District 13: Ultimatum

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.

After a successful mission against drug lords, the efficient Captain Damien Tomaso is framed at home with three kilograms of heroin planted by the police in his kitchen and he is arrested. Meanwhile a group of teenagers film the action of dirty agents led by Roland from the security agency executing policemen in their car and then leaving the car with the corpses in the 13th District to blame the gangs and begin a civil war. Behind these events, the corrupt chief of the security agency Walter Gassman had received a huge amount as kickback from the constructor Harriburton that has interest to construct buildings in the poor area and uses the situation to force the President of France to authorize to nuke five towers in the district. The teenager with the film is hunted by the police but he delivers the memory card to Leito meanwhile Damien calls him from the precinct asking for help. The friends team-up with five dangerous bosses to gather evidences to prove to the president that ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


District 13: Ultimatum torrent reviews

Paul D (mx) wrote: It is informative and covers a lot, but the pacing is a bit sloppy and I feel like they did not show enough footage of Ali's actual fights. Ali is an impressive man, but this documentary is only adequate.

Panos Y (fr) wrote: It starts off very promising, but then just relies on the two actors to pull some face or joke out of the gag plot. A missed chance.

Matyese S (kr) wrote: Me & My Momma Watch This Alot

Indira S (ca) wrote: frankly i expect more than this

Chris C (ru) wrote: A low key move that I liked a lot for not f-ing me up mentally. I think I had one fantastic thought in the whole film. Oh yeah it was durring the water mellon discussion. Also really enjoyed identifying with the male character for a change - which is understandable as he is metro.Female character is bizarrely unlikable to start and male character seems too handsome. But these are only occasionally noticeable.

Faris S (nl) wrote: Beats the first two films and it's predecessor easily. In competition, with the 5th one though.

Hardy H (nl) wrote: entertaining fight scenes, somewhat interesting plot.bad screenplay and horrible character and acting for the part of Anakin.

Chico O (mx) wrote: Wish they would put this movie on netflix

JeanPierre F (fr) wrote: For sophisticated Art Movie Lovers: a must-see; part of my 80s NYC experience!

Cody B (au) wrote: Lmao, gunkata. This movie was so forced and *serious*. Man, back when The Matrix was cool and leather and latex were the style du jour for oppressive regimes. There were some elements here that were quite well written and showed that at least some of the people who worked on this had the ability to make a film with substance. My favorite scene is when they call in the surrender of the resistance, very well done, I thought, although it's so short you're liable to miss it, and I think it's hard to grasp the gravity of their decisions. P.S. I watched this movie again because of that image where Christian Bale and Hillary Clinton are side-by-side and she looks like she's wearing the same suit.

William P (jp) wrote: It's supposed to be a good movie, due to best cinematography.

Art S (ru) wrote: Post-accident Montgomery Clift (a little less sure of himself) is a government man working for the Tennessee Valley Authority in the 1930s and charged with buying up properties that will be underwater when the new dam is built. One old matriarch on an island (played by Jo Van Fleet in old age make-up) refuses to move (along with her family and the black folks that work their land). Clift has a devil of a time but finds support from Lee Remick the widowed granddaughter who has two small kids and seeks an exit from her grief and the island. Her fianc isn't so keen on Clift stepping in, but he is basically decent whereas the rest of the town is full of racist lugheads who don't like outsiders. All this method acting, directed by Elia Kazan, usually involves some huffing and puffing but Clift keeps it low key (and mainly internalized). Well-realized period piece where the "period" feels natural and not affected.

Russell S (es) wrote: A muddled movie that doesn't have a clue who it's target audience is. However, taken at face value (and if we ignore the awkward sexual dialogue between Lea Thompson and the duck) it's not actually a bad movie - it's just a confused one.

Lyle R (ru) wrote: Like most sequels this one doesn't fully measure up to the original, but it's still entertaining and Yul Brynner again shines in the lead.