The relationship between Wolfs and Eva will be put to the test. Wolfs is imprisoned for stealing money from the government and Eva tries to forget about him.
When Wolfs regains his freedom due to a technicality, he associates himself with a bunch of criminals. Wolfs and Eva meet again in a world where where not everything is what it seems...
- Stars:Victor Reinier, Angela Schijf, Thom Hoffman, Jeroen Spitzenberger, Halina Reijn, Doris Baaten, Frans Bakker, Joop Bekker, Erwin Bozzolini, Roy Bronsgeest, Maarten Brorens, Hans Croiset, Erik de Vries, Judy Doorman, Abdullah el Baoudi,
- Director:Pieter van Rijn,
- Writer:Henk Apotheker (scenario), Henk Apotheker, Jan Harm Dekker (scenario), Jan Harm Dekker
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(jp) wrote: Jack O'Connell is outstanding in this unflinchingly violent, brutal prison drama. Almost impossibly aggressive, we get to see behind Eric Love's granite facade as he is thrown into an adult jail in which his Father is also serving a long-term sentence. Ben Mendelsohn is equally terrific as his Father, and there are excellent supporting performances all through the cast. I was slightly disappointed by the final scenes, but the 100 minutes before them are great, but not for the faint-hearted,
(au) wrote: Barbara Steele is STILL one dangerously seductive and deadly momma--An American horror with a To-Die-For Cast!!
(ag) wrote: It's too bad that I can't rate this zero stars. totally bizarre movie. no point to it. i'd rather watch paint dry. acting was good though.
(it) wrote: with this I hate that Andy Warhol
(kr) wrote: A stylish and engaging thriller that keeps you intrigued throughout.
(fr) wrote: Mostly unmemorable with a bloated storyline. Full review later.
(ag) wrote: Directed by Renny Harlin (Cliffhanger (1993), The Long Kiss Goodnight (1996) and Deep Blue Sea (1999)), this thriller was ever so partially inspired by Agatha Christie's Ten Little Indians, but while it had potential to be a good thriller, it's let down by cliched, predictable sequences and some very dodgy CGI too, which is a shame considering the talent on board making the film. The film follows a group of Mindhunters, who are FBI agents on a training exercise on a small island off the coast of North Carolina, which has a mock town constructed there. The team consist of instructor Jake Harris (Val Kilmer), Lucas (Jonny Lee Miller), Bobby (Eion Bailey), Vince (Clifton Collins Jr.), Nicole (Patricia Velasquez), Sara (Kathryn Morris), Rafe (Will Kemp), Gabe (LL Cool J) and J.D. (Christian Slater). It's meant to be a routine exercise, it's been done loads of times before, but someone there starts picking them off in inventive and grisly ways, and they discover that it's someone on their team who has been doing it, but who?? This is a film that owe's a lot to what was to come in Saw (2004), but this has all been seen before, and it was done a lot better elsewhere too. Mindhunters was delayed 2 years when it switched distributors during post-production and when Harlin went off to re-film Exorcist: The Beginning (2004), this got forgotten. Oh, well.
(us) wrote: 2013-02-01 JC was great, EB good, NN evil/deranged. Rewatched 2016-10-07.
(us) wrote: Somewhat decent movie with some twisted and turns about religion and satire. The problem is that the twists and turns are predictable and the film is not very believable. It could have been much better than it was. Sort of worth a watch but not really.
(gb) wrote: I might be biased because I really like olivia wilde. It was a cool concept that then fell into every cliche possible. Still kind of like it though.