A group of thieves steal a rare gem, but in the process, two of the men double cross the leader of the thieving group, Patrick, and take off with the precious stone. Ten years later, prominent psychiatrist Nathan Conrad is invited to examine a disturbed young woman named Elisabeth. Patrick immediately kidnaps Nathan's daughter, forcing Nathan to attempt to get Elisabeth to reveal a secret number which will ultimately lead Patrick to the whereabouts of the precious gem that has eluded him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Katie G (jp) wrote: Kristen Stewert cast perfectly again for the angstiest most boring role on the planet. Constantly distressed and anxious as always. This movie was shot with such amateur laziness, I am convined it was made on Window Movie Maker. The most interesting part of this film happened in the last twenty minutes. You could play a drinking game for everytime Stewert smokes a cigarette and you might become so drunk you would actually enjoy this movie.
Niklas S (ag) wrote: It definetly takes the side of the macintosh users. I bet that a documentary on Bill Gates in this fashion would be just as interesting. It would have been nice to hear something from either Jobbs or Woz in the documentary but they're probably to busy being "amazing". I say amazing because that is how they're portraid here. I've never owned a mac and I can see the problems with the PC/Windows system. But please don't make me feel like an idiot for using one. I like this doc though cause I'm intrested in technology and where it came from.
Mark S (nl) wrote: unfortunately I can't negative star this movie. i was given this movie for free. which doesn't make it any better. at all. but......i want that 1hr 15mins of my life back......please....
Daniel H (nl) wrote: A perfectly casted, thoroughly enjoyable film with plenty of laugh out loud moments.
Jason H (nl) wrote: If you are in to any board sports you'll like this documentary. Gives a good look on the history of snowboarding and the effects the new generation of riders will have on the sport's future. Not to mention a super fun soundtrack.
Pascal H (jp) wrote: A perfect exemple of a great movie on a tiny budget. 3 fabulous actors
Fat G (br) wrote: Like watching a play where actors do not wear underpants.
Jake M (kr) wrote: About time! The nice, artistic "ginger" guy gets the girl. He makes a lot of stupid, head-scratching decisions in the process though. Nearly kills the ending.
Aj V (es) wrote: This drama is another one of those pretentious stories of the high class, wealthy, white woman who gets a job working with underprivileged poor minorities and miraculously turns their lives around. I don't know about you, but I find it distasteful and boring to have so many of these films around.
Alan W (gb) wrote: This is a great movie
Alexandre C (de) wrote: Muito bom! Um filme de zumbis potico. Sem mortes, sem sangue, mas aterrorizante e muito bem decupado.
Cameron J (kr) wrote: One of the funniest movies I've ever seen.
Siegi W (br) wrote: Ein super Film, wenngleich ein wenig abgedreht.
Jeff K (us) wrote: The best boxing movie ever made. Plus it's a film noir, which makes it even better. Robert Wise could be a genius when he put his mind to it (see also: The Haunting). Sorry, Mr. Welles, but it's true.
Chris R (mx) wrote: While 'GoldenEye' was a high mark in the Bond legacy, it hasn't exactly aged all that well since 1995. I've actually been more fond of the 1997 sequel 'Tomorrow Never Dies' as it had a much more modern take on Bond and while it's missing a few key elements that would put it over the top it still manages to be an entertaining film. Pierce Brosnan was always a Bond I had mixed emotions for. On the one hand, he was the Bond I grew up with and saw his films through most of my early life. On the other hand however, he only seems to represent the image of 007 rather than portraying him well and this hurts him more in his later films. One of the best aspects of the film is actually Michelle Yeoh who throughout the movie actually does better than Bond in some scenes and she's also a strong independent woman to boot which is rarer than you'd think in a 007 film. The villain this time around is a Steve Jobs-like and while he is a much more believable character than previous bad guys he really isn't all that interesting and is very rarely threatening. The action scenes are top notch as is the norm during the Brosnan age, with lots of machine guns and 'splosions to make any action junkie happy. The action however is the main downfall of most of Brosnan's Bond films because they rely way too often on the action rather than story which I didn't expect from Bond that often, but it is nice to see. Overall, 'Tomorrow Never Dies' is a good film and in some ways outdoes its predecessor, but it chooses style over substance and it ends up making me wanting more from it. It is worth checking out and I may have sounded a little too harsh about it but I still think it's good.
Lorelei A (mx) wrote: I didn't give this film enough attention when I first watched it. I tend to collect submarine films even though I'm not sure they are the best setting for a story. I re-watched it last night. I was impressed. It's a film that's not in any special hurry. Many of the cast get some focus. The crew is well-differentiated. Tension, atmosphere and shivers are created in a variety of ways. Underwater films are difficult to make and they can't be easy to make on the cheap. I thought the production values were fine.