Damien and Leito return to District 13 on a mission to bring peace to the troubled sector that is controlled by five different gang bosses, before the city's secret services take drastic measures to solve the problem. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
District 13: Ultimatum
Damien and Leito return to District 13 on a mission to bring peace to the troubled sector that is controlled by five different gang bosses, before the city's secret services take drastic measures to solve the problem.
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Ricardo A (au) wrote: Despite some serious flaws, The Possession of Michael King manages to be scary and intense. A flawless performance by Johnson.
Manolo P (ru) wrote: After reading the original novel, watching this film made it clear to me that there are stories that should stay as they were created, like stories. With good visuals and harmonic cinematography, "Norwegian Wood" offers nothing more. The story is not very fluent and its narrative is even quite horrific, although it very well shapes the context of Japan at the time and supposedly enters the minds of young people, this excessively long plot is too slow and silly to be enjoyed if you want to. Indeed, it is quite dull and flat. It is okay for the subject to turn into the supposed love, sacrifice and sexual awakening, but everything is kept on a very superficial level, it is exhausting and has a very little enthusiasm in which the darkness of the film simply emptied even more the non-interesting messages and performances of its characters. 48/100
James W (es) wrote: A great film about a family in Japan during World War II.
Stefano L (ru) wrote: Beat Takeshi's 8 1/2 is a self-parodic and creative journey through his recurrent characters and themes. You have to know his movies to really enjoy it, but if you doesn't, you're missing one of the most original and inventive filmmakers alive.
Dariel Zahid P (nl) wrote: Enchanting and Intriguing to the Eye, Sin City can satisfie everyone since the graphic novel's lovers to filmgoers,
Lim H (ag) wrote: Roy Cheung is one badass villain! Anyone would want to beat him up and kick the shit out of him. Unfortunately, that's all the movie has to offer. The 3rd is better than the 2nd but the movie never hit the climax. The producers probably can't figure a way to end the movie and lack ideas.
Lady D (it) wrote: Bought but not yet watched
Lauren S (fr) wrote: All of the actors delivered beautiful performances, but the pacing really made this film difficult to watch.
Natanael A (ru) wrote: The short documentary tells the story of a scientist who is trying to raise awareness to an alternative therapy to mental illness, wich is based on music. In several experiments when some elder people on nursing homes with dementia or alzheimer were given headsets and ipods with music they used to like their behavior improved and also some memories were suddenly enlightened again.The link between music and emotion is very strong. We are often surrounded by music when we love, dance, study, exercice, drive, cook. Some music strike us and make some moments or peoples deep remarkable.Thats the path Alive Inside navigates.One of the main points I'd like to stress however is how harmful is to some elder people to live in nursing home, sad, doped, struggling with mental isolation because the outward world has became a torment. The doc criticizes this structure in health care and in western society where elders and tradiction have no function.Becouse of alzheimer my grandmother died twice. Before her actual death she lost her memories, then her identidy was not long there. When her sons and daughters, my uncles and aunts, would visit her it was no more a moment of joy, but full of worries. My father's family decided not to send her to a nursing home, it would be abandon they'd say.She lived untill 96 and on her last decade the decease just got worse. Whenever I visited her, she looked at my face as I was a funny stranger and I used to say "come on, don't you remenber you favorite grandson?", just to hear the name of my counsins instead - that was unfair. I just wanna explain how music still connect us: she was always with a little radio listen to some religious broadcast (she was a passionate catholich) and thereby, because this kind of song resembles her, I listen to some once in a while althoug i'm atheist.
David P (br) wrote: Mediocre compared to the rest of the franchise. Not the best, but not the worst either. Plot is OK. Jones and Carrey do well. For the time being O'Donnell did well as Robin. Kilmer, however, doesn't really add much to the character of Batman. Couple of great jokes and homages to the TV shows of the 60s. Good movie!
Brian S (mx) wrote: More between two and a half and three stars. Cause, as far as being a prequel, many have said for it to be like a complete remake of the 2003 remake. And in a way, there're pretty right, it's still the same old tirerying cliched stuff, accompanied by some info on the crazy ass family of Leatherface and buckets of outrageous, but well done, torture and mutilation. There's really not much creativity into it, it's another of those flicks hat are made just for those bucks. Wortha little loo if you've seen the remake.