Mallory Kane is a highly trained operative who works for a government security contractor in the dirtiest, most dangerous corners of the world. After successfully freeing a Chinese journalist held hostage, she is double crossed and left for dead by someone close to her in her own agency. Suddenly the target of skilled assassins who know her every move, Mallory must find the truth in order to stay alive.
The movie revolves around Mallory Kane, a highly trained operative for a government security contractor, as she seeks payback after she is betrayed and set up during a mission. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: CASEY AFFLECK THOUGH
(nl) wrote: The swedish Forest Gump but more light heated. Very funny.
(kr) wrote: I didn't see any point to this movie. The whole movie was this teenage guy narrating his own confusion about falling in love. The whole zombie theme was sadly a background and spoiled with bad acting and slow motions that took way too much time.
(gb) wrote: Law Abiding Citizen with a satisfying ending. In a nutshell.
(gb) wrote: human kind is amazing
(de) wrote: The documentary Soundtrack for a Revolution? seamlessly intertwines the intense history of the civil rights movement with the music component that it highlights. There is an excellent balance of the history of the actual civil rights movement and that of the music that rode alongside the history, but takes the limelight in this film. The images at times can be hard to watch, so the music does a great job of soothing the audience and at the same time making it more powerful.Introducing archival footage and interviews and testimonies of people, the filmmakers(TM) tweak it to make it something new an interesting. They combine those two parts of the documentary with music performances of the songs that united the movement. Not only do the filmmakers make use of traditional music that was common for that time, but they also make use of current recording artists being a voice for the film. The current recording artists provide a gateway for attracting a younger audience. That technique is definitely something that they succeeded in using.With a subject that is of common knowledge, images that are stuck behind in your head, and music that will keep you singing for hours after the film credits roll, Soundtrack for a Revolution is a documentary worth watching.
(us) wrote: Adam Rifkin's odd story of a garbageman/horrible stand up comedian who grows a third arm out of his back. The world created in this movie is so scummy that it'll make you feel like taking a shower.
(es) wrote: As an anthology horror movies it's one of the better ones for sure. The stories have no real twists or turns that will surprise or shock the viewer (like The Twilight Zone) and it doesn't have the style or substance of a movie like Creepshow, but what it does have is plenty of gore and monster effects, plus some good acting.The first segment involves a mummy. It has the most big named actors of any of the segments and is probably the scariest of the three stories. It's okay, but nothing special.The second segment is a bit boring, despite being written by Stephen King and George Romero. It involves an evil cat and it really isn't that interesting until the fantastic gore scene at the end. The weakest story in my opinion.The last segment is the cheesiest by far. It has some cool monster effects and gore, but relies too heavily on a twist ending you can already see coming. It isn't that great, but the cheese factor is high and there's something about rubber suit monsters that is awesome to see in movies.Overall, Tales from the Darkside as a whole is like the sum of all its part. Each story is okay, but nothing you need to go out of your way to see. There's nothing terrible about the movie, but nothing special about it either. Though, if you want to see an anthology horror movie then this is one of the better ones to recommend.
(ca) wrote: 9 out of 10:It's a bit slow but Dial M for Murder is full of great suspense and performances.