Bullet to Beijing
When long-time British agent Harry Palmer loses his job because the Cold War is over, he's promptly approached by a Russian bossman, Alex. In St. Petersburg Alex tells Harry of his plan for Russia's future, which is threatened because a deadly biochemical weapon called the Red Death has been stolen from him. He'll pay Harry handsomely to retrieve it. An ex-spy friend tips Harry off that it's being sent to Beijing by train, aboard which we begin to learn whose side everyone's really on.
- Stars:Anatoly Kulbitsky, Shaughan Seymour, Michael Caine, Corinna Richards, Tamara Timofeeva, Jason Connery, Anatoli Shvedersky, Helena Michell, Juliette Benson, Patrick Allen, Sue Lloyd, Annika Bullus, Chris Tulloch, Mia Sara, Michael Gambon,
- Country:UK, USA, Canada
- Director:George Mihalka,
- Writer:Harry Alan Towers (screenplay), Len Deighton (characters)
A retired British spy is called back into service by his government to help prevent North Korea from getting its hands on a deadly virus called "The Red Death." . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bullet to Beijing torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: mmmmmm watching porn with another hundred people i dont think so
(mx) wrote: A curious noir riff, grounded by Shea Whigham's remarkable performance as a psychopath (sociopath?) on the run.
(us) wrote: A surprisingly good movie! A great story, convincingly told. Didn't have that "made on shoestring budget" feel at all... Definitely worth Netflixing.
(br) wrote: Pollock is a good but not a great film. Ed Harris' project would almost suggest that Jackson was less a genius and more someone who found an easier way to paint. Kind of like the paint by numbers approach to stardom
(jp) wrote: The girl is out there.
(br) wrote: I'll see this when I can get it from Netflix. In the meantime, I hear the original is better anyhow.
(au) wrote: Lovely shots of the mosquitos but even for the time dodgy special effects
(ru) wrote: 75% "Oh no! Doctor, please no episiotomy. She wants to be back at the dating pool in six to eight weeks, so if you could let it tear naturally."-Jason Fryman (Adam Scott)
(es) wrote: "THE COCKER SPANIEL AND THE MUTT" - One of Disney's most known love stories is the 1955 animation film 'Lady and the Tramp'. Based on 'Happy Dan, the Whistling Dog' by Ward Greene, this 15 Disney Classic is pure nostalgia and takes a person back to his childhood due to the unforgettable characters and catchy songs. The film tells the love story of Cocker Spaniel Lady and stray mutt Tramp. It was listed 95th in the most romantic movies ever made. Who doesn't remember the spaghetti and meatball scne? The spoiled Cocker Spaniel Lady lead a happy life with the couple Jim and Darling. But when they are expecting a baby, Lady feels pushed aside. She finds comfort with her neighborhood friends Jock the Scottish Terrier and Trusty the old Bloodhound, but gets interrupted by stray mutt Tramp who overheard the conversation. He believes that when the baby moves in, the dog will move out.Luckily all Lady's worries seem to disappear when she's introduced to the newly born. But shortly after that, Jim and Darling go on a trip and have asked their aunt Sarah to look after the baby. The fat woman has brought her diabolical Siamese cats, who cause trouble. When Lady gets blamed, she runs away from home.
(ag) wrote: While it may feel unnecessary to those who've seen the Swedish original, Let Me In is made with care and affection for it's source material. Under lesser direction this could have been the disaster that most modern horror remakes turn out to be, but, thankfully the film succeeds in it's determination to retell this vampire fairy tale.
(mx) wrote: Jim Carrey doesn't believe in vaccinations. He and his movies are idiotic