Collateral Damage

Collateral Damage

Firefighter Gordon Brewer is plunged into the complex and dangerous world of international terrorism after he loses his wife and child in a bombing credited to Claudio 'The Wolf' Perrini.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:108 minutes
  • Release:2002
  • Language:English,Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:explosion,   murder,   prison,  

After witnessing his family being killed by a terrorist act, a devoted family firefighter goes in search of the one responsible. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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William T (us) wrote: The low budget shittyness was almost hilarious. Almost.That bit of movie shown in the movie got more laughs.

Derek M (nl) wrote: A sharp-tongued religious mystery that loses it's bite after about twenty minutes. Kinnear and Brosnan lead a very capable cast that is led astray by a very average script that had so much more potential. The best performance is Jennifer Connelly who plays an erratic, blinded and misguided sheep in Pastor Dan's flock. Also, the film takes Ed Harris' character out of the mix way too early, as he would have made for a better antagonist. The film loses it's satire once the mystery gets under way and the rest of the film just falls in line with a series of shoddy cover-up plans. The film never gets as dark as one might like, nor as light as one might like- in regards to a such a heavy topic like religion. Despite it's few moments of humor and clarity, "Salvation Boulevard" ultimately drags it's feet too much to truly make a statement. In no way is this an unlikable film, but the average moviegoer may want to take a detour. Reviewed 9/22/12. Rated 2.25 out 5.

Freeman M (fr) wrote: My favorite James Gray film, AND my favorite performance from Joaquin Phoenix.

Emeka W (jp) wrote: "I'm the dude playing the dude disguised as another dude".... "Man, I don't drop character till I've done the DVD commentary"...."Never go full retard"....Kirk Lazarus. Nuff Said.

Marco T (au) wrote: Apart from the water ballet sequences (the later ones are quite spectacular), a watchable but mediocre film full of contrivances and inaccuracies typical of Hollywood biopics of this era.If you're Australian, it's quite distracting seeing the Australian born and raised Kellerman speaking with a full-blown American accent even as a child! I guess Esther Williams thought (probably wisely) that even attempting an Australian accent was too much of a risk, but it does sum up the superficiality of the film.

Galvy F (mx) wrote: When we have an eye on shooting, riding, and fighting we put those good gifts into what we see we can serve. When we eye other things that we don't like we get rid of. When we are constantly have all eyes on when we are a state champion, we don't seem to want to disappoint. When some things we eye, we meet the challenge when we see highly at not backing down on any challenge we are faced. When all eyes are on the screen when war breaks and rely on us to keep our eyes on our enemies. When our country only eyes the best and looks for the best to fight for our country. When what we do we already have people eyeing us for the good and bad we do, when our reputation proceeds us. When we need a strong eye, mind and heart to aim straight. When we are naturally a cold blooded killing machine when our eyes are meant for killing. When all eyes are on the screen when we are called upon when we are attacked. When we have only eyes for some things more then others. When eyeing a kill means not weighing your ethics or what's right and wrong. When we have eyes others can't see we watch from above and have each others backs. When we are all eyes all around the clock and everywhere anticipating. When we don't need all eyes some places but ears when they are miles away. When we have to have another pair of eyes for those we need to keep an eye on. When we are trained to keep our eyes on the enemy, whom to target and where. When our eyes are no good where we are we need a new perspective and view. When we are hard headed and the only view we know is our own and the objective remains the same, that we continue to eye people as threats or allies.Visuals-5Directing-5Music-3.5Screenplay-5Acting-4.0Level of Interest-5Complexity-5Timing-5Twist & Turns-5.0Message-5.0Historical Accuracy-5.0

Joshua L (nl) wrote: Surprisingly effective and pretty damn scary for something Low budget. one of the better horror films to utilize this style.

Andrew L (ru) wrote: one of the worst movies ever. BAD acting. BAD directing and BAD story. JUST PURE RUBBISH.