Man Who Knew Too Little The CD1
Thank you, sir. Next.
Good day, chap. Wallace Ritchie.
Just flown over from America. I'm an American.
It's a new passport. It's not a very good picture.
- I have a better picture. - That won't be necessary, sir.
You've got a great accent. Are you from here?
What is the purpose of your visit to this country, sir?
Today is my birthday.
Happy birthday, sir.
My brother sent me money this year, so I thought I'd come over and surprise him.
He works in the Featherstone Finch bank. James Ritchie.
Do you know him?
Good evening. Guten Abend.
Schön, dich zu sehen.
Schön, dich zu sehen.
Very good. Sehr gut.
How long will you be staying in this country?
That's a very good question.
Yes, I thought so, too.
I'd like to see everything but not have people know I'm a tourist, you know?
Featherstone Finch believes that...
...one of our major strengths, if not our major strength, is our diversity...
Is our diversification.
I want to see where the blitz was. I've seen the film and its incredible.
- Half a day. - I want to try that meat pudding.
I want to take a double-decker bus.
Half a day.
Good night, Garrett.
I want to see the queen riding a horse. I want to get a suit made.
Okay. Three weeks.
Welcome to Great Britain, Mr. Ritchie.
Thanks very much. And it's Wallace...
- Which door is England? - That one there.
Stand by. The client's in position.
Okay, look. He's nervous. He's nervous, so I want plenty of energy, please.
Stand by the phone, Des.
And curtain up.
- You stupid cow! - Please, mister, you've got to help me!
- Give it up, ma'am! - Leave me alone!
I'm on the phone across the street! You can see me in the window!
- You've got to help me! - Who are you on the phone to?
None of your business.
Who are you talking to?
Look who it is. It's your favorite john.
Tell him not to talk to you like that.
Come on, come on.
What's the matter? Cat got your tongue?
- Tell him to piss off. - Look, this has gone quite far enough.
- And? - The way you're treating...
What do you know about it?
It isn't the way a man should behave...
What I'm saying is...
- I don't like him! - Don't push your luck!
He's got a black belt. Haven't you? Go on, tell him.
Yes. I've got a black belt in karate.
Karate chop this, then!
- What're you going to do now? - Put the gun away!
Put it down!
- Put it down or we'll have to take you in! - Who called the police? Was it you?
Want to take me?
Do you? Stay there. You're going to have to catch me!
Second police unit. They just left the building and are heading towards you.
I will follow at a discreet distance. Stand by, man with dog.
Tickets aren't cheap...
...but neither are the thrills in London's interactive theater experience:
The Theater of Life.
There are real streets, real rooms.
If you've got a sense of adventure, you can be a real star for a night.
You don't even have to learn lines.
With help from your fellow actors, you improvise as you go along.
Our major strength is diversification.
My God, that can't be them.
Consuela, the door, the door.
- I ordered some more champagne. - I better go.
Our major strength is diversity.
Our major strength is diversification.
We've got our fingers in many pies.
Let's have a hug.
Look at you.
You're a sweet little pocket-rocket. What fun!
I thought he had an uptight English gal.
I'm Mrs. Ritchie. Can I help you?
I'm Mrs. Ritchie and this is our maid.
Is that champagne?
No, it's some shirts and socks and a few pairs of jeans.
Oh, my God!
I know this guy.
Look at you!
Look at you. You're still the ugly brother, thank God.
Barbara, this is my brother, Wallace.
- Hello. Pleased to meet you. - Sorry to scare you.
What're you doing here?
Today's my birthday. I thought you might not remember...
...so I came over to get my presents here.
How lovely. Set another place for dinner.
No, no, bad idea.
Wally can't be here tonight.
Why? He seems very sweet.
He is sweet.
He's not the kind of guy you drop into a boring business dinner.
With Wally, you need a sense of humor.
- And we have Germans coming for dinner. - Exactly.
Still, they might find him interesting, being in the film industry.
It's not exactly the film industry.
It is and it isn't. It is.
I'm with Blockbuster in Des Moines.
So you're not a producer.
- Not at all, really. - No way.
- It's just something I say. - We all say it.
- It's something I say. - A joke.
We'll just get rid of you for the night.
No, we won't. Not tonight. It's his birthday.
