An unnamed mid-level cocaine dealer (Daniel Craig) in London makes plans to step away from the criminal life. But before it, he must finish two tough jobs from his boss. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Ariel R (au) wrote: Ok, la pelcula no es una maravilla, se le puede calificar como mero entretenimiento pasajero, tiene algunos problemas como la duracin, restarle unos minutos no hubiera sido nada malo. Como dije, es una pelcula entretenida dominguera.
Nadhira A (de) wrote: one of the best romance movie i've ever seen <3
David G (ag) wrote: Got this on blu ray for only 75p it's not bad, but by the end of it I felt sorry for the cannibals couldn't imagine having to digest that lot ,hammy acting and all, the indigestion must have been terrible
Carlos I (br) wrote: Does a surprisingly decent job with the little amount of resources at its disposal. Twists galore in this little one location thriller.
Mi S (nl) wrote: Riiiiite. i say again.
Steve P (fr) wrote: An excellent movie about morality, guilt, forgiveness, grace, relationships, love, lust, and more!
Simon R (fr) wrote: Great film with some hilarious CGI
Jordan B (ca) wrote: This is a B-grade fantasy/action flick, and very enjoyable if you realize going in what you're in for. The graphics are inconsistent, sometimes very believeable, sometimes....not. It was kinda funny to see Timothy Dalton looking older, and to see Sean Bean in something other than Lord Of The Rings. (He was why I had wanted to see it when it was on TV originally...) Overall, not bad. Should satisfy anyone who wants an alternative to Disney...
Melvin Scott G (kr) wrote: Excellent 80s popcorn flick...Oh yeah and Jeffrey Combs and Yvonne De Carlo are in it!
Cara B (de) wrote: An offbeat, mind-bending murder mystery that I remember finding clever and amusing.
Matty S (nl) wrote: The magic of Douglas Sirk to turn a soap opera plot/story into pure cinematic art. The film is worth seeing for the lighting/cinematography alone. But, there is a lot going on beneath the surface and in the reflections of Sirk's film.
Phil S (it) wrote: Not without issues but I love it. A great example if frankenheimer's ability.
Marilee A (ca) wrote: I liked the Against All Odds version better
Richard D (ru) wrote: This is a terrible movie on multiple levels. It's an awful adaptation of the source material, completely missing the satirical tone that made the comic book so much fun to read. It can't even settle on it's own tone. It seemingly wants to replace the adult atmosphere of the source with a kid-friendly tone, but then there's Lea Thompson in sheer underwear threatening to have sex with a duck. (I'm not complaining about the former, but the latter sure adds a sour taste to the proceedings.) Seemingly completely unaware of what it wants to be, it substitutes terrible overacting and loud effects laden action for entertainment. Absolutely wretched.