Ri¢hie Ri¢h

Ri¢hie Ri¢h

A rich young boy finds his family targeted in an inside job and must use his cunning to save them.

The richest kid in the world, Richie Rich, has everything he wants, except companionship. While representing his father at a factory opening, he sees some kids playing baseball across the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Luke B (mx) wrote: Made for TV obvious cash-in on Wahlberg's Shooter. Surprisingly this is just as good, if not better. It keeps things simple and punchy, with obvious cliches and a lean running time. It all has a very 80's/90's feel and the performances are good enough to create believability. Only Remar's narration is a flat distraction. The action scenes aren't exactly super mega exciting, but they serve their purpose of advancing the plot. An acceptable waste of time.

Brenda B (ru) wrote: Perhaps the worst movie I have ever seen. Unbelievably corny, predictable and sappy. I can't believe that Vanessa Redgrave could have participated in such schlock.

Kimberly C (au) wrote: Perfect in its rare style.

Graeme H (br) wrote: If Pretty Woman wasn't where it was at for you, this will be further off the wall. A pained, curdling reunion with a mind-numbingly silly concept.

Robert I (ca) wrote: A hilarious outstanding movie. Fun for the whole family!!!

Adam R (au) wrote: A fun family movie that has aged well. (First viewing - Childhood)

Adam G (br) wrote: Unique and fascinating! The film manages to delve into the life of its subject (Mishima) through focusing, quite equally, on his past, his work, and his last moments alive. Unlike any movie I've seen! Highly recommended!

Katelyn H (au) wrote: I've Already seen Rio Bravo, but I haven't seen this movie before. I know that I have this on DVD, because my dad is a big John Wayne fan all his life.

Chao W (br) wrote: Who would have thought a Soviet propaganda movie can be so beautiful!

Spencer P (it) wrote: Hilarious, lovingly timeless, and fast-paced enough to elevate it's camp; Frank Capra spins a paranoid comedy straight from the stage in fully confident form with some freakishly memorable performances to go with it.

Frank D (kr) wrote: More Kate Beckinsale, more okay plot lines.

Josh M (mx) wrote: I quite enjoyed this film. Imagine Minority Report, Luther, Blade runner-esque film and you've pretty much nailed Naropolis' genre. First and foremost, this is a film made on a budget. The special effects aren't exactly ground breaking, but they're by no means terrible. The storyline on the otherhand is (IMO) excellent. You quite often see the main characters and their affiliates dancing around the point, narrowly missing their chance to essentially conclude a film (they can be dragged out over the space of 2 hours when the problem could've been solved in half the time). This is not the case in Narcopolis. This film is a drug orientated jigsaw that keeps you guessing right until Trefgarne wants you to see the fourth and final corner piece of the plot.As a director he manages to muscle in some really hot social topics around us today including big business, drug classification and corruption. As an actor, he manages to claw through the grit of a saturated urban scene pestered by his own demons and the responsibility of his family.If you want lots of screen blur, 4k resolution video and a completely unbelievable story go ahead and watch/re-watch Gravity. If you would rather a realistic, entirely human and atmospheric film suitable for watching on a MON-THURS evening I would highly recommend Narcopolis.