Get rid of him, now.
What would he like?
Drama or a musical?
He likes it all. He wanted to be an actor.
He got the lead in our high school play, but on opening night he...
I never thought anybody could forget so much so fast without a blow to the head.
Damn, then this won't work.
Theater of Life. It's on TV now.
One of those audience-participation things.
No, that sounds really embarrassing.
Pity. It's three and a half hours long.
It sounds really embarrassing.
This is London. This is theater land. This is the hottest ticket in town.
I won't have to go on stage, will I?
They call you, tell you who you are, where to go and help make up the rest.
There's nothing even to forget. Can I see the hat?
I wish we could hang out. It's my birthday.
I tell you what...
I was saving these for the dinner party. Ambassadors.
The finest smokes you can buy. You and I will fire them up when you get back.
- Birthday cigars. - That's them.
I already laid out £117.50.
- What's that in real money? - Pick up the phone.
They want Spenser.
That's your character name. Go on, say something back. Go on.
- Hello. - Number 6 Bishops Mews.
The back door is open. The girl is upstairs.
Radio contact only from now on.
And Spenser, this time...
...remember to flush. Out.
What'd they say?
Remember to flush.
They were supposed to give you an address.
6 Bishops Mews, England.
That's right around the corner. Come on. I'll drop you off. It's gonna be great.
- Help me! He's going to kill me! - Give me that phone!
- Who is this? - I'm in the flat across the street!
You can see me in the window! Help me, please!
Liar! You stupid cow!
You lay one finger on me and I'm calling the police.
Call the police now, then! Go on!
Bang on cue, your favorite john.
Johnny, tell him he can't talk to you like that.
Tell him to go to hell.
Tell him anything you want.
Yeah, tell me anything you want! Come on!
Do you know what your problem is, apart from being a really ugly bastard?
Come on! You big pansy!
Give us your best shot, mouseballs!
Excuse me, are...?
Why have we stopped, people? Is there a problem?
- Break a leg. Gotta go. - Okay, later.
All right. Have fun.
Wait. What am I supposed to do when this is over?
- I have no idea where I am. - Take my phone.
When the show's over, around 11:30, don't worry, call me.
I'll pick you up and we'll smoke those Ambassadors by midnight.
- Gotta be my birthday so 11:59, the latest. - 11:59.
Knock them dead, big brother.
There'll be bodies all over the place.
Have you got any spare change?
I don't have any of your money yet.
You sure about that?
No, I'm not. I'll give you what I have. I do have American money.
It's just as good. Here.
Nobody told me it already started.
All right, then, just go back to "Give me your money" or whatever the heck.
Just give me money or I'll cut you!
Let me just do my line, first.
Please don't kill me. I'll give you all the money I got.
I'll give you everything. I got no jewelry.
I just got a couple of kids.
They're expecting me to come home tonight.
They don't want to see their daddy dead on the street.
I don't want to kill you.
I'm sorry. I was not prepared for any of this stuff.
Just give me the money!
It's getting so that decent people can't even go out on the street anymore...
...without scum like you trying to step on whatever's decent in this world.
But, you know something?
Your type are just going to be the kind of crap...
...that sticks to the bottom of a good man's loafer.
I am stinking the place up. Take the wallet and let's go on to the next scene.
Take the money.
You take it. He's a bloody nutter.
Come back with my wallet! Stop! Thieves!
I know how much is in there! I want it back after.
Herr Schuster and Frau Schuster.
My wife, Felicity, you know.
How do you do?
Wonderful to see you again.
Rupert Witherington, our chief overseas expert.
- How do you do? - His wife, Fiona.
- Delighted. - Sylvia.
How nice to meet you.
My darling daughter, Barbara.
So pleased you could come.
- Pleased to meet you. - My son-in-law, and our host:
- Guten Abend. - Guten Abend.
Schön, dich zu sehen.
Pleased to meet you, too.
- Mr. Ritchie. - Yes?
Your brother's on the telephone.
Please don't tell me it's over.
I just got mugged.
Two guys with knives took my wallet. I got nervous, they were so nervous.
- I can't talk now. - I can't talk either.
I got a scene with the girl.
Great. Do it with the girl and have a wonderful time.
See you later.
How you doing...
...l've made the martinis!
