Léon: The Professional

Léon: The Professional

After her father, mother, older sister and little brother are killed by her father's employers, the 12-year-old daughter of an abject drug dealer is forced to take refuge in the apartment of a professional hitman who at her request teaches her the methods of his job so she can take her revenge on the corrupt DEA agent who ruined her life by killing her beloved brother. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Alan H (fr) wrote: Oh, how I want to like Lutz. He is so beautiful and SO built. and yes, he is likable in a big dumb dog kind of way. but based on his performance in Java Heat, he would be hard-pressed to act wet in a rain storm. His reactions and choices are so laughably inappropriate, one wonders if the editor has deliberately chosen all the wrong takes just to make him look foolish. It's a shame, because the movie wouldn't be half bad otherwise. It delves into the culture of Indonesia in interesting ways; it has a nicely creepy villain in Rourke; and most of all it has Ario Bayu, who is the real deal. His constant aggravation with Lutz's character comes off like a fine actor's irritation at having to play scenes with a boy who means well, but is simply incompetent. It's like watching Andre Aggasi play tennis with an armless opponent. It is almost worth sticking around for the end, to see Lutz make his exit with a cheerful "See ya, Jake"!" This is a character who has just been through hell avenging the death of his brother, and is off to face a court martial. Words fail me.

Eric H (mx) wrote: To give it some credit, the lead actress did perfectly capture the vulnerability of the character she portrays, but the story just isn't all that appealing. Coming of age tales are a dime a dozen these days, and Towelhead isn't able to stand out in the hugely crowded genre. Alan Ball does an okay job writing the script, but his direction is way off. Most of the actors are so wooden, especially the actor playing the father, it seems as if he just got out of acting school, because his performance feels so stale and lifeless. Considering the cast includes Maria Bello, Toni Collete and Aaron Eckhart, indie veterans, this movie should have been infinitely better than it was.

Julia B (au) wrote: I saw this in the Victoria Film Fest a few years ago. I thought it was a great drama - v dark. Mum dying - prodigal daughter comes home and is reunited with her two sisters and they put ghosts from the past to rest.

Robert B (ca) wrote: Kissed (Lynne Stopkewich, 1996)[originally posted 23Jul2001]Stopkewich, a production designer by trade, took a doozy for her first project behind the helm, an adaptation of Barbara Gowdy's "We So Seldom Look on Love" called Kissed.Lifetime Original Movie veteran Molly Parker plays Sandra, a necrophiliac who gets her dream job-working as a funeral home assistant. (I've found no conclusive evidence that Gowdy's story is based, however loosely, on the life of Karen Greenlee, but really... how often does this happen?) Early on, she finds herself pursued by Matt (fellow TV-flick veteran Peter Outerbridge), whose obsession with Sandra deepens as he attempts to understand and identify with the necrophiliac urge.Outerbridge probably wasn't the best actor for this role, but the rest of the movie is quite well cast. Parker is wonderful, as is Natasha Morley (Hideaway), who plays her younger self. The funeral home's janitor, Jan (James Timmons, in his first and [to date] last film role), steals every scene he's in with impunity. This man needs more work, pronto. Similar to the casting, the script has its flaws (the main one is a decided overuse of voice-over narration), but there's a lot to like in it, anyway. Parker is excellent at deadpanning great lines; one can almost forgive the endless minutes of narration given Parker's voice, and the earnestness of her character. One wonders how many actresses could have pulled it off this well.The movie's main problem is its pace, which is jerky at best. Long, languid scenes that stretch thirty seconds beyond where they should are followed by whirlwinds of activity without transition and vice versa too many times. After a while, the viewer begins to feel the existential version of motion sickness.Much to like, much to not like. The individual viewer will decide which wins out. *** 1/2

Joey S (fr) wrote: I loved this irish coming to america love story.

Dustin D (it) wrote: This is my happening and it freaks me out!

Thomas K (mx) wrote: One of those films that don't really add up but still lingers in the memory and that's largely because of Brando's huge and very entertaining presence.

Greg W (ca) wrote: lame italian rip-off

Naomi G (jp) wrote: Some people ventured, actually forced the opinion upon the general populance, that any further actions against Prsident Nixon would destroy the "fabric of society." It should be understood that the fabric of society is meant to be those who are foisting the whole concept upon whoever will or will not listen by the medium of industrial mass communications and that any further actions against Nixon would have resulted in those promoting the fabric concept themselves being arrested.Basically, All the President's Men renews the concept that Robert Redford could have a second career as a male model and Dustin Hoffman is a schlub destined for limited romantic roles.