The Diamond Peddlers
Bumbling crooks Butch and Toby pose as priests in order to elude being arrested by the authorities in Africa. Butch and Toby deliver a statue of the Virgin Mary from Africa to Amsterdam. Unbenownst to the clueless duo, they're really smuggling diamonds. A group of equally inept mobsters give chase.
- Stars:Antonio Cantafora, Paul L. Smith, Dominic Barto, Jacques Herlin, Giuseppe Maffioli, Riccardo Petrazzi, Enrico Chiappafreddo, Emilio Messina, Nello Pazzafini, Franco Pesce, Claudio Gora, Artemio Antonini, Fortunato Arena, Andrea Aureli, Gianlorenzo Bernini,
- Director:Giuliano Carnimeo,
- Writer:Pierre-Louis Alberti (story and screenplay), Giuliano Carnimeo (story), Gabriella Giustini (story and screenplay), Ugo Tucci (story)
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The Diamond Peddlers torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: A predictable, subpar plot but overall it's another fun animated DC movie to pass the time. There's potential to see more from these iconic B-characters in future installments without the need to add Batman.
(nl) wrote: Good thing I saw The Raid: Remdeption. This is not as a good as The Raid but still ok to watch. It's comparable to a typical Tony Jaa movie. I guess it's low budget cuz they only used a total of 2 handguns in the entire movie.
(ca) wrote: Good drama. Little hard to believe at times.
(gb) wrote: Looked more like a TV show than a movie, and the animated parts were included probably because those scenes would have been too expensive to film, but it was an enjoyable enough diversion.
(ca) wrote: An enjoyable border running stoner-drama. Killed nearly two hours of a very boring coach journey and would probably watch it again.
(gb) wrote: Great emotion, great storytelling, good acting. Definitely worth a watch.
(fr) wrote: One of my all time favorite movies! It's fun to watch, compelling, and doesn't take itself too seriously.
(es) wrote: Bon, la on est dans le lourd. Le genre de film qui te plombe pour trois semaine. Si tu voir la vie comme elle est, bam, tu la prends en pleine face avec ce film. Les acteurs sont laid, les lieux sont laids, l'hopital est pleurer, les scnes d'amour glauque, tout y est. Ca rappel un peu les film des frre Dardenne. Tout de mme intressant. Le scnario qui fait que pour une fois, le malade, c'est pas le gay permet au film de sortir du clich aussi.
(us) wrote: i find it kinda weird .. xD
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(de) wrote: Ken Loach's appreciation of the personal and the political together, his combination of modesty and epic, and his willingness to directly address difficult questions/problems are unsurpassed (in film).
(br) wrote: Mani Ratnmas first attempt to cater hindi audience goes very well with his excellent masterpiece "Roja". Rahmans music is rope in this movie on which whole story walks with a very balanced position. Pankaj Kapoor has done great work. Madhu is just OK. Locations are damn' good in this movie especially "yeh haseen wadiyaan...."
(it) wrote: Great, but not as good as the book.
(it) wrote: Alec Guiness is undoubtedly one of the finest actors ever to come out of the British Isles as is his co-star Dirk Bogarde. Based loosely on the Spithead Mutiny. Teriffic film!
(br) wrote: Without a doubt this has to be one of my all-time favourite movies. I have never felt so much enjoyment as I did watching Major Jeff Cummings fight the 'mental vampires' (as he so aptly calls them)with a sense of boyhood wonder. For its sheer comedic value this film is worth watching, a personal favourite has to be Cummings' cold blooded dismissal of his sidekick with a 'Thankyou, BOY.' This to a man who has served by his side throughout the entire movie, a man whose name Jeff should surely know, but he does't, on account on how bad-ass he is. Watch this flick or you will regret it. Well, at least till the mental vampires get you.
(es) wrote: You don't even list Matthew Modine as a cast member. Pretty big oversight RT!