The Italian Job
Charlie Croker pulled off the crime of a lifetime. The one thing that he didn't plan on was being double-crossed. Along with a drop-dead gorgeous safecracker, Croker and his team take off to re-steal the loot and end up in a pulse-pounding, pedal-to-the-metal chase that careens up, down, above and below the streets of Los Angeles.
- Category:Action, Crime, Thriller
- Stars:Kelly Brook, Charlize Theron, Jason Statham, Mark Wahlberg, Mos Def, Franky G, Edward Norton, Seth Green, Donald Sutherland,
- Country:USA, France, UK, Italy
- Director:F. Gary Gray,
- Writer:Troy Kennedy-Martin, Donna Powers (screenplay), Wayne Powers (screenplay)
With perfect plan, the theft is carried out perfectly. The only thing Charlie Croker does not carefully consider is the team members. After the theft of gold from Venice, Charlie and his gang can not believe that his team has a traitor, who brings all the gold away. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Italian Job torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Not a bad movie. Iv'e seen better sports movies and it was slow moving at times. But I did enjoy it even though its not one I'd watch again probably.
(ru) wrote: Fine story of post-war adversity and finely told despite a fairly low budget.
(de) wrote: Resurrection shouldn't exist, but what did you expect from the studio. This, somewhat final installment, gives fans weak kills, weak characters, but a memorable Michael.
(us) wrote: I've become obsessed with RuPaul's Drag Race... ergo... I came to watch this to see where the lexicon came from. I loved it. It was like looking into a different world. Although after watching this you will be struck with two emotions - 1. Desire to vogue, 2. Depression at your inability to vogue. Documentary realness!
(br) wrote: Christian-fucking-Slater & Winona-fucking-Ryder are dynamite thats all I have to say
(mx) wrote: One of the best Sherlock Holmes films ever made. And yet it gets lost amongst the schools of dead fish flicks. A must see!
(jp) wrote: A fun comedy of outrageous DJs. Martin Mull is funny in this.
(jp) wrote: I haven't seen too many Pasolini films (The Gospel According to St. Matthew, The Decameron) and this one is certainly a lot more puzzling than the others. Terence Stamp plays a mysterious "Visitor" who arrives at the bourgeois home of a factory owner and his family and proceeds to seduce each of them (maid, son, mother, daughter, father). Stamp is eroticized by the camera and the scenes unfold with little or no dialogue. In fact, the film itself is full of heightened but plain images and little clear narrative structure. After Stamp departs, each of the seduced characters changes. Vincent Canby (of the New York Times) suggests that they each experience a sort of "collapse" (seeking to recreate the sexual experience with others or withdrawing into themselves or into art). The maid becomes a sort of holy saint herself, which has led other reviewers to suggest that Stamp plays a reincarnation of Jesus or another god-like manifestation. The factory owner gives away his factory to the workers -- either a Christian or Marxist act (forshadowed in the film's odd opening). Since Pasolini himself was a gay Marxist Catholic, interweaving these three themes into a puzzle film seems likely to have been his theorem. More might be imparted by another viewing.
(nl) wrote: It's John Wayne in Africa with a bunch of wild animals. Couldnt ask for more.
(ag) wrote: Great acting explores subject of misogenation in post WWII occupied Japan. Oscars for Red Buttons and Miyoshi Umeki. Miko Taka is great. Also, see Montalban play a Japanese Kibuki actor (speaks Japanese accent with spanish accent)
(mx) wrote: Runs on the same quality and elegancy as the previous father-son outings while continuing a frequent run of putting depth behind the Caped Crusader's character to be ranked among the top best of the Bat's filmography - especially when having sporadic nods to "The Dark Knight". Besides the usual package in the entertainment value, there are surprising thrills, and goes the same to the few twists. Although despite the violent content being only appealingly small, the affective flaws are on quick ends to couple narrative developments within the characterization and some acts of derivation interfering with the quality at little affections to the usual level. The end result of this latest outing stands in the middle of the others. (A-)(Full review coming soon)