11 Blocks

11 Blocks

John 'Concrete' Hong has one night to fight his way across a violent city and rescue the one he loves. After eviction from their apartment, John and Bethany Hong are forced to live on the streets of Union, a violent city where street gangs control the lower blocks. When John journeys to the bottom of the city to find work, the WCC gang corners him. After fighting his way out, he becomes the target of the corrupt Police Chief and his hired assassin, Finger.

Union City is a violent place controlled by street gangs. When John and his girlfriend are evicted from their apartment and separated, John must traverse through the violent futuristic city in search for the woman he loves while evading a corrupt police chief out to kill him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Brahm V (it) wrote: Any horror fan turned director, would have made a better story.Tried cashing in on the hand held camera horrors, go and watch paranormal activity instead.

Courtney Y (au) wrote: Adorable movie. It's very sweet!

Davide F (ag) wrote: Documentario interessante per quello che vuole comunicare: cio che l'Italia oggigiorno piuttosto che essere divisa tra chi di destra e chi di sinistra, lo tra chi appare e chi non appare in TV ... Girato tecnicamente in modo poco innovativo (Moore e Oliver Stone sono in un altro pianeta) ...

Chris D (jp) wrote: omg. bad steven seagal acting cannot be saved by randomly throwing in trendy vampires.

Darian C (ru) wrote: no good at all. just no good.

Bruno C (gb) wrote: I've only been aware of the "victor theremin" (or as we know it today as JUST a theremin) for the past couple years, and really had no idea of it's history other than what I've seen in the documentary, Moog.This was a fascinating story, and also a tale of tragedy, to see how the very first electronic musical instrument had such a revolutionary and hopeful beginning that became "lost" due in part to the disappearance of its inventor. Then Hollywood saw its use strictly for creating spooky sounds of sci-fi and horror movies of the 1950's and as a hobby for young boys of those times...that later inspired those "youngsters" in the 60's and 70's in shaping electronic music as we know it today and modern music, be it electronica, prog rock, or pop music.I have a few questions still by the end of the film, but overall fairly well done in what was the main goal: to provide a snapshot of the "strange" life of the inventor, Leon Theremin, and his invention's impact on music.

Hannah B (us) wrote: This is my favourite movie ever. It's funny and romantic but different from the usual saccharin rom-coms.

Jc E (br) wrote: Wonder how much Seiko paid United Artist so that Roger would wear a digital Seiko instead of the classic Rolex."All time high" sung by Rita Coolidge is definitely my favourite James Bond title song Ive heard so far. In this penultimate Roger Moores service to British Intelligence. Jaws was replaced by a turbaned villian, and laser beam guns were superseded by spinning circular chain saws. The classical ending to the film was none other than the ticking atomic bomb being disarmed with only one second to spare by 007. Of course Roger Moore found himself in the arms of Octopussy, named after the deadly blue ring octopus, played by Maud Adams while they sailed into the sunset in a huge boat rowed by a bevy of Amazon beauties. It was rather tasteful to see Roger matched with Maud Adams as the Bond girl for Octopussy instead of someone younger by more than half his age.

Carl M (it) wrote: The wife and mother of a drafted soldier are left to fend for themselves in the grassy swamplands of rural Japan, where they pay for their meager meals by slaying passing samurai and selling their armor. When a neighbor returns from the war to inform them of their loss, he strikes up a passionate love affair with his friend's ex-lover, causing her mother-in-law to lash out in jealousy and rage. The older woman uses the fearsome mask of a fallen warrior to frighten the lovers from seeing one another, but her selfish pursuit has its own horrifying consequences. Taken from traditional Buddhist folklore, ONIBABA comes from an age of romantic ghost stories known as Kaidan that proliferated in Japanese cinema throughout the first half of the century. The terrors in this film are quite human, however. Here, we see the ravening effect that war has on the common people, the lengths that men and women will go through to survive, and the darkest of human emotions. Kaneto Shind uses deeply symbolic imagery to personify these feelings of hopelessness, fear, and anger, the most effective, of course, being the demonic Noh mask that latches on to its wearer and exposes their inner being. The desperate sex acts committed by the two young lovers are as much about raw, animalistic desire as they are about escaping from the futile and mundane life cycle. ONIBABA is a brilliantly-shot and highly-atmospheric masterpiece that places a very human drama at the height of its success. -Carl ManesI Like Horror Movies

Katy R (au) wrote: kind of sad but it gets better

Matt R (es) wrote: A cheesily fun martial arts fantasy -- do not expect anything more.

Mina N (it) wrote: good movie with charming decoration with gr8 acting from all cast