Welcome to the Roses

Welcome to the Roses

Two ex-convicts, MG and Gilbert find refuge in a charming middle-class house whose couple is about to celebrate its 20-year old marriage. Our duo has no other solution than to take this entire brood in hostage. But, contrary to all expectations, they are warmly greeted by the occupants who don't think twice before helping them, they are even ready to put their guests off, even to kill them if necessary...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:2003
  • Language:French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   maid,   criminal,  

Two dangerous convicts escape while transferring between jail houses and find refuge in the lovely little house of the charming Roze family. The situation brings everyone's instincts to the surface. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Welcome to the Roses torrent reviews

joey b (ca) wrote: Like the action but don't really like the story plot

Carinna C (kr) wrote: Similar kind of Hangover which I seldom picked, just curious what means ''horrible'....quite hilarious..

Andrew L (it) wrote: If you like Michael Bay films, if you like over-the-top testosterone-fuelled silliness, and if you like what has gone before in this series, then you will love this film. If you were a fan of Transformers before Bay came along, or have any cinematic or moral taste at all, then you will absolutely hate it.There's no proper screentime for the Transformers themselves, in particular the villains (who have no impact on the story what-so-ever), but far too much of Shia Labeouf screaming and whining about how life is soooo depressing going out with a victoria secrets mode. Every supporting character feels like yet another needless comic relief and every action sequence feels like yet another glorified advert for the US military.Everything in this movie is both overwhelming and underwhelming at the same time. It's a film series based on a toy franchise, so I dont expect oscar winning material... but I expected something better than this over-bloated mess.

George O (gb) wrote: I've watched this film three times now and I still think it's great.

Shawn H (us) wrote: seriously, go take a walk or something

Johnny L (us) wrote: A reflection for those from military families

Lucas G (ru) wrote: Watchmen is a visually outstanding piece of work, with a dark and beautiful narrative and a fairly good cast. At a point it hit me with an Marvel's Avergers vibe, but luckily not for too long.

Jacob D (au) wrote: You have to love this one.

Hugh O (au) wrote: horrible and so close to the truth Hugh Leonard Thomson Murphy ring anyone's bell ??

R Roberto M (mx) wrote: i saw two years ago in the movie city classic channel. Excellent movie.

Buggy B (es) wrote: Wow I really liked this movie, I'm actually surprised by all the mediocre reviews here. Enjoyed getting a look at the overlooked side of war which would be trying to re-assimilate back home and the struggles faced there. The opening battle scene is super well done and I like how it connected everyone for the remainder of the movie which follows 4 separate veterans and their very different stories. Was impressed with Jessica Biel for the first time ever and Samuel L Jackson, damn I had forgotten that man can actually act, its been so long since I've seen him be anything other than Samuel Mother F'n Jackson. 02/13+

Martin T (gb) wrote: I'm a champion of Rope, but I'd rate this one above it. It sticks closer to the real story, explores it in greater detail, and goes deeper into the psychology. And Stockwell is a far better "Loeb" than Farley Granger. The best stuff involves the period just after the murder, with the boys trying to outwit the police; there were tense moments where I simultaneously wanted them to escape and get caught. It slows down quite a bit for the trial, although Welles' final monologue is brilliant.

Frances H (es) wrote: Surprisingly good performance from Ryan Reynolds in a serious role for once, but of course Helen Mirren was excellent, as she always is. This story hits me close to home, because my father's family had paintings furnishings and property in land and buildings confiscated by the Nazis after my father and his brother (their family was Christian Scientist) left Germany in the early 30s. They never were compensated for the furnishings and artwork, and for the real estate, they received about one cent per hundred dollars of the value. And what they got, they received because me uncle had worked in Army Intelligence during WWII--an American spy in Germany, since he could speak German without an American accent--he was 14 when he left Germany originally. So this movie about restitution affected me greatly--to know that some survivors finally got some justice.