A tough, renegade cop is dispatched to take down a serial killer who has been targeting police officers.

The film follows Brant, a tough cop with questionable ethics who teams up with Officer Nash to hunt down a crazed serial killer who targets police officers. A raw, gritty tale of moral ambiguity, outsiders and the sacrifices the police make to keep crime off British streets. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Daniel S (us) wrote: A typical B movie monster movie, that's one of the highlights of the Maneater series (which isn't saying much) I enjoyed it, but I don't think I'd recommend it. It's really not *that* bad.

Curtis R (br) wrote: highly unrated. It tells the story of Dracula learning to let his daughter go. It's basically the little Mermaid. The difference, however, is that the focus here is Dracula which makes up for all the faults with the Little Mermaid which was insufferable from a story perspective. and unlike 8 crazy nights, the fast paced animation matches the tone of the movie perfectly which is something it has over Eight Crazy Nights. It's a monster mash and should be watched every Halloween.

Janne F (jp) wrote: Woody is great, and many of the diallogees are intelligent. Lesser for the plot, and badly shot.

Martin N (us) wrote: Idea was not that bad, buget let the movie down though.

joseph h (kr) wrote: A boring romance with a stupid end is somewhat overcome because of solid acting and great effects.

Adam R (gb) wrote: (First viewing - In my early twenties)

Nate W (mx) wrote: this one has a sense of humor

Horvath S (de) wrote: A very imaginative movie. It gets a bit confusing for me later on but I think that's what this movie was trying to achieve, which it does very well.

Mikey P (nl) wrote: [PL] Kolejny wymiatacz Mamoru oshii...[ENG] If you loved Ghost in the Shell the Movie or TV Series, you'll at least enjoy this one. It's old, but at times it looks gorgeous - especially the 1080p BD version. Music is fantastic. The plot itself is really cool and hard to predict.

Christy P (de) wrote: Although slow at times, this film really is more of an experience than a movie, and it has a thick sense of mystery constantly throughout.

Michael T (nl) wrote: best film made in manchester,maybe a taste of honey.

Jane K (au) wrote: Not as patronising as the title may suggest another classic piece by Noel Coward ably transferred from the stage by David Lean. Superb performances by Celia Johnson and Robert Newton baked up by the good stalwarts John Mills, Stanley Holloway and pretty Kay Walsh as the social climbing Freda. Excellent snapshot of between- the- wars lower middle class life.

Ryan S (it) wrote: I may be a bit biased as this was my first Bond film, but Octopussy is my favorite Bond film. It gets a lot of hate for being too campy, but I really enjoy and the action scenes in Germany are some of the best the series has ever done.

Leon B (de) wrote: Zodiac is one of them movies that convinces you that certain people in the movie were the killer. You have to watch out for what most people say about the case because if you don't, you lose the whole movie. Robert Graysmith who is played by Jake Gyllenhaal is a cartoonist, but ends up getting caught up in an investigation that only has fingerprints and handwriting. You would need a lot more to catch a serial killer back then. Graysmith punches above his weight in the movie: Going on national TV and the Zodiac wasn't happy. Graysmith was getting phone calls once a week from an unknown caller breathing very heavily down the phone. I wonder if that still haunts Graysmith to this day. Who knows? Only Graysmith knows. This movie in my mind was the best movie of 2007. although I didn't see the movie until July 2011.

Jake R (ag) wrote: Entertaining, yet not on the same par as other animated films (Zootopia, The Incredibles, etc.) in terms of a narrative to remember for all ages.