Riveting suspense thriller about a dedicated cop who leads an under-cover squad against a group of terrorists. He manages to capture their leader, but finds himself and his family mentally ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Riveting suspense thriller about a dedicated cop who leads an under-cover squad against a group of terrorists. He manages to capture their leader, but finds himself and his family mentally ...
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Manuel A (ca) wrote: I don't know... did i watch the same thing everyone else did? The story is incoherent period. it has no beginning it has no end. its just a bunch of very nicely rendered fight scenes and a great score if memory serves me correct.very stylish however its style is just a spray of perfume on a huge lump of shit. honestly this is one of the worst movies i have seen. and i thnka the lord for having seen it. i took the word of a whole bunch of anime review sites that gave this thing perfect scores. last. fucking. time. i ever take the communities word on whats good and what garbage.again did i see the same thing???
Stig H (fr) wrote: amazing movie, and one of the best of its "time"
DC F (es) wrote: A very nice comedy! Cage, Lovitz and Carvey mesh really well together! The storyline stays fresh and grows while Cage is funny, yet maintains some seriousness while Lovitz and Carvey keep the laughs coming nearly non-stop.
Adam T (de) wrote: This movie is the best movie iv ever seen hands down.I don't think anybody saw the ending coming.
Alan M (au) wrote: Great movie. Love Jennifer Rubin.
Joey Q (nl) wrote: another good dark comedy. Some great one liners. Will watch again
Duncan W (jp) wrote: worth watching for the fusion of indian and german cinema alone! it's german style is very evident and the sets/costume design are beautiful. great silent movie acting and a satisfying ending make this a great visual treat!
Bloodmarsh K (mx) wrote: The reason for McCanick's anger throughout the film, which is supposed to draw you in, ends up being neither shocking or surprising - in fact, it's so pointless that I'm questioning whether or not the director knows which decade we're currently living in... when the film ends, you'll be thinking 'that's all?''
Tim M (it) wrote: Director of Undisputed 3 is back with Adkins. "NINJA II: SHADOW OF A TEAR is the kind of action movie I always want more of: a pretty simple story about a badass in a personal conflict, stubbornly entrenched in the distinct values of a warrior subculture, with some absurdity but no joking around, and designed to deliver a whole bunch of great fight scenes done by real martial artists with lots of long takes, the camera always carefully composed and steady, moving in ways that always emphasize action and never obscure it. In other words it's the long-awaited new Isaac Florentine/Scott Adkins joint." A solid revenge film.
Matt L (jp) wrote: Look for a young Jessica Walters from Arrested Development. Wow.