Gimme the Loot

Gimme the Loot

Malcolm and Sofia, two determined teens from the Bronx, are the ultimate graffiti-writers. When a rival gang buffs their latest masterpiece, they must hatch a plan to get revenge by tagging an iconic NYC landmark, but they need to raise $500 to pull off their spectacular scheme. Over the course of two whirlwind, sun-soaked summer days, Malcolm and Sofia travel on an epic urban adventure involving black market spray cans, illicit bodegas, stolen sneakers, a high stakes heist, and a beautiful, stoned girl whose necklace is literally their key to becoming the biggest writers in the City.

When their latest work is buffed by a rival crew, two determined graffiti writers embark on an elaborate plan to bomb the ultimate location: the New York Mets' Home Run Apple. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Gimme the Loot torrent reviews

Josh F (ag) wrote: Interesting concept that was relatively well-executed. Rappaport doesn't do bad work.

Matt D (au) wrote: This is an outstanding crime action thriller. Johnny Strong is convincing in the lead role of Sean Riley, a New Orleans cop who is assigned a grisly homicide case with a young Detective, Will Ganz (Kevin Phillips). Riley discovers that his old friend Colin (Sean Patrick Flanery) is involved in some way and has to figure out what his friend has gotten himself into whilst trying to solve the case.The characters themselves tick quite a lot of boxes of what you would expect from a cop action thriller but there is more to them than these familiar architypes. William Kaufman doesn't create a set of characters in his screenplay, he manages to create people who we can believe. There are a few nice cameos from some well known actors of the past, Tom Berenger and Jurgen Prochnow stand out above all others. The film doesn't let up on the brutality, nor does it shy away from it. At it's core the film is a throwback to the crime films of the 70s and 80s, taking inspiration from the buddy cop genre with some of it's scenes. And yet the story is a very contemporary piece.The action sequences are fantastic and with the exception of some of the blood hits there seems to be no CGI involved in their construction. When a car crashes, it really crashes which is a nice change. The scenery is fresh and different, mainly due to it's New Orleans setting. It's incredible to believe that this was an independant production because it has all the hallmarks and production value of a big budget action movie. William Kaufman seems to have put every cent they spent on the screen and he does so with a style the is very reminicent of the Dirty Harry series mixed with Lethal Weapon.

Boris C (fr) wrote: Once again universally acclaimed helmer Brian Levant, who brought upon us modern classics such as "Are We There Yet?" and "Jingle All the Way," does what he does best. And that's to deliver an intricate plot in a fun and jam-packed thrill ride that you'll likely to never forget. The movie's lead, Jackie Chan, provides the charisma and on screen presence rarely seen these days, and I'm almost certain the academy will take notice. The supporting roles filled in by George Lopez, veteran Billy Ray Cyrus, and Amber Valletta are all wonderfully developed and fleshed out. The child actors on display here also do a fantastic job, and I see nothing but a bright future in front of them. I have never seen such true raw emotions evoked in a film before. Truly unprecedented work here. I don't intent on overselling this film, since my review is written right after watching it at an exclusive premier in Canada, but this movie is truly a gem. From the very first lines to the last, the movie never lets up and doesn't get clogged up in any flat jokes (thanks to writers James Greer and Jonathan Bernstein who have previously collaborated on "Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector" and "Max Keeble's Big Move"). The transitions are smooth, and the pacing is unrelenting. Never before has a family comedy been this effective. The new year has barely begun, and we've already had our first masterpiece of the new decade.

Nelson S (es) wrote: classic 1990's! DAMN THE MAN! SAVE THE EMPIRE! great movie with shallow enough character building to keep the movie flowing, but deep enough character building to care about each person... at least just a little bit. my favorite character, Fuckin Warren!

Heather S (au) wrote: Great! A must see at Christmas!

Phyllis F (ru) wrote: The movie was good. Not really Oscar material, but good none the less.

Kenny N (ru) wrote: One of the better late '70s horror TV movies. Based on the book "Summer of Fear" by Lois Duncan (the author of "I Know What You Did Last Summer" and "Stranger With My Face" among other essential reads for budding horror fans), and the first "mainstream" project for Wes Craven, who previously directed "The Last House on the Left" and "The Hills Have Eyes." But the most important part of the equation is Linda Blair. By 1978, Linda had gotten mixed up in a drug deal and that, combined with the spectacular failure of "Exorcist II: The Heretic" the year prior, meant that she was already headed into the "hasbeen" files. The next year would bring the horrifying non-horror film "Roller Boogie" and a long string of dreadful B-movies for a long time. So in this stop gap between two of the worst movies ever made, Blair gives a fine performance in a somewhat-forgotten bit of scariness that still holds up pretty well. (I have no idea what's up with the DVD cover though.)

Willian S (it) wrote: Melhor performance de Deniro e Scorsese!

Andrey B (mx) wrote: Orson Welles' unique vision on films is manifested in his last picture too. Features incredible editing.

Leonard D (gb) wrote: Still awesome after all these years!

Andy B (jp) wrote: A dark yet twisted portrait of grief and how we handle it, I loved it without a doubt one of the better horror genre movies out there