Harried working mom Karen McCann is stuck in traffic, talking on the phone to her teenage daughter at home, when she hears an intruder break into the house and murder her child. When the courts fail to keep behind bars the murder, Karen seeks her own form of justice. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Eye for an Eye
It's fire and brimstone time as grieving mother Karen McCann takes justice into her own hands when a kangaroo court in Los Angeles fails to convict Robert Doob, the monster who raped and murdered her 17-year-old daughter.
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Gautham R (au) wrote: I think more than a testament to the well known real life event, this is a testament to how mature and talented Ryan Coogler was even coming out of film school. A lot of people at his level would make style-over-substance flicks emulating a certain director or writer. But I can already tell that he's got his own distinct style. It makes sense that he made Creed just as impeccably as this.
Joey S (au) wrote: Really stupid but has some funny parts
Todd S (au) wrote: The only thing disturbing about this movie is that someone actually agreed to make it. I understand that it's an independent film, written, directed, and starring first timers, but anyone who read this script had to have known it just wouldn't work! Don't get me wrong, the story they had was extremely solid, and they could have taken it in a million different directions, any other direction than the one they took. The story starts 70 years ago, when an entire town randomly decides to follow a path into the woods and are never heard from again. The FBI investigated, covered up whatever they found, and kept the whole area off limits, until a random group of people decide to investigate for themselves and write a book about their experiences. First of all, this group of people have no connection to the town, people, or even each other, so why do this? Second, for 70 years the FBI has kept the area off limits to everyone, so what makes this group so special? These idiots march into the woods and the only thing they find is music playing, music that gets progressively louder until it drives them insane. The music is from the Wizard of Oz, but the producers were too cheap to buy the rights to the music from the Wizard of Oz, so it's very similar melodies with different words that nearly drove me to insanity. These idiots romp through the woods makes the Blair Witch Project look like an Oscar worthy film by comparison. It's a lot of talking, and crying, and yelling, that leads to an ending that is by far one of the dumbest fucking things I have ever seen. The ending is the strangest part of all, in that it builds up and plays like it's some huge twist, which maybe it would have been had it made any sense at all. The acting was terrible, the direction was all over the place, and the film destroys the story worst than Paula Deen destroyed her career. This is one film you should absolutely avoid!
Jakub S (es) wrote: Is it possible to marry a movie? If yes, I'm going to marry this one here. I love every centimetre of its film stock.
forcebucket B (ag) wrote: One some days, this is my favorite movie of all time.
Ben L (fr) wrote: Could have been so much better and intelligent. Unfortunately it is neither. The grande finale loses steam and the chase sequences are bordering on tiresome. There is a funny sequence with Sylvester Stallone, who is obviously dubbed (I don't care who tells me different) but apart from this, it's mediocre.
David G (us) wrote: I loved the video game and the movie as a kid, but this is one of those movies from your childhood that just don't hold up. I like the neon colors and some of the style of the sets, but the movie is just too silly to take serious by any means.
Brea B (fr) wrote: Great B movie... I love the premise and Albert Finney is awesome as the detective... fun classic flick
Omar L (ru) wrote: If there was ever a movie that desperately needed a 21st century remake, it's this movie. A concept that was repeated with much more fun results in Innerspace was introduced here, in one of the most boring movies ever made. The effects are horrible, the acting is terrible, the writing is ludicrous, the story is nonexistent, and the acting is dull. This movie is a gigantic waste of time.
Alexander P (nl) wrote: Pretty decent, Carpenter attempts to be funny but isnt really as narrator - first story is boring, second far-fetched but the third is superb - Hamill is immense in the psychotic role and shoild have had a lot more plaudits for this performance
Jamin M (de) wrote: Not only do I love this film, but this is one of my favorite movies of all time. I love the characters, the story, and especially the music. The acting is pretty good as well. This film has a big cast, and all of the actors do great. I really like Tracy and how determined she is. I really like Penny, Link, Seaweed, and Motormouth Maybelle, and Corny. I love that the story touches upon racism as well. The best aspect of this film is of course the music. I can't help but listen to these songs over and over again. They're just so catchy and fun. I don't even know what else to say. I think Hairspray is a fun, energized treat with enjoyable characters, a good story, and awesome songs. It's one of my all time favorite movies. I loved it as a kid and I'll love it from years to come.
Matthew C (us) wrote: Hulk is a film about Bruce Banner, a scientist who doesn't realize what he has inside of him. When he is exposed to gamma radiation it, unleashes his inner Hulk when he becomes angry. Overall, Hulk is a thoughtful film, but is lacking in action and has way too many shots of comic book style panels for scenes. Not a bad film, but really needs better action.