Nothing to Lose

Nothing to Lose

Advertising executive Nick Beame learns that his wife is sleeping with his employer. In a state of despair, he encounters a bumbling thief whose attempted carjacking goes awry when Nick takes him on an involuntary joyride. Soon the betrayed businessman and the incompetent crook strike up a partnership and develop a robbery-revenge scheme. But it turns out that some other criminals in the area don't appreciate the competition.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:98 minutes
  • Release:1997
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:escape,   statue,   robbery,  

The movie depicts the bickersome friendship between Nick, a distraught L.A. yuppie and a fast-talking carjacker as they speeds off on a comic crime spree that includes holdups, high-speed chases, and revenge! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Nothing to Lose torrent reviews

Kyle B (es) wrote: A cute little movie with nice performances. Jim Broadbant is great in everything and Jeff Goldblum has a nice supporting part. The score really captures the french feel

Dan G (us) wrote: wasn't expecting that ending at all. Decent.

Don S (it) wrote: Japanese torture horror. Some interesting ideas in this revenge story of kids bullied during middle school. The story is nothing special, and the acting is below average. But this is watchable for the 13 different tasks of the "X game" with some bloody results. Not great, but it has its moments.

Randy C (ru) wrote: it was alright...didn't expect much. the ending was...a bit quick.

Alex S (jp) wrote: Brilliant Van Damme film, his film choices have got a lot better since JCVD (although I did like Wake of Death), his acting has even improved after that film too.

donald r (ca) wrote: Stunt Rock is about a Australian stuntman who comes to the U.S. A. (L.A. California) to work on a TV series called "Undercover Girl". The film stars Grant Page, Monique Van De Vin and the L.A. based band Sorcery. The film was made in 1978 and directed by Brian Trenchard Smith(Aussie). Grant Page,plays the lead and as a real stuntman has many credits to his career. It's a fun film, and simply a early look at stunt work in film, as well as a music video of sorts (Long before MTV) of the great band Sorcery. Sorcery was a theatrical music act that had a live stage show. The battle between the Merlin & Satan charactors, described as "The King of the Wizards against the prince of Darkness" was Sorcery. Their live on stage show was awesome, and like nothing else of it's kind. Even today no other stage shows were anything like this. It features some of the best movie music of it's time. The band "Sorcery" also have starring roles. They headlined over bands like Van Halen back then,and did many Movie & TV soundtracks back in the 70's and 80's. Also doing a number of Dick Clark TV specials. This is a unique film and band, and well worth seeing. Now available on DVD.

Dane W (ag) wrote: If it weren't for the annoying kids and lackluster story telling, "Jaws 2" might have been another decent film for Roy Scheider's career.

Robbie V (ru) wrote: A thoughtful and compelling indie movie about relationships is what it falls short of.

Jeremy H (au) wrote: Great film - really can't understand the bad reviews

Luciano G (ru) wrote: The main stars of the movie are three wrestlers : Kurt Angle, Kevin Nash and Psycho Sid Vicious... when these are main stars you really can't expect a lot from the movie...everything was terrible.. the acting, the script, the lighting, the stunts, special effects...complete garbage... if you are a wrestling fan wanting to see your heroes in a movie, skip this one and go re-watch a Steve Austin, John Cena, or Rock film; they aren't great but at least they aren't awful either...

Felix P (ca) wrote: Great movie about a future without violence, hunger, unemployment, discrimination... and love.

E L (it) wrote: Hack 'em slash 'em magic that does what you expect, predictable, hollow, entertaining.