Trinity: Good Guys and Bad Guys

Trinity: Good Guys and Bad Guys

In 1978, $20 million was stolen from a Detroit bank. One of the robbers was caught, one was found dead, and the third disappeared. The money was never found. Seven years later, the robber ...

In 1978, $20 million was stolen from a Detroit bank. One of the robbers was caught, one was found dead, and the third disappeared. The money was never found. Seven years later, the robber ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Trinity: Good Guys and Bad Guys torrent reviews

Dave R (kr) wrote: It was a little bit of crazy movie for sure the killer was juts all out bonkers trying to eat people all the time it was alittle funny and fake looking low bugget films I tell ya

Dan K (us) wrote: To merely make one aware of the crime isn't a documentary's purpose. It should explore.

Steve W (ca) wrote: A music hating cop must stop a band of musical terrorists, whose improvised instrument concerts are terrorizing the city.Although rich in premise, the movie isn't very thrilling or exciting. The musical set pieces are like heists, and is the best part. It really doesn't go anywhere and its original, but not very memorable.

James M (jp) wrote: very good, my choice of movie

David S (it) wrote: I actually liked it a bit. It's not a good movie in the slightest when we're talking Oscars, but it more like a Boondock Saints where I know it's a poorly executed film but I liked it anyways for the action and what not. Smokin Aces is just a fun film.

Alexandria D (us) wrote: Beautiful, as is to be expected of anything done by Ashutosh Gowariker. Also, how can you go wrong with Aishwarya Rai-Bachchan (My Queen) and just can't. I wish there had been a bit more detail on some of the other characters, that's the only thing that was a bit lacking.

William B (ag) wrote: After previously asking the writer of this movie for my $8 back, I reiterate: I want my $8 back

Signey R (au) wrote: I love this movie, it has been a part of me ever since it came out!

James D (us) wrote: I own it, so I might as well see it once.

Jonny M (ag) wrote: One of the greatest Sci-Fi films of all time!

Ian R (jp) wrote: Anyone who says that the skateboard jousting match isn't the greatest thing ever is out of his/her mind. This movie is completely off the wall and ridiculous and yet the makers were so earnest about showing "youth culture" ... hilarious. If only there was a rec centre in danger, this would have been the ultimate 80's movie.

Brian W (es) wrote: This is an OK movie. The story did not really engage me. I'm a big fan of Frank Sinatra as an actor and he holds up well. Dean Martin was kinda flat and one note - he can do so much better. TCM said this was his first dramatic role, so I'll give him slack.Shirley MacLaine though is the star of the movie. You can see why she earned her first Oscar nomination for her work in this movie.

Cesar N (fr) wrote: This film is so loaded with foolish clichs that even Christians, if they are not stupid, will find it silly.

Megan S (kr) wrote: Okay this is in general a bad movie, flat out bad. falls into the same place as Curse of the Cannibal Confederates when it comes to unintentional humour. The turtle scene gave it that extra one and a half stars.

Ashley H (es) wrote: You can count on one hand the things this film has in common with real story of Billy the Kid, but if you aren't thrown off by inaccuracy, then this is a wonderfully entertaining and finely portrayed depiction of the Kid. Robert Taylor is superb in a role he's nearly decade too old for. He's hard-bitten and tough as nails, but hurt inside is clear without being overplayed. I've never thought of Robert Taylor as ever being underrated, but if ever he was, it's in this. Taylor and the dialogue, which is hard-boiled and doesn't always go where you'd expect it to go, are real points of interest in this movie, along with some geographically wide-ranging Technicolor photography that is luscious to look at. The other aspects of the movie are pretty standard fare, some less bearable than others. But Taylor is a revelation here. This picture is worth watching.

Jax B (us) wrote: Now I love old movies, but I still wasn't a fan of this one. The movie was almost in three or four different sections - the conception, the childhood, the adulthood, and the new child. I liked the first two and part of the adult section, but it was a really long feeling movie and I started to lose attention fast. The ending was lousy too.