The Brussels Business

The Brussels Business

The Brussels Business is a docu-thriller that dives into the grey zone underneath European democracy. An expedition into the world of the 15,000 lobbyists in the EU-capital, of the PR-conglomerates, think tanks and their all embracing networks of power and their close ties to the political elites.

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The Brussels Business torrent reviews

John R (de) wrote: 131123: I received many laughs from this film. I also got a feeling, on a couple of occasions, that this film was just a waste of my time. Generally speaking, it was mostly laughs so that's a good thing. I must say, the beauty pageant scenario was a classic. Simple, stupid, slapstick, fart humour comedy. Grossly humorous at times.

Kong M (mx) wrote: If your diabetic, have high blood pressure, or just looking for a healthy alternative, this is a must see documentary.

Sayer F (it) wrote: You have a brilliant movie when a vacuum falls in love with a window with a very, very, scary face.

Janette R (nl) wrote: A slow, boring and pointless movie.

Tracey Y (gb) wrote: Slow, poor character development, lack luster storyline. I couldn't even sit through the entire movie. I would get more laughs from a LOL cats picture than this movie.

Jeremy W (ca) wrote: Seriously? Metacritic fails me once again. Meh.

Mark H (nl) wrote: An enjoyable, if violent, drama set in the 80's and centred around a boxing club and nightclub and the people who frequent them. The central message of the film seems to be, beat down or be beaten down. The story follows underdog, Danny, mentally beaten down by life, and then beaten physically by a bunch of thugs in a random act of violence. In an attempt to recover his self esteem Danny joins a boxing club and the film follows his story and that of those people around him who, as Danny's life seems to improve, theirs spiral violently out of control. Some good performances, and some great music. The narration jarred at times and perhaps the biggest distraction was how much Danny physically reminded me of a young Norman Wisdom and whom I simply could not visualise beating the crap out of somebody! 7/10

Soren S (br) wrote: With amazing cinematography, and stunning visuals this nearly PG-13 movie really hits home.

Dawson C (au) wrote: A wonderful feel good movie that celebrates the human spirit! The acting is superb and the pacing is perfect. One of my all time favorites.

Yeowch L (kr) wrote: Some Mondays i feel like him.

Alexandre N (br) wrote: A film about the crazy nation of Servia and the region of Balkans with its wars and destruction. This film shows a little bit how messed up everyone was afterwards.

Angela W (ru) wrote: Such a wonderfully quirky movie about two sisters and a guy who might also be a uhm... fish? Hmmm... the soundtrack is pretty sweet as well, with perfectly place Barry White recordings throughout.

Leo L (us) wrote: Great movie! A favorite.

Bill B (gb) wrote: Continuing the episodic series of films with yet another international intrigue tale of ridiculously conspicuous, extremely large breasted women and beefcake guys posing as 'spies' to thwart terrorism.Fun stuff always, but silly as all hell.Rental.

Dee J (kr) wrote: i really want to see this movie, i don't see how i could have missed this one.

Neil O (mx) wrote: One of Hammer's last black & white "mini-Hitchcock's" and by this stage the format is recognisable, the difference is that this time it's an American male who is being plotted against. Neverheless this is a good suspenser and well worth a watch. The film is stolen by the wonderful Maurice Denham's down-at-heel British private eye.

Matthew J (nl) wrote: A ludicrously entertaining romp.

Barry Y (kr) wrote: Now that superhero movies are all the rage, Unbreakable was deserving of a re-watch. Wow. I was not disappointed.

Stanley C (ag) wrote: The Good Dinosaur doesn't match the same visual representation of Disney's Dinosaur in 2000, nor can it be a strong alternative option in the competitive cinema market against Jurassic World. And also, the character designs by Pixar seem to keep getting lazier.