Toni Musulin has worked as a security guard on an armored truck for 10 years. One day, with 11.6 million euros on board, he drives off without his two colleagues, committing the Â"heist of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In November 2009, French security van driver Toni Musulin (François Cluzet) makes off with nearly 12 million euros, then turns himself over to the authorities a week later.
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11.6 torrent reviews
Michelle E (jp) wrote: I'm not even sure what made me want to watch this film. But I wish I hadn't. Filled with a bad cast, with bad acting, and Nick Carter trying out his acting career.
I am A (es) wrote: It was a good storyline but the actors were so goddamn annoying I couldn't enjoy it.
Mohamed F (br) wrote: Beautiful, intoxicating but a bit hollow!A Thai arthouse movie that I've heard a lot about and been meaning to watch for the past 4 years or so but couldn't find it anywhere.For me the script was solid, and it really kept the movie coherent, though it was a bit hollow story-wise IMO, it could've included more and pushed the movie those 20 mins to be a solid 2 hour movie, that'd have been a perfect 10 for me.Cinematography by Christopher Doyle, who I consider to be the greatest cinematographer alive, did an astonishing job IMO, though the image was a bit washed out at times, but I believe it might be bad transcoding.The movie's pacing was fine, but the editing was a bit too squeaky, some shots needed to be cut a bit earlier.Overall, I haven't seen such a great film with this very same theme since Kim Ki-duk's 3-Iron, to me those 2 movies are quite similar, though 3-Iron wins the first place in this comparison.
Hiu C (fr) wrote: Found a Tartan VHS version at Oxfam for 99p. The script wasn't really well written.But there are some fabulous shots in the film, the credit sequence with the close up of Artemisia's eye in the dark, and the reflection in the eye, and also the shots with the painting frame (double framed)It is more a romantic drama based film rather than biopic, it didn't reveal much about Artemisia's life except her love story with Tassi.No one ever knows if Tassi and Artemisia really fell in love, or did Tassi really rape her, or perhaps, nothing ever happened betwen them.
Luigi D (jp) wrote: I bought it because I'm gay...and I was let down because the movie is gay. Don''t waste your money, burn a copy...then throw it out.
Chris W (ca) wrote: An average American man working as a mechanic in a California town finds himself granted supernatural abilities on his 37th birthday in this whimsical dramedy starring John Travolta.There was speculation that this film had ties to Scientology, but I really wouldn't know, nor do I care to get involved in that discussion. I just remember my dad saying (sometime back in the 90s), that this was the only Travolta film (at that time at least), that he thought was any good. I didn't, and still don't agree with that, but it is a pretty good film nonetheless.I liked that this regular guy gets powers just out of happenstance, and how the film concerns him and everyone else around him, having to deal with the positive and negative consequences of this situation.It's been forever since I've seen this, so my memory of it is hazy, but I seem to recall that, while it does have fun with him messing around with his powers, it actually takes the situation seriously too, and mostly does so without being too heavy handed.The performances are good, the concept quite nice, and in the end it makes you all warm and fuzzy, and all that mushy stuff, so if that sounds good to you, then give it a shot.
Christopher B (ru) wrote: While quite riveting in its day, a bit predictable now.
b e (jp) wrote: This fist hits the cheese.
Rory D (nl) wrote: A wonderful film about coming of age and shedding the past. It could have been something different, a predicatably dark moral tale, but Powell instead delivers a romanctic film, that balances perhaps some mild suspense, and a bit of comedy. And damn, Helen Mirren, I mean, it's a great performance (and Mason is great too, of course), but damn. Mason was one lucky guy..
Theo W (es) wrote: One of the best films any of these talents was ever involved with (John Wayne, director William Wellman, screenwriter and advisor Ernest K. Gann , and everyone else connected with the production). After decades of legal conflicts, it's delightful to see the restored film made available again.
Bruce B (fr) wrote: Another Roy Rogers film made in 1940 by Republic Pictures so don't expect to much in the way of Fancy, I think western movies in this time frame were meant for people in the south and out west. In this one Roy plays a very young Wild Bill Hickok who helps the pony express and also helps a gold transfer that is robbed by a local saloon owner who also has ties to John Wilks Booth, in this movie we see the end of the civil war, Lincoln Assassinated and more, A black & white gem that can be seen for free on the internet as its a public domain film. My copy is part of a Mill Creek 20 film collection featuring Roy Rogers. 3 Stars.
Andora J (br) wrote: A wartime crossed-lovers/spy film. Worth watching, if only to admire the stunningly beautiful and talented (and so young) Vivian Leigh.
Toby J (de) wrote: best movie ever. very funny. great written scipt.
Emilio R (br) wrote: One of my favorite dramas as it explores the thin line between doing the right thing or taking revenge. Tense, well-crafted, and boasting excellent lead performances from Oscar winners Ben Affleck and Samuel L. Jackson. Changing Lanes will keep you glued until the conclusion.
Mike V (us) wrote: This was too slow and with too few plot points to keep me interested. I really couldn't believe the characters or their interactions. The scenes which should have been funny were only mildly amusing. 1001
Jim B (fr) wrote: Dumb plot about dumb people -- got bored an hour in. Skip unless your a huge Samuel L Jackson fan
Andrew H (ag) wrote: not the kind of film i prefer investing so much time into, but a pretty well done and sometimes creepy true crime movie.