Gino Felino (Steven Seagal) is a Brooklyn police detective whose partner and longtime friend is shot down by rug kingpin Richie Madano in the street in front of his wife and children. As Gino is hunting Madano down, Gino discovers the motive behind Bobby's murder. This is when Gino's hunt for Madano leads to the showdown of a lifetime. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Out for Justice
Gino Felino (Steven Seagal) is an NYPD detective from Brooklyn who knows everyone and everything in his neighborhood. Killing his Partner was someone's mistake, because he's now Out For Justice.
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david o (ru) wrote: ithinkk it looks like a good movie . haven't seen it but it looks like a good movie
michael l (ca) wrote: There appears to be some level of contrivance and manipulation at play here, but the emotions feel uniquely real, and it is compulsively watchable. The personalities are all so different, but its the unavoidable commonalities that hit the hardest. A one of a kind movie.
Collin c (de) wrote: Outstanding flick till the very end!!!! It plays A lot with the minds of the viewers but it does it in a compelling and interesting, good way
Julia S (nl) wrote: This is not a new devlopment of anti-semtism outside of the US but with in the US it was shocking to me to see how much it has been on the rise since 9/11. And seriously do the research the Protocols are fake, they were written by people who were not Jewish, all the evidence is there. Its like the people who dont beleive the holocaust happened when all the evidene is there. I was shocked to know that people believed that the Jewish community knew about 9/11 when there's plenty of evidence that they didnt, and there were Jewish lives lost in the Towers. The only problem was the slanted view that is in all documentaries. I really wish Levin had done a little more diggin in the interviews with all the different religious perspectives just because I felt that alot of the times I was seeing the same interview.
Darrin C (ag) wrote: Probably rushed out too quickly to keep the Apes fresh in our minds. This installment was way off base to me and should've been omitted from the series.
Brian P (ag) wrote: In this thriller about right-wing paranoia and paranoia about right-wing paranoia, a college professor (Jeff Bridges) whose wife who worked for the FBI was killed in a sloppy raid of a right-wing group, suspects his new neighbors, played by Tim Robbins and Joan Cusack, of being right-wing terrorists. I loved the shocking, anti-Hollywood ending as it will be unsettling. Brilliant acting performance by Bridges.
Albert P (us) wrote: absolutely hilarious !!
Brandon W (jp) wrote: Technically when I was watching Cast Away, I didn't finish watching it as I was running out of time and had to go to the next movie that was also about to expire on Netflix, but I'm still doing this review as I seen this before, and when I watched it on Netflix, I only ht through two-thirds of it, so I refreshed my memory of what the film is like, which is a masterpiece that is an one man hit show here for Tom Hanks. The writing by William Broyles. Jr. is very well written, and Tom Hanks gives a wonderful performance which those two aspects right there, can make a survival movie interesting. The main character is great in this that you really want him to get out of the island and get to the city. The conversations that Tom Hank's character has with Wilson the Volleyball is pretty enjoyable to listen to even if it's crazy that he's actually talking to a volleyball. It's smart how the main character survives in the island for many years which in some moments, I wouldn't even think of doing that. It has some sad moments that are pretty effective, and the soundtrack is beautiful to listen to. Cast Away is one of the best survival films that I have seen, and it's up there with Gravity which is my absolute favorite survival film.
Anon M (de) wrote: Very bad. Bad hair, bad acting, bad story. Bad Bad Bad. Don't waste time. Watch Tv and fall asleep much better