Be a good boy and bring them up to me.
Gilbert sent you, didn't he?
Yes, he did.
What are you? CIA? Mafia?
I wondered what death would look like. I didn't think he'd look like you.
You gonna bring me that martini or must I suck it from the glass from here?
No, I'll bring it over.
Do you think I look silly in this outfit?
I could take it off, if you'd like.
It's good silly.
And do I get a last request?
You mean like a cigarette or something?
I had something more substantial in mind.
Now you're boasting.
I'm sorry. I am so sorry. Are you all right?
Oh, you were going for the gun.
I didn't mean to. Here.
- Take it. - No.
I'm not playing that game, you sick bastard.
Did I break your nail?
If you're going to shoot me, just do it.
Just do it. Go on. Just bloody well do it.
Go on then.
If I really have to.
But if you do, you'll never find the letters.
Blackmailing a government minister can be very profitable.
You and I could be very, very rich.
So, no death scene.
What do we do now?
Here's our esteemed minister of defense.
You should get rid of him.
But you and l, we have more to do together?
What's your name?
Call me Lori. What's yours?
They just said Spenser.
Good luck, Mr. Spenser.
- Thanks, Lorelei. - Hurry back.
Looking for something?
My glasses. I was visiting a friend.
Who are you?
And I know who you are, too.
Then you better get out of here, fast, before I call the police.
Let's have a scene with the bobbies.
Let's get them all in here.
We'll tell them the whole thing.
What whole thing?
The whole plot thing.
What plot thing?
She told me about the letters.
Letters? What letters?
She told me about them. I know all about the letters.
How do you think I know? She told me.
That's how I found out.
My God, Daggenhorst sent you, didn't he?
How do I know you are who you say you are?
I got this.
Then, of course you are.
Dear God, I'll give you anything you want. Just name your price.
I have to make a call.
Get away from that phone!
Whoa, that was loud.
How'd I do that?
Take this. It's all of it. It's all of it.
- But, I'm sorry. - I will give you some more.
I'm sorry, I stepped out of the scene.
- It was just a loud noise. - I'll give you lots more.
I'm afraid of loud noises.
Come on, let's do it again. Let's take it from the top.
You've done something with your hair.
Where's Gilbert? I heard a shot.
- Gilbert's gone. - Oh, no.
You cut it.
Look, when I said get rid of him, I didn't mean...
- This is a very nice look for you. - Thanks.
Why don't you look out the front and see if it's clear?
Pleased to meet you, girlie. Where are the letters?
Yeah, I'm coming.
Kick it in!
It's not balsa or anything.
Spenser, he's trying to kill me!
Okay. All right... all right.
Spenser, what are you doing?
"Here's Johnny! "
What have we here?
Conveniently found a mallet outside, but I'm going to swap it for this one.
All right, punk.
I guess the question you got to ask yourself today is, "Do I feel lucky?"
Well, punk, do you?
Don't ever show your face on this mews again!
We've got to get out of here.
Let's go. Go, go, go!
I thought I could get the letters and then some maniac called Spenser...
...who says he works for you, fired a pistol at me!
Listen, we are too close to let this fall apart.
There is a loose cannon out there and I want him dealt with immediately.
Just think, Hawkins...
This time next week, these lights will be flashing all across Russia.
This room will be alive again...
...with happy voices and the patter of little feet.
Voices from across Europe being monitored and decoded.
The feet of agents rushing in with urgent communiqués.
The new funding...
...new weapons, new poisons.
Happy days, Hawkins. Happy days.
Yes, Sir Roger.
It seems there's a bit of a problem...
...with Spenser and the girl.
Embleton tried to collect the letters, Spenser tried to shoot him.
Embleton says he seemed a trifle unhinged.
But what about the girl?
This is totally unacceptable.
The zero hour is a mere...
...three hours and 12 minutes away.
It's not possible.
With a mere...
...three hours, 11 minutes till zero hour?
We'll send in the plumbers to flush Spenser.
I call in Boris from deep cover.
The maniac who decapitated poor old Ponsonby in Helsinki?
Boris the Butcher?
Phone for you, love.
Thank you, sweetie.
I know you, Sergei Nikolivich.
There's more to this than just dirty letters.
Why so gloomy? Is better than being butcher.
I like being butcher.
