Set in the Clapham district of south London, England, the film is inspired by true events. The paths of several men intersect during a dramatic thirty-six hours in which their lives are changed forever.
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Callum M (de) wrote: Though little more than an extended episode of the TV series, Panique au village is one of the zaniest, craziest and maddest set of images ever put to film, and is ceaselessly hilarious and imaginative.
Robin P (jp) wrote: It was ok..watched it because I like the actors. It could have been much more interesting as a story of regret, instead the dying mother's part was over the top and there was no finality for me in the story.
Minkyong L (gb) wrote: The best movie I've ever watched
Mad M (us) wrote: Decent, light-hearted flick. Great performance from Howard, but the kids felt a bit amateurish.
Srgio L (gb) wrote: ?a c' est cinem!!!!!!!!!!
Elliot T (kr) wrote: Passable James Bond parody.
Stuart K (ca) wrote: This is a remake of Norman Jewison's 1975 sports/sci-fi dystopia, here directed by John McTiernan (Predator (1987), Die Hard (1988) and Last Action Hero (1993)). It seemed like a good idea on paper, but on film, it's an absolute mess. God knows how, but this manages to look even more dated than the 1975 original. Everyone went in with so much good faith, but it was delayed by a year and it sank without trace, not surprising really. It is the year 2005, and rising hockey player Jonathan Cross (Chris Klein) is approached by Marcus Ridley (LL Cool J) to compete in the highly competitive sport of Rollerball, which is popular in Asia, Russia, Eastern Europe and parts of the Middle East. Cross is playing for the Zhambel Horsemen in Kazakhstan, and Jonathan is groomed by promoter Alexi Petrovich (Jean Reno), who gives him riches and fame. But, Jonathan, Marcus and fellow team member Aurora (Rebecca Romijn) discover skulduggery regarding Alexi's business strategies, with staged "accidents" occuring during the game, just to get the viewing figures up, Jonathan wants to put a stop to all this. It could have been a good film, but McTiernan failed with a cast who are stilted and a script that's as cliched and cheesy as they come. It's all over the place, with fast action that's impossible to keep up with and this is ADD cinema, and it shouldn't have come to all this.