Seven people who committed the seven deadly sins : lust, gluttony, greed, sloth, wrath, envy and pride are locked up in a sealed space by someone. These seven people must play a game which is a matter of life or death.
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Joules L (ru) wrote: Good as an afternoon movie. It held my attention with its little plot twists.
Steve S (fr) wrote: Great if you are a John Cusack fan.
Jen M (fr) wrote: Love Spade and dumb comedy's. Perfect match for me!
Shiva K (it) wrote: A heart wrenching and brutally honest depiction of the life of children living(dying) in the streets of Bombay. 'Haunting' is the word that best describes this film. One of the best films about India, from India..'Salaam Bombay!' was only the second Indian film to be nominated for an Oscar.When on the way to a jail cum institution in the police van, an older riding companion reaches over and touches Krishna's hair(the main child character) and says, "It'll be all right. One day... in our India, things will be all right." Twenty-five years since this movie was made, one hopes and senses that things in India are moving in the direction of proving the old man's prophecy correct.At the end of the film we see a desperate, hopeless and desolated Chaipau(Krishna) crying his heart out at his lost of innocence and at all the misery he has endured after being abandoned by his parents. One can only hope that Chaipau triumphs in the end(of his life). This is not a quirky-forgetful film, but a film that plays in the mind beyond the running time. A movie that haunts long after and captivates the mind.An absolute must-see.But it doesn't seem that many people have seen it. I sure hope more people do.. These children don't have much of a voice to speak out in our country, but movies like this give them one and it should be heard by everyone.
Courtney C (it) wrote: It had the corny factor that is necessary in a sequel. Milton Berle's cameo is worth the watch.
Zack B (es) wrote: Yeah I see the message, and blah blah, but it's dated, white-washed, and dull. Gary Cooper is great, but this is not an exciting film for his work. It doesn't have anything to do with sentimentality; Gary Cooper played Sergeant York after all, and that was quite the sentimental, melodramatic film but it was incredibly made by the master Howard Hawks.
Stewart B (ca) wrote: Odd but good. Slightly unsatisfying ending.
Kevin S (br) wrote: Just a long string of fuck ups.. dat ending though!!
Allan C (au) wrote: Not the best martial arts film and not the best buddy action film either, but it's still enjoyable enough if you like Yun-Fat Chow and Seann William Scott. Yun-Fat plays an ageless monk protecting a scroll and Scott plays the chosen one. Then there are also bad guys, Nazis actually, trying to get the scroll for their own purposes. I never read the comic this film was based on, but the story has fun pulpy possibilities, but the characters are really not there and the fight scenes are rather pedestrian. Corey Yuen did some additional fight choreography for the film, and there are at time some fight scenes that stand out, but overall it's merely competently done fight scenes. Don't watch this film if you're wanting a martial arts film, but it is worth checking out if you're a Yun-Fat fan. Jaime King and the greatMako also appear in the film.
Borhan K (gb) wrote: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is a movie about how some humans stumble on a world full of apes. This movie basically goes for 15 to 20 mins before any spoken dialogue is spoken.I am not really a fan of these kinds of movies but I wanted to see what all the fuss is about.I feel the true message of this movie is about war and how it can be avoided if both parties can come together to settle their differences.But in the movie it shows how a sad truth that just because of ones foolish perception it can affect others in masses.Although PG 13 it can be a tad dark and i would advise younger audience really stay away but if they are keen parents should be with them.Great concept but over 2 hours long and 20mins of non-dialogue can really be off-putting.
Karsh D (kr) wrote: drab lifeless boring. an ageing cop trying to hunt down an ex contact he put behind bars years earlier.