A policeman adopts the son of a bandit. A misunderstanding leads the officer's own biological son to believe he is the bandit's son and he takes up a secret life of crime; meanwhile, the adopted son becomes an officer of the law. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A policeman adopts the son of a bandit. A misunderstanding leads the officer's own biological son to believe he is the bandit's son and he takes up a secret life of crime; meanwhile, the adopted son becomes an officer of the law.
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Jason G (br) wrote: Another in a recent spate of movies with morons as protagonists, which I find frustrating to watch, regardless of the quality of production.
Dhaval P (de) wrote: I grew up on Transformers, and I loved the cartoon show and the full-length cartoon movie. Optimus Prime was a hero of mine alongside Superman, and as a car nut, cars that transform into robots was awesome. That's why it's so sad what Michael Bay has created with these movies. The first of the series was pretty bad, but was watchable for the sheer fun of seeing Transformers in a live action movie and watching the hot Meghan Fox prancing around in Daisy Dukes.The Age of Extinction is horribly written and follows the same script as the others. Even Bumblebee transforms yet again from an old '67 Camaro to a modern day Camaro. The story in brief is, the Autobots are being hunted by the American government, and a Decepticon mercenary. Good guys fight bad guys.I'd like to beg J.J. Abrams to reboot the entire series and taken it away from Mr. Bay. A reboot with some semblance of a clever plot/story to save such a fantastic story.
Zack K (gb) wrote: I haven't seen this in years but I do remember this truly being a hilarious movie. Joe Pesci as a wimp is just not expected and the combination of him and Danny Glover is a good one.
Mr Andrew Sly k (es) wrote: Always a Humanitarian Doctor J. Fox u Foundations u are My iconic Hero u know that my love 2u Forever and Ever!
Joey C (ag) wrote: great family film for all ages. its from the late 80s/early 90s before evil existed, so its great.
Mark S (de) wrote: A film I watched many times as a child and that holds nostalgic value for me. Rewatching it recently I realised it's not quite the masterpiece I recalled, but it's still a film I hold a lot of fondness for and one that reminds me of my childhood.
Mallory A (kr) wrote: Kim Stanley and Richard Attenborough are fantastic in this solid, gripping thriller.
HeidiMay T (ru) wrote: good open door experience into a musicians. life