Mechanic: Resurrection

Mechanic: Resurrection

Arthur Bishop thought he had put his murderous past behind him when his most formidable foe kidnaps the love of his life. Now he is forced to travel the globe to complete three impossible assassinations, and do what he does best, make them look like accidents.

Master assassin Arthur Bishop (Jason Statham) must save the woman (Jessica Alba) he loves from deadly kidnappers who force him to travel the globe to complete three impossible assassinations, and do what he does best, make them look like accidents. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Mechanic: Resurrection torrent reviews

Orhan D (us) wrote: This film is same "Eagle Eye"....

Wendy S (ag) wrote: love this intermix of life and cooking. Funny host and chef leading you along the simple aggrevations and solutions to life's little problems. The moment with opening up the cheese packet had me laughing!! :D

Matt B (fr) wrote: I do not like how artificial all exchanges, gestures and statements appear in Gus Van Sant films - all actions feel overtly premeditated, as if rehearsed 100 times. There is nothing about a character's behavior which denotes normal human meaning. Overall his work comes across as too abstract, lacking in heart and genuine spontaneity. There is no fire - everything is 'too cool'. I observed this first in his terrifying-yet-disappointing and depressing "Elephant", a biopic inspired by the columbine massacre. None of the students acted like they were people - they acted like people acting like people. Given the huge cast and wide array of characters I'm afraid the blame for this falls squarely on Gus's shoulders. Perhaps he simply shouldn't be choosing his scripts. Good Will Hunting was a fantastic film that did not lack for heart. Why then, in the years proceeding from this, does he choose these sombre, ambient films with little or no humanity in them?Each character is a sterile puppet, a purely symbolic entity that we cannot see into or interpret thought from. They're like place mat cards, a coffee-coaster, representative version of people. It feels like he's given them a set of rote tasks to perform, and in having to remember them, they have little time to emote. The only sense of emotion in this film is a sense of laconic depressiveness - much like The Virgin Suicides, Elephant, etc. Is this the only trick this one pony can do? Having seen Good Will, I don't think so, but Gus is quite happy retreading the same ground, hoping for recognition, without realizing that a failing approach is a potentially flawed approach. If there were some sense of progress, contrast in mood or form, there would be some sense of this being a film. Instead we get a film trying to be reality. As depressing as that is, as depressing as reality is, it's not a worthwhile approach. Because film never represents reality as well as reality does. His films certainly Look pretty, but they leave you with no conclusion, no easy resolution, no lesson, and a deep feeling of emptiness. What, then, is their point? To make people feel worse? Sorry Gus, you've lost me. As for the biopic content of this film, I have no deep feelings either way. It's possible it would've had more impact if it'd been actually based on Kurt's life, but without that it's left feeling a little bit fragile.Occasionally Gus will just focus on some bit of scenery and force the viewer to just Calm Down and just watch something peaceful for a while, which comes across a little bit patronizing. I can watch scenery all the time - I don't need to be instructed. Overall the film comes off as a whim, and an expensive one. It's irritating and intense and stupid. But at least the ending is tastefully and well done.

Zi W (ca) wrote: A modern Romeo and Juliet movie :-) can see myself in the same situation! *sniff* funny main character too!

Rem Z (gb) wrote: so sad and yet wonderful loved all da songs my fav song was aankhein khulli

Russell H (gb) wrote: Great movie! Denzel and Will Patton are great in their roles. Awesome feel-good, sports movie.

Ash G (fr) wrote: Not scary, no original ideas, and super cheesy. You'll like this movie if you are a 13 year old girl at a slumber party.

Samantha S (it) wrote: again, I love AdRock

Orlok W (ru) wrote: If you're in the mood for zany, it's great--An Unsung Classic!!

Mark D (kr) wrote: Its good but not great. You can really tell what films are influenced by this. The narrative lets it down somewhat.

Jesse K (gb) wrote: 4/5 Okay so maybe I didn't completely get the whole picture with this first viewing but I was certainly engaged and entertained the entire way through. Inherent Vice features great performances, some zany humour and a wonderful portrait of early 70s Los Angeles. Plus anything with Joanna Newsom is automatically worth checking out.