The Lebanese has a dream: to conquer the underworld of Rome. To carry out this feat without precedent he puts together a ruthless and highly organized gang. Their progress and changes in leadership take place over 25 years, from the 1970s into the 90s, and are inseparably intertwined with the dark history of modern Italy: terrorism, kidnappings and corruption at the highest levels of government.
- Stars:Kim Rossi Stuart, Anna Mouglalis, Pierfrancesco Favino, Claudio Santamaria, Stefano Accorsi, Riccardo Scamarcio, Jasmine Trinca, Toni Bertorelli, Luigi Angelillo, Antonello Fassari, Elio Germano, Franco Interlenghi, Donato Placido, Massimo Popolizio, Gianmarco Tognazzi,
- Country:Italy, France, UK
- Director:Michele Placido,
- Writer:Giancarlo De Cataldo (novel), Stefano Rulli (screenplay), Sandro Petraglia (screenplay), Giancarlo De Cataldo (screenplay), Michele Placido (screenpla
Set in the 1970s, it's the story of three lifelong friends who take control of organized crime in Rome. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Romanzo criminale torrent reviews
(it) wrote: A movie about a woman who is lost and confused in life, so she comes back home and ruins a few more lives, then it just kinda ends.
(au) wrote: Presto is fantastic, probably one of the best shorts produced by Pixar since Geri's Game. The humor and wit is sharp as a tack, and the animation is wonderful. Definitely worth a look for any fan of Pixar's body of work (and how can you not be?), but if you just need a good laugh...there is a good bet that this will definitely get the job done.
(us) wrote: Unfortunately this film will proably be flocked to be all the dumb Juno fans who want to see Ellen Page again, but Cillian Murphy is the best reason to see the film, especially since you know he only signs to the projects he carefully considers. Can't wait til next year.
(it) wrote: 5 because it is fan and I loved it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! xoxo
(au) wrote: A VERY GOOD MOVIE..A MUST SEE..
(kr) wrote: Bob Merrick is an arrogant playboy whose wealth was left to him by his parents. One fateful day he is indirectly responsible for the death of the town's most loved and respected doctor. The doctor's wife refuses to except Bob's apologies because she believes he doesn't really even understand how. When she is accidentally blinded in a freak accident, Bob Merrick decides he must "do right" and unanimously help to fix her vision by any means necessary. While Bob spends time with Helen, under a different name so he can conceal his true identity, Helen begins to fall in love with Bob. not knowing that her physician is actually Bob Merrick, the man indirectly responsible for her husbands death. Magnificent Obsession is a strong work from Douglas Sirk dealing with issues of loss, love and compassion for others. Its a tad sappy at times and not nearly as lush or vivid visually as some of Sirk's other work but it still packs an emotional punch. That isn't to say that their isn't some fantastic imagery, particularly the scene where Jane Wyman's character wanders the house as night after returning from Europe. It's just not as vivid as say 'All that Heaven Allows'. Rock Hudson is well cast as the playboy and following his quasi-transformation as a human being is nice to watch. Jane Wyman is also great as the grieving wife who has her life flipped upside down. They have a good chemistry and its a pleasure watching them both together.
(ru) wrote: A very impressive film, and a slick "modernisation" of the Holmes legend. Although very propagandist (It was, after all, a British film in 1942) the plot is quite captivating, and Rathbone is excellent as the legendary sleuth.
(fr) wrote: Not a bad story, the build up is ultimately more satisfying then the ending.