The Road to Hong Kong
Bob Hope and Bing Crosby return as con men Chester Babcock and Harry Turner, in the last of their road movies. When Chester accidentally memorizes and destroys the only copy of a secret Russian formula for a new and improved rocket fuel, they are thrust into international intrigue, trying to stay alive while keeping the formula out of enemy hands.
- Stars:Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Joan Collins, Robert Morley, Walter Gotell, Felix Aylmer, Alan Gifford, Michele Mok, Katya Douglas, Roger Delgado, Robert Ayres, Mei Ling, Jacqueline Jones, Yvonne Shima, Dorothy Lamour,
- Director:Norman Panama,
- Writer:Melvin Frank, Norman Panama
Mistaken identity and the acquisition of a rare Tibetan herb put two buffoonish con men on the wrong side of a secret organization geared toward world domination. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Road to Hong Kong torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Go with minimum expectations and you won't be dissatisfied.
(ag) wrote: A sweet, sort-of coming-of-age story that will hit home with anyone who's ever gone to another country at a young age to meet distant relatives. Veninger really captures that feeling of empowering responsibiity of being on one's own for the first time as well as the serenity that comes with connecting with your past. Lovely.
(ca) wrote: Gut wrechingly powerful and an amazing performance by Olivia Colman. It's amazing how Considine makes the grim West Midlands look and feel so eerie.
(fr) wrote: Streets of Fire. Eddie and the Cruisers. Remember when Michael Pare was the coolest? Now, he seems to work exclusively with trash filmmaker Uwe Boll and it's a damn crime. I remember enjoying the hell outta the first BloodRayne, a hilariously craptastic film with some of the most amazing miscasting. But after suffering the atrocities of Postal and Far Cry I can't have fun with Boll's garbage anymore. The third installment of the franchise finally sees the Rayne in the era of the original video game but should we care? No. VF.
(it) wrote: Kelly Brook is well fit :)
(nl) wrote: Boring racing movie that has nothing to do with Cronenberg's usual style.
(ag) wrote: This Movie shows that a Human who was threated bad by the Society and is in somebodys Eyes not a worth Living Person is more Human and have many more Feelings than the Most and that some Persons that sensible that they don't fit with the Society and that the Society instead of be more friendly to such Persons thread them like there were no Humans in particular the less sensitive German Society and in particular the heartless People of the Finance Metropole of Frankfurt
(ag) wrote: This is a fine pairing of the Bergmans, with Ingrid giving a performance on par with her career bests of the 40s and 50s. Liv Ullmann is also excellent, as usual.
(it) wrote: Paul Muni possibly at his best, if that's possible. Anne Baxter, so young, so young that she had yet to learn how to chew up the scenery. But it's Muni's movie. Every character he played was a 360 from the next and this is no different. His every move, getsture, posture is character driven. A fine treat to see or revisit.
(jp) wrote: Charming short of Frozen with the inclusion of a new decent song.