Shadow Billionaire

Shadow Billionaire

DHL Founder and billionaire Larry Hillblom seemed to have vanished into thin air when he failed to return from a routine flight in his vintage Seabee over the Pacific. After his disappearance, a dark side of Larry emerged. Even before he was officially declared dead, bar girls throughout Southeast Asia came forward claiming to have had children by Larry and seeking a piece of his vast fortune. BILLIONAIRE unravels the secretive and scandalous life of this enigmatic and reclusive tycoon. The battle over his estate took on epic proportions, pitting impoverished, teenage prostitutes against Larry's former business associates and several of the largest law firms in the world. In the end it is a David and Goliath story, as a surprising hero emerges to untangle the web and discover the startling truth.

After Larry Hillblom, founder of DHL, disappeared following a 1995 plane crash off his Micronesian island home, dozens of would be heirs came out of the woodwork to lay claim to his mega fortune. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Shadow Billionaire torrent reviews

Ashley H (it) wrote: Extraordinary Measures is a decent film. It is about the efforts of John and Aileen Crowley to find a researcher who might have a cure for their two children's rare genetic disorder. Brendan Fraser and Harrison Ford give great performances. The screenplay is good but a little slow in some places. Tom Vaughan did an alright job directing this movie. I liked this motion picture.

Canem C (es) wrote: i would expect more from Franois Ozon, and this would be a good story if it wasn't surreal (or the effects were better) and if the characters were more real...what was given was good, but how it was given is i am not satisfied with...

Brendon S (it) wrote: If you don't know anything about the mishandling and absolute ineptitude of the first months of the invasion of Iraq, then watch this doc. It is brutal in its critique of everything that happened and showing first hand what happened. Amazing.

Mike C (de) wrote: I usually like movies where the smart guy, for whatever reason, never really makes it as far as maybe he should have. Good Will Hunting is my favorite movie, and Reign over Me is another fav of mine. This movie falls along those lines but does not come close to the aforementioned movies. Franco directed two movies before this but no idea how big they were. Credit to him for co-writing, acting, and directing this. It's pretty busy on the direction end. Perhaps in time, Franco will lose all the nonsense and just tell the story. The manic camera work and weird colors were annoying to me. Other than that, I just didn't like the brothers. Franco's guy always reminded people how smart he was. The doctor was not quite believable and I hated his voice. And I like to learn a little about people in my movies. This one is pretty shallow in that regard with little to offer.

Anthony W (au) wrote: Wow!!! It look disturbing.. I want to see it..

Sarah B (mx) wrote: Another masterpiece from Shinya Tsukamoto. Visually captivating as always, paired with one of his more streamline narratives.

Emily A (fr) wrote: Interesting adaptation with a contrasting mixture of overly formal, artificial dialogue in grimy, beaten down surroundings. Similar to Luhrmann's Romeo and Juliet but not as lame (or not as pretty but also more layered, I think). The movie was kind of all over the place but the dynamic between Keanu and River was beautiful and sad, and the inexplicit nature of the sculpture-like still shots for the sex scenes were intriguing and added to the feeling of falseness and shakespearean beauty in the bleak circumstances. Sort of. That wasn't consistent really but I think they were trying to do something similar with it (maybe?) It could have also been a fluke that just gives off an air of innovative experimentation, but I'm kind of giving it the benefit of the doubt. The fact that Keanu always delivers his lines in a way that sounds totally fake worked really well here luckily!

Jason H (ca) wrote: Whitey was a decent crime documentary, but it's excessive talking head style, and repetitive content made it a bit if a drag.