The movie follows a loving husband and father finds his promising future transformed into a waking nightmare when he is convicted of killing an intruder must cope with life afterward in the violent penal system. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A family man convicted of killing an intruder must cope with life afterward in the violent penal system.
- Stars:Dougray Scott, Rachael Blake, Jeremy Lindsay Taylor, Richard Roxburgh, Claire Forlani, Don Hany, Elan Zavelsky, Jonny Pasvolsky, Tony Martin, Socratis Otto, Stephen Curry, Alex Menglet, Shane Briant, Costa Ronin, Alin Sumarwata, Marisol Nichols, Vincent Miller, Anne Archer, Larnell Stovall, Val Kilmer, Sam Shepard, Johnny Lewis, Harold Perrineau, Shawn Prince, Chris Browning, Nick Chinlund, Greg Serano, Jake Walker, Nate Parker, Stephen Dorff,
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Mandy K (nl) wrote: In the same ballpark as the 1980 Australian classic 'The Club', 'BLINDER' is a slick production aesthetically. The film features a solid cast of emerging and established Australian talent, who play out the controversial script with integrity and substance. A film which was underrated at the box office yet will surely see success and longevity in the home entertainment market. One for the whole family.
Heather M (us) wrote: This is a sweet, fluff movie that adds a unique twist to the traditional Dickens' story. It is an easy holiday movie to watch, but isn't a must see movie.
Philip W (us) wrote: Simply put, every high school freshman and senior should see this film. A coming of age piece complete with an all star trio of Logan Lerman, Emma Watson, and Ezra Miler, Perks of being a Wallflower is an amazing story hitting on multiple tough topics regarding love and lose. There are so many touching things to take from this film and with a standout performance from Miller as Patrick, Perks is a film that'll hold up well with time and show the audience new things each time they watch it.
Loreno H (ru) wrote: This movie was surprisingly good. Recommend everyone check it out.
Cody S (au) wrote: An interesting Kung-Fu movie. The world's basically ended and theres a bunch of Germans sporting Uniforms. One guy has to rise up and fight the main bad-guy for mankind's destiny. The kung fu is good, the acting is alright though it's a little hard to tell with the subtitles. Theres a few problems with the plot (the whole one guy saving the world by beating one guy always bothers me) and theres a lot of importance placed on "The Book" and it's not really explained why. It's supposed to make the bad guys soldiers invincible, but the bad guy beat the last master of the book, so it's another one of those plot holes. But there are worse movies out there, this one is atleast entertaining.
Paul D (de) wrote: It's possible to appreciate an attempt to parody a homage to the horror flick, but a combination of sloppy direction and second-rate acting really lets this film down.
KARLA E (jp) wrote: it's got Thomas on it..s' ok
Andrey B (ru) wrote: Very dark comedy with excellent cast and nuanced portrayal of different problems people face at various stages of their life. This film is like a cross section of society.
Singha T C (es) wrote: if my life can sing, it would be this film.
Danny M (br) wrote: Good film. I enjoyed it and find it really nice and funny
Bryan W (jp) wrote: When I saw the title and the poster, I must admit that I wasn't intrigued. But... Brendan Gleeson? Jeremy Irons? EDWARD NORTON?! Must see list.
stefano l (nl) wrote: I heard of this movie during thr first year of my university course and at the time I remained impressed by the description made by the professor, so I decided that I would watch it someday. After 8 years I managed to do it and I've not been disappointed as very often happens in these cases. Great movie with an incredible performance by Dafoe and Hackman.
Jaden K (au) wrote: Pretty solid thriller flick. Just a movie where you can shut your brain off and veg out. The soundtrack is littered with some decent metal. Some plot elements and plot points were so obviously foreshadowed that the third act is almost fully predicted. With a fun twist ending.