Arthur Simon Simpson is a small-time crook biding his time in Greece. One of his potential victims turns out to be a gentleman thief planning to steal the emerald-encrusted dagger of the Mehmed II from Istanbul's Topkapi Museum.

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Topkapi torrent reviews

Mikhail B (es) wrote: Educational stuff about American Indians and their life with the Yankee that touched upon all major problems of the time. The movi averall is weak. The most impressive for me was the contrast between the wonderfully shot sequence of massacre of the whites by thousands of Indians in the beginning of the movie and the latter's wretched existence.

Kirk W (de) wrote: Gotti is very well produced and offers some very solid performances. It's polished, first-person perspective flows like an extended "Sopranos" episode.Aside from a complete lack of vilification of Gotti the criminal, the film has the chops to sit at the top of the mob-movie playlist.

Tub W (jp) wrote: wow did dis really com out in 2002 ...i though it was older then that..i felt sad for the blind people

Perk C (us) wrote: One of the greats! Never gets old. Amazing story with a lot of laughs and tears.

Adam B (nl) wrote: I've never seen a movie quite like this and probably never will again, and its a damn shame. A small town threatened by soft rock, and house occupied by an insane and evil family (the head of which is Hitler whose been waiting for 40 years to shed his new indentity), and zombies for some reason. It also has one of the greatest lines in movie history in a scene that demands to be witnessed: "Jesus Ed, did you fart?"

Jon K (es) wrote: I look at Burt Reynolds like this...if he had stopped making films by 83' his carrer would have been the stuff of legends. White Lightning is one of his absolute best!! Very emotional role for him and just an all around great movie. Better than Smoky.