711 Ocean Drive

711 Ocean Drive

The Horatio Alger parable gets the film noir treatment with the redoubtable Edmund O’Brien as a whip-smart telephone technician who moves up the ladder of a Syndicate gambling empire in Southern California until distracted by an inconveniently married Joanne Dru and his own greed. Ripped from the headlines of the 1950 Kevaufer Organized Crime Hearings, this fast-moving picture is laden with location sequences shot in Los Angeles, the Hoover Dam and Palm Springs including the famous Doll House watering hole on North Palm Canyon Drive!

An electronics expert creates a huge bookie broadcast system for his crime boss, and takes over operations when his boss is murdered. His greed leads him on a deadly destructive path. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


711 Ocean Drive torrent reviews

YK G (ru) wrote: Slightly laudable as far as a tribute to HK movies goes, but the re-imagined parodies didn't work at all.

Jesse K (us) wrote: I've been waiting to see this movie ever since I first became obsessed with the trailer many years ago. It looked like it was made for me but the poor reviews turned me away. Well, I finally settled down to give it a chance and I was not disappointed. First of all, this movie is NOT very good. Many scenes are completely absurd, with lyrics and performances being slightly below average. But boy is it FUN. I would say the most captivating thing about Repo is the world itself. The film does a fantastic job of creating a horrific, cyberpunk/gothic dystopia filled to the brim with style and creativity. The characters are another highlight, each offering a unique perspective on the story while providing laughs along the way. The costumes are incredible too, bringing these macabre denizens to life. Yes, the movie is an opera, meaning everything is sung. Sometimes the musical numbers aren't the best that they could be but I honestly couldn't imagine this film with a typical script. Even when the lyrics are cheesy and crass beyond belief, I still had a big goofy smile across my face. Many have compared this to The Rocky Horror Picture Show (a film which I care very little for), but they really are quite different. One of the similarities would have to be their schlocky style and cult status. I guess that's why I like Repo so much. It almost qualifies as "so bad it's good" but there are genuinely great things about it as well. It's the perfect combination of goth aesthetic, rock tunes, and plenty of gore. I already want to watch it again.

Pamela G (mx) wrote: Disturbing, but well done! Keeps you captivated!

Indira S (au) wrote: both lead actors delivered good performances, only something feels wrong, i dont know whether it's the story or,,,,, (i dont know, obviously i'm not and expert to tell)

Marin K (us) wrote: Crazy British humor!

Jonathan P (fr) wrote: What a sad....sad....sad excuse for a movie. Nothing good came from watching this. The costume was horrible and the acting was just as bad. If you are going to make a movie with basketball as a key point make sure the basketball scenes aren't so choreographed that it looks stupid.

Sally S (ru) wrote: I've only seen parts of this, and I would have to say that it was the first movie I've ever seen in which I actually liked Joaquin Phoenix. Vince Vaughn seemed super creepy.

Brett S (ru) wrote: A much more sentimental and dramatic work from director Tim Burton, Ed Wood successfully combines heart, drama, thoughtfulness, oddities, and comedy thanks to a talented cast and a strong narrative

Jerem M (gb) wrote: Laughable paint-by-numbers biopic, smothered in cheese and overacting.

Scot C (gb) wrote: Goldie Hawn was so damn cute! The boot camp is missed when the story moves away from it in the last quarter.

Steven M (ca) wrote: This was an interesting portrayal of John Lennon's early life. The drawing scene in his class was classic!

T G (ru) wrote: A complete and utter work of art. This film remarkably depicts the most essential feeling of love artistically and in a truly moving way. This film will bring you to tears with the totally honest and sincere presentation of human emotion that has ever been turned into film. One of the greatest movies ever made, simply put.

Yash B (it) wrote: Because of Will Smith it is an above average movie. I had a good time with it. It doesn't do anything extraordinary but it is a feel good movie that is worth seeing.

Caitlin L (nl) wrote: They keep getting better.

Aaron G (de) wrote: As scary as any of the others in the series.

Pam R (es) wrote: I just watched this for Chris Hemsworth.