The List of Adrian Messenger
A writer named Adrian Messenger believes a series of apparently unrelated "accidental" deaths are actually linked murders. He asks his friend Anthony Gethryn, recently retired from MI5, to help clear up the mystery. However, Messenger's plane is bombed while he is en route to collect evidence to confirm his suspicions and, with his dying breath, he tries to tell a fellow passenger the key to the mystery.
- Stars:George C. Scott, Dana Wynter, Clive Brook, Gladys Cooper, Herbert Marshall, Jacques Roux, John Merivale, Marcel Dalio, Bernard Archard, Tony Huston, Ronald Long, Kirk Douglas, Tony Curtis, Burt Lancaster, Robert Mitchum,
- Director:John Huston,
- Writer:Anthony Veiller (screenplay), Philip MacDonald (based upon a story by)
Messenger asks a friend to check into a list of names before leaving on a trip. When his plane is blown out of the sky, the matter becomes more serious. As his friend checks into the list, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The List of Adrian Messenger torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: This film is so well-made that it hardly even feels like a documentary. This couple acts as if the camera is not even following them around. Following the life of two struggling artists who are a questionable couple from the beginning, is one of the strongest romances I have seen in a really long time. I know it is a documentary so the emotions are genuine, but that makes no difference to me, because watching two people with this much devotion, hatred, and love for their passions and each other was breathtaking. This picture gave me a whole new perspective on life. I highly recommend this film to any aspiring artists of any sort. Whether it be paintings, drawings, filmmaking, etc. "Cutie and the Boxer" is brilliant in it's show-don't-tell aspect. Portions of the film is told through her drawings and old footage of their lives has been archived into this film. I loved every second of this film. One of the best of 2013!
(ag) wrote: Bedtime Stories is an ok movie that is just harmless. The acting is fine, and Adam Sandler does what he does best. The premise for this can actually work with a better writer. The stories are a bit creative, even though I seen this before in other, and better, movies. It has some funny moments, but most of them weren't so and are just misfire after misfire. Adam Sandler's character is a bit of a jerk and is more of manipulating the kids so that he can get himself rewarded. The movie is not really that offensive, although Rob Schneider's character might get someone offended even though he's barely in it. With an imaginative premise, this could've been clever and really funny, but Bedtime Stories just ended up not that good, but the kids would live it however and is not going to make them dumber after watching this.
(ca) wrote: I'm not a huge fan of ether James or Romano, but they work well together. Most likely, to strange for most film goers.
(de) wrote: a masterpiece ,,thank you Vinterberg
(kr) wrote: "Ghosts of the Abyss" is a sci-fi type documentary. James Cameron and Bill Paxton along with a group of scientists, historians, and deep sea explorers head down to explore the remains of Titanic. It's visually stunning to see the ship at the ocean floor. The way it has deteriorated, yet parts like stain glass windows remain beautiful and intact. Runs only at 64 minutes, which is a good run time as the movie does become a little boring mid way through. This was designed for 3D Imax, so watching it on DVD on a 55 inch tv, really doesn't seem to do it the justice is deserves. At home it's kind of just a boring exploration of a fascinating subject. But, I'm sure on a 3D Imax screen this is a real experience.
(fr) wrote: I would describe this as a tragicomedy. For three fourths of the movie, it is indeed comical as this poor cowardly carpenter attempts to convey to himself and to a hard-of-hearing gentle old Jewish woman that he is in charge of her shop now. The last half hour the story turns to tragedy as he tries to save her, and ends up destroying both her and himself.