The Romanov Stones

The Romanov Stones

Patrick and Tony are hired by the wealthy gambler to steal the priceless Romanov stones, Russian jewels. They do it, but almost lose their lives when he double-crosses them. They turn around and get revenge.

This action packed Finnish thriller tells the tale of two friends who get their revenge against the millionaire who double-crossed them. Patrick and Tony are hired by the wealthy gambler to steal the priceless Romanov stones, Russian jewels. They do it, but almost lose their lives when he double-crosses them. They turn around and get revenge, his money, his wife, and his daughter. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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T A (mx) wrote: Pretty lame movie. Didn't care about the characters and wasn't scarry at all. Those fake Vampire teeth looked like a prop you could buy at any store during Halloween. I had trouble staying awake during this one.

James H (fr) wrote: 6.5/10. Stylish and unusual, very short and quick paced, creative cinematography, I liked the score. What an interesting cast as well. Fine direction. Well worth watching.

Scott W (gb) wrote: Great movie that wraps up an outstanding series that ended too soon

Cosmin I (es) wrote: Inspiring and seminal...

Nick R (fr) wrote: don't expect a good movie. or to even understand what is fully going on. just take this movie for the awesomely bad effects and dialogue that it is and you'll love it as much as i. zombies. aliens. disease. beauty queens. someone getting cut in half with the club. what else could you ask for?

John B (de) wrote: Can't remember it too clearly as it has been a few years but I remember liking both Brooke Adams and Ione Skye.

Jon N (de) wrote: A lot of fuss about nothing, now a modern day remake set in a inner city environment would work well, as the story idea for this film is unique.

Ills G (de) wrote: Great cinematography by Geoffrey Unsworth, great performance by Gregory Peck, great direction by Robert Parrish. Real Two in One movie, not only because of two different part of the story, but because the hollywood and british studio system gives the film's quality together.

Becs D (ag) wrote: Not quite as good a film as I remember, but a good look over the old mobster movies.

Graham W (au) wrote: If I'd seen Ruby Sparks when it came out in 2012, it probably would've been a contender for my film of that year. Loved it.

Paul D (mx) wrote: This is a nice simmering love war script but it is the backdrop of undercinemised wars that make it interesting and appealing.

Tiago G (jp) wrote: "Levitating Fu" isn't everyone's cup of tea, but if you commit to it's artistic merit as I did you'll be enlightened by it's physical poetry and amazing fight choreography, as well as great imagery, editing and sound design as the cherry on top of the cake.