An ex-soldier is recruited by the FBI to go undercover in L.A. and find other ex-soldiers who are part of a drug-dealing gang.
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Manuel C (jp) wrote: What a master piece! This is by far the best Miyasaki film ever. Just beautiful.
Joseph J (nl) wrote: Pow! Bang! Finally an edge of your seat thriller with teeth that keeps you guessing all the way to the end. Well written, acted and directed!!!
John Eric D (ca) wrote: Story wise it is very inspiring more likely a call from Schindler's List theme. It's there but poorly executed. It could have been better it could have been more.
Joe J (es) wrote: In London, four friends are homeless and decide to squat in a house. They find what they think to be the perfect abandoned home, but soon after moving in, they find out they're not the only tenants there - and the one occupying it already doesn't want roommates.I liked the overall general concept of the film, but it fell flat almost immediately. The kids are drugged and when they come to all the windows and doors are bolted with steel and their cell phones are gone, and they end up turning on one another, and basically becoming one complete hot mess. Even the "last girl" wasn't that smart. She had the killer right where she wanted him, and instead of killing him and fleeing, she smacks him on the head and runs off. Not to mention there wasn't really a single person I was rooting for, I found the film to be a typical horror flick that will be easily forgotten.
Marija K (br) wrote: Sometimes is good to watch movie were u don't need to think ! :)
Lynne P (gb) wrote: Its on now loving it... love a bitch with a gun...
Tim M (ca) wrote: Clooney makes a strong directorial debut with this dark comedy biopic. During the Cold War a lot of crazy things happened. One of them was allegedly the transformation of Chuck Barris (creator of "The Newlywed Game" and "The Dating Game") into an assassin.
Jen M (jp) wrote: Ok Robin Williams is good for most families. Ages 7+
Nate W (es) wrote: After modestly produced but immensely successful dramas like "It Happened One Night" and "Mr. Deeds Goes to Town", Frank Capra's ambitious, large-scale adaptation of the James Hilton novel "Lost Horizon" proved a consequential artistic risk that thankfully was not without reward. The first act - wherein a group of airplane passengers are flown deep into the Himalayas by a mysterious kidnapper - is dominated by intrigue, a mood not often associated with Capra's brand, but it really works well here. They are seemingly rescued from the wreckage of their crashed plan and led back to the idyllic mountain city of Shangri-La, a magnificently constructed environment that brought production designer Stephen Goosson a well deserved Academy Award. The second act, without a strong central conflict, feels like a long one to sit through, but brings up thought-provoking questions about perceptions of paradise and the hollowness or fullness of one's existence.
Carlos A (jp) wrote: Had potential but it fell flat. I have to admit I only saw it because Heigl was in it.