As a successful businessman, an uninhibited symbol of modern capitalism, Michel Gani has everything: money, power, love. And he wants it known. As he prepares to make the "coup"of his career, he agrees to let cameras follow him by Joseph Klein, a sassy and committed journalist. This is supposed to become an ode to the genius of a great man. An astonishing and exhilarating journey into the corridors of business and life of the rich and powerful ensues. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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DC E (ca) wrote: "Tooth Fairy 2" 10 Scale Rating: 0.5 (Among the Worst of All Time) ... The Good: Nothing. Nothing at all. The Bad: A movie about Larry the Cable guy being turned into a pink tutu wearing fairy? Do I really need to list the bad here?
scott g (ru) wrote: Another camcorder fouind footage, and while not hitting heights of REC paranormal activity or cloverfield, it does to a degree feel closer in style to inspirational, The blaire witch project. and it rolls along nicely. nice banter from the guys. and moments. its not scary, but its decent enough
James L (de) wrote: I may have found this film more entertaining and funny had I been fuelled with alcohol before I sat down to watch it, as I wasn't I was quite bored by this movie and honestly would sooner put needles through my eyes than watch it again
Guye J (gb) wrote: This 2006 Snoop Dog's Hood Of Horror movie was pretty good! You got a lot of known actors like Billy Dee Williams, Danny Trejo etc. However, this movie is no "Tales From The Hood"!
Lawrence W (ca) wrote: Just cute. Good chemistry between Andy and Sammi as always.
Brett W (ag) wrote: I don't believe the word vampire is ever mentioned. Quite a good show.
Brody M (mx) wrote: Alright but not as good as I thought it was gonna be
Alex r (kr) wrote: Follow-up to Uwe Boll's finest effort, Rampage, Rampage: Capital Punishment is a surprisingly disturbing decent into madness. Well crafted in order to make the viewer unsettled with every frame. Uwe Boll has had the reputation of being one of the worst directors working today due his numerous video game adaptations. However, whenever he writes his own ideas to make a film, he manages to make something watchable, and this film is quite good for a sequel, and even more impressive for the fact that it's a Boll film. I never hated Boll to be honest, I always viewed his work as so-so, and he is able to make entertaining films when he's got a great idea to work with. Rampage: Capital Punishment is a haunting psychological decent into madness, one that mixes action, thriller and horror elements into one effective, unforgettable picture, one that is sure to be a cult film among midnight movie fans. Boll manages to pull off something thoroughly engaging, a film that has some tense, thrilling, horrifying moments that just grabs your attention, and you simply cannot tear yourself away from what you watch. The film is not perfect of course, but considering that this was made by Uwe Boll, it's a good effort, and it just goes to show that he can make a competent film. The lead actor Brendan Fletcher gives a great performance as the film's villain, and with that being said, I think he deserves to get far bigger roles in bid budget films, as he is a capable actor who manages to make a role his own. Rampage: Capital Punishment won't get an y accolades anytime soon, as it is a film that unfortunately never realizes its full on potential due to budget constraints and a few weak areas, but for what it is, it's a good effort worthy seeing if you want one of the better movies from Uwe Boll.