Street tough Zamir has been in love with Kim ever since he rescued her from rapists, but the only way that he can express his affection is to attack any man who shows interest in her. Kim tolerates Zamir's infatuation, but keeps him at arm's length. When Max Kalba arrives in town to take vengeance on Kim's father, Zamir attempts to rescue her once again.
- Stars:Marko Zaror, Caterina Jadresic, Miguel Angel De Luca, Man Soo Yoon, Alejandro Castillo, Roberto Avendano, Ximena Rivas, Daniela Lhorente, Luis Alarcón, Pablo Cerda, Pablo Chuyin, Nikola Bahna, Mauricio Diocares, Raziel Yi, Cristian Cho,
- Director:Ernesto Díaz Espinoza,
- Writer:Ernesto Díaz Espinoza
Chilean brawler and stuntman Marko Zaror marks his emergence onto the international action scene with this fast-paced martial arts film about the leader of a small Chilean street gang who ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: Average, but I don't like its tone.
(nl) wrote: There is so much to like about this movie. The performances are incredible. The conceits, completely arresting. So much passion and torment. So much life. Such beautiful compositions. This is what cinema should be.
(it) wrote: It's passable. But despite the strength of the actors, transplanting the story to modern times and a new location just doesn't work in the way the original does, and the film lacks many of the original's strengths.
(jp) wrote: This is a low budget porno Olivier is cute though
(br) wrote: Oh I LOVE this movie, Robert is so great in it and the twist at the end, wow!!!!
(gb) wrote: Well I like Rutger Hauer but this B-movie production was boring... there are no other word for it. If you have to watch it... bring some alcohol ;-)
(jp) wrote: nothanks not my kinda thing
(mx) wrote: Miranda Richardson is great in this sad story of self destructive lovers. She plays Ruth Ellis, the last woman to be hanged in England. This Noirish drama looks at her relationship with David Blackley from it's beginning to bitter end.
(ag) wrote: The Invitation, a dramatic thriller directed by Karyn Kusama, is an absolutely masterful slow burn. It asks for but a little bit of patience, and in return, puts a boot on your chest and slowly, unrelentingly presses. Its a movie best watched from the comfort of a couch, with full awareness that you aren't getting yourself into an action extravaganza but otherwise little knowledge about what to expect. Given its current widespread availability on Netflix, it is the type of movie that I recommend just watching without reading this review if that at all sounds interesting to you.At the start of The Invitation, Will is invited to a reunion party at the house of his ex-wife Eden and her new husband David. They haven't seen each other in two years, since they split up following their son's death, and neither have the other members of their former group of friends also at the party. If the situation weren't awkward enough, Eden and David invite a couple of their other friends they met at a retreat in Mexico, where they got in touch with their spirituality and flushed themselves of grief and pain. While everyone in the room becomes more and more uncomfortable, Will becomes more and more suspicious about why they're really being gathered.Most movies give their characters some backstory to make them more relatable, and the death of Will and Eden's son initially seems boilerplate, the seismic weight of such an event is necessary to the character arcs it presents. Will and Eden both process the loss in different ways; Will seems to have been a recluse until recently, bottling his grief and losing his sense of trust. Eden has given herself up to a god of a sort, relieving herself of personal responsibility. It's likely not coincidence that Logan Marshall-Green and Michael Huisman, who play Will and David, have a significant physical resemblance to each other (from the trailer, you can really only tell them apart by their beard length), as they are two possible endpoints of a path started by trauma. While the film puts us in Will's headspace, and allows his paranoia to fester in our minds, it also asks us what we would do in the same situation through its minor yet relatable supporting cast. We've all had one or two friends who get involved with a lifestyle or group that we can't in full faith support. What do we do when confronted with that? How much will it take for it to break our trust in them? How safe is it to give the benefit of the doubt? The Invitation asks us to reflect on our own social circles, on the pain of others that we cannot ever fully empathize with.But first and foremost, The Invitation is an effective, spellbinding thriller. It's smart enough to forgo big twists, quickly narrowing the progression of events to one of two possible endgames, and lets us squirm while Will decides between the two. Even though it mostly consists of minor slights and quick catchups with old friends along the way, The Invitation ratchets up the tension methodically until it reaches a natural, absolute breaking point. It's not flashy, but its absolutely engrossing.
(nl) wrote: I love Carry On's. British humour at it's unsubtle best. This is my favourite of the non-historic ones.
(mx) wrote: Damn that Barbara Steele. She's always getting possessed.
(mx) wrote: Marilyn's first starring role is a routine backstage musical, with the rather bizarre production number "Every Baby Needs a Da-Da-Daddy."
(us) wrote: First great 'thrill killer' movie
(gb) wrote: Unexpectedly GOOD. Heart pounding with laughs. JJ Abrams's name is in this movie although he is not the director. Probably the producer or script writer. This 2001 movie is better than a lot of recent movies.
(br) wrote: it was so bad, I didn't care about the characters at all..the acting was stellar tho.
(jp) wrote: In "Wake in Fright," John Grant(Gary Bond), a schoolteacher, is looking forward to the Christmas holidays more than anything else. This will give him an opportunity to temporarily leave the Outback in favor of Sydney and his girlfriend Robyn(Nancy Knudsen). But first he has to take a train to the next town where he is scheduled to get a flight out the following morning. And then finds a possible solution to his problems...Even though it is not the horror movie I was expecting, "Wake in Fright" is still an effective study in how the Australian Outback is not for all people and perfect for others. To that effect, the movie makes very good use of nightmarish imagery and forehshadowing. And it is also one of the few movies to visualize hot weather on screen so well which works towards showing how celebrating Christmas in such a hostile environment can be unsettling while raising the question about whether John is fantasizing about his girlfriend or ice water more.