The Jigsaw Man
Philip Kimberly, the former head of the British Secret Service who defected to Russia, is given plastic surgery and sent back to Britain by the KGB to retrieve some vital documents. With the documents in hand, he instead plays off MI6 and the KGB against each other.
- Stars:Michael Caine, Laurence Olivier, Susan George, Robert Powell, Charles Gray, Morteza Kazerouni, Michael Medwin, Eric Sevareid, Sabine Sun, David Kelly, Patrick Dawson, Vladek Sheybal, Peter Burton, Maggie Rennie, Richard Aylen,
- Director:Terence Young,
- Writer:Dorothea Bennett (novel), Jo Eisinger (screenplay)
An MI6 defector has his appearance altered by the KGB and is sent back to Britain to retrieve top-secret documents. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Jigsaw Man torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Should I blame the subtitle for I don't see anything exceptional from this one the biggest blockbuster in Korea? The very intriguing plot run widespread and deep, but I have so many questions left unanswered in the end...
(au) wrote: Les garons et Guillaume, table [French, 2014] Interesting take on gender identity. Written, acted, & directed superbly by Guillaume. 8/10
(it) wrote: This is a horror movie for pre-teens. It's not scary. The plot is predictable and dull. The only reason I got through the entire thing is that I'm having such Game of Thrones withdrawal that I wanted to watch Sansa Stark in any way I could.
(ru) wrote: A revealing documentary showing the behind the scenes of a sad and stupid industry.
(it) wrote: a must see for any Bukowski fan.
(ag) wrote: vincent cassel is genius. genius. almost unrecognisable.
(de) wrote: Good movie. Dark, twisted, disturbing, suspenseful, with very good performances from its cast.
(mx) wrote: The plot is interesting and the characters aren't too boring. The effects are pretty nice and there's plenty of blood. I think I liked this one better than the first. A fairly entertaining sequel and some fun low-budget horror.
(es) wrote: A very underrated film, a good old fashioned adventure storyTom Selleck is brilliant, Bess Armstrong as the love interest is also worth a look, my favourite film, great escapism, and a great cameo, by the legend that is Brian blessed.
(mx) wrote: Wasn't as good as other adaptations - the ending wasn't what it ought to have been - however Sophia Myles was divine as Lucy and Marc Warren gave me the creeps from his first scene as the Count. I was also impressed by Tom Burke as the young Dr who is in love with Lucy but not destined to marry her - he will be an actor to watch out for in the future I think.
(kr) wrote: Good Movie... Fun Brothers
(au) wrote: As a whole the film really doesn't feel very consistent. I couldn't quite fathom Dr Frankenstein's embrace on evil... The rape scene was irrelevant and I'm still quite confused as to why Frankenstein actually transferred the brain to another body to then repair it, why not just remove the insanity when it was in the original body! Overall though it just felt off kilter for a Frankenstein movie, but it had its moments!
(jp) wrote: Oh I loved it. It's just such a truly-beautifully heartbreaking love story that makes you shed tears and sigh. I would love to watch it again. What else should I say... Just watch it. I think it's really a bit underrated!
(de) wrote: an honorable effort from Jon Stewart, but the dialogues seem stilted and badly needs new screenwriter -- the recognition of Gael Bernal and Kim Bodnia's talents is also what makes the film special, tho the character Bodnia portrays leaves one baffled as to whether or not he's just a bad bureaucrat or if he sympathatized with our young hero; it was him after all that wore the rosewater
(kr) wrote: The trailer is way better than this movie, and that's not saying much. It is a complete waste of time, burrowing from several other more famous possession horror movies and resorting to cheap jump scares for 90% of the scares. Even the most forgiving of horror fans might not like this film. I know I didn't.
(ca) wrote: An interesting movie about the dangers of being too British.