The Twelve Chairs
A treasure hunt. An aging ex-nobleman of the Czarist regime has finally adjusted to life under the commisars in Russia. Both he and the local priest find that the family jewels were hidden in a chair, one of a set of twelve. They return separately to Moscow to find the hidden fortune.
- Stars:Ron Moody, Frank Langella, Dom DeLuise, Andréas Voutsinas, Diana Coupland, David Lander, Vlada Petric, Elaine Garreau, Robert Bernal, Will Stampe, Bridget Brice, Nicholas Smith, Rada Djuricin, Branka Veselinovic, Mladen 'Mladja' Veselinovic,
- Director:Mel Brooks,
- Writer:Ilya Ilf (novel), Yevgeni Petrov (novel), Elizabeth Hill (novel), Doris Mudie (novel), Mel Brooks (screenplay)
In 1920s Soviet Russia, a fallen aristocrat, a priest and a con artist search for a treasure of jewels hidden inside one of twelve dining chairs, lost during the revolution. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Twelve Chairs torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: This is a very interesting movie. I would not call it a Romantic Comedy. More of a Dram-edy. Anyone that is married or has been married can relate to this movie. I wish the movie explained things a little more, but I like how far it takes the viewer.
(kr) wrote: Between a 7/10 and 8/10, 'The Mill and the Cross' is visually transporting, a painterly undertaking in every sense of the word. It's a neat case of a contemporary art form conveying to an audience what the painting itself might have conveyed to its viewers hundreds of years ago. But it's not a making-of movie, nor does it tell the story of the individual subjects in the painting. It's also not exactly art imitating life, or art imitating art. It's more like art becoming art.
(it) wrote: Well, one thing you can say about Tokyo Gore Police is that it lives up to it's title. Actually, it exceeds it on multiple levels. The plot is pretty interesting and was executed well I thought. But overall I wasn't that impressed, and at times it seemed to just get kind of weird.
(au) wrote: With the bar high on these type animations for kids and adults being average like this movie is a bit disappointing.
(mx) wrote: Fear the lameness of the black star Ninja! Yes, I won't admit that I watch this one often.
(ru) wrote: Meryl, Kurt, and Cher immerse themselves in their characters perfectly though Silkwood itself is not as engaging as its characters.
(au) wrote: want to see it! love john
(kr) wrote: It was filmed in my home town.
(kr) wrote: Having finally seen this film decades after only hearing Marvin Gaye's wonderful soundtrack, I was disappointed that it turned out to be as stylistically dull as a typical 1970s crime drama TV show. Essentially, the film tells a generic story without very much artistic license on the part of the director. If I'm going to sit through a predictable plot, at least give me eye candy to watch while I'm listening to great music. If this is ever re-made, I hope Marvin Gaye's soundtrack will be used again to create a moody 1970s "film noir" truly deserving of the music. Apart from that, I thought Robert Hooks was great in the leading role.
(gb) wrote: The laughable title gives no indication of the truly memorable and rather believable sci-fi adventure film that follows the opening credits. A gem!
(nl) wrote: An amazing cast and an amazing story with a twist ending that you can't see coming. Another masterpiece from Wilder.
(mx) wrote: Where it all started
(de) wrote: Good sequel to a great original. Ages 16+
(fr) wrote: Good cast good title.