liked this movie other than Bridget Moynahan's constant ass shots...please the woman weighs 98 pounds!!She has no ass.Not a good movie to see if you are feeling fat.
(ru) wrote: Mais que um retrato do Sandro do Nascimento; um retrato da sociedade.
(mx) wrote: Maybe too much action (13) OWN VHS
(ag) wrote: Not Hartley's best film, but very filmic and in places, comedy gold, centring around the ambiguity of three flirts, and whether or not character is a more important agent of determinism than character. The best story is the first one, with all Hartley's regular actors, but the funniest moments in his film are the occasional choruses where random people respond to the flirts' rhetorical question about whether they should stay faithful to an unfaithful lover - Robert John Burke's philosophical guy on the bog reading a tabloid and smoking a fag while meditating that "love is an act, faith is a state" is probably the best, but the German existentialist workmen in Act II come pretty close.
(au) wrote: Only thing worthwhile about this love is Lee Van Cleef of course. Boring low budget western.
(br) wrote: This is really not a very good film, but hey, kids will enjoy it -- which was clearly the primary goal of the movie in the first place.
(jp) wrote: I liked this movie more than I thought I would. Al Pacino is fantastic.
(it) wrote: Knight and Day confuses me. This film feels like it should be quirky, fun and entertaining, but something is just off. It's like the humor is slightly out of sync or something. Tom Cruise is charismatic as always. Plus, there's plenty of action. Cameron Diaz is a pretty useless character, though. Frankly, I can't decide if I liked this movie or not.
(fr) wrote: this made me remember Mrs. McCann's class where i just kept shooting the staple gun at Tyson.. yes good times