Lessons

Lessons

Two people meet, they connect. One disconnects, the other can't and then it's all over. The definitive guide to a language harder to learn than Votyak but much more important.

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Gina H (us) wrote: Really gripping movie.

Federico F (mx) wrote: The return of Stallone and his action genre recovering the actors required from him to create the typical beats old school

Steve S (ca) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***

FilmGrinder S (br) wrote: 76% "Do you belive in Jesus? Well, now you get to meet him."-Paul Kersey (Charles Bronson) Laurence Fishburne plays in a wee part as a punk.

Cassandra M (kr) wrote: I'll just say that the film is constructed so poorly that it is outrageously funny. I watched it with friends, and I recommend everyone does the same. If you have even half of a sense of humour, you'll be laughing for literally 80% of the film.Everything about the film is wrong: trying to resurrect Bruce Lee with scraps of footage and a guy that "kinda" looks like him; having a man dress up as a lion and go toe to toe with the lead character; having sets that belong in a star trek episode; having jesus play the bad duy. The best/worst parts are the "twists," which are so inconsequential they needn't have bothered. The makers could not have made a funnier film had they tried. Any film that includes the line: "I may be a kung-fu master, but I need cash!" must be essential viewing

Greg R (de) wrote: This brings back some of my childhood memories, because I remember seeing this film when I was younger, like in early Elementary School, and remembering for a long time this would be my favorite film ever. I recently saw it again for the first time since then, and It might not be my favorite anymore, but I still find it a fun, relevant, and enjoyable film.

Luke R (jp) wrote: After a sluggish start, this movie comes into its own around the half way mark and actually turns into a pretty good investment of your time.Of course, Don Cheadle is very, very good - and consolidates his position in my list of favourite actors. Everything he does seems believable, even here as 'Samir Horn' - a suspected terrorist who appears conflicted as to which side he is fighting for. Needless to say, his performance is outstanding.Guy Pearce is solid, if not a touch on the bland side as your typical FBI agent. Not a whole lot of emotions on display, but it is a respectable enough performance for Pearce to expect further upcoming roles. I happen to be a fan of Pearce, so I hope this is the case.At its conclusion, whilst I picked one or two of the twists - it was still an interesting climax and overall, I would rate this movie a solid 3.5 stars.I'd recommend this film, especially if you're into the spy/terrorism type of drama.