A tough Russian policeman is forced to partner up with a cocky Chicago police detective when he is sent to Chicago to apprehend a Georgian drug lord who killed his partner and fled the country.
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AD O (ru) wrote: i want a tesla and a volt and a leaf! interesting to see the exec turnarounds.
Levi G (ca) wrote: i need me some ping pong playing short shorts
Riccardo G (au) wrote: A thriller with a very original sci-fi premise that manages to raise some interesting questions about the world around us.The only problem I have is that it takes a little too long for the plot to kick in.
Eric H (ag) wrote: this movie is what it is,a movie.a little bit of fact exploited by the publics infactuation of what they want to believe about cosa nostra. hollywood entertaianment is what we saw. fantastic acting by all. great movie making.not an historical anthem. more like the dick tracy of mob films. if you exp...read moreect this you wont be dissapointed.I loved it.
Bill T (it) wrote: Goofy, badly directed but alrightly acted movie here. There's about 4 different stories happening here, and they're all moderately interesting. The main problem with this movie is a) It just seems to long b) the reason for that is is because of it's story structure, there's no real build up to anything, events just HAPPEN, and it's sometimes jolting, and it leads to the next part of the story. It's clumsy story telling, and really doesn't go anywhere. Favorite part of course, Ron Reagan waking up screaming "Where's The Rest Of Me?" I think the movie should have screamed that too ;)
Steve J (au) wrote: Fairly run-of-the-mill ghost story elevated by some atmospheric direction by Peter Medak and a strong, understated turn from George C. Scott in the lead role. Scott plays a musician-composer who flees New England after a tragic accident claims the lives of his wife and daughter. He ends up in Washington state with a teaching post. He stays in an old house rented from the local historical society. Gradually he comes to realize that he isn't alone in the house, and that there is a certain force from beyond trying to get his attention. Trish Van Devere (Scott's real-life spouse) is on hand as a worker from the historical society who tries to help him solve the mystery, while Melvyn Douglas appears in a pivotal supporting role as an aging politician with some skeletons in his closet. Overall it's a well-made and entertaining entry in the horror genre, but true-blue horror fans shouldn't expect much out of it. This is one of those films that seems almost ashamed of its affiliation with the genre.
Pablo G (br) wrote: 4.1/5Midnight in Paris is undoubtly a very special experience like any Woody Allen film which suffers the irony of being not as amazing as it might just possibly due to the irony it proudly presents as its biggest selling point.
Alex W (gb) wrote: I watched each separately, because i believe that's how the director wanted this to be seen. As a film fan its an intriguing experiment. It already gets bonus points for originality. While multiple perspectives on the same event has been done before (rashomon) its usually contained in the same movie. Watching the perspectives separate make me feel like i was watching the perspective of to separate people and not seeing it all from the perspective of the audience. Aside from that everything is great, acting and story and some great scenes. Chastain and McAvoy are always great and Bill Hader deserves a shout out.
Anton H (de) wrote: Probably one of the most cheeziest productions in a long while. There's so many theoretical and practical flaws in this movie that I lost count after roughly twenty minutes. I've seen people roll down hills with a delicate objects with not even a scratch on them and.. I don't know, it's just rotten to the basket.