The Laughing Policeman

The Laughing Policeman

It's tough beat for San Francisco police lieutenant Jake Martin (Walter Matthau) when he has to investigate a city bus massacre in which a madman opened machine gunfire on eight people.

In San Francisco, one victim in a mass murder is a police detective. His partner and a new partner investigate in the city's seamy side. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Laughing Policeman torrent reviews

Siobhan S (es) wrote: Well this was terrible.

Adam R (us) wrote: Nerd Rage: the movie.

Wendy K (de) wrote: A very different movie, some good pranks but I wouldnt try them at home and certainly not on the local copper! A good flying time filler as well.

Mark K (de) wrote: Last Days is an engrossing movie

Skyler I (kr) wrote: Hahaha, pretty good :)

Michael W (ru) wrote: A strong movie. One see the collateral damage that war causes and the tough decisions one makes during war. I like how the story slowly unravels where the viewer sees the many sides to the movie. The movie is well directed and acted. Jones, Jackson and Pearce had incredible performances in Rules of Engagement! There is a couple holes in the story with C S I aspects, but hey it would not be a movie with out a few plot holes. I give Rules of Engagement five starts.

Jeff B (kr) wrote: Terrific Rodgers and Hammerstein musical brought to life. I didn't like how long the dream sequence took, but it was reminiscent (in staging) to the ending of "An American in Paris." Rod Steiger is a terrific and sympathetic villain, and all of the other leads are terrific, as well. For me, Gloria Grahame stole the show as Ado Annie. I hated her at first because of her flat singing of "I Caint Say No", but I grew to really appreciate her performance throughout the film. She has great comic timing.

J B (kr) wrote: The script was very good and the chemistry with these 2 actors is just amazing this is a great movie to watch with a spouse or your teens however this movie obviously is not for children.

Kevin M W (us) wrote: Made in 1934 here is a standard action oater from those glory days in Hollywood, with plenty of rootin', tootin' shooting and riding to save the day. Gabby Hayes admirably seconds the action.

Dave R (ca) wrote: i remember seeing this when i was young and enjoying it. now having watched it again i can say i still enjoy it but now it seems to me that that got ripped off! "pirates of the caribbean" took a lot from this movie - i don't have evidence of it but it seems clear to me a lot of the first "pirates" film was lifted from "nate and hayes".anyway, it's a fun, swashbuckling film. tommy lee jones is good and the rest of the cast does well too.

Cooper C (au) wrote: It's like the "Raids Again" for "Ghidrah, TTHM" and it's just as decent.

Jaclyn G (de) wrote: For someone who scarcely likes musicals, "Good News" is one of my favorites! Peter Lawford and June Allyson are adorable while Joan McCracken is wildly entertaining. Not to mention the amazing vocals of Mel Torme. This movie will have you singing "The Varsity Drag" and make you wish you spoke French for "The French Lesson".

Simon D (ag) wrote: In Russia, in the late 1920's a man who had discovered several tricks he can do with his camera made a film showing off these tricks and also giving us a historical tour of 1920's life in Russia. Quite an interesting watch, not too long.

Andrew W (kr) wrote: first 15mins too slow. boring

Paul D (br) wrote: Meigh! Not a touch on the original!

Drew M (ag) wrote: Man, this film is SO much sharper than I remember.

Scott B (us) wrote: total and utter dross. don't bother.I couldn't wait to see this based on rotten tomatoes high reviews but as it dragged and dragged all the way through I kept waiting for the big exciting amazing high score on screen. it never came. sort yourself out rotten tomatoes. get a wider audience that these high score giving over educated luvvies. get in touch with the common working man someday so I can get some decent honest non reviews

Andrew L (jp) wrote: Very un-scary waste of 90mins

Steve D (au) wrote: I liked it a lot but I am a Jane Austin junkie