Landing in jail for a petty theft crime, Alvin finds himself sharing a cell with John Jaster, the incarcerated half of the pair of high-tech thieves responsible for the missing gold. His partner, Bristol, is still at large. Alvin wants only to get out of prison and start fresh with his girlfriend, Lisa, and when the Feds, led by U.S. Treasury investigator Clenteen, set him loose on a sketchy deal, he thinks his luck has changed. Alvin has his freedom and the Feds have found their bait.

Alvin Sanders, a petty thief is on the way to prison while he is sharing the cell with John Jaster, one half of the criminal team who has stolen $42 million worth of gold. Happened to hear the last word of John, Alvin then is being used to find where the gold is hidden with a tracking device in his jaw. Alvin now is stuck in the battle of finding the gold between Bristol, a genius criminal and Clenteen, US Treasury agent. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Bait torrent reviews

Rodrigo G (mx) wrote: Que desperdcio de potencial...

Jerrod K (fr) wrote: Many A-grade actors, but for a documentary style film it really wasn't that entertaining

Rafael L (gb) wrote: Genuine heartbreaking.

Daniel C (ca) wrote: Has set a new standard in Australian filmaking. Absolutley Terrific. Compelling and Confronting, Extremely shocking and so purposeful.

Lisa W (ru) wrote: Odd but somewhat compelling.

Emilia G (jp) wrote: Un film tratado con mucha inteligencia. Muuuuyyy bueno

Patrick F (ru) wrote: It has flaws, but it's Disney charm is hard to resist.

Matt C (mx) wrote: My guilty pleasure. Shhh!

Matthew H (de) wrote: Midnight is one of the most fun, entertaining, hilarious road comedies I've seen in a while, if not ever. The chemistry between de Niro and Grodin is natural and not forced, and the dialogue is fresh and exciting, not to mention witty. The movie glides with ease from scene to scene, plot point to plot point, and you want it to keep going even after the movie ends. One of De Niro's best performances.

Jonathan M (kr) wrote: Melville has some great, stylish scenes here (the first one in the club, the heist), but this movie is way overlong (2.5 hrs) and Lino Ventura puts in a good performance as his usual gangster. However, the idea that this is some kind of psychologically authentic sometime thriller seems misplaced as these characters never transcend genre types despite a dialogue-heavy script.

Stuart M (ca) wrote: A really good horror film with an antagonist you can gradually watch transform into a full-on villain. One of Kevin Bacon's better performances. It remains a very intelligent horror flick until Bacon turns outright villainous, at which point everyone turns incredibly dumb. I get people not thinking clearly in a crisis but I'd be more likely to become overparanoid when locked in a facility with an invisible crazy man than utterly complacent. They have IR goggles that would solve all their problems, but they never wear them so that they can show off the cool effects instead.

Vincent P (ca) wrote: Not particularly strong in the story or acting departments (the actress playing Parisa couldn't deliver a line to save her life and the actor playing The Deev apparently never got the memo that there's a veryyy fine line between hammy and terrible) but it's a fun brief ride with lots of nifty effects and visuals. The stop-motion effects would've made Harryhausen proud.

Peter C (mx) wrote: This childrens animated adaptation of the Shakesperean play Hamlet is ideal for family watching. While it has a plot that has enough depth for the adult viewer, it also has the animation and fun songs to keep the younger watchers interested. When stacked up against other movies in the same category such as, Tarzan and Beauty and the Beast, it rises above, as i t seamlessly adapts this literary classic to the movie screen. Where those fall short, this animated masterpiece rises above the rest, having better adaptations to classic literature. While, Tarzan is not close to the source material in terms of story at all, the Lion King stays true to the source material, except for killing every character off at the end. While the story of Hamlet is an emotionally scarring one, this Disney adaptation is something that your entire family will cherish together until the day that they die.The characters in this movie are also ideal for any family that appeal to many demographics, some include, wacky Zazu, paternal Mufasa, wise Rafiki and the classic characters of Timon and Pumbaa. This cast of characters is so diverse that it is widely acclaimed as one of the most groundbreaking casts ever, with a white son of two black actors and a same sex couple struggling to raise an adopted child. All of these story lines allow for this cast to mold into one like none that you have ever seen on any screen.This movie is a very fast moving film, at some points it gives you the feel of a childrens adventure film, others it gives off the scent of your favorite romantic comedy but it also gives the testosterone filled action that every dad will enjoy as he watches this classic with his children. The universality of this movie is one of its strong suits, it has something for everyone in your family. You will never have to argue over which movie to watch again.One of the most important lessons that your children can take from this movie is that you can never run from your responsibilities. Whenever they ask you, "mom can I skip my homework tonight?" You can simply respond, "Well honey, do you remember what happened to the Pridelands when Simba ran away? Do you want Daddy to die and your Uncle to move in and burn our house down?" You will never have to worry about your kids whining about doing chores again!!!While this is an American treasure whos legacy will last forever, there is no denying that there are some drawbacks. One of which is that it promotes classism. Although your kids may not be aware of the political agendas present in this film, they do have a lasting impression on your kids. The classism is obvious from the very first scene of the movie when all of the species made the long trip to Pride rock in order to bow down to their supreme overlords who may eat them at any time. While it is a cool image in the movie, it can give your child an inflated sense of importance, for example, after watching this movie with their child, my neighbor had a lot of trouble controlling his son after he was sent home from school for running around and claiming that he, "ruled everything that the sun touches" while he was stealing others pencils and toys.Another drawback that this movie has, in the past been seen to be emotionally scarring to some children. Even though this is a G rated movie, there is not a single person that has seen this movie who doesn't remember the overwhelming sadness that overcame them the first time they saw the tragic scene in the crevice. Just be aware of this scene when watching with small children, if they seem to act out afterwards, I would recommend seeking counciling, but I would say this is a cultural experience that you should not deprive your children of. In conclusion, if you consider yourself a good parent, and your kids haven't watched this movie, please contact this number 800-252-2873 and tell them about it, they will be more than happy to help you out.

David M (au) wrote: A fantastic "hang-out" movie that makes you feel like you're not enjoying life like you should.