Carnera: The Walking Mountain

Carnera: The Walking Mountain

The life of Primo Carnera a.k.a. "Ambling Alp", Italian professional boxer and the World Heavyweight Champion from June 1933 to June 1934, but also accused by some of having ties to the mob.

The life of Primo Carnera a.k.a. "Ambling Alp", Italian professional boxer and the World Heavyweight Champion from June 1933 to June 1934, but also accused by some of having ties to the mob. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Carnera: The Walking Mountain torrent reviews

Justin J (mx) wrote: B-A thoroughly nasty, fun movie. If the movie wasn't as bloody as it was I really don't think I would have liked it as much. Don't expect great acting or any plot, but if youre looking for a bloody slasher film than this movie is for you.

Walter C (au) wrote: A tough guy yakuza gets out of jail and helps a young girl find her mother. Also, ten billion yen has been stolen from a yakuza gang so they are busy looking for it.It's based off a video game from Sega and it feels like a video game plot. Large gangs are walking around and doing battles in the streets like in video games and one guy keeps on coming back over and over like a video game boss. When people throw punches, they glow and in one scene, the hero drinks something that makes him super powerful and it all works. The movie feels like a live action video game.

Casey B (de) wrote: Such a gorgeous film

ashwin n (us) wrote: Daan schuurman Goerina verbaan

Dominic F (gb) wrote: Steven Seagal and DMX. What could possibly go wrong? Moreover, what on Earth has Seagal been eating that he got so heavy? But we hadn't seen the worst out of him yet, unfortunately: His next film starred Ja Rule!

Mike B (de) wrote: Silly and incredibly improbable rom-com starring Julia Roberts' clone, the beautiful Monica Potter. I will not give away much about the plot, except that the beautiful American randomly and separately runs into three best friends in London, a city with 10,000,000 people (mentioned in the film) and becomes involved with all three, each unbeknownst to the others. Wow, that was a mouthful, and the plot is just as hard to swallow. Nonetheless, there is some charm to this, and it has a good cast.

Timm S (jp) wrote: Such Decrepit Conditions Push Behaviour Where Rats (Prisoners) In Cages Lose All Sense Of Dignity... Not Much Further Takes You Toward Insanity & You'd Do Anything To Survive. Crazy, Immoral Ideas Don't Seem So Unusual In Such Circumstances..Poor Bloody Guys. The Loss Of Hope Would Of Been The Biggest Killer.

Vera V (gb) wrote: This was my favorite of John Wayne-John Ford movies. Maureen O'Hara is a beautiful woman. Victor McLaglen is one fun actor.

Jamie C (kr) wrote: A very good fun entertaining action film that doesn't waste much time in getting to the action, Liam does well in playing the hero, A very simple plot, A good way to spend an hour and a half.

Sophie R (mx) wrote: In the beginning of the film we see a flashback with Thorin and Gandalf, clarifying the spark of the journey. This would've been a good scene in the first movie, but I appreciate it all the same. To me, the action seemed to be lacking in the previous movie in the trilogy, then it was all squashed into its sequel and the middle movie,The Desolation of Smaug. While there was more action, it lacked plot. The original meaning of the movie seemed to be an after thought. Sure we still see Bilbo transform into the hero in our story, but it lacks reason as it is all compressed into a few battle scenes in a single movie. Another thing Jackson (director) seemed to rush is the bond formed between Bilbo and the ring. Bilbo's obsession with the ring is supposed to grow throughout movie visibly, but we only see him use it during battle. Otherwise, I found the second movie relatively enjoyable, or at least an improvement from the first.

Rebecca H (br) wrote: You'd think a spoof of Sherlock Holmes would be diabolical trash, but Without A Clue works because the plot has credibility. The shy Dr Watson is an investigative genius, driven to despair when he makes the mistake of casting an actor to play his fictional Sherlock Holmes. Ben Kingsley is restrained as the unappreciated Watson (Crime Doctor), almost bringing a tear to the eye. His spirits crushed, his pride hurt, pompously infuriated with his partner's bungling, he comes to hate Holmes. Michael Caine is hilarious as Reginald Kincaid, the stupid and caddish actor who has to pretend to be the famous detective, and Jeffrey Jones adds fun support as the competitive Inspector Lestrade. The character interactions are very amusing, the material is all cheerfully fun, the plot is engaging enough. It's a treat.

Gary B (it) wrote: Absolutely love this movie, so refreshing, fun and memorable, especially all the quotes. Great performance from Ryan Reynolds MAXIMUM EFFORT reaps it's rewards. Awesome!