Elizar Perla is a recently retired cat burglar who has succumbed to the temptation of one final score. The target is David Gray, famous for his collection of art and other rarities. Soon after the job, Elizar disappears, leaving his daughter Marty (Gina Gershon) distraught. Desperate, Gray approaches Marty suggesting that her father will turn up as soon as the stolen artwork is recovered. She begrudgingly accepts the offer to help him locate the art, but all is not as it seems, as the rarest of stolen pieces has value beyond ordinary currency. Written by Peace Arch
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Matthew D (jp) wrote: Rips along at quite a pace, getting through the 'first flight' within minutes to get to the Star Wars stuff. As such it doesn't have much time for character or any emotional tethers, something the work it's based on did so well, and leaves us with a Saturday morning cartoon feel. More could have been made of courage versus fear element, rewarding only for fans who know to look for it, but then they're also the only ones who while likely keep up with the break neck speed.
Andy F (au) wrote: Mesmerising and terrifying. One of the bleakest and best horror movies of recent times.
Toad T (gb) wrote: Its not flawless, but it has a few amazingly effective scenes. Worth a watch if you wanna be scared by creepy little girls.
Daniel P (ru) wrote: Dreadful Icelandic tale of a suicidal middle-aged American fellow called Simon who heads off to Iceland to end his days. Just as he is about to do the deed he meets a local young woman by the name of Da. The local sheriff gets very jealous of this relationship and goes as far as attempting to rape Da. This leads to Simon and Da going on the run as the suprisingly evil Icelandic police force burn down the young woman's house and slaughter her pack of huskeys. All that they escape with is an Icelandic Falcon. Within a blink of an eye they're in Hamburg where every man and his dog seems to want to buy said bird.Keith of the Carradine clan 'stars' as Simon (I think it was Keith even though the dvd sleeve says David!). Whilst watching it I was asked the question "If Carradine was a food what kind of food would he be?" Amazingly I guessed right. A big old ham. Shame cos I hoped for better from Wild Bill Hickok (Deadwood).A nothing film that should be ignored.
Dustin S (de) wrote: I love the first half of this movie but it trails off just horribly. I sell cars my self so it really hits home to me.
Caitlyn W (de) wrote: I liked this one. I thought it was really cool.
Gordon B (nl) wrote: It's not scary, but it's wacky, very wacky, amusingly wacky. I particularly like actor Jeffry Combs as a crazy perverted cultist who ofcourse carries around both machine gun & a hemmoroid pillow
Brian R (es) wrote: Atom Egoyan is a master at telling non linear stories and this one is fascinating since he is able to tell a great film set around an exotic strip club.
Little B (au) wrote: A Bergman's personal reflection about coldness, nihilism and insanity that can come from a relationship where there is no love. Technically well done.
Jonas T (ag) wrote: scifi actioncomedy best viewed with a bit of salt