Acting as J. Reid, undercover cop Cole works his way up the ranks and soon becomes close friends on the business and personal side with drug lord Dwayne Gittens who calls himself God. However, Cole's superior officer fears that he has gone too far in and may not be able to go back to his real self. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In Too Deep
A fearless cop is taking on a ruthless crimelord. He knew the risks. He just didn't know how far he would have to go.
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Eric R (ca) wrote: Love Crime is a thriller centered around the world of office politics where a young upcoming assistant, Isabelle, clashes with her boss, Christine, an executive who constantly abuses and manipulates the young Isabelle. Played by Kristen Scott Thomas, Christine, is a very sinister character who prays on the insecurities of young Isabelle. Kristen Scott Thomas is a pleasure to watch in this type of role as she "teaches" her young protege the cut-throat business world through tough lessons which are frequently mentally abusive and harsh. Isabelle's resolve is underestimated by Christine which leads to an all out war, in this silent back-stabbing office environment. As great as Kristin Scott Thomas is though, this is really a great showcase for Ludvine Sagnier. Balancing all the emotions of this character who is naive, hard-working, vengeful, and frighteningly alone. Without going into plot details the character goes through a transformation that really showcases Ludvine's talents. The film's thematic statement appears to be about how the underlying human desire for prestige and money can make even the most rational of individuals into tools of their own ambitions. It's a smart, thriller with enough twists and turns to keep the casual viewer interested while also commenting on a social issue.
Kyle B (ag) wrote: A nice little movie.
Kelsey E (it) wrote: Absolutely loved the movie. Great music, and great storytelling through the music
Sophie B (it) wrote: A decent sequel that doesn't straight out copy its predecessor. The cheers aren't as good and the characters aren't as likable or interesting, but it holds its own.
Patrick D (de) wrote: First off, this is a 1987 filmIt's pretty bad. Yet SO worth seeing. Low budget as hell, hilarious as hell and fun as hell.Plus you got Linnea Quigley (who people dig, and I'm don't know for sure why, but I'm one), and the best actor in the film, that says something.
Mike C (nl) wrote: passable movie with some poor casting choices.
Miguel R (mx) wrote: Despite its many flaws, Treasure Planet passes for a fun space adventure
Anthony K (br) wrote: An absolutely absurd male testosterone fantasy, but still remains a helluva lot of fun to watch. It may sport the same machismo-philosophy 101 of Fight Club (9 years later), but I give Point Break a lot more respect for its bold direction (those plane jumping scenes...) and electrifying stunt work (AGAIN, those plane jumping scenes!)