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Alexander P (kr)

A decent idea but not executed quite as well as should have been - Decent plot, decent acting, a shame it goes off towards the end


Anne F (jp)

We know, because of the restrictions on American film plots at that time, whether or not he will get away with it, but that doesn't detract from the entertainment given by this film. He tries to pin the blame on someone he believes committed the original killing, but ends up incriminating the man's father-in-law. Film noir - a violent detective accidentally kills a witness to a murder


Brad S (ru)

We never do. It just studies a few moments in Joby's life with a very detached hands-off approach and keeps us guessing through the end credits if we'll find out what makes him tick. A sparse character piece that never really lets us in to the characters


Brendan S (ca)

Nothing more and nothing less. Just ignorant to the core to get one race fired up. People love to have one sided movies and this is one of them. and that's not a good thing. . . This is the exact reason why people vote for Trump


Brodie A (jp)

Ridiculous and amusing. One of the brothers fights with a CHAINSAW. The Tremor brothers were the best. There's plenty of action, guns, and blood. It felt like they wanted a Tarantino-esque dark comedy. They have Ben Affleck, Alicia Keys, Ryan Reynolds, Chris Pine, Jason Bateman, and Matthew Fox to name few. The cast is overwhelming. A whole bunch of bad guy assassins want a snitch magician dead


Charles P (nl)

It's like a ridiculous history lesson, told by a loud, uninterested history teacher


Col (kr)

you like the game watch it and if not don't!. Liked the way it was told in retrospect, but apart from that it again like Downfall was good just to see more of the whole Dead Space story told


Daniel M (nl)

Felt the same way about this than I did the first movie


Derek R (gb)

Highly recommended. Director Ryan Nicholson knows his history and pays homage to genre favorites like I Spit on Your Grave, and Nightmare. Outrageous old school horror, with enough blood/gore, sex/nudity (female and male) to satisfy any fan tired of what passes for current PG-13 fright cinema


Everett J (br)

Fate brings him an ugly deal that nothing whatsoever can fix. He just wasn?t counting on the particular circumstances with which he is ultimately forced to make sense of. Joshua has embraced a life of violence and knows emphatically that such an existence has its perils. It?s a dark ride into the psyche of a man who can just as easily plug a bullet into the skull of a man as read a newspaper. There is a purity to the film and it works well on every level, particularly as it explores the strained yet loving relationship between two brothers. The characters are properly formed and fully believable and remain so throughout. Overall, this film is deeply affecting and gets more so over time. Moira Kelly gives a well-balanced performance that expresses Alla?s genuine calm and steadfastness. Joshua embodies both a menacing side and one that is more loving and tender although as mentioned he is still closed off even from his family and most likely doesn?t know himself all that well. This is perhaps the quintessential Roth performance based on how much anguish he is able to release into the audience through the simplest of movements. Tim Roth is dynamic and portrays his character as deeply wounded which he reveals through his eyes and facial gestures. Furlong is thrilling to watch as his character attempts to comprehend the nature of his brother who he hasn?t seen in years and who their mother thought long dead. Edward Furlong captures Reuben?s wide-eyed view of his world with a clear, straightforward performance filled with quiet moments of reflection. Just the way he smokes a cigarette reveals his ease of being. His character is so delicately controlled throughout much of the film and embodies a legitimate humility that is born aloft through his gait and gestures. Maximilian Schell gives a powerful, reserved performance in this film that is direct and totemic. It?s brutal and terribly sad in a way that resonates long after the film has concluded. He is left in hell with no way of putting the pieces back together in order to reassemble a life. Naturally Joshua?s world completely collapses as his scant moorings are suddenly removed and he is left to face the consequences of his actions which he seems to have never truly considered before. It?s one of those films that leaves a scar and the final scenes are fraught with agony from which the body cannot be cleansed. This film aches with a sensibility that corrodes the heart and leaves the viewer gasping and heartbroken. Yet he does and quickly things turn into a hell that most certainly shatters him utterly into shards. Roth conveys the sense that his character has become something ghastly to himself and that he finds it difficult to move forward on his broken agenda. This might be because he is losing his footing and becomes increasingly less comfortable in himself although he betrays this confusion with his hard routine and degrees of senseless violence against those he is hired to dispatch. When not so engaged he allows his character?s defenses to come down slowly and almost imperceptibly over the course of the film. Tim Roth plays Joshua with a steely determinism that is expressed whenever he is participating in gang-related activity. There is something quite warm about the character and one truly wants to see him turn his back on his career, whatever the consequences. He?s an excruciatingly sympathetic character despite the sheer horror of his brutality. He is callous and heartless yet there is a vulnerable side to him that comes out when he?s with his mother, brother or especially Alla. It is apparent that he doesn?t quite know just why he is doing what he is doing although he continues to behave in the same manner with impunity. He seems to know it. He is trapped in a life that has but one purpose and most likely one ending. She tries to be a reasoning influence on Joshua but it doesn?t really work. What she knows is never quite revealed although it seems possible that she might know more than she lets on. Naturally she does not know about the severity of his behavior and remains a sort of innocent throughout the film. They rekindle their romance and there is a soft melancholy about their time together. Alla (Kelly) is a local girl who was once sweet on Joshua. Yet, it doesn?t cause him to turn away from Joshua; it?s just another secret he is forced to endure. He is both horrified and galvanized when he witnesses his brother execute a rival crime boss. He?s not cut out to be a full fledged criminal but he remains curious throughout about what it means to participate in such a lifestyle. Reuben is presented as a good kid with an inclination to follow in his brother?s footsteps. Joshua?s return vitalizes Reuben and he clearly enjoys having the company of his big brother who brings a bit of danger and excitement into his life. The film focuses much of its attention on the relationship between Joshua and Reuben. He is rudderless and caught up in a life with no color and where he is routinely called upon to take a life that doesn?t belong to him. Joshua is a spent character who always seems to be moving against a strong wind. His little brother Reuben (Furlong) worships him and their bond is clearly tight although it appears to be difficult for Joshua to effectively convey his feelings. He is forced to face a father named Arkady (Schell) who initially attempts to prevent him from seeing his mother Irina (Redgrave) who is dying of cancer. He is instructed to return to his old Brooklyn neighborhood where his parents and brother live and begrudgingly accepts the job. He is able to commit such deeds without emotion because he has managed to shut himself off from all humanity. When we first meet him he rushes a man sitting on a park bench and puts a bullet in his head. In this film Joshua Shapira is a Russian mobster who puts hits on various individuals who have crossed the family. Little Odessawritten and directed by James Graystarring Tim Roth, Edward Furlong, Moira Kelly, Vanessa Redgrave, Maximilian Schell, Paul Guilfoyle, David VadimSometimes the giddiness of gun play has terrible personal consequences that cannot be readily foreseen