American tourist Frank (Johnny Depp) meets mysterious British woman Elsie (Angelina Jolie) on the train to Venice. Romance seems to bud, but there's more to her than meets the eye. Remake of the 2005 French film "Anthony Zimmer", written and directed by Jérôme Salle.
- Category:Thriller, Action, Romance
- Stars:Johnny Depp, Angelina Jolie, Paul Bettany, Timothy Dalton, Steven Berkoff, Rufus Sewell, Christian De Sica, Alessio Boni, Daniele Pecci, Giovanni Guidelli, Raoul Bova, Bruno Wolkowitch, Marc Ruchmann, Julien Baumgartner, François Vincentelli,
- Director:Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck,
- Writer:Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck (screenplay), Christopher McQuarrie (screenplay), Julian Fellowes (screenplay), Jérôme Salle (motion picture "Anthony
Elise sits next to an American tourist, Frank, on a train going to Venice. She has chosen him as a decoy, making believe that he is her lover who is wanted by police. Not only will they need to evade the police, but also the mobster whose money her lover stole. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Tourist torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Bad bad bad. Acting horrible, story horrible. Very cheesy horrible, etc movie. Ray couldn't even save this one. Just bad dialog bad scene transition and sorry Shawn Hatosy but not impressed acting was sub-par. Avoid unless completely bored outta your mind
(ru) wrote: While not a classic and shouldn't really be expected to spawn a couple of sequels (blame that on John Lasseter), Meet the Robinsons is still entertaining in its own right thanks to colourful animation, decent voice acting and a good amount of laughs and charm.
(au) wrote: As the title says it, it's a good sequel with the same pixie dust and charms being based on the added, final chapter of the original book. But even though the film has those traits and the returning characters, it can't beat the wonderfully, charming classic predecessor. (A-)(Full review coming soon - with better wording probably)
(ca) wrote: This wasn't a bad movie with really good actors like Billy Crystal and Kathleen Quinlan. Gheorghe Muresan was good as the gentle and innocent giant. Funny that Steven Segal was in a Billy Crystal movie.
(it) wrote: It was mildly entertaining. A lot of scenes in the movie made me think if anyone in real life would ever do that. Not a bad movie, but not that great also. But I have to admit, it did capture my emotions.
(jp) wrote: Song of the South (1946) -- [4.0] -- For its racist stereotypes and sugar-coated depiction of plantation life in the post-Civil War South, Disney has locked away "Song of the South" from the public since its last re-release in 1986. I don't think the film is any more offensive than countless others made before desegregation ("Gone with the Wind" among them). In fact, putting its social infractions in historical context is probably the most interesting thing to do with "Song of the South." If you're going to lock the movie away, lock it away for mediocrity. The live-action segments of the film are cheesy and melodramatic (think "Brady Bunch") and the annoying animated sequences lack the character or charm of so many other Disney efforts. On the bright side, I've always enjoyed the Oscar-winning song "Zip-a-dee Doo Dah," but its visual accompaniment is somewhat underwhelming. Doe-eyed, baby-faced star Bobby Driscoll became a Disney regular for a while. He starred as Jim Hawkins in Disney's "Treasure Island," and in 1953 he provided the voice and live-action reference for "Peter Pan." In the mid-60s, however, he fell into drugs and obscurity. His body was found by two children in an abandoned New York tenement and he was buried in an unmarked grave.
(au) wrote: A movie without the right ending, Z for Zachariah still manages to be a completely compelling and absorbing story with it's refreshingly small scale and smart script for a film essentially about a post-apocalyptic love triangle. It's a lot better than that sounds, rest assured.
(mx) wrote: Fun and decent little movie but has some problems.