The film follows a trio of elite private investigators armed with the latest in high-tech tools, high-performance vehicles, martial arts techniques and huge sex appeal as they retrieve stolen voice-ID software. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Derek B (nl) wrote: This was a good look at the newspaper business and it's struggles in the digital age. Sound points on both sides. I don't think newspapers are a public trust, but I think they're far more valuable to our society than AIG or Pepsi.
Whitney H (de) wrote: bruce willis and mischa barton in a movie together...cant wait..
Jay A (mx) wrote: Serviceable British film that offers no surprises, but charming performances--not the best film to be introduced to Shane Meadows.
Logan M (mx) wrote: A not bad, but tepid shadow of "Good Will Hunting."
Dyron W (de) wrote: While the premise is interesting and Tim Roth gives a solid comedic performance, Four Rooms is an entertaining, albeit uneven and inconsistent anthology film with some bizzare vignettes do not mess well. However, the film takes off with its third story and one saving grace: Robert Rodriguez's darkly funny short story "The Misbehavers".
Colin F (ru) wrote: Excellent film, very original and underatted. When a police team goes undercover with football hooligans, they become more involved then they should do and one of the officers John aka Joe from Coronation Street! (Actually giving a performance he deserves an oscar for) starts to turn into a hooligan taking the undercover to far. Featured great performaces from also Sean Pertwee, Warren Clarke and a young Gene Hunt! "F----ng love you gumbo!"
Brian W (nl) wrote: Elvis plays a stereotypical bad boy who joins the carnival? Interesting...Barbara Stanwyck makes the movie somewhat respectable.
Adam K (ru) wrote: Fun characters that dealt with a serious issue at the moment. It was okay
Kyle B (mx) wrote: Great thriller with a fantastic performance from John Malkovich and great supporting work from Rene Russo and Dylan McDermott. Clint Eastwood was ok he seemed a little stiff at times but he does the action scenes well. Fantastic editing and sound design