White Collar Blues

White Collar Blues

Based on Paolo Villaggio's books "Fantozzi" and "Il secondo, tragico Fantozzi", which are popular in Italy, this film tells the story of an unfortunate accountant's life over the course of one year, shown in a variety of sketches, segments and provocative sequences making Fantozzi a very unlucky person indeed.

Based on Paolo Villaggio's books "Fantozzi" and "Il secondo, tragico Fantozzi", which are popular in Italy, this film tells the story of an unfortunate accountant's life over the course of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


White Collar Blues torrent reviews

Thomas B (gb) wrote: Eddie Redmayne produces a brilliant performance in this brilliant movie .

Martin G (ru) wrote: Une anthologie intressante, quoi que un peu moin que le premier, certains mtrage sont bien d'autres non , tout dpend des gots de chacuns

Larry R B (gb) wrote: Poor acting, poorly executed, but a pretty good story. The ending was absurd.

Lisa Michelle A (jp) wrote: I thought it was a really good film and i liked it alot. I was looking forward to seeing it and i wasn't dissapointed at all. It was funny and really entertaining. Loved it!!!

Michael G (gb) wrote: Awful, Awful, Awful... Dont waste your time on it...

Amanda H (de) wrote: This movie gets off to a really slow start, but once it starts going somewhere it's actually quite unnerving. I passed over it for a long time because I figured it wasn't worth sitting through, but I was pleasantly surprised. If you're a fan of B horror, you will probably enjoy this.

Brandi A (jp) wrote: Interesting to see a found footage film from the killer's perspective. There were definitely some creepy moments that lingered long after the credits rolled. The acting was sub par which at times was hard to overlook.

Adam W (kr) wrote: Real piss poor effort from everybody involved, a complete waste of time.

Barry T (br) wrote: tried to hard to be clever

jonesy b (jp) wrote: This is Soderbergh's best movie, not an easy position to hold. Irons is brilliantly cast, along with many of the other supporting characters. The pace and style traces its line down the blade of a razor. Kafka is an excellent protagonist of his own story. His fiction was his life.

Jennifer A (kr) wrote: 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]Batman[/b], directed by Tim Burton, is the best of the Batman movies. Dark, stylish and briskly paced, it's a highly enertaining film. Michael Keaton, Jack Nicholson, and Kim Basinger all shine brightly. [b]Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure[/b], directed by Stephen Herek, stars Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter as a couple of flunkies who travel back in time to pass a final. This film was quite popular upon it's release and has become somewhat of a cult film, but I never found it very funny. [b]Black Rain[/b], directed by Ridley Scott, is an international thriller starring Michael Douglas. It's visually exciting, but the script is severely lacking. Only extreme action fans will enjoy this film. [b]Blue Thunder[/b], directed by John Badham, is an action thriller about an elaborate helicopter designed to thwart terrorism. Stars Roy Scheider, Malcolm McDowell, Warren Oates, Candy Clark and Daniel Stern. Lots of action, but not much character development or even a logical plot. [b]Blaze[/b], directed by Ron Shelton, stars Paul Newman as Lousiana governor Earl Long, who has an affair with notorious stripper Blaze Starr (Lolita Davidovitch). It's an underrated, mostly forgotten film featuring some of Newman's better later day work.

Raymond E (jp) wrote: Leonard Nimoy delivers one of the BEST Star Trek films ever! Intelligent. Fun. Thought provoking. This film carries themes of friendship and loyalty. And the need for collaboration as custodians of the world we share. It is a classic movie. Worthy of the Star Trek legacy. And worthy of your time spent to view it.

gini c (jp) wrote: danny devito always funny

Katherine L (br) wrote: Natalie Wood is amazing.

Matt N (mx) wrote: It's been a long time since Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Linus, and the rest of the Peanuts gang ruled on the TV and movie screens, and in this age full of bad Disney Channel kid-coms, smart-alecky "geared for kids" humor on Nickelodeon, and the fart jokes and toilet humor shoved down our throats by feature animation studios that aren't Pixar and Disney, is there anymore room for the Peanuts gang? The answer is a proud yes. I'm happy to say that this film is an absolute love-letter to Charles M. Schulz and his beloved Peanuts comic strip, which lasted for over 50 years between 1950 and 2000.The film begins with a snow day, school is cancelled that day, and we see the whole gang with all their personalities from the strip intact. Charlie Brown, played by child actor Noah Schnapp (who played the young son in Steven Spielberg's recent Bridge of Spies), is on a mission to get the attention of her instant crush, the Little Red Haired Girl, while on a side plot - Snoopy is on a mission as the World War I Flying Ace to defeat the Red Baron and save her damsel in distress, Fifi (played by Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth). The latter lowers the bar a little, but I had to admit, they fit the 3D in the film. However, when I saw the ending scene with Charlie Brown and the Little Red Haired Girl finally meeting for the first time, and the latter telling the former she likes him for who she is, I was a 24-year-old man crying his eyes out, and I never cry during movies.As Charlie Brown, Schnapp sounds exactly like Peter Robbins did in the 1965 special A Charlie Brown Christmas, as do all the other children playing characters such as Lucy, Linus, Franklin, Peppermint Patty (played by teen actress Venus Schultheis), and Marcie. Through the magic of archival recordings, Snoopy's role is reprised by the late animator Bill Melendez, who produced the animated Peanuts specials throughout the 1960's-2000's, The Little Red Haired Girl is played by Francis Capaldi, who also stars in Disney Channel's atrocious sitcom Dog with a Blog. She's proved to be a pretty good actress too. This is not like other movies based on an established properties, such as the horrendous Alvin and the Chipmunks films or the even worse Smurfs series (which thankfully is getting an all-animated reboot 2 years from now), this is a faithful, ambitious tribute to Charles Schulz's original comic strip, a nostalgic trip back in time. And even if some of my fellow critics decided politicize the film (like how Variety's Peter Debruge decided to inject race into the movie), it will still be a movie that both kids and adults can enjoy this November.