The film centers on Dr. Marcus, a renowned psychiatrist who has selected 6 severe mentally ill and dangerous patients from the Spring Valley Mental Hospital to interview as part of research for his new book. As Dr. Marcus interviews each patient, one by one the horrors they have committed begin to unfold. However, Dr. Marcus soon learns that there is one patient who ties them all together - Patient Seven.
Writer:Paul Davis (segment), Sam Dickson (segment), Richard Falkner (segment), Paul Fischer (segment), Omar Orn Hauksson (segment), Jacey Heldrich (segment), Dean Hewison (segment), Barry Jay (wraparound story: Patient Seven), Brian McAuley (segment), Joel Morgan (segment), Johannes Persson (segment), Nicholas Peterson (segment), David Steenhoek (segment), Aidee Walker (segment), Rasmus Wassberg (segment)
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Chris E (kr) wrote: It's a guilty pleasure bar none, but a clearer outline and more fun than Man Of Steel.
Andrea E (de) wrote: Good action movie for kids....used to be my favorite when I was little. Totally unrealistic, but still a fun action movie for young people.
Joey E (fr) wrote: The indie, mumblecore, hipster version of "Hall Pass"
Daniel M (kr) wrote: Very bizarre roles for Michael Douglas and Matt Damon, yet they pull it off surprisingly well. Dan Aykroyd and Rob Lowe are also a nice touch. Worth a watch, but not a film I'd watch twice.
Johnny N (gb) wrote: reminds me of an era once gone.
Cameron J (ru) wrote: Nailed subtle emotion, balanced heavy emotion and commitment to the gay element in a single role? Forget it, Woody Harrelson is officially on my favorite actors list. Now that that's over with, the film features compellingness, solid performances and fine dialogue. However, the lack of development, slowness and thrown-together storyline leave "The Walker" to be nothing too special of a film. Still, it's gonna have that special place in my heart for getting Harrelson on my favorite actor's list. "Special place in my heart"? Sounds like Harrelson's gayness in the film has some competition.
Zac H (br) wrote: Bresson finds his perfect muse in a donkey in this film that shows us how the camera can force us to sympathize with any character it chooses.
Scott C (ru) wrote: Makes a good companion piece to other Errol Flynn WW II movies - 'Edge of Darkness' and 'Desperate Journey'. This one has the least action - it's more of a drama. Flynn was an underrated actor, for sure.
Monty M (es) wrote: Four Christmases too many !?!
Pavan R (kr) wrote: Bronson with his understated class is superb and carries the movie through...an entertaining watch overall!!
Kevin D (ru) wrote: Justin Trefgarne has his first cinematic debut with the crowdfunded Narcopolis; a sci-fi drama about a future where drugs have been not only legalized, but are being pushed by corporate backers as being a safe alternative to street narcotics.There were several things I really liked about this film, despite being what most people would consider a low budget type of film. First, as a science fiction, it brings a very unique idea to the audience. Although the majority of the film is in the detective style of neo-noir films, the concept is a solid one. Imagine a future, where the majority of citizens are not only using, but encouraged to do so though advertising and product guarantees. Narcotics are available in every society I can think of, but very few of them have been privatized outside of the prescription drug market. There is some decent acting, and I was particularly impressed by Eliot Cowan's portrayal as the protagonist Frank Grieves; who portrayed a massive and daunting man, battling his own demons, while progressing through a series of bizarre events.The things that most people will notice are the poorly written plot twists, and dialogue. Some of the twists that are meant to shock the audience fall quite flat during this film, or are revealed at the wrong times. Perhaps due to poor direction or writing execution, it's hard to say, but there are several scenes that make little to no sense in the overall plot. A few of the actors are new, and you can tell in the way they exchange dialogue. Yet if you can look past these scene errors and look at the overall film, I think you'll be quite pleased at the end result. I encourage more films from Justin Trefgarn and hope he keeps to the same genre. I especially enjoyed the opening of the film, which set quite a pace that I wished that the rest of the movie kept up to.Needless to say, it's a very technically sound Sci-Fiction / Drama, but most viewers will hold it to perhaps too high a standard. An excellent first entry along the lines of 'Equilibrium' (2002).2.5/5
J K (de) wrote: This isn't a T&A film. This is a T film. Adrienne Barbeau and Shannon Tweed in the same film???? I bet Bill Maher was in breast heaven.