Ricky Jay is a world-renowned magician, author, historian and actor (often a mischievous presence in the films of David Mamet and Paul Thomas Anderson) -- and a performer who regularly ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Deceptive Practice: The Mysteries and Mentors of Ricky Jay torrent reviews
Fabio P (ca) wrote: Nice idea, but terrible production. The only fun scenes are those you see in the trailer, most of the acting is mediocre and the plot is ridiculously poor. Nice make-up though.
Jon S (us) wrote: good movie and good performancess.
Taylor M (it) wrote: I actually liked this movie. It was a lot creepier and jumpier than I thought it would be. And although the ending is kind of predictable, I still think it's worth seeing. If you don't mind subtitles that is, since it's in Spanish.
Igor K (ca) wrote: A good qualityerotic thriller from France. The main charachter was well played so the other roles. A story started as two working girls want to decept men and manipulate them and they end with the main seducer in Paris. The storyline went in the other direction then I thought which was a good thing because I didn't expected, but again it had the deja vu flavour. It makes you ask yourself if you are strong enough to resist the temptetaion or fell for it for the sake of "the liberty of joy" which is seems more and more deprived from business people in the West. And it makes you wonder why these things always happen to rich and beatiful people...or just the movies make it so?
Aki H (br) wrote: This film is just pure garbage. Honestly you'll be extremely digested by this abomination. There are no redeeming factor in this film. Majority of the film is disgusting, in fact in the first 7 minutes of the film you'll see Tom Green violating a horse. This whole thing is just a mess. The dialogue is bad since it's written by Tom Green, the other actors did horribly with their performances with bad directions since it's directed by Tom Green, and the main protagonist is just god-awful since it's portrayed by, you've guess it, Tom Green. Stay away from this film. And no, it's not one of those films that is so bad it's good. It's just all bad.
Stuart P (kr) wrote: this film was soooo boring and long a rom-com shouldnt feel more than 90mins but i when watching felt like it was LORD OF RINGS TRILOGY it felt that long haha
Sanity Assassin (gb) wrote: a most english of english films. with a couple of the cast who later went on to this is england (andrew shim & vicky mcclure) and one that went on to dead mans shoes (paddy considine) shane meadows makes another masterpiece. we all know dead mans shoes was great and this is england a masterpiece, but delving back into meadows older stuff we get some closer to the heart stories, especially for those of us who grew up in england. i remember being played with when i was a kid by one older nutty kid and i remember playing with a kid in my road when i was a few years older. dear god... that sounds so michael jackson. anyway, it's obviously not meant like that... hey, wait... i even had a crush on his older sister... only i wasn't a psycho, but yeh... i do wonder why bother having bob hoskins in it for five minutes screen time max!! becase he's english? man, i need some help in working that one out... but frank harper in it too... wasn't he in football factory? anyway, i'm really starting to become a major shane meadows fan. he's not afraid to bear his feelings on film. rather than show them off he's bringing out the skeletons you're meant to hide in the closet in a truly english fashion. foreigners will never get us! especially the yanks who we'll have to slowly explain the whole film too afterwards :-)
Tyler E (es) wrote: This movie was not quite as good as I would have hoped. Acting is choppy, some scenes are slow, John Ritter is probably the best, but Billy Bob Thorton does a good job.
Chris C (ag) wrote: Built mainly on a foundation of suspense, Deadbolt is an edge-of-your-seat thriller with solid performances by Justine Bateman and Adam Baldwin.
Bill T (au) wrote: Nice retelling of the Burke and Hare murder case, which was about 2 low-life lads in the early part of the 19th century selling off bodies to an all too eager Doctor Of Anatomy. They started off grave robbing, but realized they could get more money if they had fresher bodies.... Actually, this seems more of a remake of the excellent "The Flesh And The Fiends " movie from 1960.., Theyve made the right move by trimming the plot and getting rid of some characters, perhaps they put more of a cliff hanger ending in there, but that's ok. Of course, Timothy Dalton is no Peter Cushing, but we'll let that slidw. Actually contains a great cast for it's time.
Heather B (ag) wrote: I thought I was in for some really good bad entertainment. I splept about as much as Hercules did in the movie.
James H (it) wrote: Fascinating depression era film. Walter Huston gives a sincere and great performance as the president. It is dated, but that is what make it so fascinating. Fine supporting cast. A fine classic.
Christopher B (fr) wrote: Hard to believe Jenny A. was 24 here. An early Warwick Davis tour de force. Worth seeing once, twice if you fixate on the purple shoes & tight dress.
David L (jp) wrote: Wouldn't say this is a particularly memorable film but what I do remember is that it was mildly amusing for 90 minutes. I'd say it's like a leaner version of the goonies, which is missing a huge slice of entertainment. Aimed at a slightly more adolescent audience, it has several sexual references, choice language, greater violence, but a similar plot - a group of school friends going in search of treasure. In all honesty, there's not a great deal more to say on this, and even Wikipedia managed to sum it up in a single paragraph. The main thing I've taken from this is a loving for the rocked up version of Louis Armstrong's 'What a Wonderful World', but the rest was merely a slice of fun that won't be relived in a hurry. Given the actors, there was perhaps the potential to provide a greater number of laughs but I feel that its failure to amuse is more likely a sign of me growing out of the maturity bracket that this was actually targeting. 20 years ago maybe, but not now!