Husband and wife doctors Paul and Kim Jordan need a drastic change. Distraught by the inexplicable death of their baby, Paul (C. Thomas Howell) convinces Kim to abandon their American lives and join a medical mission in Thailand. It seems to be just the distraction they need, until the day Paul is kidnapped by human traffickers who need a surgeon to operate on their wounded leader. Kim is left alone in a strange country, trying desperately to find her husband with no proof of what happened. While captive on the gangs' secluded island, Paul is caged with Malcolm Andrews (John Rhys-Davies), an Englishman being held for ransom. With nothing to do but talk, the two men quickly clash over philosophy, as Malcolm relies on a bold faith in God and Paul believes no god would allow these evils to happen in the world. Paul takes another hit when he finds his patient's condition much worse than he can handle on his own in such primitive conditions... Written by Anonymous (IMDB.com).
Husband and wife doctors Paul and Kim Jordan need a drastic change. Distraught by the inexplicable death of their baby, Paul (C. Thomas Howell) convinces Kim to abandon their American lives and join a medical mission in Thailand. It seems to be just the distraction they need, until the day Paul is kidnapped by human traffickers who need a surgeon to operate on their wounded leader. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(jp) wrote: Roasamund Pike played a fascinating psychopath. Crazy crime intertwined with love. Keeps your brain ticking over.
(ru) wrote: Bill Engvalland Jff Foxworthy are hilarious but I can't stand ron white
(gb) wrote: A little too cheesy, even by Bollywood standards, lol.
(br) wrote: It has a good message, about Progress tempered by culture and tradition, and doing good things for the community. I enjoyed it a lot. (But unless you are a Bollywood or SRK fan...you probably won't...just sayin'...)
(de) wrote: An interesting look into the life of a comedian and their creative process. Not sure there could have been a better juxtaposition used than that of Jerry Seinfeld and Orny Adams from both a career and personality point of view. Enjoyable, even with how irritating Orny Adams is.
(jp) wrote: [b][u]Samurai 1: Musashi Miyamoto[/u][/b] Now THAT is a freaking samurai movie!! Amazing action sequences, and incredible story and performance from Toshiro Mifune...just a thrilling journey through the life of a wild man who yearns to be a samurai. Deceived and betrayed, then trained by a Buddhist monk in th ways of the samurai, and to be calm and graceful...just a great, epic film. I LOVE the way this series is going. I wanted to watch Samurai 2 as well, but alas it was late. God what an incredible film. I swear this is going to end up being one of the best trilogies ever. I am putting this in my top 20. [b][u]Yojimbo[/u][/b][b][/b] As I suspected, another viewing of this film gave it much more depth and intrigue than the first viewing did. I loved it just as much as I did Samurai 1...but Samurai 1 I would say, on te whole, is a tad more rewatchable. They are really entirely different types of samurai films. This one is a little slower, and the action sequences are much like the showdowns of westerns: a huge build up and a short burst of incredible action. The first Samurai film, however, is a bit more just balls-to-the-wall kicking ass, but that is due to the fact that the main character has not yet been fully trained in the art of the samurai, which is what provides the shorter bursts of action. Anyways, I am blabbering. A wonderful film, worthy of a 10/10, but as I said, I like the first Samurai a smidgeon more.
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(br) wrote: Beautiful direction and two great performances make for fantastic viewing. Full review later.