A troubled hedge fund magnate, desperate to complete the sale of his trading empire, makes an error that forces him to turn to an unlikely person for help.

Robert Miller who is a New York millionaire seems is the happiest because of having everything - money, power, a beautiful wife , and a charming daughter. Unfortunately, an terrible mistake happens and devastates maybe his financial empire. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Arbitrage torrent reviews

Mark H (ag) wrote: A sumptuous period drama in which identities change, seemingly unconnected people profoundly affect each other and probability is stretched (at times knowingly). The plot is labyrinthine and is difficult to sum up but the ideas and themes left behind once everything is resolved will keep you mulling the film over for long after it is finished.

Alex C (ca) wrote: A decent couple of hours were spent one day watching this movie on the sci-fi channel.

Gabriel A (de) wrote: Um thriller genrico que visa ressonncia mais profunda, We Own The Night tem uma caracterstica intrigante prejudicada por um enredo que se exige muita credulidade, James Gray se conformar em fazer um previsvel filme gangster clich, joga seu grande elenco no lixo se consagra como um idiota em apuros.

Keith C (au) wrote: A great, sweet and moving film.

Shoaib T (ru) wrote: An underrated movie. I was quite baffled initially but understood the plot after watching the movie twice.

MEC r (jp) wrote: This movie is ok. Nothing that spectacular though.

Graydon B (es) wrote: A good comedy, memorable cast, story, special effects, quotes, etc! I actually highly recommend this if you haven't seen it!

Charly I (ag) wrote: This movie is a terror for little kids.In this movie an elaborate scheme for transplanting a head onto another man's body.

Jonny P (ru) wrote: "Love Happy" is a dim shade of what the Marx Brothers once were. The disjointed script that began as a solo feature for Harpo appears to have been cut and pasted with hedge trimmers and duct tape to include the other two brothers. As a result, the story doesn't make sense, causing the writers to make Groucho into a narrator to explain what is going on (and eliminating him from the majority of the film). There is not a single scene in which all three brothers appear on screen and about a total of three minutes in which two of the three appear together. It is depressing. The equation of witty banter and slapstick humor that brought success to this trio is shelved in lieu of turning half of the script into Harpo squeezing his horn. The only redeeming moments of this film come when the henchmen empty Harpo's pockets for a solid four minutes (so classic) and Harpo and Chico's "conversation." Ironically, these two redemptive scenes are the only scenes that fit the Marx Brothers equation, reminding us of why we love these guys. The obligatory Chico piano solo is a relief from the otherwise mundane plot. Although it goes on for quite a while (probably to take up some time and make the film feature length), it is easily one of the most entertaining parts of the film since everything else is so awful. It's a bad sign when this film is best known for Marilyn Monroe's 15-second walk-on. This is a sad chapter for the Marx Brothers and it only cheapens their comic legacy. Do not watch this film or they may be ruined for you.