Four mathematicians are gathered and meet with a top official of the United States Department of Defense. After some discussion, the group agrees that they must be wary with whom to trust and control their solution. The official offers them a reward of $10 million in exchange for their portion of the algorithm, swaying them by attempting to address their concerns. Only one of the four speaks out against the sale, and in doing so is forced to reveal a dark truth about his portion of the solution. Before they sign a license to the government, however, they wrestle with the ethical consequences of their discovery. -- Wikipedia
- Stars:Danny Barclay, Eric Bloom, David John Cole, Malek Houlihan, Matt Lagan, Marc Raymond, Tyler Seiple, Steve West,
- Director:Timothy Lanzone,
- Writer:Andy Lanzone, Timothy Lanzone
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Travelling Salesman torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: A disappointingly bland, rather tame story leaves star Jennifer Lawrence stranded in the dust. An unfortunate misstep, but then again, which American sweetheart's career is complete without a least a couple?
(de) wrote: A mood-piece on the pointlessness of the arms race, with imaginative visuals (it felt like a live-action Wall-E). A fun way to spend an evening, especially if you like the quirkiness of Amelie set in Spy vs Spy slapstick.
(es) wrote: Not quite as bad as I had expected / feared. True the acting isn't always the best (especially the woman is annoying), the British Soldiers seem to lose simple shootouts against any Pirates and Blackbeard himself is a fat little weirdo with a thick Scottish accent that makes him seem rather ridiculous rather than intimidating but in the end it's a great clich (C) Pirate epic with lots of ships, swordfights, flintlock pistols and bad English grammar.Quite enjoyable.
(us) wrote: the best indian movie of the past decade!!!!!
(br) wrote: spot on portrayal of the different personalities behind the scenes of those responsible of your food and dining experience in restaurants. This movie serves up plenty of laughs , especially if you worked in the food game
(gb) wrote: The only thing I hate more then self righteous Christians are know it all atheists, and the only thing I hate more then know it all atheists are know it all teenage atheists.
(ca) wrote: Kieltmtt aika rohkea veto.
(it) wrote: [size=2]I'm beginning the rather lengthy task of entering into the database every film I have seen, at least those I have a decent memory of. Some may have the briefest of reviews while many will just have a number. Those films that I consider personal favorites and/or those that have some historical signficance I will add later when I have time for more lengthy reviews. [b]Cadillac Man[/b]Director: Roger DonaldsonStars: Robin Williams, Tim Robbins, Pamela Reed, Annabella Sciorra, Fran Drescher.Synopsis: Comedy has it's moments but ultimately rus out of gas. [b]China Moon[/b]Director: John BaileyStars: Ed Harris, Benicio Del Toro, Madeleine Stowe, Charles Dance, Patricia Healy.Synopsis: Good performances can't save this erotic thriller's contrived plot. [b]The Cure[/b]Director: Peter HortonStars: Brad Renfro, Joseph Mazzello and Bruce Davison.Synopsis: Friendship between two boys, one battling AIDS, feels like a Made-For-Television movie. [b]The Cowboy Way[/b]Director: Gregg ChampionStars: Woody Harrelson, Kiefer Sutherland, Cara Buono, Dylan McDermott, Ernie Hudson.Synopsis: Action comedy about Cowboys in New York City misfires in the worst way. [b]Chasers[/b]Director: Dennis HopperStars: Tom Berenger, William McNamara, Crispin Glover, Erika Eleniak, Gary Busey, Dean Stockwell, Frederic Forrest.Synopsis: Don't chase this film.[/size]
(ca) wrote: Really the best of the bunch
(ca) wrote: One of the movies that I actually forgot I had. Haven't watched in many years, but it's still just as funny. Makes it strange to remember that there was a time when Chevy Chase was funny. He's at his best here, and even manages to evoke an early version of Fletch. In a scene where he is questioned by police, he manages to come up with the alias Harris J. Freedlander, who makes a living by carving the heads of dead presidents out of driftwood. Only a comic actor with the deadpan timing of Chase could deliver that, and make it sound believable. Goldie Hawn channels her inner Lucielle Ball, makes the most of her big hair and big eyes, and shows why she was the Meg Ryan of her day. Charles Grodin plays the straight man better than anyone, and here he tries to be the calm eye in the storm of antics Chase and Hawn create, while still delivering more than his fair share of great one liners. Not only is the comedic timing and chemistry between the three leads great, but they are surrounded by an amazing group of supporting characters. TK Carter and Robert Guillaume both manage to make their characters of Hawn's chauffer and Grodin's assistant, respectively, fully rounded characters with personality and good humor. My favorite supporting character is played by Harold Gould as the local judge. His timing is that of a seasoned pro, and he steals every scene he's in. Only Neil Simon could write a screenplay like this. The dialogue is sharp, and delivered with the speed of a classic Cary Grant-style comedy.. It's a movie that would never get made today because it's too clean.
(us) wrote: Mon prfr. Cultissime !! La perle des Toxic Movies.
(au) wrote: Betty Hutton is just a little too peppy in the title role, she becomes overbearing at times, too exaggerated. The entire film is overblown and extreme. There are a few good songs, the production sure had a lot of money poured into it, but it's just too much. The best scenes of the film are on the special features, with the cut footage of Judy Garland in the role before she was fired.
(de) wrote: Any body who gives this films a low rating is an intellectually stunted jackass with no sense of humor or quality screen writing. Bean is amazingly written and executed. A classic comedy, the kind that rarely gets made anymore. The screenplay is objectively brilliant with a great subplot, great plot devices and genius gags that are not only funny but pull the plot line in for a perfect finish. It's a shame that there are people who actually get paid (critics) to give their opinion on a subject they seem to know very little of. I studied this film for a screenwriting course and to a trained eye I can say it is very, very well done.
(jp) wrote: Conceptually well established movie but lacks any effort from fellow actors
(fr) wrote: Harrison Ford's Jack Ryan is still so much better than the 2013 version
(de) wrote: While I don't like it as much as most, I will not deny that this is FUNNY. Other crappy spoof movies need to take notes from this and Mel Brooks' other classic spoofs.