A detective gets involved with the beautiful daughter of an old friend. The daughter turns out to be a jewel thief, who in turn gets the detective involved in a caper in Austria. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Fine Pair
A detective gets involved with the beautiful daughter of an old friend. The daughter turns out to be a jewel thief, who in turn gets the detective involved in a caper in Austria.
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Kevin C (ru) wrote: The first thing that you will notice about this documentary is, unfortunately, its overt bias against these two infamous billionaires. However, you will quickly find that the bias of the film is actually overshadowed by the undeniable and true (and downright terrifying) facts that the documentary puts forward.Certain segments of this film, such as those about North Carolina's Wake County school board election, or those about startlingly high rates of cancer in Arkansas communities hosting a local Georgia Pacific plant, have happened, and are continuing to happen at increasing rates all across the country. There's no way around the fact that our country is being run by a dastardly gang amongst us: the 1%.I would recommend that everyone watch this documentary (it's only 1 hr!), and learn from it the importance of being politically active and aware in our local communities. We are the only hope for our nation. We all need to pay more attention, let our morals guide us, and oppose such unrelenting greed from taking the hope and opportunity out of this great nation...
Michael T (fr) wrote: When this came out a few years ago I avoided it because it looked like a stupid Comedy with a silly premise. Then I read Tom Demichael's Modern Sci-Fi Films FAQ and the fairly positive review that this film was given in the section of films dealing with time travel so I decided to check it out. It is crude, profanity-laden and sexist but it also defied expectations and turned what could have been a silly one-note joke into a fairly funny film. Adam (John Cusack) has been dumped by his girlfriend and is unfulfilled in his job; his nephew Jacob (Clark Duke) lives in his basement and plays way too many video games; his friend Nick (Craig Robinson) feels his wife is cheating on him and gave up his dreams of a music career for a steady pay-cheque in a dog grooming shop; and then there is Lou (Rob Corrdy) the party animal still looking for a party that ended a long time ago. Somehow, a weekend trip to the ski resort Adam, Nick, and Lou had the time of their lives in back in the eighties winds up with our heroes travelling back to 1986. There is a lot of satire of the 1980s but there are moments of genuine warmth. Some of jokes involving vomit and gay panic were tasteless but I laughed more than I groaned. You can't replay your life but if you did what would you do? With Chevy Chase as a mysterious repairman, Crispan Glover as a bellhop, and Billy Zabko as a high roller who bets with Lou over the outcome of a football game.
Darrin C (ca) wrote: Pretty damn original, but unnecessarily slow in parts. It was funny, but especially for the chick's facial expressions.
danela h (jp) wrote: an interesting take on how zombies could be created
MK S (de) wrote: Spooky, but love that Luke Goss!!
k p (ca) wrote: Oh! i remembr dis one. It was k. hehee u want me 2tell ya d' ending lol.... nthng spectacular dat's for sure
Alex Z (kr) wrote: Very intense and we'll acted period piece.
Nate W (jp) wrote: "The Story of Adele H." tells the real life account of Adele Hugo (daughter of renowned French writer Victor) and her doomed mission to win the hand of ex-beau Lt. Albert Pinson in marriage. At first the film feels very constricted, as many of Truffaut's films do, but as Adele's love continues to go unrequited and her obsession grows to the point of chronic lying and stalking Lt. Pinson, Truffaut loosens up and we become more fascinated by her uncontainably passionate character. Much credit for this must go to Isabelle Adjani's marvelous performance, which bursts with emotion and vitality.
Ryan M (es) wrote: Brody is a fine actor, but this film comes across as pretentious and self-important. Almost to the extent that it unwittingly reaches into the realm of black comedy. Almost. At several points in the film I even asked aloud, "Are you serious?" Because I couldn't quite decide if it were serious.First, in a genius stroke of irony, we get to hear Adrien Brody lecture to a class of kids about how there are more important things in life than looks. Next our hero instantly connects with and rights a few hardened inner-city school kids. Then, and I'm not joking about this, the flawed hero swoops in an rescues a young prostitute from the streets.This film is about a mile wide and about a millimeter thick. My eyes were literally tired from all the eye rolling. I added a star, however, for superb acting and a great cast, but that's the best I can do.
Petros T (us) wrote: Certainly more forgettable than the original, "Johnny English Reborn" sometimes feels rather forced but is overall redeemed by the always reliable Rowan Atkinson and the occasional highlights.
Jayakrishnan R (mx) wrote: 83%Saw this on 3/6/15Terrific performances from DiCaprio, Kate Winslet and Michael Shannon save Revolutionary Road from it's lousy direction and lack of clarity towards the end. The film is extremely realistic with hard etched characters and I can relate myself extremely with DiCaprio's Frank Wheeler.