Red Dragon

Red Dragon

Former FBI Agent Will Graham, who was once almost killed by the savage Hannibal 'The Cannibal' Lecter, now has no choice but to face him again, as it seems Lecter is the only one who can help Graham track down a new serial killer.

Ex-FBI agent Will Graham (Edward Norton) is an expert investigator who quit the Bureau after almost losing his life in the process of capturing a mysterious serial killer. Years later, after a series of particularly grisly murders, Graham reluctantly agrees to help track down the killer, "The Tooth Fairy"; aiding him is imprisoned criminal genius Hannibal "The Cannibal" Lecter. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jackie M (es) wrote: The fact that it's a true story makes it difficult to dispute the reality of the story. Reading a bit about medics in World War 2 shows that medics weren't required to carry weapons so it's curious that it came down to a Court Marshall proceeding for the other soldiers to leave him be and get on with the job. That said, it really is a remarkable story.

Kelly P (kr) wrote: How did this happen in America? How many others? Tragically Epic.

Cheryl B (jp) wrote: what happen to the son, the young man?

Daniel L (jp) wrote: An original, dark, and funny film, Defendor is worth watching because of the scene stealing performance from Woody Harrelson as the title character.

Donald M (de) wrote: They really should of named this movie "House of Horror Movie Cliches". I think the director had a fear of making a decent movie. The biggest highlight of this flick is Jared Padelecki and he is in it for 3 seconds and has zero lines. This movie is horrible, and the filmmakers should take that as a compliment. BAZINGA x 1000!

Cody B (mx) wrote: Barely remember it, but it clearly wasn't as good as the movie I keep mistaking for this one

Naoya K (ca) wrote: I really don't understand why Suzhou River is so highly acclaimed, but this isn't. This is at least as good as it. I admit that editing - trying to be stylish by putting events chronologically out of order - is kinda messed up, but still, images and performances are very powerful and engaging. The biggest problem of the films is that the director gets little bit too showy - especially the last sequence (not the archival footage of Japanese army invading China, right before that).

Ted M (au) wrote: I caught this flick today on the History channel. Three words sum up this waste of airtime: lame, lame, lame. Unlike the U-boat on which it is filmed, this movie sinks fast; it should be fed to the fishes, a suitable fate for the tripe that it is.

Adam F (ag) wrote: I've not seen a Bollywood film of this size and proportion yet. I have never been this immersed in a Bollywood film. Don't let the film's runtime intimidate you. The film flies by very quickly when you're fully invested. But I think the epic sound of drums during the opening credits can get you interested almost immediately.It's a must see for everybody! And if you're new to watching Bollywood/Hindi films, I'd recommend watching Lagaan first.

Brian P (de) wrote: Classic funny camp film! Your ring leader is mr Lloyd himself! It will make u LOL !

Jason R (us) wrote: Apparently, I missed my chance to really enjoy this film the way it's supposed to be seen: in a high school biology class. I might be a touch too old to guffaw at this film's innocent awkwardness. Most of the film's laughs, I suspect, come from its motley crew of interview subjects. It was hard to find anything funny, though, about an interview with a man whose relatively severe stuttering problem never occurred to the filmmakers as something they should work around. The money shot, here, so to speak, is clearly the rather clinical footage of a cane toad eating a live mouse. That image will haunt my dreams for years to come. But the interview with a young girl and her pet cane toad, named Dairy Queen, has its own bizarre charm, as well. If you're watching the DVD, don't miss the chance to see the excellent short film, "Signing Off." It bears no relationship whatsoever to the documentary, but it's perfectly amusing.

Deb S (au) wrote: Suggested by solesoulsorrow....

Landon M (it) wrote: Awful and boring, do I really need to say more?