Christie Malry's Own Double-Entry

Christie Malry's Own Double-Entry

A man uses the principles of double-entry bookkeeping to settle his accounts with society.

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Christie Malry's Own Double-Entry torrent reviews

LouisPhilippe T (gb) wrote: Bon film mais je trouve qu'il n'y a pas assez de textes. Et la fin...

John (it) wrote: I'm not quite sure whether this was intentionally funny or not. Real lizards that are supposed to be dinosaurs, some hammy acting and a cheesy storyline but put it all together and it's quite enjoyable.

John A (fr) wrote: The film is important not so much for its dramatic footage (though it has that), but for humanizing the downtrodden victims of Katrina. These are people characterized in the media by their economic status, their criminal activities, or their inability to contribute to society. This film takes us into their world, it shows us human beings part of a community, people who struggle to do the right thing, and some who rise to the occasion and exhibit heroism that speaks to what's best about people.

Aaron O (es) wrote: Quietly brilliant. I loved it.

Amanda H (us) wrote: This movie is way too syrupy and melodramatic to be realistic, but that doesn't mean it isn't good. Granted, it's pretty slow moving and definitely not the best James Franco movie I've seen, but it's worth sitting through.

Jason H (us) wrote: An amazing story about movies and a tragic life story of an interesting yet deeply disturbed man.

suwarna k (ca) wrote: if you are a lover of serial killer films, you should watch this, not as better as seven.

Amit C (it) wrote: What a movie, great storyline, cool actors, nice tunes and non-stop action people. This could be the ONLY match to Sholay, but Sholay has the edge according to fact and figures.

Inaia M (it) wrote: why is it I can't watch it

Cliff S (br) wrote: "Look around, we haven't seen a single white person in miles!" "What are you talking about? Look, there's one right there. Oh him." HAHA!

Teoman P (gb) wrote: Another classic film noir, a re-version of Bonnie and Clyde. Full of little humorous touches but contains a load of suspense, I'd recommend it if you want to discover a very well made old movie, one of the first spoken movies in history and already a masterpiece at its time.