Moscow Heat

Moscow Heat

After a U.S. policeman is killed by black market weapons dealers, his partner, Rudy (Robert Madrid), and the murdered cop's father, ex-British Intelligence agent Roger Chambers (Michael York), head to Moscow to find the killers. The two begin to track down their targets, but their plan falters when Rudy's injured and Chambers is arrested. Enter Vlad (Alexander Nevsky), a Russian officer who's willing to help the men complete their mission.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:2004
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:boat,   fight,   torture,  

A retired Diplomat and an NYPD Detective seeking justice, pursue a psychotic murderer to Moscow. When the Detective is wounded and the Diplomat is arrested, they are assigned to be deported... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mara A (kr) wrote: At his 24 years, Xavier Dolan knows perfectly well how to make his way through our Self. During the three hours it lasts, tears came by, just as laughs. A bit hopeless at times, heartbreaking and aching, but specially beautiful. Magnificent cast, magnificent photography, magnificent development. Brilliant.

christina c (es) wrote: I so love this movie! i cryed at the end.just seems so true to believe and she c ouldnt remember and towards the nd of the movie she finaly did and thats what made me cry and allso the past away during thier sleep.Thas true love!

Jeff Y (nl) wrote: What's not to like? The same great cast, and even better story and MORE Penguins! Just as good as the original (maybe a touch better).

Jessica H (es) wrote: You get less than you expect.

Sylvester K (ru) wrote: It doesn't make any sense at all, slightly funny, but weird. Easily Forgettable.

Lisa S (it) wrote: Yeah it's a pretty crazy movie, and kinda bad, but it made me laugh and I had fun watching it.

RA L (es) wrote: PAN AND SCAN. No est mal... De hecho, es buena, pero su impacto tiene que haber sido mucho mayor en los 70, antes de que proliferaran las pelculas y series policiales. / It's not bad... In fact, it's good, but its impact must have been much greater in the 70s, before cop movies and series began to proliferate.

Sidharth S (it) wrote: Thoroughly entertaining, stylized, and edge-of-the-seat engaging, Catch me if you can is the best Spielberg film to date, backed with praiseworthy performances from Dicaprio and Hanks.

aaron w (it) wrote: the best die hard besides the original

ZACHO D (nl) wrote: VIFF Review: "Nina Forever" has a great premise that is executed fairly well with some stumbles here and there. It's far longer than it needs to be and it becomes a bit repetitive and overdone in the second half, but it is also quite funny, quite relatable, and quite an interesting metaphor for baggage in a film. With an interesting editing style, solid performances from the three leads, and a winning premise, "Nina Forever" is an enjoyable time that will have you twiddling your thumbs at parts. It's worth seeing once, but certainly not forever.