Picasso Trigger

Picasso Trigger

Double agent Picasso Trigger is assassinated in Paris by double-crossing bad guy Miguel Ortiz. Then Ortiz begins eliminating agents of The Agency who were involved in his brother's death. The Agency (belatedly) springs into action to stop Ortiz' heinous activities. The usual gunplay, romance, and nifty toys with bombs ensue.

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Jeremy H (fr) wrote: honestly, i loved it. it was a great time to laugh at myself and it really made me think.

Keilah H (us) wrote: i liked that it was all intense and stuff but there was a lot toward the end that made no sense whatsoever. i was watching for matsuda, but it was a decentish movie.

Felicity F (jp) wrote: 'Speak' understands the influence other people can have on our lives, good or bad, sometimes without knowing it. Although I acknowledge that 'Speak' isn't wildly known around the community because of its confronting nature, the flashbacks are well put together in terms of their level of appearance due to triggers. However it would be nice to have an extending ending seeing as it makes the common mistake of distortion when it comes to clarity and confession. Not all problems go away once a confession is made, this movie like many in its time, fails to demonstrate this. With all that being said, it continues to be entertaining and intriguing.

Graham D (ca) wrote: Watched it once, nearly fucking signed up after it.

Jacqueline W L (jp) wrote: What the difference between Truffaut and Herzong? I think, it is the difference between The Wild Child and The Enigma of Kasper Hauser. It is in the way they present a "man" that's not "educated" and "socialized" at all and how people around them treat them.It feels like Truffaut is expressing his idea of Humanism and his belief in Enlightenment through the character Itard. He believes in knowledge, the pursuit of knowledge and science. He expresses his belief in a very subtle and gentle way that makes you also believe it is good. However, is it that pure? Is it that beautiful and gentle? I still feel the slight accusation Truffaut makes when Victor is first caught and kept in the cage with leash tied on his foot. At that point of time, how you can tell a human being from an animal? Or, human beings are animals? Is education in vain? Is knowledge an illusion? What's the use of it? Is educating Victor a way Dr. Itard uses to console himself? a way to consolidate his belief?And why the poster is color lah? That's so weird! I want the black and white Victor!

Ben S (fr) wrote: Gary Cooper, who I normally don't like, is great as the conflicted protagonist, and Anthony Mann shows his usual command of widescreen composition, but Lee J. Cobb completely over the top performance almost single-handedly ruins the movie

Josas G (it) wrote: Proxima a estrenarse pinta para ser otro churro con parodias absurdas que espero por lo menos hagan reir