The Millionaire Tour (2012) 1080p

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Genres:
Action | Thriller
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Size:
1.60G
Quality:
1080p
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Language:
English  
Run Time:
80 min
IMDB Rating:
6.4 / 10 
MPR:
Normal
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Downloaded:
192
Seeds:
51
Peers:
34
Directors: Inon Shampanier [Director] ,


Movie Description:
A mysterious cab passenger who is taken hostage must convince the hijackers that he is not the legendary con man they set out to kill. Is it a case of mistaken identity, or a clever act of deception? A series of mind games and escape ploys will determine who's taking who for a ride...

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Reviews

Not without flaws, but highly involving nonetheless.

An honestly very enjoyable film. Solid setup and acting from the start. Some mildly unfortunate colour and cinematic choices that leave the viewer unable to see everything they may wish to on a given shot, but it's only a slight issue. As I've seen several others say, Dominic Monaghan is the standout in terms of pure entertainment - the flashy, jovial villain role suits him well - but Jordan Belfi and Agnes Bruckner were also thoroughly enjoyable in their roles, doing well to bring out an audience's sympathy. I shan't spoil the ending, but I will say as of a first viewing it felt the weakest part simply for the lack of foreshadowing, as well as seeming to cut slightly short some of a previous scene's entertainment. But be that as it may, this is a film never unentertaining, with some interesting points worth thinking on. I have a feeling a second viewing would be a very different and interesting one.

Must See

This was a really good movie and it had a good ending also. Good plot. Good everything. It's on "Tubi" tv right now. Tubi is a free app. It's just like Netflix, and you can cast the movies to the tv with a Google Chromecast.

Entertaining movie

A good suspenseful film with an interesting twist. I would have gave it a 7, but I thought the Casper actor was terrible. Overall, definitely worth a watch and the pacing is well done especially for a movie that's almost most entirely shot in a car.
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