The expatriate and widower Ben Logan has moved from New York to Anrwep with his estranged teenage daughter Amy Logan to work for the technology corporation Halgate Group. When he breaks a sophisticated security code from a device, he notes that its patent has no record in Halgate and he calls the attention of his boss Derek Kohler. Ben meets Amy and they do not go home; later Ben goes with Amy to his office and they find it completely empty. Further, all the records of his phone calls, e-mails, payslip and bank account have vanished. Out of the blue, a coworker abducts Ben and Amy in the bank but Ben kills him in self-defense. Ben finds a key from a locker in the Central Station and he finds photos of his daughter, himself and his coworkers. His further investigation shows that all the workers are dead in the morgue except Derek Kohler. Soon Ben discovers a huge conspiracy of Halgate Group relative to illegal arms sales to Africa with the involvement of rogue CIA agents. But Ben is in... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Charlie E (au) wrote: Good baseball flick with a great cast and that crazy boy singer got lucky kissing that hot lady. She got skills. Still Clint is yet one of the greatest actors no matter his age or kind of movie he does.
Alek D (au) wrote: It was okay, you only see the alligator like three times during the whole movie. I'm gonna watch the second movie to see how it is!
Lauren S (au) wrote: My mom let us go see this movie on a day we skipped school... haha.
Nathaniel R (au) wrote: What a great movie Funny and mobsterish and the ending is great
Ashley H (es) wrote: a Biblical film to watch yet...
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Kyle B (au) wrote: It's a sweet road trip movie that gets a bad wrap due to Carney's Oscar win over Al Pacino in Godfather 2 and Dustin Hoffman in Lenny but deserves a better legacy. Though I think Hoffman should have won that year, Carney gives a touching and sweet performance.
Rod A (mx) wrote: This is a story that utilizes the form of the western perfectly. It's true that the acting, dialogue, and camera work are a bit clunky but the moral and psychological dilemma of the hero/anti-hero is the arch that keeps the tension building. The film raises questions that transcend the setting or any historical accuracy. Sam Fuller is looking to make the audience squirm a bit and that's what's so refreshing about storytelling of this quality. I was inspired by this one.
Nathan K (jp) wrote: Best interpretation of what slavery was like
Scott W (au) wrote: I think time has forgotten this movie, which is actually pretty good. It feels like an honest look at what it's like to be in a relationship, with some laughs. Jim Belushi is really funny in this. Although his character is a little extreme. Rob Lowe and Demi Moore have pretty good chemistry.
Marissa H (au) wrote: Well there goes a 1.5 hours that I'll never get back! What a complete waste of time and money!
Ian B (de) wrote: Sick scifi actioner with lotsa violence and boobs. Kick ass stop motion animation as well