Terry is a small-time car dealer trying to leave his shady past behind and start a family. Martine is a beautiful model from Terry's old neighbourhood who knows that Terry is no angel. When Martine proposes a foolproof plan to rob a bank, Terry recognises the danger but realises this may be the opportunity of a lifetime. As the resourceful band of thieves burrows its way into a safe-deposit vault at a Lloyds Bank, they quickly realise that, besides millions in riches, the boxes also contain secrets that implicate everyone from London's most notorious underworld gangsters to powerful government figures, and even the Royal Family. Although the heist makes headlines throughout Britain for several days, a government gag order eventually brings all reporting of the case to an immediate halt.
Self-reformed petty criminal Terry Leather tries to lead a normal London life with his wife and kids. But his life is thrusted into into a deadly web of corruption and illicit scandal when his ex-girlfriend turns up with an offer to pull off a lucrative bank heist. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Forrest E (ru) wrote: dude let's make a flamethrower lol
ScubaSteve Walter M (fr) wrote: Such a wonderful tale that takes us inside the mysterious world of Geishas. It carved an unlikely love story with a lovable twist in the ending.
Richard S (nl) wrote: Very well acted and moving film about the Morcambe Bay tragedy in 2004. Highlights just how badly illegal immigrants are treated not only by the human traffickers but our own country as well. Justice never seems to find those responsible for the trafficking. Some of the roles are played by those that survived the tragedy which makes the film even harder to watch but well worth it. Nick Broomfield is a brave man
Creepis C (gb) wrote: So...the pretty actress is "the tough guy", Druggie, Plug Head is the "big bad", and the Pleasure Android is the actual "Circuitry Man" of the title? This was the beginning of MISLEADING TRAILERS for me. Lame even by made-for-television standards. Wasteland movies that feature too many wasted land shots = BORING. THANK GOD for stuff like TERMINATOR: Salvation!
Roy C (es) wrote: Drop by The Jolly Boar for a pint.
Allan C (fr) wrote: Enjoyably goofy low budget sci-fi comedy about a race of small furry alien creatures who escape their interplanetary imprisonment and crash land on earth. The toothsome furry critters proceed to wreak havoc on a small rural town who's inhabitants find themselves fending for their lives. The townsfolk are caught in the crossfire between some space bounty hunters and the swarming critters. This film was one of many around this time trying to cash in on the popularity of "Gremlins" and I would say this is probably the best. This film has no pretensions about itself, has some decent special effects and features a decent cast that includes Dee Wallace, M. Emmet Walsh, and Billy Zane. You even get a solid score from David Newman in what was his first filmscore. Certainly not a classic film, but still a pretty entertaining one.
Peter M (jp) wrote: As a historical record this is much more interesting than ZULU which is a simple tale of brave men coming through great adversity. Dawn is much more complex, the British army is split in two and the battalion at isandlwhana is wiped out along with 1,000 men of its allied Natal Native Infantry, a few of whom are seen, though hardly mentioned. As far as I can see the depiction of the widely separated British companies being overrun and destroyed is accurate as is the depiction of the pursuit to the drift or crossing, in which hundreds more were overtaken and killed. The poisonous atmosphere between the various commanders is well portrayed as are the individuals concerned. It is in fact an exciting and factual film. It doesn't have the immediate zap of Zulu but our lot lost, equating it to the many films based on Custer's defeat at LBH. John North Crealock was an artist who produced many realistic drawings of the campaign. The naff bit is the Zulu captives killing their guard to escape, this may have happened but the way it is shown it is just crass.
Jody E (fr) wrote: I love Herbie movies, this one was great!
Noah J (fr) wrote: At least Jodorowsky would have put in a good soundtrack.
Richard P (de) wrote: Ethel Barrymore owns this movie. Good stuff.
Andrew O (fr) wrote: Die Hard reminds us that when an action film relies heavily on its brain and heart, as well as a healthy dose of gorgeous visuals, it can be a masterpiece just as easily as any other genre.