Behind Enemy Lines: Colombia
Navy SEALS mount an attack on Colombian special forces to clear their names and rescue a hostage.
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Rubens O (au) wrote: Melhor filme de terror do ano j! Vai ser difcil algum bater ele.
Michael W (us) wrote: Slow moving thriller has ambitious reporter going undercover as a high-priced call girl for an unauthorized story. Not surprisingly, she finds herself in over her head amidst murder and dead end lives. Often lacking in substance such as meaningful dialogue. Prism VHS box ludicrously refers to the film as 'upbeat'.
Kieran T (ag) wrote: i loved so many elements of this movie, but overall it didnt come together for me. Like all movies of this nature, a predictable dramatic event eventually occurs, it plagued the likes of Midnight My Love, of Ploy, of Lost in Translation. Writers can just never resist that dramatic event that brings things to closure. Unfortunately its always the worst part of the movie. I want to one day just watch a movie that has the slow timely pace of the first half of this movie, and Nothing happens, thats all i want, No closure, no dramatic forced unconvincing event, just nothing happens.This has great cinematography, great music (from the composer of Ploy), great editing (from the Editor of Midnight My Love). Overall though i dont think it should have won the Best thai film of the year Award, and as much as i was impressed by the director, he clearly has not left his short film days behind him as this was essentially an elongated short film. Supphasit really pissed me off, bit i loved Anchalee's performance, she was great.
Andre J (mx) wrote: Usher is a good singer.
Bradley P (br) wrote: You may be InZane if you dare to watch this Billy Zane film, but it isn't entirely awful with some memorable scenes of living as his ancestors.
Private U (us) wrote: Interesting idea but wasn't too impressed. Average.
Thiesa C (au) wrote: Guta was brilliant!!!
Joe C (us) wrote: A good romantinc comedy with a twist of murder as well. Ricki Lake does a good job as well as Brendan Frasier. Shirley McClaine does an amazing job as the mother in this movie! SHe practically steals the show. Great cast all around. Has a few good one liners that will make you laugh out loud.
Grant S (ca) wrote: Good boxing movie, the story of "Gentleman Jim" Corbett, one of the earliest world heavyweight champions under the Marquis of Queensbury rules.Shows very well how Corbett revolutionised the sport. Before it was pretty much a brawl or slugfest. He used his speed to dodge and wear down opponents, and made it more tactical.Reasonably accurate, historically. Some of the sub-plots are thrown in for entertainment value and can be a bit silly at times.Great performance by Errol Flynn in the lead role. Good support from Alexis Smith.
Teddy V (au) wrote: I spotted the problem with this movie straight away: it's called "Beautiful Girls" and stars Rosie O'Donnell, who is obviously more of a horrifying turd beast than any sort of "girl."
Joe W (fr) wrote: I've seen this movie countless times & it never gets old! Such an amazing story told beautifully well through a greatly done film!
Amy J (br) wrote: I tink commercialism has blinded people to the deep subtlety of existence and art. I LOVED this movie ... the characters were very real ... it was both intimate and voyeuristic. rawly personal and yet universal. It was not as 'shallow' as just a commentary about disconnectedness .... it was beautifully worked and experiential and relatable, yet those uncomfortable with self-reflection and/or the place where our external paradigms intersect with our internal lives may feel 'disconnected' from this film. Interesting how the very subtext of the film seems to manifest itself as evidenced by the diverse reaction of viewers and critics.