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Descansos

A highly controversial film about a man who tears down roadside memorials in his quest to bury a dark secret from his past

A highly controversial film about a man who tears down roadside memorials in his quest to bury a dark secret from his past

Descansos is a new movie of J. Michael Kipikash, Michael Matteo. The released year of this movie is 2006. We can counted many actors in this movie torrents, for example Gary Busey, Charles Durning, Tom Nowicki, Christina Carson, Cindy Taylor, Bob Lipka, Marc Macaulay, Mikki Scanlon, Toni Saladna, Rus Blackwell, Phyllis Fludd White, Veryl Jones, Stephanie Rae, Darla Delgado, Kristia Knowles. The kind of movie are Thriller. This movie was rated by 5.7 in www.imdb.com. We have a good movie to watch. Please support us via sharing this movies to your friends

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Cal (fr)

It's disappointing to see Wesley Snipes transforming into a direct-to-video king like Seagal and Van Damme before him. Also, the sound foley during the action is generally appalling! Overflowing with mountains of corny dialogue, pointless acts of violence, futile flashbacks, senseless editing and a poor directorial style - one can only describe 7 Seconds as pure crap. It all looks contrived. The biggest insult is the villain with Parkinson's disease that is obviously making himself shake. The script attempts to insert running gags, but they will never have you laughing. The acting is very standard throughout the film. 90% of the time I didn't even know what the flashbacks were pertaining to (they constantly replay a clip of some random guy delivering a Wizard of Oz reference and then getting shot). Surprisingly, even they cannot add more coherence to the flick. We're endlessly spoon fed flashbacks to remind us of faces and things people have done. I wouldn't by lying if I said the film would have been an hour long (or less) if the flashbacks were cut. Another thing that will stick out about 7 Seconds is the enormous amount of flashbacks. The film offers a few twists and turns, but most of them are seemingly superfluous. The story doesn't make a lick of sense and is full of incredible coincidences. Still, director Simon Fellows appears to stick close to the fast-cutting Michael Bay style. The car chases and shoot-outs are competently made and don't look too low-budget. Its only redeeming feature is the action. Okay, so 7 Seconds is a pretty appalling film. Somewhere in here, a British army Sergeant (Outhwaite) gets mixed up and decides to help Jack. Then Jack's girl is kidnapped and he has to rescue her. Then another gang turns up and briskly eliminates Jack's men. Instead he ends up stealing a case that (I think) contains a missing Van Gogh painting. Jack is leading a supposedly foolproof, precisely timed armoured car heist. Of course he was formally in the army and, in the typical clichd manner, was honourably discharged. The film's almost non-existent plot appears to concern an allegedly hard-nosed-yet-charming master thief named Jack Tuliver (Snipes). It brings me no pleasure to announce that this is another nail in the coffin containing Snipes' career: 7 Seconds feels like nothing more than a project featuring Snipes merely because Van Damme was feeling too lazy one week. Ergo the chases, getaways, and butt-kickings never seem to matter very much. You won't care who successfully escapes with what and/or who finishes up double-crossing whom. When the movie isn't whooshing down a Romanian street or showcasing Wesley Snipes kickboxing feebly, we're strained to suffer through incessant reams of screenplay jabber that's not even dreadful enough to be amusing. Basically the director has no problem with displaying pointless action and violence throughout. 7 Seconds is shot on a cheap budget and is entirely overloaded with confusion: it's ostensibly a movie about one great thief, numerous dim-witted villains, and a very sexy British babe. It seems these days, the formerly talented actor is spending his time in Romania getting fairly well paid to churn out generic, routine action films that exist to provide action geeks with something to chuckle over while wandering through the video store, searching for something to watch. There are no interesting character traits that Snipes is able to bring to the table. Snipes' character is an interchangeable face holding a gun. The plot is dumb, the script is dumb, the action is dumb, the dialogue is dumb, and the film makes very little sense. Just like Wesley Snipes' preceding low-budget films (he's probably bordering on 5-10 by now) this is merely another direct-to-DVD action vehicle featuring standard filmmaking in every aspect. However, if one erases the name of "Wesley Snipes" and replaced it with Steven Seagal, Van Damme or Chuck Norris there would be barely any difference at all. " If one glances at the cover for 7 Seconds, surely they'd notice the presence of Wesley Snipes and figure that with a veteran actor of that calibre, the film should be pretty good. " John Tuliver: "What the hell does that mean?" Alexsie Kutchinov: "It means you're fucked. Alexsie Kutchinov: "We have a saying in my country - don't blame the baker, when the butcher bakes the bread


Chris M (es)

If I was Larry, I would have definitely punched Dan in the Face


Jenn T (ru)

Wow! This is every couple cliche in the book! Decent plot line, some of the acting was alright some (such as the Sheriff) was pretty hurting


Joshua G (ag)

Julianne Moore is divine. Fans of "Contagion" will enjoy this more intimate, exploration on paranoia & illness. Such an original film-maker. Fascinating


Sandeep H (ca)

This movie is all about Nayan Tara!


Stefan L (br)

Overall it felt like the weakest Tarantino in a while. I haven't seen the original and should probably watch it to compare. Didn't need all that build up for a movie of the genre and the character development needed. Much too long