The Third Man

The Third Man

Set in postwar Vienna, Austria, "The Third Man" stars Joseph Cotten as Holly Martins, a writer of pulp Westerns, who arrives penniless as a guest of his childhood chum Harry Lime, only to find him dead. Martins develops a conspiracy theory after learning of a "third man" present at the time of Harry's death, running into interference from British officer Maj. Calloway and falling head-over-heels for Harry's grief-stricken lover, Anna.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:93 minutes
  • Release:1949
  • Language:English,German,Russian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:escape,   murder,   ball,  

Pulp novelist Holly Martins travels to shadowy, postwar Vienna, only to find himself investigating the mysterious death of an old friend, black-market opportunist Harry Lime. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Third Man torrent reviews

Kyle M (it) wrote: It has a nice moral being brought into the spotlight from its source material plus the usual qualities and tastes in animated and voice-acting performances, it's another impressive feat from DC Comics, and another Superman movie with a meaning that the hero stands for while being challenged as the film's moral also brought up compelling points around the character. (B+)(Full review coming soon - with better wording probably)

jing b (de) wrote: Poor special effects.poor editing.this is boring.can't wait for them all to be killed.I just like Kellan Lutz

Emi S (it) wrote: its nothing too crazy or out of ordinary but it seems like that makes it stand it's real.very memorable movie to me.

Cody L (au) wrote: Very dark film under great direction by Jamie Babbitt and featuring an excellent performance by Elisha Cuthbert.

Heather M (es) wrote: This movie makes me really happy that I wasn't alive for the grunge/punk rock scene in the 70's and early 80's. Shane West looked exceptionally strange with the busted, gross teeth, but he did an excellent job in this.

Jane D (us) wrote: It's very cheesy indeed, lol. And the plot is very simple. But I liked it nonetheless. The fights were hilarious and Norman Reedus did very good, although I'll admit that I partly enjoyed the movie because of him (what can I say? I'm a big fan. I'm completely taken by him, ahah!)I don't exactly recommend it, but if you're in the right mood, I think it's an entertaining watch!

Adam R (fr) wrote: (First and only viewing - In my mid-twenties)

Walter M (us) wrote: Little thought is usually given to a movie's framing device, as it is normally just a jumping off place to tell the story.("The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" being a particular exception to this rule.) What the mesmerizing "Lola Montes" does is reverse that by staging most of its action in its lavishly decorated present while skipping around in the past. This is still not as unusual as Peter Ustinov speaking French. Trapped in the present as the main attraction in a circus, Lola Montes(Martine Carol) spends each night reliving the events of her scandalous life, starting with her mother(Lise Delamare) abandoning her after the death of her father, a British colonial officer. Lola ends up making her way from one end of Europe to the other, as an actress and dancer. In the meantime, she romances some of the most renowned men of her time including Franz Liszt(Will Quadflieg). I thought at first the circus might be in hell but it turns out only in a figurative, not a literal sense, as she answers questions from the paying customers while trying to maintain her dignity. While questioning who is the real freak, the movie says quite a lot about those of us sitting in the peanut gallery who live our lives vicariously through somebody like Lola who lived life to the fullest and had lots of fun. That's not to mention that the sex was probably pretty good, too. While in the present, Lola might not be on top anymore, at least the film's director Max Ophuls went out on top with "Lola Montes," his exemplary final film.

Caitlin L (kr) wrote: Not that great a movie.

Boogie B (mx) wrote: The end of the world does not seem all that bad...ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU ARE HAVING A CANDLELIT DINNER WITH MARGOT ROBBIE! A disaster has wiped out most of civilization and humanity. The apocalypse was not due to evil machines, zombies, or aliens. It was good ol' radiation (damn you radiation). It is the end of the world, and we have three people left alive. Z for Zachariah is following a disaster that wipes out most of civilization. A scientist, played by Chiwetel Ejiofor (12 Years a Slave, The Martian) and a miner, played by Chris Pine (Star Trek Beyond, Upcoming Wonder Woman film) compete for the love of a woman, played by Margot Robbie (The Wolf of Wall Street, Suicide Squad) who may be the last female on Earth. Z for Zachariah is well acted, has great cinematographer, a great cast (even though it is only three people), great relatable characters, smart, has beyond beautiful scenery, it is funny, and I believe it is a perfect film! Margot Robbie plays Ann, a farm girl whose home in the country has been spared the worst. Ann is a religious believer and a survivor of the apocalypse. She lives with her dog, she roams the deserted valley, reading many books, raising farm animals and raiding a local convenience store for what is left of canned goods. That is until Ann sees a man by the side of the road. He is covered, like an astronaut wearing protective gear from the radiation. His name is John Loomis, played by Chiwetel Ejiofor. Ann helps John Loomis learn the farming lifestyle. The two individuals bonds, learn from each other, and may even be in love. On the other hand, they meet someone else. They meet a man named Caleb, played by Chris Pine. Ann feels connected towards Caleb as well. Caleb also makes everyone question themselves and what they have done. Such as, one of our characters having a murderous past. Who will cock block whom? Who has killed? Who wants Ann more (me)? Because at the end of the day (or world in this incident), us brothers have...needs. All this questions and more come to mind. This is a very smart film. Even at the end of the world, we have some much to learn about society and ourselves. I love how this is not a typical end of the world film. Even though the majority of the film are our three main characters talking and building stuff, we feel such an emotional connection towards them. Even at the end of the world, the characters dispute over beliefs, race, sex, and more. The movie had a message, and a creative way it wanted to give that message. At the end of it all, we are all one. It was not trying to shove the message in your face. It lets you figure it out. Accordingly, the change in characters I really enjoyed. For instance, John not being the most religious person in the beginning. Mainly because he has lost all his faith in the world, people, family, and friends. At the end of the film, we see him in a church with Ann and slightly smiling. Also, John never liked or cared for Ann when she would play the piano. However, at the end, he listens to her play and he seems to being enjoying it for the first time. The scenery is beautiful, and certain shots in the film even help tell or twist the story. No spoiler here, but if you have seen the shot where Ann slowly pushes her drinking glass over the edge of the table, and we get a continuous smash cut of the previous scene. I thought that was smart of the filmmakers. So these are my final Bitchin' Buddha thoughts on the film Z for Zachariah. I have no complaints. It is smart, has gorgeous scenery, and I believe it is a must see film. I believe Z for Zachariah earns a...5/5!"The future is not set". But I do know that "I'll be back". Until next time, thank you all for reading and or viewing, and I hope you all have an amazing day as always. :)

Rick Q (kr) wrote: Maybe you just need to be Canadian to fully appreciate this one, but I found it to be annoying and powerfully unfunny.