Second-hand car sales man Willenbrock has everything that he could ever wish for. He is married, has two lovers, a cottage in the German city Grünen, and a BMW. Yet one day while at his cottage he gets mugged and his life is drastically changed. Little by little the world he once felt safe in falls apart around him.
- Stars:Axel Prahl, Inka Friedrich, Anne Ratte-Polle, Dagmar Manzel, Christian Grashof, Andrzej Szopa, Tilo Prückner, Wladimir Tarasjanz, Margit Bendokat, Michael Gerber, Ursula Werner, Hans Kremer, Anton Lewit, Andrea Brose, Tobias Lehmann,
- Director:Andreas Dresen,
- Writer:Christoph Hein (novel), Laila Stieler (screenplay)
Bernd Willenbrock is a car dealer at Magdeburg, East Germany, a small, but nonetheless successful and well-reputed businessman who has made his way in the post-communist society. A ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Willenbrock torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: If it's even possible, this movie was worse than Premonition. But only just.
(ag) wrote: Holy crap why is this movie scarythis movie is so crappy zombie meets alien meets Blair witchand when you get to the end it's a bunch of transformer rocks that con only transform into spiderstotal shitI watched this on Netflix and I hated it so much I wanted to ask for my money back
(ca) wrote: recommended by Loren.
(mx) wrote: This movie is really funny but it teaches you a lesson
(gb) wrote: There are quite a few baseball movies, but many of them cover MLB. Bull Durham takes a look at the life of 3 characters trying to make it without the glitz and glamour of MLB, in the minor League system. Kevin Costner is a wise, but aging catcher who feels he has missed his chance at life. Susan Sarandon is used to being with many men that come and go, so in the process only seeks out young players to avoid being truely hurt. Tim Robbins is a cocky brash, but lost mind with a million dollar arm. The movie brilliantly examines the relationships between these three characters and shows how they develop over the course of a baseball season. Bull Durham is an excellent slice of life film that extends beyond baseball.
(jp) wrote: The craziest movie ever!
(nl) wrote: Unfortunately this film was not as good as I hoped it would be...in my opinion it was not funny at all. I usually really enjoy British humor but this is truly the exception! It was loud, chaotic and all over the place, lemon did the best he could to hold it together but in my view it wasn't enough. This type of plot/film had the potential to be really good...but it wasn't!!
(it) wrote: Boring as fuck. I didn't even want to finish it. Boring stories from Greek people and the crazy Zorba in Greece of 1940's(?)
(gb) wrote: "Horton Hears a Who" is a fun short feature for children, who will be entertained by the whimsical rhymes and the story. It has a nice message, making it easy to recommend to a younger crowd, but adults will be thankful that it is just under a half hour. Unlike "'The Grinch who Stole Christmas" the narration is not very memorable and the songs are not as good. The animation's low budget often shows so you'll have to forgive it's clunky appearance throughout. It's a fun watch, but it's not a classic. (Dvd, May 2012)
(us) wrote: This is Prince at his all time best. If you can get past the awful plot and acting, what you will find is some of the best music ever. And, not just from Prince, but from the other band in the movie, The Time.