Kill, threaten, kidnap, maim, murder, steal... Meet the masters. In a world where loyalties are easily abandoned and allegiances bought, six perfect strangers come together to pull off the perfect crime. they must all trust each other. But when their simple robbery explodes into a bloody ambush, the ruthless killers realize that one of them is a cop. But which one?

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Kaante torrent reviews

Ryan W (ru) wrote: There is nothing new about this its the same story about orphans Daniel Radcliffe is quite good in this & there is some good photography but it falls short of its potential.

David S (mx) wrote: It's rare a Troma Movie bores me, while this one pulled it off. It just was a big let down for me right through.

Steve G (fr) wrote: Truly captured something of childhood fear, if incoherent, at times.

Justin J (us) wrote: soooooo good !! gonna watch Grease:LIVE later.

Juan Carlo V (gb) wrote: Simon del desierto its a... it is about... I don't know what I am saying but it is fun saying it. A social-commentary in all aspects of morality and human behavior; it is Brilliant for its sins. Incomplete? some say, it is incomplete, but just open you r mind to the possibilities, the messages, the ending... and you will understand that this film is not incomplete at all, just misunderstood. Luis Banuel is the father of surrealism. One watch is not enough, the next view of this masterpiece will be so much simple to understand, and the next, and the next and the next...and the message will be the same, and I may never get it. Hilarious and horrific, the Disco of Horrors that predicted the future

David B (au) wrote: Warner Brothers studios of the late '20s & early '30s is said to more openly and bluntly portray the lives and struggles of average, working-class people. Moreover, this dance director, Busby Berkeley, are alleged to be somewhat more sensual than their peers.All this is important to me because I find most movies of the 40's and 50's to be way, way too pristine, sterile, and politically-correct (for that time). I am looking forward to seeing more movies prior to the formation of the Production Code Administration (PCA) (1934-1968), which required all filmmakers to submit their films for approval before release (to monitor for everything under the sun).

Harrison R (ca) wrote: Not very funny, but engaging!

Harry D (gb) wrote: an interesting looking into xenophobia and its effects as well as looking into the effects of being orphaned at a young age by hatred xenophobia causes. an enjoyable watch!