The Hoodlum

The Hoodlum

Vincent Lubeck is a vicious ex-convict. His criminal activities are despised by his family, but he uses and abuses them in the course of his crimes. Eventually his own brother must stand up to him.

Paroled sociopath career criminal Vincent Lubeck betrays his family's trust when he masterminds a complex armored car robbery. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Hoodlum torrent reviews

Xavier C (fr) wrote: Qu'est ce que la vie ? Une huitre t'elle conscience d'exister ? Pourquoi un clown vient il dans une fort perdue pour dezinguer les 4 pelerins annuel ? Dcouvrez le sens de la vie avec ce film !!!!

david w (mx) wrote: Awesome movie! Very funny. Probably the best animated comedy. of 2013. Highly recommend

ThatseelyahGRIZZLY BEARS (ru) wrote: it was very intersting.

scott g (ca) wrote: a sucessful musslim, is taken from his safe london home to a european country where, he is tortured, for information, by a c.i.a type agency, a procedure, common post 9.11, a more indie effort than the more hollywood rendition from last year, and less glossy and mushy, not really giving answers than the target had a few encounters with possible cells, but does get into his mind well, with a good flashback structure of his time in london, to his treatment, a short running time, doesent hurt this film either

John C (mx) wrote: [font=Courier New][b] Weirdsville is a prime example of a classic black comedy. a series of crazy and unfortunate events that occur all in one night, with a body count of coarse. [/b]Scott Speedman and Wes Bentley act as an amazing duo, which gives indie films like this a good name [/font]

Tim R (jp) wrote: Meh. Weird movie. Another one I would just prefer see a great documentary about. Also thought it was distracting to see todays current writers and reporters in roles as reporters from back then.

Gary R (jp) wrote: love this movie best one about the world of hackers

Wade W (ru) wrote: Midnight in Paris features comedy jewel Owen Wilson in a more serious role, as a lonely engaged writer who somehow visits Paris in the 20's at midnight while on vacation in modern-day Paris with his ever-negative wife (McAdams). This is one of Woody Allen's best films, featuring beautiful scenery, big romance and a star-studded cast of characters. I've watched it about 5 times and it never gets old. As far as I'm concerned, it's a must-own and a smart, sincere picture.