Let's Rob the Bank

Let's Rob the Bank

Victor Garnier a perdu presque toutes ses économies en suivant les indications du directeur de la banque. Maintenant il n'a plus de sous. Mais une idée géniale lui vient à l'esprit: si la ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:88 minutes
  • Release:1964
  • Language:French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:bank,   policeman,   theft,  

Victor Garnier a perdu presque toutes ses économies en suivant les indications du directeur de la banque. Maintenant il n'a plus de sous. Mais une idée géniale lui vient à l'esprit: si la ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Private U (fr) wrote: A very sweet movie, with some cute and funny moments. The best part of it was the cinematography. Every single scene was gorgeous and perfectly composed.

Mikko A (ru) wrote: M olen aina tyknnyt tst leffasta, vaikka eihn tm vakuuta milln tasolla. :)

Bruno V (es) wrote: Always liked this one , seen the 4th time i think ...maybe Doug#4 is not as funny as it suposed to be , but still loved it ! SOMDVD

Justin T (br) wrote: I would love to say how this is brilliant self satire but it's kind of not really entertaining.

Gillian M (ca) wrote: worst so far! the action was really boring, the Bond girls were pretty but Meh. Tiffany started off quite strong but by the end she started coming across as a silly bimbo. I didn't find Sean as charismatic in this film, I thought he was quite crude at times and I'm no prude, I guess the humour just wasn't for me. The henchmen were ok I guess but also pretty forgettable apart from the last scene we see them in. Blofeld was probs my fave thing about it and Q cheating on the slots ha ha. least that's another one ticked off the list, doubt I'll ever watch it again though.

Peter P (de) wrote: Sad romance movie that has chemisty although it moves pretty slow, but Jennifer Jones looks just stunning, so it is worth it.

Vasco M (us) wrote: It's disappointing to see Sandler default to jokes that he's used before, albeit in a slightly different context or making a different kind of reference. It's not something he hasn't done before, but Blended is particularly guilty of being bland and uninteresting. The Happy Madison formula still works but the lack of effort present in the writing is beginning to show.