A small-time pool shark with dreams of the big time who has stayed out of the game for years, must go back to his old ways when his little brother gets involved with his enemy, who taught him how to play the game. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A retired pool hustler is forced to pick up the stick again when his brother starts a game he can't finish.
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Jeramie K (kr) wrote: Never Back Down 2 really does its best to make Never Back Down look like a genuinely viable film. And for all intents and purposes, it worked. The acting is bad, the plot is bad, the dialogue is horrific. The only redeeming quality are the fight scenes, and I don't even think those lived up to those of its predecessor.
Dana S (jp) wrote: terrible, terrible, awful, terrible
Axel A (fr) wrote: Le falta corazn a esta pelcula de zombis, creo que es la peor de todas las que he visto de este subgnero
Steph O (de) wrote: Worth watching if you're a David Wenham fan (he is so beyond hilarious in this movie) or if you want to see what Sam Worthington got up to before "Avatar". Great performances and scenes from both of them. It's been said before, that "Gettin' Square" sometimes feels like a lame attempt at a Guy Ritchie movie with some dialogue that is very clearly in the style of Quentin Tarantino. But I think that's a bit of a stretch. It wouldn't occur to you when watching it, but after reading reviews that make that point you might be like, "Okay I see where they're coming from... but it isn't that obvious". There are many things about "Gettin' Square" that could have been done differently, but David Wenham's performance is more than worth seeing the movie for. These 3 and a half stars are for Wenham and Worthington, for sure.
Konrad A (gb) wrote: Not all movies are good and this would be one of them
Luc L (ru) wrote: A satire about American soap operas.
Sweating Bullets (ca) wrote: A cool classic western that feels very Spaghetti like for a reason.
Steve B (ag) wrote: Je veux aller vivre en Thalande au milieu d'une tribu de sauvages! :-)
Lee M (au) wrote: Between a 6/10 and 7/10, [Toby Dammit] is marvelous: a short movie but a major one. The Vadim is as overdecorated and shrill as a drag ball, but still quite fun, and the Malle, based on one of Poe's best stories, is simply tedious. But where else can you see Peter and Jane Fonda play lovers?
Abdulmalik A (ca) wrote: Gibson keeps this movie afloat.