You know exactly who you are killing...
What impresses me most...
...during our visits to Germany are his people.
There's a warmth, a quiet charm. Everyone welcomes you with open arms.
You're sure you were in Germany?
- Wally. - Hello, everybody. Jimmy's brother.
Don't get up.
We need a place to lie low for a while.
I thought this place would be safe.
Won't you introduce us to your friend?
...this is Lori.
She's the defense minister's call girl.
That really hurt.
I should've called her an actress.
Jimmy paid for the whole thing. I should go, I suppose.
We got these smutty letters we're going to blackmail some guy with.
What line of work is your brother in?
He's in the movie business.
The movie business. Of course.
I'm sorry I was a little insensitive.
But, you know, I'm a hit man.
I'm only going to say this once.
I'm not a call girl.
I met Gilbert.
He liked giving me money. I needed it. So I let him, okay?
Was that a tear?
How do you people do it?
Do you poke yourself in the eye?
Or are you thinking right now:
"My dog is dead"?
What's the matter with you?
Are you enjoying this?
My dog is dead.
My dog is dead.
The letters are upstairs in the spare room. You go get them. I'll keep watch, okay?
Yeah, sure, pintsize.
Last time we split up, you locked the door...
...and got strangled. Let's go in together.
You don't trust me, do you?
Say it. Go on, say it.
I don't trust you?
I don't trust you.
I was going to ask you:
Are we all going to stay afterwards and clean up?
I think Goldilocks wears Old Spice.
You should pay your light bill.
There's a lamp over there on the table.
You got me. Did he get you?
You got both of us.
I've never seen a dead body before.
I've seen lots, but this is...
What're you doing?
You gotta check and see just how dead they are.
You can never be sure. Guy could be able to catch this!
You are so twisted.
I would think you'd be impressed by the kind of concentration that is being...
I feel sick. Do you think you trust me to go to the loo?
Off to the loo with you.
I know you worked together...
...but if I find the letters before she does, it'd be a real hoot. How about a clue?
Do you know anything about this girl?
Is she going out with anyone in the cast?
Spenser? Are you there, Spenser?
Do that again.
Spenser? What's going on? Are you receiving me?
You've got a radio.
Spenser, come in immediately. This is a 42-20.
Hello. Spenser, here. Have no fear, good buddy.
What's he talking about?
- Why is he using that American accent? - Cover.
Ask him if he's eliminated the girl.
Did you take the girl to the bathroom?
She went to the loo...
Finally, a spot of luck.
Ask him if he has disposed of the body.
Did you flush?
I think she's going to do that, don't you, pal?
I'll ask her. Lori!
He's talking to her.
She's still in the bowl?
Maybe he tried but she floated back up.
Tell him to flush her. Spenser knows how to deal with floaters.
Tell him to use the plunger or we're sunk.
Listen here, you have to recycle the waste.
I don't know if we mentioned it, but there's a time limit on the operation.
I figure you got to tie up all your loose ends by...
...11:30 at the latest.
- Did you tell him? - Of course not.
Spenser, how did you arrive at that hour specifically?
For one thing...
...I know a couple of guys who are hoping to fire up some big Ambassadors at 11:59.
He knows every detail.
Keep him talking, sir. The plumbers will be there any minute.
I think I've screwed you guys completely up.
I'm way off the script.
I should've gone into the bathroom and flushed her and everything else.
I'm just gonna recycle her now, and we'll go from there, okay?
Over and out.
We know you're out there.
So you've decided to recycle me after all.
I think it'll be a little bit easier, a lot less confusion for everyone.
Thank you. Over here, then.
All right, say cheese.
Let's find the letters.
Oh, my God, what have I done?
From three feet, I missed you.
I thought that was it.
- We gotta get out of here. - We do?
Very good news.
I'd just like to do one thing. I'll be right down.
I have a lot more appreciation for what you people go through.
Thanks. Nice working with you.
You are the best. Thanks for making it fun.
- Freeze! - Don't move!
Wait up, Lori!
Watch the foot.
Look what I found.
You're not going to give them to me.
For half a second back there, I thought I saw a real human being.
Nobody asked me to be a human being.
- Why don't we change it? - Change it?
What were you going to do with these? I'll help you.
Why would you do that?
