Outside the Law is an American direct-to-video action film, starring Cynthia Rothrock, Seamus Dever, Jessica Stier, Jeff Wincott and Stephen Macht. It was directed by Jorge Montesi. Secret agent Julie Cosgrove is walking into her most dangerous mission yet. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Outside the Law
Secret agent Julie Cosgrove is walking into her most dangerous mission yet.
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Paul D (es) wrote: A promising start as a border protection thriller, but once it deteriorates into a subcultural gang struggle it loses its way entirely.
Desiree S (au) wrote: I love this movie and watch it all the time :-)
Matthew J (it) wrote: A halfway decent horror comedy. Its like The Office meets Friday the 13th. But mediocre.
Juliano K (nl) wrote: pretty much the same
Carl W (fr) wrote: I'm ready for that trip to Istanbul...
gary t (it) wrote: well umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch.........its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie.....i think that gabriel byrne, greta scacchi, denholm elliott, bill paterson, fulton mackay, ian bannen, robbie coltrane, frederick treves, david calder play good roles/parts throughout this movie..........i think that gabriel byrne/fulton mackay/bill paterson were great throughout this movie.....i think that the director of this thriller/political thriller movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie....i think that this is a really good thriller movie 2 watch i think that this is a really powerful thriller movie 2 watch with a great cast throughout this movie n its enjoyable 2 watch
RJohn X (jp) wrote: this movie is great because there are so many PEW PEW PEW laser beams. Plus whenever anyone, and I mean anyone, gets blasted there is a full blown sparky explosion that bursts out of them. Fantastic. I mean that is when they are not just turned into a green outline or disappear or simply fall over without any sort of sfx. Munroe is amazingly gorgeous, throughout this picture. But has very little to do once the "love" interest Hasslehoff shows up. Plus she starts dressing in a bit more clothing. Boo. Weird hodge podge of a story ripped from the 1950s serial world of Flash Gordon - where the episodic pacing and scene chewing Joe Spinell who yells things like KILL THEM as he frantically points and waves. There is a magic magician who can see into the future, make waves in his hands, and has other powers played by the flat faced ex child preacher Marjoe Gortner! Christopher Plummer stares dead ahead as he recites some of the most painful and idiotic dialogue ever. Plus there is a HUGE plot hole when the bad guy orders the planet weapon he just BLEW UP deployed against the people he thought he just killed, but blowing up his weapon planet. Oh and huge spoiler - the good guys secret weapon is plowing a space city into the bad guys a'la STAR CRASH. Dumb.
John S (fr) wrote: 68%/6.8 (i know that I rated it a 70%, it's closer than 60) A fairly large majority of the humor is dated and not so much laugh-out-loud funny as it is smile-cracking funny. As a result, a majority of the conflict within the story as well feels more distressing than humorous, and it rather disturbs the experience. Despite all this, Harold Lloyd is a delight, and there are some brilliant scenes that are almost worth watching the film for, such as the cameo of Babe Ruth, the brawl with all of the old-timers, and the chase scenes. But the emphasis is on the "almost." It's not really a bad movie, if you can appreciate the humor, you'll enjoy yourself, but If you're like me, and have trouble swallowing certain brands of silent humor (i.e. non-Charlie-Chaplin), you will find the experience boring and uninteresting.