For the Love of Money

For the Love of Money

Spanning over two decades, "For the Love of Money" follows the true account of an Israeli immigrant who searches for his piece of the American dream.

One man leaves his old gangster lifestyle for a fresh start. As his past creeps up he'll have to protect his family even if it means going back to his old ways. Based on a true story. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jonathan Y (kr) wrote: What a disaster! The first half of the movie is full of slapstick comedy, and then it somehow turns into a melodrama. For a movie about a military strategist, there are surprisingly few battle scenes.

Private U (kr) wrote: from that cover it can only be good....

Allan C (es) wrote: Awful update of the classic Bill Cosby/Robert Culp TV series. Though Eddie Murphy hasn't made anything good in years, I still consider myself a fan, so I went into the film wanting to like it. Owen Wilson displays is usual easy charm, which carries the film more than it deserves, but it's far from enough to make this unfunny and uninteresting comedy/action film worth watching. Famke Janssen recycles her Bond girl creed in this film and Malcolm McDowell plays one of his interchangeable villains. A complete waste of talent.

Rich A (es) wrote: It might be dumb, but I still love it. I laughed through the whole movie. My wife hates it. She doesn't get it.

Vincent H (ag) wrote: I thought it was a very touching story- mostly because John Belushi has so much charm and charisma that you can't help but smile and laugh at his one-liners. He did a wonderful job. As for the story, it's a good one but the romantic relationship that evolves from the two lovers comes out of no build-up or courtship whatsoever. I guess then maybe that's the point- they're just animals.

Justin A (nl) wrote: It predates The Amityville Horror, but I still did not care for this movie. A lot of these haunted house movies where the characters are going insane and you don't actually see the ghosts really bores me. Might work great as a novel (and I'm sure Burnt Offerings is a great horror novel), but as a movie, I'm usually struggling to stay awake. The only exception to this would be The Haunting, but that was a different class of movie altogether. Burnt Offerings is just a tedious movie that doesn't do anything special or memorable. The performances are fine, and there is some decent imagery (like the mortician with the casket), but most of the movie just felt dull and lifeless. There's supposed to be an old woman upstairs the entire movie, and three of the characters never see or hear her. I actually forgot there was supposed to be someone up there because the movie practically ignores that part. It's fine if you like these kinds of haunted house movies, but it's not my thing. At least it was better than The Amityville Horror, but that's not really saying much anyway.

Grant S (br) wrote: Dull and seemingly interminable. Starts slowly, continues going slowly, thinks of speeding up, but then goes slowly, and eventually ends. All this, and the movie didn't really make a point. It is simply one long drifting story.Plus, the whole movie just seems culturally stereotypical and insensitive. Americans, even senior officers in their army, are brash, boorish louts. Japanese women are submissive to the extreme. And don't get me started on Chinese actors/actresses being cast as Japanese...Performances are OK. The standout is probably Susuka Ohgo as the young Chiyo. American characters are not played well at all.