The Guy from Harlem

The Guy from Harlem

Tough streetwise private investigator Al Connors, who works in Florida but originally hails from Harlem, is hired by the CIA to guard a visiting African princess. Moreover, Connors uses all his sharp street smarts and fierce fighting skills to find another woman who's been abducted by the evil Big Daddy.

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The Guy from Harlem torrent reviews

Marcus W (ru) wrote: Loses its footing a few times but not enough to derail it.

Thomas T (nl) wrote: The relatable characters and well-written story keep building up to the point where you want the adventure to keep going.

Lee B (gb) wrote: This is one of those fiercely heated cultural issues in the USA, and it is mostly fought by the people you see in this movie. But, at least this movie does one good thing, show the people getting them. It is well produced and well edited and does what it can to be unbiased. But just their selection of people to interview gives us its opinion. And this is really the beauty of this movie. There are loonies on both sides, but this movie really shows that the loonies on the anti-abortion side are often times just flat out crazy hypocrites while the pro-abortion people are often crass and condescending. But it was summed up well by Dershowitz or Chomsky in that both sides are right because there is a really bad other side either way. As a movie, it really does show the bad of both sides. Hard viewing, but intriguing.

Jakub W (fr) wrote: A very good movie - stark story, stark landscape. The slow action and development also capture the monotony of the arctic pace of life. The only reason I don't rate it higher is because it pales slightly when compared to Atanarjuat.

James H (au) wrote: The concept is interesting, the film is not. A not very funny comedy, with a stupid plot, uninspired acting and misguided direction. There is some very real talent in the celebrity impersonations though.

Lee C (de) wrote: Heart warming and pure, its a well acted movie that captivates from start to finish, even if you don't like the look of it, you will enjoy it :)

Jan J (ca) wrote: 4 stars for the music, the scenery, memorable scenes such as the obstacle course,..Thank goodness they left out the abracadabra!I'd see this movie any time.

Benjamin N (ru) wrote: Ballsy but never worth watching twice...

Jeff D (ca) wrote: Kevin Costner's tour de force.

Ashley H (jp) wrote: I saw this movie once and I've wanted to see it again for a long time. I thought it was great, especially with an all-star, country legends cast. Willie Nelson and Kris Kristopherson have automatic explosive chemistry together that works to their advantage. Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings, though both have sadly passed now, shall continue to amaze viewers for generations with their high-handed, traditional, western attitudes and sharp wit and sarcastic remarks. June Carter Cash is sassy and blunt. John Schneider is incredibly hot and sexy as a driver and might have been bit hot-headed, though like I said, I only saw it once. it's not that hard to believe he plays the famous Bo Duke on the The Dukes of Hazzard (the original). Director Ted Post has expertly endeavored to make wonderful classic come back to life.

Annette T (us) wrote: Cute film. It's enjoyable, but you have to remember what era your watching or it becomes frustrating. Over all a nice movie to watch while doing the laundry.

Walter M (ca) wrote: In "Lay the Favorite," Beth(Rebecca Hall) figures it is time to get out of the private dancing business when the customers start to get creepy. So, seeking a change of scenery, she moves to Las Vegas to become a cocktail waitress. Except it is not that easy. But through Holly(Laura Prepon), she learns that Dink(Bruce Willis) is hiring for his gambling business. Not only does he hire Beth but Dink takes a real liking to her which sort of does not sit well with his wife Tulip(Catherine Zeta-Jones). "Lay the Favorite" proves the old adage that any movie that has more of Vince Vaughn than Wendell Pierce is in serious trouble. That's actually the least of this lackuster movie's problems because maybe there could have been a decent movie made about these real life gamblers but this is not it. As much a rut as director Stephen Frears has been in lately("Philomena" succeeded mostly due to the quality of its performances), his work could never be described as slap dash until now, as this movie definitely feels rushed with a definite lack of singular direction. At least, Rebecca Hall is a joy being cast supremely against type while also sharing rapport with Catherine Zeta-Jones in their scenes together.

TroyandLisa S (ag) wrote: I used to work at Glenbrook so I really want to see this!

Tim R (de) wrote: A sci-fi instant classic with Arnold Schwarzenegger!