An estranged husband refuses to take up his son's responsibility after parting ways with his wife. But when he receives the news of his wife's death, he sets out in search of his son.
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Nilesh J (mx) wrote: A complete waste after a brilliant first movie. Too unreal, artificial, slapstick and with few decent jokes. How can a team that produce such a wonderful part 1 can fall so much?
Ryan B (fr) wrote: One of my favorites of the summer, amazing visual effects. Especially since it's in my hometown of Chicago. At a time you'll feel the bad guys have won. Storyline a bit confusing at times but it's the action that beats it.
Steve W (kr) wrote: The finale of Mesrine has more of everything, more shootouts, another daring escape, but most of it is steeped in melodrama as it winds down to its inevitable conclusion. This one isn't as well rounded because the characters are more on the bland side.
Nick O (es) wrote: Great acting, funny, sweet and dramatic. Interesting coming-of-age story.
Steve E (jp) wrote: A horror film in the tradition of Scream, but without the polish. Lotsa boobs and some fun, and a sequel in store yayyyy!
Ben H (it) wrote: A thrilling cinematic adventure coupled with a stirring score, Gladiator is one of the top films of the decade. History buffs will love the epic opening battle and will be willing to overlook the slight inaccuracies which are only slightly based in reality. In real life, Commodus did indeed fight in the arena but ruled as sole emperor for 12 years before being assassinated.
Sam M (mx) wrote: It drags on and some other things make it difficult to follow and hold an interest for the duration. F. Murray Abraham is very good, as usual.
Daniel B (nl) wrote: One of the best from Roger Corman
Orlok W (us) wrote: Beautiful, Haunting, Heartfelt Noir--A brooding masterful touch on industry and choices!!
Jose Luis M (kr) wrote: Lo mejor de este intento de thriller ertico es una destapada Julianne Moore y la cachetada que le da a Madonna, zapatero a sus zapatos.
Brett H (it) wrote: Zack Snyder's adrenaline-charged remake of the George Romero classic updates the story in virtually every way and it is one hell of an entertaining ride that is in my opinion, better than the original! This film starts with a bang and features one of the coolest, "shit has gone crazy" panning shots I've ever seen and a noticeable difference here is the zombies HAUL ASS after you; they are pretty terrifying. The cast is rock-solid with a noticeably diverse group of characters ranging from young to old as well as multi-racial and multi-gender, and it's refreshing to see a cast that isn't completely white-washed. The story plays out similarly to the original film, however there are many more characters and thus more chances to show off the terrific modern special effects when some of them inevitably die. Holing up in a shopping mall for safety offered great social commentary in the original film regarding the rise in commercialism and the parallels of the zombies and our society roaming the malls was pitch-perfect satire. While that satire isn't as well-represented here, the film has a great montage in the middle showing how the survivors are coping with their situation by screwing around and even involving a sniper on a nearby rooftop who shoots zombies resembling celebrities as a darkly comic game. The key ingredient of this film is that it is fun, there is an entire sequence near the end where the survivors modify shuttle buses to fight back against the hordes of zombies and it's like something out of a video game and it is awesome! There are admittedly some darker moments like when certain survivors don't trust one another and a truly disturbing scene when a zombie baby is born and then dealt with, but these scenes add to the tension and truly make it memorable. Zack Snyder has always been a director to hate on, but I feel he is unfairly judged as it is not easy to remake a beloved, iconic horror classic such as Dawn of the Dead and actually improve on the tone and impact in every way, and it's easily one of the best in its genre.
xGary X (de) wrote: Fearless is based on the life of Huo Yuanjia, a martial artist who became the figurehead of Chinese national pride at the turn of the century. The format is all very familiar; a famous fighter becomes drunk on his own success until his arrogance results in tragedy leading to his downfall. He learns what is important in life and overcomes adversity to fight a final battle to restore the pride of his country. Yes, Rocky, The Karate Kid and a hundred others have followed this formula, but the fact that this is in fact based on a true story gives it much greater credibility. I would also have to say that, although I may be biased, the way the Chinese approach the subject matter is something akin to comparing a piece of artful, moving poetry to Hollywood's ham-fisted and tacky greetings card rhyme. Full of the kind of beautiful imagery you'd expect from a nouveau martial arts film and typical of the kind of superb action sequences you'd expect from Jet Li and Yuen Wo Ping (fight choreographer for The Matrix amongst others) it's yet another example of Asian cinema at it's finest.Addendum: I would have to recommend the Blu Ray edition of this film as not only does it look fantastic, but the director's cut restores 40 minutes of material cut from the centre section which although virtually action free, forms the heart and soul of the story.
Smashproplaya (it) wrote: Great way to close out the renaissance.
Katie G (nl) wrote: No!!! Didn't do the series justice at all!