The Maltese Falcon

The Maltese Falcon

A lovely dame with dangerous lies employs the services of a private detective, who is quickly caught up in the mystery and intrigue of a statuette known as the Maltese Falcon.

A lovely dame with dangerous lies employs the services of a private detective, who is quickly caught up in the mystery and intrigue of a statuette known as the Maltese Falcon. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Maltese Falcon torrent reviews

Lee P (ag) wrote: I really enjoyed the "Miss Peregrine's" film directed by Tim Burton, however, I do not recommend this scary movie for young children. 2nd viewing 8/10 Rev 400

Bandido G (ru) wrote: Art es una perra.Fantastico finale to this something else trilogy.Not so much about destroying Takeshi like Takeshis' and Glory to the Filmmaker but more about the creative process.Brings up: What is art?, Is it the process or the outcome?, Picasso or a rice ball?Overall proves Kitano Takeshi is still exciting.Super paint!

Marc (ca) wrote: Jeff Nichols proves solid talent in Mud, have yet to see this and Take Shelter.

ramona f (jp) wrote: the corpse bride is one of my favorite movies ever, i love the aesthetic of tim burton films.

Nicholas I (br) wrote: 8mm is an unnerving thriller which kept me on the edge of my seat. It is beautifully filmed by Schumacher and well acted by its star studded cast. Especially Nicolas Cage and James Gandolfini. It was extremely disturbing to watch at times but was very very engaging. Despite the negative reviews on this film, it is one of my favorite thrillers and a one of a kind.

Justin B (de) wrote: I miss the late 80's and early 90's, when weird movies like this would be made. This is a fun little film that at it's best is a great character for famed voice actor and comedian Dom Deluise, and at it's worst a poorly puppeted creature and a film which fizzles out towards the end. But I love the concept of the character so much, there's a lot of potential in him!

Andrew G (gb) wrote: Cheesy '80s schlock with lots of boobs and blood; what more can you ask for in a movie called Slumber Party Massacre III? Also it contains possibly the dumbest characters in any slasher movie ever, which is no small feat.

mike a (de) wrote: heart warming and tear jerking film that sensitively and honestly looks at the trials of life as a gay man. the performances were first rate. The story did hit a lull after the death of Matthew Broderick but rallied well for a truly tearjerking ending. bravo brava

corey m (jp) wrote: ATTN ROTTEN TOMATOES THAT'S THE WRONG APPLESEED PICTURE! beautiful, but not perfect, so pretty i question why people are so impressed by Avatar.

Jon T (ru) wrote: The most compelling scene in KRULL is one where an old man visits an old widow in an enlarged spider's web. The ideas behind that scene bring a lot of potential for a story that would have been far more intriguing than everything else about this movie, which is not something that I, as a fantasy fan, would ever dare to say. Released during the same year as RETURN OF THE JEDI, KRULL is a hodgepodge of sci-fi/fantasy concepts, few of which interest (a fortress that teleports at daylight as well as the aforementioned spider scene) and many others of which pull every cliche from the book. It tries to be so many things (but mostly it's a "hero must rescue his bride from a monster" plot) that it ultimately backfires. Director Peter Yates obviously bit off more than he could chew with the material, and was obviously the wrong person for the job. His picture unfolds at a torturously SLOW pace, and even the action sequences are detaching and depressingly unexciting... mainly because its characters are all basic cardboard cutouts with zero personality. I did like Freddie Jones' performance and James Horner's bombastic if derivative score, but these two elements cannot save this picture. The dialogue is both cheesy and laughable and the acting is depressingly terrible, including a then unknown Liam Neeson, who has done far better elsewhere. Ken Marshall is boring (and I mean BORING with a capital B) as the hero and Lysette Anthony (whose voice was dubbed for bizarre reasons) is even worse as the damsel in distress. I really hate to come down on a movie that has a cult following, but I just couldn't get engaged with KRULL. Despite the occasional moment, this film is both boring and an ambitious failure in every regard, mainly because it was made by all the wrong people. Get a better cast and crew and this would have been something unique. Instead it's just a waste of time and talent. Too bad, too bad.

Samantha S (au) wrote: silly funny but not enough, even with Brenda Vaccaro

Jevro W (mx) wrote: bitchy Bette at her best

Matt K (jp) wrote: Despite being cluttered with too many subplots that tend to feel like several movies pieced into one, as well as having moments of tone that sometimes don't fit next to one another, Courgeous, however, is backed up with powerful performances, an intriguing message, and thrilling sequences that will grab your attention

Matthew S (ag) wrote: Kelly Reichardt's film is deceptively simple. In truth it is simply complex. Will Oldham and Daniel London deliver quietly powerful and very realistic performances as two reunited friends. A weekend of camping and hiking in the mountains of Oregon takes a heavy turn as both men grapple with their lives, their choices and their friendship. Always emotionally insightful and genuine, Old Joy is a unsentimentally touching and unsettling journey. Not to be missed.

Dawson P (jp) wrote: For you John.. Do you remember rushing home from school to watch this?