A Few Days in September

A Few Days in September

1 September 2001. Elliot, an American C.I.A. agent holding top secret information on the immediate future of the world, disappears. His sole aim was to meet his daughter Orlando, whom he abandoned ten years before. Irène, a French agent who used to work with him, and David, his adoptive son, will help him and lead the girl to her father. Chased by William Pound, a strangely poetic psycho, they will defy the dangers of international espionage from Paris to Venice and finally get to Elliot on 11 September 2001.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:116 minutes
  • Release:2006
  • Language:English,French,Italian,Arabic
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   paris france,   spy,  

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Kevin D (us) wrote: The origins of the Batman. There have been several renditions over his from his more wholesome and humble beginnings in the 'Silver Age' of comics, to Christopher Nolan's epic film trilogy of a man driven mad by the death of his parents. Printed in 1987, Year One was artist and writer Frank Miller's take on Batman's beginnings and is considered by many the official cannon of Wayne's long endeavor against crime.DC Animation did a wonderful job approaching Miller's work, and remained very true to the original work. There is very little alteration in plot and theme, as it retains it gritty and dark narrative, about a city lost to crime and corruption, and the struggle of good men in a city where good men are considered weak. You are introduced to two main characters, Bruce Wayne and James Gordon. Both outsiders, and both willing to make a difference in their own way. The theme of this film is one of absolute resolve and strength in the face of adversity.Where this film really excels is within its voice acting. Most people will be able to place Bryan Cranston as Lieutenant Gordon. Gordon, arguably the main character of this story, begins as a man in penance. He enters the city by train, regretting his actions that got him transferred to the most dangerous city in America, apprehensive about the future for his wife and himself. All of this is portrayed through these subtle inflections of voice, and Cranston does a fantastic job of maintaining this quality throughout the film. Ben McKenzie as Bruce Wayne / Batman is excellent in his role, and separates himself from previous voice actors. He portrays a man of drive and unforgiving resolve, yet at times a man who is uncertain of himself. The acting is solid throughout, which is no small feat in animation as it depends completely on how the actors use their voice.Batman is a symbol to many, as a stand against crime, yet his beginnings were not always easy. His struggle is a very real and human one. In many ways, he represents the best of us, and an unwavering determination to do what is necessary in the face of evil. Year One is arguably the best animated adaptation of a comic book to date.

David L (gb) wrote: One of those films which looks good on the trailer, but doesn't materialise at all when watched all the way through. Poor acting, poor camera work, and just poor quality all round make this a........well,.......pretty poor spectacle really. It starts very suddenly with no introduction, and it feels like we've skipped part of the film already as the paintball battle begins with no knowledge of why it's happening, or who the people are that have been selected to take part. One by one, the team members get picked off in a very bog standard manner i.e. being shot. For some unknown reason, many of the death's are then shot through thermal vision goggles which completely wastes any opportunity to liven this film up a bit. At least the conclusion to this film is in line with the rest of the movie......baffling and confusing, leaving me thinking 'What the hell is going on'?!

Dave J (ru) wrote: Monday, November 14, 2011 (2008) Against The Dark HORROR/ ACTION Straight to rental Steven Seagal flick has him involved with a group of three recruitments seeking for human survivors in a city overpopulated by ghouls, easily infected by an uncurable infected virus once bitten! The problem is that it's more horror, such as scenes of eating human flesh than action is what Seagal is known for. See "Zombieland", "28 Days Later" or "Blade" instead! 2 out of 4 stars

Movie F (nl) wrote: I do not understand that a critic just flushes out the movie by rating it as "AVERAGE". This Movie is realistic,gripping and Creepy Performances. The plot was the emotion and the corruption in a cop family and the circumstances! Well directed by Gavin.

Jim B (de) wrote: Absolute low budget classic

Ian M (ag) wrote: Must stop watching films when sleepy

Andrew T (fr) wrote: Probably the single best movie about Boy Scouts ever. Sure, it's pretty corny at times, but it has a sense of optimism that movies today mostly lack.

Bailey A (jp) wrote: If you do not like dummies or clowns, then you will be scared just by that, but other than that the movie was not interesting.

Tyson P (gb) wrote: pretty crazy cgi. what happened to his crazy sci fi gun though? after a while hes using spears?

KL L (it) wrote: I enjoyed this movie, wasn't the best but I found it amusing.

Chris K (kr) wrote: To my shock... I actually enjoyed this movie. Always been a Kilmer fan, simple yet effect characters with a simple thrilling story. Ain't gonna blow your mind but will take you for a ride. Enjoy.