When a good-natured factory supervisor living in Milan with his Northern wife returns to his native Sicily, a decades' old oath forces him to fulfill a nightmarish obligation.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:105 minutes
  • Release:1962
  • Language:Italian,English,French,German
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   boat,   fight,  

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Mafioso torrent reviews

Quinnjamin F (au) wrote: Although it was rather informative and quite interesting at certain parts, Video Games: The Movie is very much a slow-paced and heavily disorganized film that overstates its welcome to an agonizing degree. I almost fell asleep about 2 or 3 times over the course of watching the film, and I even caught myself groaning at the fact that the film was not over. To my understanding, that doesn't make a good movie.Unless you're the kind of person who is so emphatically interested in finding things out about video games that you'd look at what is essentially a visual representation of a wall of text for 2 hours, I wouldn't recommend seeing this film any time soon.

Denise B (fr) wrote: I will watch this on Netflix Instant

Robert M (mx) wrote: Looney, but not a classic. Done well enough, but not entirely amusing. While the plot, for the most part, was interesting enough for the Looney Tunes world, the film just wasn't well put together. I also didn't feel much of the charm out of some of the classic characters like I have before. Okay overall.

Ryan B (gb) wrote: One of my new favorite Sci-Fi movies.

Hli L (us) wrote: Heroin is a little more complicated than this, mate. Can white upper class Australia please stop exploiting "junkies" to be eligible for grants from the government? Thank you.

Alejandro C (br) wrote: No me la esperaba tan aburrida. Lo mejor sin duda los robots, pero la historia no acompaa, y lo que menos me gusta son los colegas que se busca Chappie. Son un gran error de casting

James D (gb) wrote: Meh ... about says it all. Main character doesn't even get to meet up with her after all is said and done. Gee ... sorry for ruining a boring and bad film.

Anssi V (de) wrote: I quite liked the first Niko movie. It had decent animation, great characters, original idea and a storyline that managed to keep me invested and then some. I've seen it once or twice since and solidified my opinion: it's more than decent Christmas movie, not a classic, but still enjoyable and kid-friendly. I'd happily recommend it to all families.And then there's the sequel, which follows the traditional way of offering more of the same, sans the novelty. In this case Niko is once again being forced to play the rule of a headstrong child with short temper and no patience whatsoever. It's a common clich that the main character in a sequel seems to have learned nothing from his previous adventure, and this is true here as well, which is immensely aggravating. And when the storyline pretty much mirrors the previous film, this film can pretty much kiss goodbye to being as good as the original.Luckily the film makers got a few things right. I complain about Niko having learnt nothing, but there's the mitigating factor that he's still a kid, so he still has lots of learning to do. He should have learnt at least something, though. The rest of the cast though remains pretty much the same. They're not amazing, but they're solid. The same with animation. Nothing groundbreaking, but it looks good, though a bit uneven, as numerous studios were involved in the process, so the quality wavers a bit from time to time.The biggest problem is the story. It's just not as good as the first one, mostly because they tried to recycle the same plot, but with different enemies, which rarely works. There's a subplot concerning Niko's new stepbrother, but it's also very tired and clichd. Not horrible, per se, but not very good either. You can pretty much guess how it'll go from the first minute of it.So that's this film. It's nothing spectacular, if anything it's a bit below average, but it's harmless fun and it's not going to hurt or upset your kids. It's over an hour's worth of semi-decent family entertainment. If you can, watch the first one, as it is much better, but this will do in a pinch.

Joseph M (es) wrote: Why did nobody warn me?

Scott R (jp) wrote: Heart warming and Murray is at his best.