Absolute Power

Absolute Power

A master thief coincidentally is robbing a house where a murder in which the President of The United States is involved occurs in front of his eyes. He is forced to run yet may hold evidence that could convict the President. A political thriller from and starring Clint Eastwood and based on a novel by David Baldacci.

Based on the novel by David Baldacci, the film is about the ruthlessness of people in power. The President believes that everything he does is beyond reproach, including an affair or two. That leads to murder and everyone around him is involved. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Absolute Power torrent reviews

Mishelle B (es) wrote: For the budget, this movie was fabulous, in a twisted sort of way. I really enjoyed the story line. This movie made me see Britt Griffith in a whole new light!

Vikas N (nl) wrote: This movie easily slips into my kitty of the top 25 bollywood thrillers ever. Vidya Bagchi's journey in finding her lost husband, the sheer conviction with which she slips into that fictional character, superbly convincing us with the antics of a chronic expectant and a brilliant plot makes this flick justly captivating. With sumptuous twists and thrills thrown at anticipating intervals, the movie keeps you at the edge of your seat and treats you with an overwhelmingly startling climax. Sujoy ghosh after a trail of not so gratifying feats does a clean sweep with Kahaani. The ensemble cast delivers exceptional performances and renders the much needed factual elements to craft this tour de force. Vidya's character has been skilfully sketched with many layers. For instance her playful inquisitiveness with the teashop boy, light exchanges with the lodge in charge to the final fury with Damji; all of them clearly classified yet bonded with so much of feminine veracity. Setu's camera coherently captures the beauty of Calcutta in its raw form and Namrata's dexterous editing adds the needed glitter. Gosh this time has quite brilliantly kept the characters well chiselled and ensured the viewers to be given almost no room in guessing the continuance of the plot. Music is influential and ensures to cater the narrative with the needed pitch. Ghosh eloquently brings every frame to life with a generous effort on the screenplay and progressiveness. Altogether this Kahaani is indeed a celebration of the compelling audacity of womanhood.

Ester B (nl) wrote: his is the story of how a massive Nordic male with down-to-earth habits and serious bouts of aggression joins in to the crew of a narcistic, very artistic and very thin film director to come out with their film. Very funny.

Jeffrey M (fr) wrote: Bleak, sorrowful, and visceral in its depictions, The Grey Zone is a holocaust film that seeks to transport you to the minute-by-minute tragedies of the Nazi concentration camp. The film follows a group of prisons in an Auschwitz camp who, by their efforts to help with the body disposal, are given special privileges, leaving them feeling guilty. An opportunity for defiance finds the group, as they plot to destroy the dreaded incinerators.The film is unique from the standpoint that it is told in an almost clinical way, with fast dialogue, quick action, and no real time for pondering. It's almost reminiscent of a Steven Soderbergh film with its heightened sense of realism. This helps to distinguish itself from what some might consider 'misery porn', and forces the viewer to confront the realities of what is unfolding much in the way that the victims themselves had to, where the luxuries of after the fact pondering don't exist. This is bolstered by good overall performances, and crisp direction which keeps the film immersive. The problem, however, is that the film's clinical nature gave way to a sort of emotional disconnect. There is no one to really identify with, and the moments of horror are so fast as to have an almost blunted feel. Thus, the film never fully achieves the resonance that it wants, lacking a real emotional core. An overall strong, and uniquely conceived film3.5/5 Stars

Jeremy P (gb) wrote: So, explorer Marco Polo travels all across the Mongolian Empire and shares his findings with Kublai Khan, who then appoints him an imperial inspector assigned with finding a group of rebels who just tried to assassinate Kublai. Yes I'm sure this is all historically accurate. There are four men left to be found, most prominently my main man Fu Sheng, who go into hiding to work on their kung fu skills. Polo himself isn't a complete d-bag and eventually sees the value in the rebel cause. Despite some strangeness in the vibe of the movie and not having any idea what they were going for, things clear up with a half hour left in time for a great action finale. Always keep your faith in director Chang Cheh.

Kevin M W (it) wrote: Kenneth More leads a large cast of sea captains who need to sink the dreadnought of the seas at that time, owned and operated by the damned Nazis. The story itself is less about the Brit effort unfortunately, than about kraut stupidity, allowing themselves to get ganged up on in the North Sea. It, nonetheless, engages.

Caitlin L (fr) wrote: A cute movie. Not a fan of it. Stupid at times.

Benjamin B (br) wrote: It's familiar formula but there are certain elements that spice up the plot and there is an impressively consistent flow of spunky energy, not to mention the animation itself is very impressive. A fairly amusing if unspectacular animated movie.

Lee M (gb) wrote: Born to Be Blue doesn't pretend to have all the answers. What it does have - in addition to an immersive performance from Ethan Hawke as the cool-cat jazz man - is an emotional understanding of who Baker was, or may have been.