The Real McCoy

The Real McCoy

Karen McCoy is released from prison with nothing but the clothes on her back. Before being incarcerated Karen was the bank robber of her time, but now she wishes for nothing more than to settle down and start a new life. Unfortunately between a dirty parole officer, old business partners, and an idiot ex-husband she will have to do the unthinkable in order to save her son.

A woman is released from prison, an expert bank robber who wants to settle down and go straight, but her parole officer and her former employer try to get her to pull one more heist. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Real McCoy torrent reviews

Paul D (nl) wrote: One man and his carphone, and it works so well.

Agne S (us) wrote: If you are not big and only Hollywood fan, thats something good for a change. A bit of a shock first, but few very good scenes and you do not forget it after leaving the cinema.

Glen S (us) wrote: Put your cursor on the poster to see the "plot". It's not really about being naked as much as personal acceptance of who you are. Some fun, some good music, some eye candy (obviously), and only one "borderline" song (still fun). Good addition to our collection. You might like it too.

Ben D (de) wrote: Yes. I would very much like to see this film.

Su J (us) wrote: The more I think about it, the less I like it.

Wendy K (de) wrote: Geez...I have never cried in a movie so much in my life! It was just so sweet and so touching. I cry everytime I watch it.

Avery M (es) wrote: The original Home Alone was all right at best. There was absolutely no need for a sequel, which rightfully bombed. But I guess sense is an alien concept to the creators of this franchise, because wouldn't you know it, they made ANOTHER stinker after that. Whoever pitched the idea for a fourth must have been either high or clinically insane. Oh, computers and a divorce subplot and THREE villains. Whatever, it's the SAME MOVIE. For a FOURTH TIME. STOP. But no, this piece of garbage wasn't enough. There's even a FIFTH! Same deal! That one was so bad it was direct-to-video and doesn't even have a page on this website! And I've heard a few rumours of a sixth instalment! Such rumours are scarce enough that we may be relatively confident they are false, but if they should prove true, I implore each and every one of you, anyone who is involved in making a sixth steaming turd like this film should be tarred and feathered and dropped off in an alley next to KFC.

tp b (jp) wrote: As I like most of the cast I had to see it. Well, it's ok.

Gunner C (ag) wrote: not many people have seen this movie. they are missing out. this is a classic

Jennifer N (kr) wrote: A beautiful and rich tale of cultural clashes and the unlikely love stories that can result. A must see.

Damon R (au) wrote: It's my first time seeing the movie that started it all, and I can see why the series both the movie and book they inspired is so famous during the 70s and 80s. And this is before the 1992 movie Article 99, which has Donald Sutherland's real-life son Kiefer Sutherland. Can you say "irony"? Good. I know you can.

Blais E (de) wrote: The iconic follow-up to Toho's world-wide mega-smash "Godzilla, King of the Monsters", featuring their second, and equally-beloved creation, the enormous, Super-sonic Pterodactyl Rodan. Made way before these critters were given the bone-headed title of the "Protectors of the Earth" (Bestowed upon them by the time the late 60's rolled around & when these films were being predominately aimed at children-), when they still were more character & plot-driven, darker & more serious in tone, as well as being relevant statements on the state of post-World War ll Japanese socio-economic conditions. The film also features some very nasty "Meganeurons", ugly subterranean scorpion-like vermin that obviously enjoy Japanese cuisine (They spend the earlier portion of the film making sushi of the local Jap mining community-), until the baby Rodans hatch out of their eggs & begin to sup on them! Ah, the "Circle of Life"! A real classic.

Jon A (jp) wrote: Underappreciated WW2 tale. Possibly overstateing the impact of the PT boats but certainly acknowledging the bravery of those involved. Duke does what he does, in army uniform instead of Cowboy hat, and the good guys eventually prevail.

Cordelia D (ag) wrote: Great pregnancy movie