The Wrong Arm of the Law

The Wrong Arm of the Law

The crooks in London know how it works. No one carries guns and no one resists the police. Then a new gang appears that go one better. They dress as police and steal from the crooks. This upset's the natural order of the police/criminal relationship and the police and the crooks join forces to catch the IPOs (Impersonating Police Officers), including an armoured car robbery in which the police must help the gangs to set a trap.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:94 minutes
  • Release:1963
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:robbery,   police,   farce,  

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The Wrong Arm of the Law torrent reviews

Nermeen A (mx) wrote: Absolutely loved Saif's performance.

Chucky (nl) wrote: October 15th-16th 2009

Savanna B (kr) wrote: I don't know why I watched this..

Davey M (de) wrote: Pete without bandana = goodPete with bandana = trouble

Zack B (gb) wrote: Oh sure it has many flaws. At times it's incomprehensible and alien, as if Tom DiCillo was from Pluto or something. The characters are Lynchian quirky (Brad Pitt even has a conical pompadour reminiscent of Jack Nance's hairdo in Eraserhead), but not in a theatrical way that David Lynch is so masterful at presenting. These characters are more one-note-weird, which, at times, is rather dull and unimaginative on the part of Tom DiCillo's writing. Nevertheless, this film has a camp delight to it, most likely because of the simmering surf soundtrack and a flawed though self-assured performance by Brad Pitt. I also enjoyed seeing Nick Cave so creepily displayed on film. It was appropriate.

Greg W (gb) wrote: funny early woody allen loaded with nods to his comic inspiration, Buster Keaton.

Mark S (ru) wrote: This was better than I expected it to be. Richard Burton made a good Henry VIII and Genevieve Bujold was great as Anne Boleyn.

Eric H (es) wrote: So is the film worth seeing? You betcha-provided you can find a copy. My attitude is that by shelving the film, you neglect a fine, fine performance by James Baskett and also ignore an important part of our heritage. After all, films on Turner Classic Movies or Shirley Temple DVDs are widely available and they often contain terribly dated and more offensive stereotypes. Plus, in the case of the Temple films, if you shelve them because one might have an offensive performance by Steppin Fetchit, you'll also lose the WONDERFUL dancing of one of the great dancers, Bill 'Bojangles' Robinson! this film!

Jackson W (jp) wrote: Some of the cartoons here are kinda amateur for their time, but you have to admit that they are to a quality and level of pure animation that we will never see again. And you cant really expect a lot out of Disney after coming back from the war effort, so this is still worth a good watch for what it is. Another heavily cultured highly musical animated piece.

John P (ag) wrote: Sadly, this one doesn't hold up for me: it's too cold, distant - and the downer ending betrays the original novel by Desmond Cory. Nevertheless, a tremendous score by John Barry - and a dramatic set-piece mid-film: Caine doing a "deadfall" during a burglary while "Romance for Guitar & Orchestra" (14m) plays in real time.

Quade C (ru) wrote: A little too sappy than it is funny but it's pretty good

Trinity C (br) wrote: What the hell? Maybe I should look into this one....

Christophe C (ag) wrote: MAIS Q'AVEZ VOUS FAIT A SOLANGE? en vf. Un excellent giallo qui sait tr (C)s bien brouiller les pistes, qui tient en haleine et avec une histoire assez glauque au final. Tr (C)s bonne surprise.

Devon M (gb) wrote: Richard Franklin's love Hitchcock results in a surprisingly classy, suspenseful and funny road thriller. Definitely one of those yester-year thrillers that still very much works today and is the right sort of suspense flick that we need more of now.