Because I'd much rather be a good guy.
You're not just acting?
Well, we both are.
In the Theater of Life, I mean.
I suppose we are.
...l'm helping you out, but...
...l'm not a completely good guy.
There's something I want, and you're gonna have to let me do it.
It's like that, is it?
I'm afraid so.
Oh, that feels good.
Thanks a lot. It was really kind of you to let me drive.
So, partner. What are you going to do with your share of the money?
I'm going to get out of here.
Go to New York, buy a flat and I'm gonna study acting.
You don't need acting school. You're a natural.
The stars are out tonight as statesmen and celebrities roll up...
...to celebrate the signing of the Midnight Peace Accord...
...by the leaders of Russia and Great Britain.
After many months of shuttle diplomacy and behind-the-scenes negotiations...
Listen, Sergei, you said, "Kill Spenser, kill girl and get letters."
You said nothing about American Superman.
You did not tell me about American agent!
- Say again. - Don't play with me!
If we cannot trust each other, how can we bring back Cold War together?
Now, listen here, comrade. I know nothing about any American agent.
If you're afraid your pinpoint bomb can't take out that top table...
...at least tell me.
Russian explosive is perfect!
Will destroy everything in five-meter circle and nothing outside!
Maybe you do not trust made-in-Britain timing mechanism!
If your chap, Boris, has botched the job, I'm sure that my...
What is it?
The plumbers say an American killed Spenser...
...kidnapped the girl, grabbed the letters and got away.
Doesn't that just bite it?
Hello, Sergei, I think we may have a bit of a problem.
Police. Quick. Turn the lights on.
- They're on. - License?
Relax, the van is kosher.
Wait a minute. Are those real cops?
Good point. They could be Gilbert's men.
We gotta lose them. Move it!
I'd love to.
We got a right one here now.
Follow him. Keep following.
All right, who's going to stop here?
Sorry, coming through.
- Follow, no follow, you cretin! - This van is rubbish!
It's not the van! This man is good! He's very good!
Oh, man, they give you a real car chase. You get to smash their stuff.
You guys can't be making a dime on this.
Come and get me!
What's he on?
This is great.
Here comes trouble.
- Want me to call for backup? - For what?
For a bloody Mini? You must be joking.
I've always wanted to do this.
I've always wanted to do that.
Yeah. Me, too.
That's gonna cost him.
We're losing them.
Force of habit.
Absolutely bloody brilliant.
Spenser, stop it.
I feel sick.
Sod this. Hang on, Bill. Clench your buttocks.
Where'd they go?
That was fun.
Tomorrow night, I wanna go this way.
I don't think it's fair for these guys. They can't possibly stay with me...
...going right to left.
I like mine.
I think I saw his face in a dream someplace.
Would you mind stepping out of the car, please, sir?
You want to tell me what you think you were doing?
Back in the straightaway...
I could've gone faster, but I'd have lost you.
You, too, young lady.
I hope you two are secure in your work...
...because my husband's on urgent government business.
You'd better stop staring at my legs, too, otherwise he's gonna get really jealous.
Can I see your driving license, sir?
No, you may not!
The guys in the first scene have already taken it.
I'll show you my two-way radio...
...with which you may communicate directly with my superiors.
Coming out there for that good old H.Q. Come on back.
Very funny, sir.
Mind if I have myself a cigarette while I wait for Scotty to beam me up?
Knock yourself out.
Yes, come in. We're receiving you.
Go ahead and say hi.
- Hello? - Who is this?
Police Constable Cochrane from Shepherd's Bush.
What are you doing using one of our communicators?
This gentleman refused to show me any identification.
Of course he didn't show you any identification. He's a secret agent.
Put me on to him at once.
I'm sorry, sir.
It's all right. You're just doing your job. I'm proud of you.
This is Spense.
So you're still calling yourself that, are you?
I think I just might, until 11:30.
How he mocks us.
What do you want?
Would you excuse me one second?
May I step out of character for just one minute?
I wish you would.
I think the reason my brother got me into this was to impress the Germans.
And if it ends here with the police...
...I don't think he's gonna be happy.
But I think we can offer you a more rewarding scenario...
...than the police could provide.
Would you give us a moment to confer?
How much left in the slush fund?
A million and a half.
