Locked Down

Locked Down

Danny, a respected cop, is setup after an investigation goes wrong. While laying low in his new jail cell, Danny is forced to get involved in the inmates underground cage fighting circuit. With the help of Irving, a former mixed martial arts champion, Danny devises a scheme to bring justice and innocence to his family's name, if he can get out of the cage alive.

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Michael Z (it) wrote: Oslo, August 31st delivers a natural and unelaborate (yet dense) portrait of hopelessness that is so French New Wave, it might give you a fit of Godard dj vu.*3/4*

Joseph H (nl) wrote: Doesn't seem interesting.

Ming Rou H (fr) wrote: A movie projecting fashion world in a very different way, giving the audience enough suspense. It also purges people to stop and think about their life and work at some point in life.

Jens T (it) wrote: As wonderfull Jezebel is, I don't think this is a kind of movie that could me made to day because of the so called rebellious themes it was on that time, that this film was made. One example is the red dress that ms. Julie wheres on the Olympus Ball (which by the way is very hot) where everybody is shocked, cause all girl is suppost to where white dresses. Bette Davis delivers a splendid preformance, the first part of the move, the part before the ball, I think of her as a strong independent women as Kathrine Hebpurn in Bringing Up Baby, but afterwards she's just becoming another melodramatic lady character.

Nestor A (ag) wrote: The Big Lebowski, it isn't. It isn't even Kingpin, but as stupid bowling comedy goes, it has it's moments. Tara Reid's brother found a way to showcase her acting talent...surround her with worse actors and give her lines about not wanting to play a hooker for the rest of her life...BTW, I saw this as "Strike" which was apparently the alternate name. Oh, and it's got Ray Wise and he's awesome.

Kevin D (nl) wrote: The origins of the Batman. There have been several renditions over his from his more wholesome and humble beginnings in the 'Silver Age' of comics, to Christopher Nolan's epic film trilogy of a man driven mad by the death of his parents. Printed in 1987, Year One was artist and writer Frank Miller's take on Batman's beginnings and is considered by many the official cannon of Wayne's long endeavor against crime.DC Animation did a wonderful job approaching Miller's work, and remained very true to the original work. There is very little alteration in plot and theme, as it retains it gritty and dark narrative, about a city lost to crime and corruption, and the struggle of good men in a city where good men are considered weak. You are introduced to two main characters, Bruce Wayne and James Gordon. Both outsiders, and both willing to make a difference in their own way. The theme of this film is one of absolute resolve and strength in the face of adversity.Where this film really excels is within its voice acting. Most people will be able to place Bryan Cranston as Lieutenant Gordon. Gordon, arguably the main character of this story, begins as a man in penance. He enters the city by train, regretting his actions that got him transferred to the most dangerous city in America, apprehensive about the future for his wife and himself. All of this is portrayed through these subtle inflections of voice, and Cranston does a fantastic job of maintaining this quality throughout the film. Ben McKenzie as Bruce Wayne / Batman is excellent in his role, and separates himself from previous voice actors. He portrays a man of drive and unforgiving resolve, yet at times a man who is uncertain of himself. The acting is solid throughout, which is no small feat in animation as it depends completely on how the actors use their voice.Batman is a symbol to many, as a stand against crime, yet his beginnings were not always easy. His struggle is a very real and human one. In many ways, he represents the best of us, and an unwavering determination to do what is necessary in the face of evil. Year One is arguably the best animated adaptation of a comic book to date.

Dorian G (br) wrote: Super fun crazy action! Great to see the old guys (and girls!) being rad. I found the story a little confusing, but maybe I should have paid closer attention. Helen Mirren is so amazing. Can't wait to watch the sequel! Watched at Sam's on Netflix, April 9, 2016.