In Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhua, RAW Agent Vinod (Saif Ali Khan) is rescued by colleague Rajan (Ravi Kishan) from a rogue Pakistani army officer (Shahbaz Khan). In Russia/Uzbekistan, an ex-KGB Officer is tortured and murdered. In Cape Town, a group of international business tycoons discusses a rumor that the dead KGB officer possessed a nuclear suitcase bomb. In Moscow, Rajan is exposed and shot dead while trying to send a Code Red message to India. In India, the head of RAW sees the incomplete message containing just number 242. Agent Vinod undertakes a globe-trotting secret mission to discover the reason why his colleague, Rajan, was murdered. A series of twists and turns take Vinod across the globe to Morocco and Latvia, Karachi to Delhi and finally London where he discovers the actual conspiracy.
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Ricardo B (nl) wrote: Good movie even with the added dramatic scenes that are not in the Bible
Daniel L (ru) wrote: It's a story that needs to be told, but the film didn't deliver its message as forcefully as it could have.
George J (it) wrote: Total waste of a talented cast. The writer should have his WGA card revoked. It has virtually no character development, unbelievable plot, and is chock full of clichs, some of them offensive. (Morgan Freeman is the wise, all-knowing old black man, Greg Kinnear is a total loser who does nothing to convince us that any woman would like him let alone the three he marries in this film, etc. etc.)
Jordan M (br) wrote: i ttly love green day yea!!!
Peter B (br) wrote: In this Hunger-Games-like Japanese film, one class of 42 students are taken to a remote island, given supplies and a random weapon each, and instructed to fight to the death, leaving one winner. The dialogue is cheesy and the acting is unimpressive, but this bloody and violent affair has a lot of strong points.
Thrse F (de) wrote: Not interested in watching
Jonathan B (au) wrote: A painful study of the lives of a group of pole dancers who work at a sleazy strip club in California. We see their hopes and dreams and shattered lives laid bare in what is essentially a female buddy movie. All of the characters are flawed in some way, whether it is Daryl Hannah's cringing neediness, Jennifer Tilly's rage or Sandra Oh's inability to take a chance when she is offered a way out. The characterisations are warm and 3 dimensional and the threads of the story are neatly woven together. There are some moments of brilliant tragicomedy such as when Jennifer Tilly's dominatrix character Jo is confronted by an expectant mother at an abortion clinic as well as moving and heartbreaking scenes like when Jasmine, Oh's character, realises she has probably let the man she loves and the life she wants slip through her fingers.It is remarkable that the story, script and plotlines were all pretty much improvised by the actors themselves and it is a testament to the calibre of the cast that they carry this off so perfectly. Daryl Hannah, in pre-Kill Bill days is unbelievably convincing as the utterly pathetic stoner, Angel but I feel it is Sandra Oh who steals this movie. She has a lightness of touch and ability to convey real emotion that is impossible not to admire.I really don't understand why this movie isn't better known as every time I watch it, I am reminded just how good it really is. Perhaps the reason is that it doesn't glamourise the scene and is ultimately a rather sad comment on the American dream and the permissive society.
Alexander T (fr) wrote: great fighting movie
Michael C (br) wrote: My all time favorite movie!!!
Brian B (au) wrote: Abbott and Costello with their typical idiocy trying to solve murders by a madman who turns out to be Mr. Hyde.
Gabi B (jp) wrote: Classical epic screening. It is a bit too long though pretty much enjoyable. Story is complicated, and Hemingways deepness comes just through Pilars straight monologues. There wasn't much of romance which was the strong side of the movie for me cause of vital chemistry between Gary and Ingrid - it would be great to have more of them alone on screen. Anyway, both characters were very strong and well performed. Rest of the cast was good too but didn't work for me except Garys, Ingrids and Katinas roles.
Camille S (ag) wrote: Battle of the year did not entertain me as I thought it would. The music soundtrack was terrible. They could of had a little more "Pizzaz" in their dancing. More flips, better costumes, or more props, anything that would put more specialty to their dancing to make it more memorable. Chris brown did ok in this movie but I wish I could of saw him more. The director did great in casting but the movie tended to drag on and on. I wish they could of had a new topic to do because it got exhaustedly boring in the middle. I suggest this to people who are bored, but want to watch a dance/hip-hop movie. Battle of the year will definitely not be the movie of the year.
Andrew B (it) wrote: Average for a Woody Allen movie even though its not billed as such. Trying a little too hard to make something out of nothing. Turturro is just too flat. Prostitution is not beneficial and Jews are not that out of touch.
Chris H (ag) wrote: An enjoyable albeit bloated epic drama.
Michael F (ag) wrote: Crowe and Gosling make a great cop/comedy duo.