- And Sergei's? - The same. If we arrange a meeting...
They're fixing it.
Great handcuffs. The ones I've got have a chain in the middle.
- Yeah, the old ones. - I love these.
So what's the pay like, then?
They pay all your expenses.
You're licensed to kill.
But there's a downside.
There's the women, though.
They're nice after the torture. Believe me.
Not much of a car they give you.
It's a piece of crap.
I got an Aston Martin.
Had trouble with the surface-to-air missiles.
It's in the shop.
This will not be easy.
The man has...
Come in, Spenser.
This is Spenser.
We'll give you three million in unmarked bills for the letters.
- Three million. - Yes!
I guess we'll take it.
Be in the lobby of the Grand Plaza London...
...in 20 minutes.
Keep it coming.
Thank you, bloke.
You get a load of this?
...it's a powerful agent...
...that sharpens my senses yet deadens my emotions.
I could do with some of that, sometimes.
What about our story?
Are we just a doomed couple?
We have to be Bonnie and Clyde?
Can't it be like "The Getaway"?
Couldn't it be like that?
I'm not acting.
...I can't act.
But I can do action.
We at Featherstone Finch believe our major strength...
Leave it, the machine will get it.
I just kissed the girl I was with earlier.
She's got lips like your sofa.
Talk about big-car comfort.
And it wasn't just a kiss kiss.
The past five years have seen astonishing worldwide growth...
...with sexports... exports increased by 700 percent.
I want to do this every single day I'm here.
Either that was her tongue or she has three lips.
Hold it, Wally.
A truly remarkable record. If you'll excuse me for just one minute.
What's the problem?
It's not a problem, but you know those Ambassadors?
Do you think we could...
...smoke them over here where I am...
...at the Grand Plaza London?
Because it's already 10:30 and I really would like...
...to smoke them on my day.
I can't. Think maybe we could have those smokes tomorrow night?
I say, old chap, do have time?
You just stabbed me with your pen.
...can I please borrow the keys to the station wagon?
Hello, Theater of Life.
This is Mr. Ritchie. My brother is doing your show.
Wait there, sir.
Trace this call.
I want to ask...
We want to question him in connection with a murder.
And the call girl, too. I know, I paid for it.
Mr. Ritchie, this is Chief Inspector Cockburn.
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Man Who Shot liberty Valance The 1962
Man Who Went to Mars A (2003) CD1
Man Who Went to Mars A (2003) CD2
Man Who Would Be King The
Man Without a Past
Man of La Mancha (1972) CD1
Man of La Mancha (1972) CD2
Man of the Year The 2003
Man with the Golden Gun The
Manchurian Candidate The 2004
Manhattan Murder Mystery
Mannen Som Ikke Kunne Le
Mannen Som Log
Manon des Sources
Manon of the Spring
Mans Best Friend
Map Of The Human Heart 1993
Maria Full Of Grace (2004)
Marilyn Monroe - The final days 2001
Marius 1931 CD1
Marius 1931 CD2
Marnie (Hitchcock 1964)
Married With Children 1x01 - Pilot
Married With Children 1x02 - Thinergy
Married With Children 1x03 - Sixteen Years and What You Get
Married With Children 1x04 - But I Didnt Shoot the Deputy
Married With Children 1x05 - Have You Driven a Ford Lately
Married With Children 1x06 - Whose Room Is It Anyway
Married With Children 1x07 - Al Loses His Cherry
Married With Children 1x08 - Peggy Sue Got Work
Married With Children 1x09 - Married Without Children
Married With Children 1x10 - The Poker Game
Married With Children 1x11 - Where Is the Boss
Married With Children 1x12 - Nightmare On Als Street
Married With Children 1x13 - Johnny B Gone
Marrying Kind The (George Cukor 1952)
