The Inspector-General

The Inspector-General

Khlestakov is a young flamboyant crook, who is broke. He finds himself in a small Russian town, where local authorities are waiting for an undercover inspector from the capital St. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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The Inspector-General torrent reviews

Ryan M (ru) wrote: One of the best family films since the Diary Of A Wimpy Kid series! Funny, heartwarming and a unique romp!

Mohammed A (ca) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Katie N (nl) wrote: I didn't think it was that great.

Alex S (mx) wrote: For an Oliver Stone movie, it goes about its subject way too safely, resulting in a largely underwhelming effort with only a few instances of raw emotion and intrigue.

Chris M (ag) wrote: See what they did here... took major plot points and character tropes from Jane Austen's novels life and fitted them into a story about Jane Austen!! AMAZING!!Actually, it's not bad at all, thanks to a thankfully simple nuts-and-bolts script and a fine cast who do a very good job with adequate material. Anne Hathaway and James McAvoy are great, while James Cromwell & Ian Richardson are terrific in their supporting roles. It's largely forgettable and utterly inoffensive, but an enjoyable watch if you like this kind of thing. It's not a patch on the best cinematic versions of Austen's novels, which are definitely worth seeking out.I was surprised to see that director Julian Jarrold's other work includes the made-for-tv 'Red Riding: 1974". That is a million miles (and 250 years) away from this; dark, gritty, violent and nasty. It's fantastic.

Stephen S (us) wrote: Not terrible...just not that good. I enjoy the portrait of New York City that City Hall creates, but this film really just drags towards its second half. It also has a lot of pointless scenes, and a telegraphed plot twist that makes no sense.

Private U (ca) wrote: Spielberg+DiCaprio+Hanks, and this hell of a story.Simply Awesome!

Tino P (ru) wrote: Breathless has the proportions wrong. Too much rambling, too little point.