The Man with Bogart's Face

The Man with Bogart's Face

In The Man With Bogart's Face, an affectionate send-up of the Bogart detective films of the 1940s, Robert Sacchi plays a man who idolizes Humphrey Bogart so much he has his features altered to look exactly like his idol. He then opens up a detective agency under the name Sam Marlowe (an amalgam of the names of Bogart's characters from The Maltese Falcon and The Big Sleep).

A man with a fixation on Humphrey Bogart gets plastic surgery to make him look exactly like Bogart. Then he changes his name to Sam Marlowe (after Sam Spade and Phillip Marlowe, two of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Man with Bogart's Face torrent reviews

Ibraheem M (de) wrote: Fun to watch although the acting is very terrible and there are a lot of direction mistakes, but it is still worth a shot.

Ashley Y (es) wrote: Shahid, you're definitely tip-top - no blame-shame!

Ivan R (ru) wrote: psychedelic, mindblowing, intelligent, vivid picture, french....

Tyler R (au) wrote: I really enjoyed it. The plot was different and had a good villian. Vin diesel was very good in this. There was lots of great action scenes and the movie moved very quickly.

Addison P (ag) wrote: It was ok, had some stupid stuff. The ending happened pretty quickly and stupidly...

Sam E (mx) wrote: classic popcorn fun.

Jess L (ru) wrote: Pretty average sequel

Ed Q (es) wrote: Though the mechanics of the plot are a bit contrived, the gritty mood piece "Little Odessa" is elevated by strong performances and assured direction.

Ken D (mx) wrote: Not a very good Van Damme flick, but he still manages to keep me interested - My hat's off for that.

Joseph B (kr) wrote: It has the tools necessary for something great...

Craig L (jp) wrote: This is definitely one of the most hilariously awful movies I've ever seen... and I've seen quite a few Uwe Boll movies. I think the Pepto-Bismol scene is probably the best.

Bill T (fr) wrote: Pretty amazing movie about a guy who gets possessed by a power hungry brain from another planet who wants to take over the universe. Fortunately, another brain arrives to help the man's girlfriend get rid of the eeeevil brain. Thunderously enjoyable just because everything is taken so goddamn seriously. Like when the other brain arrives, the girlfriend and her father just start accepting everything the second brain says. Things like that make this definitely your worthwhile to see.

Rob L (ag) wrote: Good movie...Pretty funny still even with it's age. A lot of the jokes don't work anymore, but the subtle humor is still there. Good acting too, despite that 1930 movies is all overacting.

Gina W (au) wrote: It could only be Tim Burton. Funny as always but my husband doesn't appreciate Burton's talents.

Fawn O (nl) wrote: Expunging cynicism to exploit the inherent merriment in some otherwise austere circumstances, Horrible Bosses is brutally unrestrained and boisterous, especially with Charlie Day -- as per usual -- delivering nearly all of his lines by flamboyantly yelling them in constant exasperation. Although the premise heavily relies on some run-of-the-mill subject matter, the film triumphantly deviates from the familiar direction of exploits. Instead, this premise supports an angle that brings us to an entirely new level of criminal activity. In other words, your average hard-working men who deeply and passionately despise their respective bosses for reasons the audience may readily commiserate with, are finally taking matters into their own hands and they are going to do so with such extreme measures, we haven't witnessed anything like it from any of the many similar efforts involving a disgruntled working class that is just aching to air out their job-related frustrations in more inconspicuous and law-abiding schemes.Charlie Day, Jason Bateman, and Jason Sudeikis radiate harmonious relationships that override any thinly veiled plot defects or patterned comedic structures and they are relentlessly entertaining as they devise ludicrous homicidal schemes to take out their respective bosses permanently. Jennifer Aniston playfully immerses herself in a refreshingly novel role. Her screen personality deviates greatly from her reputation as the sweet, down-to-earth, girl-next-store type and she nearly steals the show as a nymphomaniac dentist, Dr. Julia Harris, who is determined to jump Dale's (Day) bones the moment he lets his guard down. Aniston offers a stellar and very sexy performance (even if her character's representation supports an undeniably sexist convention). Kevin Spacey, on the other hand, plays a sociopathic nightmare of a boss for Nick (Batmen), who struggles to keep his calm composure in the face of his boss's incredibly abusive antics. Colin Farrell, and this is debatable, spews some of the more amazingly horrible and politically incorrect lines in the film because he absorbs a role so despicably terrible, if he were your boss, you just might want to whack him too, but not before he trims the fat!No matter how utterly awful these bosses are, you'll be delightfully entertained when Day, Bateman, and Sudeikis reach their wits end and begin plotting their poetic justice! There's nothing more satisfying than seeing a personal fantasy be executed on the big screen for your viewing pleasure. [C+] -- 64%