Gone In Sixty Seconds
Upon learning that he has to come out of retirement to steal 50 cars in one night to save his brother Kip's life, former car thief Randall "Memphis" Raines enlists help from a few "boost happy" pals to accomplish a seemingly impossible feat. From countless car chases to relentless cops, the high-octane excitement builds as Randall swerves around more than a few roadblocks to keep Kip alive.
We will follow a well-known car thief in Los Angeles who left his job. Suddenly he is forced to continue the job to take a special mission. His brother wants to become a nortorious thief like him but his plan falls through. He is kidnapped by LA gangster. Now the thief must save his brother from death . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Gone In Sixty Seconds torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: barring music and randeep, u have the recipe of one of the disastrous movies of the year
(br) wrote: "You piss your pants and learn to love it" is probably the best line in the show. Not my favorite military covert flick but sitting through it isn't painful either. Billy Zane with the My-Name-is-Earl look kinda works for him
(br) wrote: It's not as gross as most of the other J-Splatter films, and lacks the sheer insanity of Tokyo Gore Police, but the giant robot was awesome.
(kr) wrote: Sad performance. Waste of money.
(nl) wrote: Excellent fantasy film with a twisted sense of humor and top notch effects. Think of it as a cross between Nightmare Before Christmas and Harry Potter.
(ag) wrote: This movie was BAD & not in a good way
(ag) wrote: A decent fun horror movie that anyone can enjoy. Now there may be flaws such as the people's complete lack of sense. Example is how they decide to walk into a strangers house use their bathroom, and rummage through their stuff while that person is away. It was a good movie in the sense of how %#@ creepy the hillbillies look. To sum this movie up it's like a big cat and mouse game in the forest.
(ca) wrote: The people of Japan come up with a new scheme to rid themselves of Godzilla, but it goes horribly awry and ends up creating a swarm of giant bugs who also wreak havoc on Japan and also spawns a queen, dubbed Megaguirus. I suppose the novelty of Godzilla fighting swarms of monster bugs is something not in prior films, but it wasn't really all that interesting after the initial attack. Then once Godzilla starts fighting Megaguirus, it was pretty standard, but the special effects were better than most Godzilla films. However, as with the rest of the millennium Godzilla films, the getter special effects seemed to somehow hurt the corny charm of a man-in-a-rubber-suit smashing miniature Tokyo, but they may just be my own nostalgic hang up.
(de) wrote: Good for the occasional chuckle, but this b-horror film will only be truly entertaining in the context of Mystery Science Theatre 3000.
(fr) wrote: bale is pretty young in this one...
(it) wrote: I was one of the few who really liked this sequel to THE LAST PICTURE SHOW.
(de) wrote: this final work between star & director was awesome
(ca) wrote: Riveting first-rate production of German U-Boat on patrol during WWII that seems to capture the mood, tension and events just right. Somewhat strange that you begin to root for our WWII enemies, made possible by the crew lacking in Nazi ideology.
(br) wrote: "Wendigo"s heart seems to be in the right place but it can't pump any blood.
(fr) wrote: The Dean/Jerry balance is how I like it, with Dean getting a few songs and Jerry allowed to run amok the rest of the time. He even gets a girl in this one. Again, it isn't brilliant or subtle comedy, and there's really nothing unique or original about it, but for Lewis fans it gets the job done.
(ca) wrote: A lovely comedic fantasy from Rene Clair, with a brilliant cast and nice effects.
(it) wrote: A very funny movie. I had never seen Bogart do comedy before but he pulled it off quite nicley
(br) wrote: A well-shot, well-acted film with a socially provocative screenplay. It was surprisingly relevant for present day America as it contains some pretty realistic depictions of ultra-conservative propaganda. Interesting how prejudice and discrimination have not much altered since 1937.
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