"Vino Para Robar" is a classy mainstream heist comedy from Ariel Winograd where booze, not banknotes, is the target. Two professional thieves will have to work together to steal a unique bottle of wine kept safe inside a bank in Mendoza. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Mattias L (ru) wrote: Frstr inte riktigt vitsen med denna film. r det en reklamfilm fr Turkiet? r det fr att visa att det finns muslimer som r frommare n nyfdda lamm? Det blir direkt skrattretande nr dottern och svrsonen sger till den anklagade pappan att idag gifter vi oss i kyrkan och i morgon i Mosk (C)n. Vilken mosk (C) slpper in kristna kvinnor fr att gifta sig ver religionsgrnserna?
Stuart K (br) wrote: Based upon the autobiography published in 1997 by Howard Marks, adapted and directed by Bernard Rose (Chicago Joe and the Showgirl (1990), Candyman (1992) and Immortal Beloved (1994)), who also photographed and edited the film. This is an entertaining biopic of Marks, a mysterious and charismatic Welshman, who isn't a bad man, It's a good film, which a likeable lead performance, but it does have inconsistencies. Howard Marks (Rhys Ifans) studied at Oxford in the 1960's, and studied to become a teacher, but he's been introduced to marijuana by fellow Oxford student Graham Plinson (Jack Huston), from there, Howard ends up trafficking drugs between the UK and Germany, but this small empire grows into a bigger one, and he's smuggling drugs into America from Afghanistan via Spain, at first in the touring equipment of big bands. Howard gets married to Judy (Chlo Sevigny), and his contacts include IRA runner Jim McCann (David Thewlis) and American Ernie Combs (Crispin Glover), but the law want him, but he manages to get away with it, but for how long?? It's an entertaining film, and Ifans makes Marks into a likeable rogue, even if what he's done is highly illegal. It tries to be a UK version of American Gangster, but there's a lot of gaps in the story, and how he was able to move around, but it's still worth a look.
Emeka W (us) wrote: One of those good lazy afternoon movies.
David L (br) wrote: This will likely be a forgotten entity soon enough - Not good enough to warrant raving about, but nor is it bad enough to continually slate! It's a borderline film which has reasonable qualities all around - Average actors, plus a mediocre storyline which is basically a cat and mouse chase, or rather a Loch Ness monster and human chase throughout. There's no depth to the character relations, no real quality action sequences, and clearly no expense used in any of the special effects. It is relatively comical to watch though, not that I expect it intends to be, but the way the monster keeps biting people's heads off just makes me chuckle. It's not difficult to follow in the least, just a basic premise of a crypto zoologist hunting down the beast that killed his dad - just a shame that half the village actually die before he actually catches up with the thing! It's the first time I've witnessed a film based on the Loch Ness monster (given that i've chosen to forget that crap one starring Ted Danson), but i'm guessing that aiming a movie at the Scottish horror fans would be a bit of a niche market. On this evidence though, there's definitely room for a decent Nessie flick given that this episode leaves a lot to be desired.
Yvonne W (it) wrote: Very, very average thriller with not too many thrills and a fairly ludicrous plot
Glen S (ca) wrote: "Hate Crime" is a senseless and vicious murder of a gay man just because he's gay. The ending may satisfy some feeling of justice, but is hardly better than the original crime. There is an interesting section with back and forth scenes of "God is" stuff. The movie is well done.
Naomi B (us) wrote: Very cute and sweet.
Mike W (gb) wrote: For some reason, people don't get this movie
Andr D (kr) wrote: Este mediometraje (42 minutos de duracion) es quizas, el ataque mas frontal de Luis Bunuel a la religion catolica. Su inicio serio, sublime y respetuoso se convierte gradualmente en una broma gamberra y deliciosa que se llena de sabor gracias al inolvidable papel de Silvia Pinal como el mismisimo diablo. Una obra imperdible para los seguidores del gran director.
Patrick W (ca) wrote: One of the best "music movies" ever made and one of my favorite movies of all time. It must've been pretty easy for Cameron Crowe to write this film as it is loosely based on his experiences as a young writer on the road with the Allman Brothers Band in the 1960s-1970s. Film has arguably one of the best assembled soundtracks of all time. Billy Crudup is amazing as guitarist Russell Hammond and Jason Lee, who is known more for comedic roles, turns in an excellent dramatic performance as well. This movie is a must see even if you aren't a huge music fan as it is also an excellent coming-of-age film as well.
Jonathan K (us) wrote: Can I get an ending???????
Billy D (us) wrote: The story of Chuck Barris, a TV producer/CIA agent as he navigates the world of show biz and espionage. Much more interesting if you know who Chuck Barris was and knew his story. If not, its a very hard to believe story about a shady tv exec tooting his own horn. Rockwell, Clooney, and barrymore are meh. Only worth the 124 minutes if you are from the era.
Gary B (ag) wrote: a good follow up to the last film