Alex Cross

Alex Cross

After Washington DC detective Alex Cross is told that a family member has been murdered, he vows to track down the killer. He soon discovers that she was not his first victim and that things are not what they seem.

The film centers on Alex Cross, a detective/psychologist for the Detroit Police Department, who is pushed to the brink of his moral and physical limits as he tangles with a ferociously skilled serial killer who specializes in torture and pain. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Jessica C (kr) wrote: GREAT movie. Comedy and romance but also thoughtful and original. I highly recommend it!

aaron a (fr) wrote: "you can't wait for inspiration, you have to go after it with a club" Synopsis: Synopsis: a struggling painter, Lars, accepts a job teaching art at a rustic art school. Here he meets Eddie, a man who eats animals in his sleep, and is inspired by his horrible actions. I've always been annoyed with those individuals that think of a zombie only as an undead and shambling rotten corpse, as if these creatures were legitimate bio-forms with strict classification and not just make believe. These same individuals refuse to call the villains in Danny Boyle's 28 Days Later and video-game classic Resident Evil 4 zombies, just because they are infected and not undead. Perhaps as a result of the popularity of this image as well as fans' insatiable appetite for brain damage, store shelves are crammed full of typical (albeit high quality) depictions and uninspired renditions of zombi. And then we have Eddie: The Sleepwalking Cannibal, a zombie movie that dares to be different and makes a new type of statement about the good ole Zombie movie. Our friendly neighborhood zombi this time around is Eddie. He's not dead, not infected and has no preference for brains, yet to call him anything other than a Zombie once he starts sleepwalking would be foolish; he has no control over his actions nor any memory of them the next morning (you know the feeling), and for some reason likes to eat people half naked. But Eddie isn't the really interesting aspect of this zombie feature, it's thematic development is what i find refreshing. Instead of the typical struggle to survive the oncoming zombie horde and all the philosophical ramblings that go with them. "Eddie" instead faces a subject few zombie movies (if any) have the time to deal with, the pressures of being an artist. Through our inspiration starved hero Lars, we get a tongue-in-cheek window into the crazy things an artist may do to find inspiration and ease the pressures from sponsors to create revenue. The problem is that the film is pretty much only as deep as it's concept. It's very humorous and says something interesting, but the profundity of Lars' action are rarely expressed. With a more talented director behind the lens, like The Coen Broths (a major influence of this picture), a way to add more significance to the proceedings could have been found, instead of just playing it like a joke. But as a tongue-in-cheek joke about artists like Daniel Day Lewis morphing into their roles with total commitment or Heath Ledger locking himself in a hotel room alone for a month to capture the mindset of his Batman character "The Joker", it's pretty great.

Alejandro S (gb) wrote: Es una pelcula lenta pero creo que la fotografa y la direccin estuvieron bastante bien. Creo que el nio, Josua Ormond, hace un buen papel, el cual es el centro de la historia, si l no hubiera funcionado la cinta se va de pique. El problema creo que tardan mucho en carburar, casi 40 minutos para entrar en materia y an entonces, no es consistente con ms pausas. Aparte el argumento se desva en subtemas innecesarios. Y no entiendo para qu castear a Tara Reid ya que sale muy pero muy poco en la pelcula. Me gust verla pero entiendo a la gente que dice que no les llen.

Phillip G (gb) wrote: Need to watch it, the missing Malick :D

Rukiya J (mx) wrote: everything in this movie is perfect including Warwick Davis but, doesn't give a reason to come back to the hood.

Brody M (es) wrote: An OK movie up until close to the the ending where the ladies were sitting around in the restaurant & that just ruined it for me

Don S (kr) wrote: This is a heart-wrenching story about teens living with cancer. It focuses mostly on the mundane aspects of living life with things like oxygen masks and prosthetic legs while introducing us to wonderful characters in Hazel, Gus and Isaac. Name actors like Laura Dern and Willem Defoe take a back seat to young actors Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort. You'll laugh, you'll cry, and all the while you'll find yourself totally engrossed and entertained.

Mohammed B (es) wrote: this kind of movie shouldn't be that long!

Chirpy C (fr) wrote: The visual imagery in this film is fantastic as are the designs of the vehicles of air land and sea. The clothing worn is also great And this film is defiantly worth a watch..... However..... If this film had a Hollywood budget then it might have been a blockbuster but it didn't so expect limitations such as rough acting which I feel spoilt a good storyline.Watch out for the twist at the end. I hope to see a sequel to this film.