Running Wild

Running Wild

A grissled cop with tendencies towards excessive force teams up with an ambitious and righteous prosecutor to track down a dangerous crime boss whom they both want desperately to catch. But their quarry resorts to devious methods to stall their investigation and eventually turn them against each other. Now the stage is set for a dangerous triangle.

A grissled cop with tendencies towards excessive force teams up with an ambitious and righteous prosecutor to track down a dangerous crime boss whom they both want desperately to catch. But their quarry resorts to devious methods to stall their investigation and eventually turn them against each other. Now the stage is set for a dangerous triangle. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Vinnie C (jp) wrote: With over the top violence & sexuality and a lead character, plot and visuals this fun, Bayonetta has no business being boring, but pacing issues plague it and kill any momentum it manages to build at every turn. Bloody Fate is basically recommendable with reservations, if for no other reason to take in Bayonetta herself, but (as this adapts the story of the first game), you would be better off picking it up on the PS3, Xbox 360 or Wii U and enjoying it that way instead.

Pat M (br) wrote: gets your complete attention-non boring and pleasingly watchable.seen much worse,but ending could've been more complete-too quick with unanswered details to what happened to the investigation after the final takedown.subpar closure for sure-still a decent flick.

Brian B (gb) wrote: Pretty awful. I did laugh once, though.

Nick O (de) wrote: Just such a...mesmerizing movie, with Steven Soderbergh -- quite the minimalist himself -- providing no subtext, no narration, no epilogue or outside talking heads. "And Everything Is Going Fine" is a movie constructed in a way so as to have Spalding Gray describe his life in his own words via archival monologues, a la "Stories We Tell" only they aren't recreations (the only thing I think that prevents the latter from being absolutely perfect.)I feel like I'm tripping on my writing after hearing shear talk for ninety minutes. That's because "Everything" is a verbal journey. It's also all MOVIE, and quietly sorta perfect. It brings you to tears without manipulation. I'd call it Soderbergh's best ever but my hesitation is in that...well, it feels strange to call it HIS movie when. You know. Whatevs. Let it be. Just see it.

Deena D (gb) wrote: Although I saw the movie from the middle of it but I really liked the idea. Very spiritual :)

Colin D (fr) wrote: I enjoyed the movie, Susie always great, Victoria Thane fantastic, loved her use of the old Pentax film camera as part of her search into the past. Better than most box office hits. Location Robe SA great.

Buddy A (au) wrote: I used to watch this movie all the time and I watched it again recently--it's not as good as I remember it being.

Eric N (de) wrote: great flick. 50% romantic comedy, 50% insane kungfu comedy. 100% entertaining. love every minute of it.

Kyle F (kr) wrote: Originally released in 1988 as Frat Fright.

Sue B (au) wrote: Alan Rickman in an unlikely role as a ghost that returns to help his bereaved girlfriend get over his death.

bill s (us) wrote: This is on par(almost) as far as the charm factor goes and that makes it a worthy watch sequel.

John A (ag) wrote: Fun Cop Movie Starring The Duke. This Film May Be A Cheap Imitation Of Clint Eastwood's Coogan's Bluff, But Delivers On The Entertainment Level. This UK Set Thriller See's Irish-American Cop Jim Brannigan (Wayne), Come To London To Catch Criminal Ben Larkin (John Vernon). When Larkin Is Kidnapped It's Up To Brannigan To Team Up With Cmdr. Sir Charles Swann Of Scotland Yard (Richard Attenborough) To Solve The Case. A Delightfully Entertaining Offbeat John Wayne Viechle, Which Pits American Tactics Against British Tactics In This Gritty Crime Drama Highlighted With Some Clever Dialogue & Some Of Pretty Decent Action Sequences Filmed In London.

Ed B (us) wrote: This was a POWERFUL film - we have this in a collection of "Platinum Collector Series", and it's gripping. If you can find it, RENT it. Very powerful even today.

Private U (au) wrote: You wanna talk about a classic story with some solid acting talent.

Kathleen W (de) wrote: Heavy themes aye. There's some gay stuff but we're mostly dealing with death and language / cultural barriers. It doesn't offer any easy solutions, and that's a good thing.

Spencer S (de) wrote: So...I found out that this film exists; for some reason. It's not why the film actually exists that bugs me, because it works well as an educational tool for the general public, and shows us what happens at the Disney animation studios. No, what remains baffling is why they chose to make the film in this way. It could have been a quick documentary, but instead they decided to slap together a mlange of several different shorts, live-action footage, and a weird ending that supposedly remains the eponymous start to the film. It's just an odd kind of gem that Disney can still look to now that their projects are becoming less innocent over time. The film starts with radio personality Robert Benchley and his wife discussing a book their nephew wrote, which she wants to be made into an animated short. Benchley doesn't want to, but is forced into taking a meeting with Walt Disney himself. While being rallied around the studio by a Nazi youth looking assistant, Benchley slips away and explores the studio himself. We get to see different frames being put together to make a film, much like a flip book, sound effects for a short about a train, the coloring for another with Daffy Duck, (which includes voice actor Clarence Nash in all his splendor) and another short with Goofy. Benchley is always in wonder when he sees something new, and though most of the technology is dumbed down for the audience, and the environment is definitely more family friendly than in reality, it was nice to see these forties' staples onscreen. The ending contains the short, which was made while Benchley was supposedly wandering around the studio for forty minutes. The short itself is horrible. The dragon is an effeminate stereotype of a fop, who doesn't want to fight, yet pretends to with a knight so the knight can seem powerful, and all the villagers will think the dragon is tamed. Nothing entertaining about it, and the insensitivity exhibited by Disney yet again was not appreciated. Otherwise it's a cute little movie about the wonders of animation, which even kids nowadays can watch with a sense of wonder.