Disorganized Crime

Disorganized Crime

Lou Diamond Phillips and Fred Gwynne team up with a gang of professional criminals who have everything it takes to rob a bank. The only things they do have going for them are a cop and his partner, who are dumber than they are! By the time the gang hits the bank vault, it's a safe bet there's going to be organized insanity and disorganized crime!

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:98 minutes
  • Release:1989
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:cabin,   gun,   detective,  

The movie follows career criminal Frank who thinks he's planned the perfect bank heist with his partners in crime. But before his buddies arrive, he's caught, forcing his cohorts to pull the job alone. Frank soon escapes, setting off a search by the bumbling cops. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Disorganized Crime torrent reviews

familiar s (de) wrote: Just another Tigmanshu Dhulia film. Mild action with predictable twists!!!

Berlin O (kr) wrote: This movie should have been the motion picture event of the year. I honestly did enjoy it. Orcs with guns?! amazing. Need sequel.

Sharon D (de) wrote: I know this is a good movie because I've watched it more than once

Oscar S (it) wrote: Time and memory are true artists; they remould reality nearer to the heart's desire. - John Dewey

Melissa R (ag) wrote: an awesome film but I don't recommend it for young viewers

Riley L (gb) wrote: As a surfer and a skater, this movie really paints the picture of many aspects of our own lives, and has amazing symbolism. Most people who watch this movie (who aren't real surf-lovers or skaters) won't understand completely how it is for a sport to be at the face of commercialism. The movie illustrates how commercialism spreads people apart, and how it ruins the aspects of surfing and skating that make it fun. Surfing and skating are very simple sports, and the simplicity of it is what makes the beauty and genuine fun of it possible. Lords of Dogtown is a movie that explains (like all things) that skating and surfing are stripped of the simple, genuine loving fun when they are taken to extreme commercialism. Bonds and friendships (similar to Alva's manager) are not genuinely formed in the pursuit of money. The bonds that you form in any sport really, go deeper and should be foremost in the pursuit of money. This is being seen in the snowboarding world mainly right now, and it's honestly disheartening to watch it get so competitive on the flips and spins, as the simple parts of the sport are forgotten. Which is why the last scene is so beautifully laid out. It reunites the bonds made in the roots, that go deeper than the business and money aspect of life.

Alex P (au) wrote: Not genius.... but also genius.

Adriano B (gb) wrote: Not too much tempted by TV laden tastes, shows something I'd like to see more often in '800 Revolutions'movies: an adventurous and swashbuckling sentiment. Plus, it uses the "Italians get the foreign chick" trope, which I like by the way.

Mark N (ca) wrote: Ticks so many sci-fi boxes and throws in some very interesting actors and yet utterly fails to be an interesting film. The plot is so under developed that it fails to create a single memorable scene or even idea. The sets are well made but also so generic the movie fails to have a distinct look or feel to set it apart. The best way to view is with friends who like deconstructing faulty movies and having fun at its expense.

Josh M (gb) wrote: While most critics really love to hate on this movie, I absolutely love it. It really hit me emotionally and left a huge impact on me the first time I watched it. Denzel Washington gives a very impressive performance.

Benjamin V (au) wrote: Good movie. Great acting. Amazing effects. Unique story. Just awesome!