Lou (Burt Lancaster), a small time gangster who thinks he used to be something big, meets and falls for a sexy casino employee named Sally (Susan Sarandon). She needs his help realizing her dream of going to Monte Carlo, a symbol of the glamorous life that she has been looking for so desperately.
- Category:Action, Crime, Drama, Romance
- Stars:Susan Sarandon, Elias Koteas, Wallace Shawn, Burt Lancaster, Kate Reid,
- Country:France, Canada
- Director:Louis Malle,
- Writer:John Guare
The film tells the story of the changes encountered by people when gambling is legalized in Atlantic City. A small-time gangster and the estranged wife of a pot dealer finds themselves thrown together in an escapade of love, money, drugs, and danger. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Atlantic City torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Best Pakistani movie to come out after such a long time. In line with the best hollywood movies. A superb masterpiece! Not to be missed.
(gb) wrote: Yea I think this idea has been used before...and much better. This was pretty boring.
(jp) wrote: A cute love story that involves a boy trying to make people around him respect life more. But the way he is doing it is questionable. He falls in love with this young girl and while there love cannot be right now, they look to the possibilities of the future with hope.
(gb) wrote: Amazing. Louis Malle makes a film about the love for the theater, and the love for the art, and the joy, the insight that it provides to life. All the cast is exemplary, but I think Brooke Smith is the revelation here. It takes a while to grow on you, but if you go past the first few slow minutes, you're about to experience a real journey into the heart of the thespian mystery.
(jp) wrote: It's worth it to see Wings Hauser get choked out in the first fifteen minutes.
(de) wrote: A awesome genre defining comedy...
(mx) wrote: One of my top 5 favorite movies. Excellent.
(ca) wrote: The curse of the sequel striked again here. I watched In the Heat Of the Night a few months ago and really enjoyed it. I decided to watch the sequel after noticing it in a shop. I was really disappointed in this film. Poitier gives a tired, almost going through the motions type, performance. The other actors struggled to make an impression. By the end of the movie I was indifferent as to the killer's identity. There seemed to be a lack of suspense. Overall, I think this is a very poor film.
(de) wrote: Film realise a petit budget qui reussit le tour de rendre une ambiance malefique delicieuse a souhait
(de) wrote: Licence to Kill marked the end up of a lot of things for Bond. It was the last for Dalton as 007, Robert Brown as M, Caroline Bliss as Moneypenny, and plenty more behind the scenes people as well. It also marked the first time a Bond film was absolutely not full of humor and tongue and cheek in tone. Some people say that was the downfall of the film from the beginning. I didn't have a problem with it. Yes, sometimes the deaths can be a little jarring in terms of Bond's history, but the dark tone was needed for the story they were trying to tell.We begin with an electrifying pre-credits sequence. One that closely resembles the opening scene of 2012's The Dark Knight Rises. I don't think it's a coincidence considering how big of a fan Christopher Nolan is of the franchise. His best friend Felix Leiter of the CIA, who he just helped take down a drug lord, was left for dead right after his own wedding. The drug lord, named Franz Sanchez, also murdered Leiter's wife after feeding Leiter to the sharks. After Bond finds out that Leiter is close to death and his wife's murder, he sets out on a path of revenge. It's a different take on the Bond story and one that Quantom of Solace somewhat follows years later. Bond goes Rogue from MI6 and goes undercover under Sanchez in hopes of taking his entire operation down.Although him leaving MI6 doesn't do much to help the story because he usually works by himself out in the field after getting a mission, the film felt different anyway. Plus, Q has a bigger role which is always warranted with Desmond Llewelyn. The action is fantastic for the most part including a seemingly Raiders of the Lost Ark inspired end chase sequence and not a single ski chase! Although there is one underwater action scene, but it's not as distracting as years past. I don't think Moore or Connery would have pulled off the Rogue Bond as well as Dalton, but they always pulled off the romances. That's the one complaint I have with Dalton, he never sold me on any of his relationships in either of his two films.Dalton is a rougher Bond than his predecessors and so are his two films. But it served as a welcomed change to the franchise. I really enjoyed both of his films and it's unfortunate he didn't get a chance to do more films. The over the top action and humor is not here and it gives the films the realness they deserve. On a side note, it was cool seeing Benicio Del Toro show up as one of the villains.+Dalton goes Rogue+Grounded+Real stakes+Action-Romances-Deaths can be jarring and graphic for the series7.0/10
(fr) wrote: I wish I could give this a zero. it's not so bad it's good. it's just so bad
(jp) wrote: Would have seen it back then, but now, nope!
(ru) wrote: Micheal Dougherty scores another home run with his second holiday themed horror movie. Krampus is without a doubt a new Christmas classic for any fans of good old fashioned thrills and scares.There's an undeniable sense of true craftsmanship from Dougherty and company displayed on screen. The use of practical effects and costumes (especially with Krampus and his minions), the caliber of character actors onscreen, and the beautiful but foreboding cinematography come together in a delightfully creepy way.I'm genuinely surprised that this film isn't getting higher ratings. To each their own of course, but there's far more care and effort put into this than most Hollywood releases these days. At the very least, try to see it once before writing it off. You may be pleasantly surprised.
(ca) wrote: Stunning to the eyeballs and earballs, but I feel like the "international cut" isn't the way to go when watching this. There's a lot of vagueries I'm sure are explained in the four minutes that got lopped off.