Agent Beetle

Agent Beetle

An undercover cop visits a drug company to get information on a program that gives convicted felons superpowers. With heat on his trail, he must use his newly acquired powers to stop the program and bring its powerful convicts to justice

An undercover cop visits a drug company to get information on a program that gives convicted felons superpowers. With heat on his trail, he must use his newly acquired powers to stop the program and bring its powerful convicts to justice . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mavrinac D (ag) wrote: The beginning of the movie was really surprising in a good way, like braking into police station... but somewhere along the way the movie became deluded with too much non-conversation scenes or unnecessary conversation scenes...

Garwin S (de) wrote: Another of Beat Takeshi's offbeat take on Japan's rebellious class. Could almost be titled as Battle Royale ii.

Sandra P (ag) wrote: histoire sans pretention... racontant quelques temps de la vie de trois hommes qui ne se connaissaient pas... simple...la vie...

Henning S (mx) wrote: Bebber makes cool movies, and this one is damn cool. low budget but still kicks ass!!

Lee M (ag) wrote: Ken Russell-esque, but the satire is too awfully confused about the difference between sex and love to be making profound or ironic statements about the nature of romance.

Bubba M (de) wrote: This is sooo not right.

Jason S (it) wrote: it was ok not the best

Richard D (jp) wrote: I have seen this film dozens and dozens of times and I never tire of it. There are a lot of films that are variations on Raymond Chandler (some of them direct adaptations too, like "The Long Goodbye"), but few of them both capture the essence of Chandler and expand on his themes this effectively. Jack Nicholson's J.J. Gittes is Philip Marlowe expanded on and accentuated a bit. An effective detective who's probably too well educated and sensitive for his line of work. He knows he can't actually make a difference against rampant corruption, but it still bothers him. John Huston's Noah Cross is probably my favourite screen villain. He's genial and completely evil in a fatherly way. He's a man who does not care about what anybody thinks or does because he simply doesn't have to (note how he casually gets Gittes name wrong, says it right once when corrected, and then gets it wrong every time going forward). The way he seems to absorb Katherine during the film's climax is one of the most quietly chilling images ever committed to film.

Anne W (jp) wrote: I can watch this movie 100 times over. I love love love this movie!