After interfering with a top secret mission, The Punisher is taken into custody by S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent and AVENGERS, Black Window. At the orders of Director Nick Fury, Punisher and Black Widow are sent on a mission to stop Leviathan, a global terrorist organization, that plans to sell stolen S.H.I.E.L.D. technology to the highest bidder. Now, the vigilante and spy must work together to prevent this technology from falling into the wrong hands. The fate of the world, and of the AVENGERS, hangs in the balance. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher
When the Punisher takes out a black-market weapons dealer, he stumbles upon a far-reaching terrorist plot devised by a group known as Leviathan.
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Julien L (mx) wrote: As usual, he keeps the best for the end.
kelly (mx) wrote: Utter crap except for a few shocker moments set in gang/whore hangouts.
Anna Q (fr) wrote: Didn't they already do this movie? Called something else?
James H (nl) wrote: There is nothing about this movie that is original, It's the same old kids getting terrorized. You have seen it all before many times and it is getting very tiresome. The acting is decent but no one is particularly good.
MAC (jp) wrote: Definitly not on of Van Dammes best performances
Dr J (ag) wrote: Beware! This film isn't for everyone. Bleak fable of fear and desire is strong stuff, but the performances, particularly that of William Macy, make it worth the dark journey. Some stilted lines show that Mamet's characters stand for a deeper aspect of human psyche. When Macey's character Edmond, early in the story, is handed a note showing that his meeting has been pushed back to 1:15, the writing reminded me of a biblical passage. It might have been referring to Titus 1:15, which reads: Unto the pure all things are pure, but unto them that are defiled and unbelieving nothing pure, but even their mind and conscience is defiled. Edmond goes on to his dark night of the soul and at the end is left wondering, with his new mate, "is this hell?" The anger, repression and interior hell of his old life is replaced by the acceptance of his new routine as he rests in the arms of the subject of his fear and desire.
Darryl K (gb) wrote: ALoOG does what only a great documentary has the ability to do -- take a subject that might not be interesting and make you care about it. While bowling is fun, I've never been a huge fan, especially of professional bowling. ALoOG follows the downfall and attempted rebirth of the sport, following a handful of interesting characters and revealing the human side of their journeys to becoming the champion. On top of that, ALoOG is a vivid portrait of how corporatized the world has become. The rebirth of bowling as a professional sport is all thanks to making it a product on TV (like so many things). And like all those commercial things, it doesn't matter what you are selling any more, but just if you can make money on it. So things like, the sport actually being about playing bowling, etc now longer are important to the Bowling League, but only if they are making money. That harsh truth, however isn't enough to spoil the fun you will have with this film however. You should rack this one up. It's a winner!
Sam R (au) wrote: Excellent romantic comedy. Jack Nicholson at his comedic best.
John N (us) wrote: A very enjoyable anthology. Clarence Williams is wonderful!
Steve M (gb) wrote: As hilarious as it is satiric. Jacques Tati at his very best.
Simon D (kr) wrote: A very Scottish film, not always easy to follow the dialect. Similar to Whiskey Galore it's set back in the day when the Scotts were a friendly people. Has some funny moments and could be one of the very few loch and canal versions of a "road movie".
Mahmood H (mx) wrote: HORRIBLE...simply put. Worse than Van Damme flicks and that is saying A LOT.
Michael W (jp) wrote: Final instalment takes place in the future with apes and humans attempting to coexist but battling warmongering gorillas and mutant human survivors in the destroyed city. Has the feel of overkill for now tired series.
Senor C (es) wrote: Exceptional dull for an 80s action movie that I had a hard time keeping from nodding off. That really too bad because I was looking forward to seeing Jean-Claude Van Damme as the heavy. It doesn't happen too often & I loved it in the mega cheesy No Retreat No Surrender. Missed opportunities as they have him squaring off against Sho Kosugi. This really could have something special. Not Bruce Lee w/ Chuck Norris special but special none the less. They do have their confrontations & for a moment my interest peaked but they aren't worth a whole hell of a lot & not long after I was fight that afternoon nap. Just about everything else is uneventful, void & completely forgettable
Jordon J (nl) wrote: A rollicking tale of border-running teenage pot entrepreneurs based on the real-life story of Nate Norman. I say SEE IT!!!
Don S (au) wrote: A really good movie, but really depressing. Plot lines include brain tumors, AIDS, and cheating wives. Ugh. But the all star cast makes it imminently watchable! Sean Connery is his usual awesome suave and debonair self, and his chemistry with Gena Rowlands is magic! And Angelina Jolie is really good and super cute! It would be emotionally hard to watch this again, but it sure got rid of my "anger ball"!
Carol M (us) wrote: Despite Clooney's blatant and repeated attempts to insert his own political agenda, the movie is entertaining
Gary S (kr) wrote: Hour gone and it's going off. An hour I won't get back
Brian B (ag) wrote: Seriously Arnold, seriously? C'mon man, just give it up dude, just give it up. There's only so many limited new ways you can fry an old egg and still come up with a way to make it interesting. You know the last one with Christian Bale, that one was totally awesome but this one right here, this one right here was stir fried ass.
Carlos Z (nl) wrote: Decent intellectual comedy