The Biggest Bundle of Them All

The Biggest Bundle of Them All

A kidnapped mobster (Vittorio De Sica) persuades his captors to help him rob platinum ingots from a train.

Robinson, Welch and some incompetent european gangsters kidnap an American gangster who they think has a lot of money. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Biggest Bundle of Them All torrent reviews

Kevin F (br) wrote: Gimme a break! This movie sucked!

Greg W (nl) wrote: gr8 cast maes this western go

Tore S (it) wrote: For lang og langsom. Tar veldig land tid foer ting begynner aa skje. Interessant, men man mister litt interessen underveis.

Tim G (jp) wrote: This was a pretty good movie. At least there wasn't any voiceover work dubbed in for Seagal... he also did his own fight scenes.

CarlStephane L (ag) wrote: its a good one lolllllllllllllllllllllllllllll

Gabriella B (br) wrote: I really liked this movie, but there were some bad movie moments that occurred that made me have to deduct some stars. Overall a good concept and a fun movie.

Riley H (kr) wrote: Though perhaps the apartment scene goes on a bit too long, this is pretty well done. At times I found it a little...oh, I don't know...obtuse? Maybe. Anyway, the first shot is so awesome that it pretty much makes me forgive little problems later on.

Jayakrishnan R (mx) wrote: 64%Saw this on 30/6/16The cast is it's biggest strength, especially Robert Duvall and the film definitely has its moments, but its nowhere in comparison to the earler films of Haley Joel Osment such as Sixth Sense, Pay it forward or A.I. Artificial Intelligence. The film simply lacks in plot, but its well intentioned, making it unjust to criticize it for the lack of plot.

Nic J (nl) wrote: Not good. It's nothing like the first Mulan. I will avoid and suggest you do the same

Felecia F (it) wrote: One of the most beautifully articulated films of all times.

Kellie M (es) wrote: My mum got this for me and our of the best films I have ever seen. Currently getting it transfered to DVD I love it so much

Alexander C (br) wrote: Classic peter sellars strikes again!

Wayne H (fr) wrote: I hadn't heard of this movie before it came on Turner Classic Movies the other day. Rock Hudson playing a straight guy. Sidney Poitier playing a Mau Mau fighter. I have to admit that the story was engaging on a number of levels. I enjoyed seeing great actors doing what they do! I'm not sure that I would recommend the movie unless you are a fan of Hudson or Poitier ... or if you want to see a story about the origin of the Mau Mau.

Brett H (mx) wrote: Sixteen years after the franchise completely petered out (and twenty one since he fought in a ring) Sylvester Stallone came back with one last film to properly close out the series, and leave us with a far more satisfying resolution for the character. The film opens with Adrian having passed away and Rocky now spending most of his time visiting her grave with Paulie, running a restaurant he opened in her name, and visiting his old stomping grounds; still living in the past. After a computer-generated fight pits Balboa against the current heavyweight champ, Mason Dixon, and Rocky comes out on top, he gets inspired to return to the ring, accepting a charity bout against Dixon and immediately proceeds to get back into fighting shape. First of all, Stallone is fantastic as always; writing, directing, and portraying the iconic character with ease, but also recognizes his age and pokes fun at it throughout because he knows the audience is thinking the same thing. Many people wrote this movie off simply because they couldn't believe that sixty year-old, Stallone could still deliver, but once you see that training montage, you'll never doubt him again. The film primarily focuses on Rocky getting prepared for the fight, but a key subplot involves his son, now played by Milo Ventimiglia, who is constantly living in the shadow of his much-respected father and it adds some great depth to the film. Rocky's opponent, Mason Dixon is in my opinion, one of the weaker "villains" of the series as he's far more low-key and has almost no personality, which is more believable, but I can't deny that I missed the over-the-top antagonists from the other films. One positive to Dixon being played by a real heavyweight champion is that during the climactic fight, Stallone wanted it to be as real as possible and thus; both men are really hitting each other and for that reason, it's one of the best fights in the entire series. Without spoiling the ending, it definitively wraps up the Rocky story-line in a satisfying way and leaves you with a smile on your face knowing you've seen one of the best comeback movies of all time and the character has been given a proper conclusion.

Heather M (ca) wrote: A strong cast keeps you hooked on this completely predictable story. There is a lot of evil and creepy imagery, but the reliability of these "witnesses" is questionable from the beginning.