Brian Gilcrest discusses longing and looking up to the future as a boy. He is then seen in military uniform, but then relates how the billionaires took over in 2008, so he left the military and took a job as a contractor, working for Carson Welch. Brian messed up in Kabul, but is now going back to Hawaii, a second chance. A celebrated military contractor returns to the site of his greatest career triumphs - the US Space program in Honolulu, Hawaii - and reconnects with a long-ago love while unexpectedly falling for the hard-charging Air Force watchdog assigned to him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Anatoly S (us) wrote: A documentary about how hydraulic fracturing (natural gas drilling) is unsafe and its effects on people (and why they can't be investigated). Horrifying. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
Connor H (fr) wrote: Performances are great, but it just gets so damn confusing?
Esra (es) wrote: My Life without Me is a nearly perfect movie...Fascinating.
Leon B (fr) wrote: What attracted me to this movie was the cast and the story line but i think there could have been more action, due to the fact that it's the cops that are running the city rather than the Sheriff
Tsubaki S (es) wrote: It makes some great decisions, then makes some really bad ones. Cassel, Bellucci and Karyo are very well casted, the soundtrack is great. The movie can't make up it's mind if it wants to be a gritty urban thriller or over-the-top action. It tries both, but the script is too weak to make the characters stand from it's one dimensional facades of "cool". There are still some good sequences (the intro, the club battle) with more focus this could had been better.
Joshua T (us) wrote: Not a bad gangsta heist movie....
Daniel W (au) wrote: Man there is nothing like watching Lando Calrissian play a detective. This movie blows, and if you want to watch Billy Dee Williams suck at life, just watch The Return of the Jedi.
Laura E (ag) wrote: The film is long in the sense that there are many silent parts where you take in the surroundings, the simple and difficult life of the people back then. It grows on you.
Daniel P (au) wrote: Great acting and directing!
Casey L (us) wrote: Jack Nife (Pegg), is a shut in lunatic who's paranoia is magnified as he engages in a study of Victorian era serial killers. He has a phobia of Laundrymats and "eye balls" in particular.