Marrying The Mafia CD1
Marrying The Mafia CD2
Martian Chronicles The 1980 CD1
Martian Chronicles The 1980 CD2
Martin Lawrence Live Runteldat
Marx Brothers - Horse Feathers (1932)
Mary Poppins 1964 CD1
Mary Poppins 1964 CD2
Mask of Zorro
Masque of the Red Death The
Master And Commander - The Far Side Of The World (2003) CD1
Master And Commander - The Far Side Of The World (2003) CD2
Matango (Attack of the Mushroom People 1963)
Matrix Reloaded (2)
Matrix Revisited The (2001) CD1
Matrix Revisited The (2001) CD2
Matrix Revolutions The CD1
Matrix Revolutions The CD2
May (Lucky McKee 2002)
McKenzie Break The 1970
Me Myself I
Me Myself and Irene
Mean Creek 2004
Meaning Of Life The (Monty Pythons) CD1
Meaning Of Life The (Monty Pythons) CD2
Meet Joe Black
Meet The Parents
Mekhong Full Moon Party (2002)
Men Behind the Sun
Men In Black
Men Make Women Crazy Theory
Men Suddenly In Black
Men in Black 2
Men in Tights
Menace 2 society
Mentale La (The Code)
Message in a Bottle
Miami Tail A 2003
Michael Collins CD1
Michael Collins CD2
Michael Jackson Moonwalker 1988
Michael Jordan To The Max 2000
Michel Vaillant CD1
Michel Vaillant CD2
Michelangelo Antonioni - Blow up
Mickey Blue Eyes 1999
Middle of the Moment
Midnight Clear A
Midnight Cowboy (1969)
Midnight Express 1978
Midnight Mass 2002
Midnight Run CD1
Midnight Run CD2
Mighty Wind A
Milagro De P Tinto El
Milieu du monde Le (Alain Tanner 1974)
Millers Crossing 1990
Million Dollar Baby CD1
Million Dollar Baby CD2
Million Le 1931
Minimal Stories 2002
Minority Report 2002
Miracle On 34th Street
Miracle Worker The
Mirror The 1997
Mishima A Life In Four Chapters DVDRip 1985 CD1
Mishima A Life In Four Chapters DVDRip 1985 CD2
Mission Impossible (1996)
Mission Impossible 2
Mission The CD1
Mission The CD2
Mission en Marbella
Mississippi Burning CD1
Mississippi Burning CD2
Mississippi Mermaid 1969
Missouri Breaks The 1976
Mole The CD1
Mole The CD2
Molly Maguires The CD1
Molly Maguires The CD2
Mommie Dearest (1981)
Mona Lisa Smile CD1
Mona Lisa Smile CD2
Money Money Money (Claude Lelouch 1972) CD1
Money Money Money (Claude Lelouch 1972) CD2
Monkeybone - Special Edition
Monsters and Cie
Monthy Python - Life Of Brian
Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl
Monty Python Live at the Hollywood Bowl 1982
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
Monty Pythons Life of Brian
Monty Pythons The Meaning of Life
Monty Pythons and the Meaning of Life
Moon Child 2003 CD1
Moon Child 2003 CD2
Moon Spinners CD1
Moon Spinners CD2
Moonlight Whispers 1999
Moscow Does Not Believe In Tears CD1
Moscow Does Not Believe In Tears CD2
Mosquito Coast The CD1
Mosquito Coast The CD2
Most Terrible Time In My Life The (1994)
Mother India 1957 CD1
Mother India 1957 CD2
Mother Kusters Goes To Heaven 1975
Mother Night 1996
Mother The 2003 CD1
Mother The 2003 CD2
Mothman Prophecies The
Moulin Rouge CD1
Moulin Rouge CD2
Muhammad - Legacy Of A Prophet CD1 2002
Muhammad - Legacy Of A Prophet CD2 2002
Mujer mas fea del mundo La
Mummy Returns The - Collectors Edition (Widescreen)
Mummy The - Full-Screen Collectors Edition
Muppet Christmas Carol The
Murder By Numbers
Murder In The First 1995
Murder Most Foul (1964)
Murder My Sweet 1944
Murder at the Gallop
My Babys Daddy
My Beautiful Laundrette
My Big Fat Greek Wedding
My Boss My Hero
My Bosss Daughter 2003
My Girlfriends Boyfriend (Eric Rohmer 1987)
My Life as a Dog 1985
My Life to Live
My Neighbors the Yamadas (Isao Takahata 1999) CD1
My Neighbors the Yamadas (Isao Takahata 1999) CD2
My Son the Fanatic
My Tutor Friend (2003) CD1
My Tutor Friend (2003) CD2
My Wife Is A Gangster 2
My Wife Is Gangster
Mystery Of Rampo