When his peaceful life is threatened by a high-tech assassin, former black-ops agent, Frank Moses reassembles his old team in a last ditch effort to survive and uncover his assailants.

When his peaceful life is threatened by a high-tech assassin, former black-ops agent Frank Moses reassembles his old team in a last ditch effort to survive and uncover his assailants. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Jodi G (au) wrote: Well acted. Gripping. Stark no holds barred realism. Mikael Persbrandt for James Bond. Makes the wonderful Tom Hiddleston's Night Manager seem tame.

Jos Carlos (jp) wrote: 'Rio' falls in comparisons as its premise is not exactly new or innovative and it's even somewhat weak compared to other animated films of the same year. But the voice acting is energetic and outstanding (with Anne Hathaway standing out), the animation is colourful and excellent, and the story is joyful and funny enough for kids to enjoy more than just once. Its music should also provide another good reason to recommend.

Private U (ca) wrote: It is unfortunate that they left so much out of this movie making a movie on the sequel virtual impossible; however, despite being a "book is better than movie" elitest by default, I really did like this movie. I thought the effects were well done. I loved Sienna Guillory as Arya and Jeremy Irons as Brom those two parts were exceptionally well casted IMO.

Mikishwatiwanitrinitaii F (it) wrote: Apparently Zhang Ziyi sings and speaks a little Japanese in this movie. Dancing as well in this operetta, she speaks mostly in Mandarin, but remains true to the wonderful plot.

Raji K (us) wrote: Despite being 30, Tripp (Matthew McConaughey) lives at home with this parents. To try and give him some motivation to move on, his parents hire Paula (Sarah Jessica Parker) to get him to fall for her so she will get motivated to move out. What she does not expect is that she will fall for him. This movie was pretty flat and shallow even for a romantic comedy. The chemistry between the characters and most of the comedic bits were quite sub-par.

Victor M (us) wrote: A dysfunctional family, a dysfunctional teenager looking for some sense for his life.Maybe the phrase from Perry resumes all: "The trick is living without answers"

Jeff J (br) wrote: A bit long and started out slow, but once the action started, it was one hell of a ride.

Rhett W (ag) wrote: Filmmaking was OK, but the source material doesn't offer much.

Mark K (jp) wrote: A very well made drama.

Tero L (fr) wrote: Jazzy! One of my favourites...

Eva J (de) wrote: Hahaha, this was on TV today. Awesomely bad.

Walter M (de) wrote: In "Providence," Ken Woodford(David Warner), a soldier, is on trial for murder. Ken claims that the man he killed wanted to be put out of his misery to spare him an excruciating death. Luckily, for him, the jury believes him. That does not make Claude Langham(Dirk Bogarde), the prosecutor, any happier in losing the case. At the same time, Claude's wife, Sonia(Ellen Burstyn) tries to befriend and then seduce Ken which fails. In response, Claude's elderly father Clive(John Gielgud), a writer, creates Helen(Elaine Stritch) for Claude, who also bears an uncanny resemblence to Clive's late wife. First the obvious. "Providence" is a weird movie. That just goes to show you what happens when Alain Resnais makes a movie in English about somebody trying to create his own fantasy world like Clive does here, with unpredictable reality constantly intruding. At first, the military dictatorship depicted in the film may seem like science fiction but the mass arrests in the soccer stadium are meant to I think reflect the then current situation in Pinochet's Chile. Overall, the movie takes place nowhere and everywhere with the only clue being that everybody reads New York Magazine. In any case, the absurdist elements do not work anywhere near as well as the average episode of Monty Python in this movie that simply goes on too long.

James F (br) wrote: the first time I was wondering how much money you can find out