Ten years ago, Kate Collins (Ashley Jones) was a different person. Literally. She was living in Chicago, working as a bartender, and going by her real name ‘Stephanie Wickers.’ That all changed when she witnessed the murder of her boss by a ruthless member of an up and coming crime syndicate named Alek Ravik (Al Sapienza). Knowing that Klebanov saw her, she faked her death, changed her name, and went into hiding in Philadelphia. When a crooked cop retires and young, eager Detective Miesen (Alain Chanoine) is chosen to head a new task force to tackle crime syndicates in Chicago, the unsolved murder case is reopened. Miesen believes that Kate/Stephanie is still alive and begins to look for her. Unfortunately, so does Alek.
Ahmed M (ag) wrote: Can't believe that something this bad could've been made, easily one of Akshay Kumar's worst movies in recent times.
William M (de) wrote: I am sure a lot of people will like this but I found it to be stressful. There is a point where being too real to life is not needed. I think I now have a headache from all of the relationship drama that made up this movie ...ugh good acting most part crap story average directing.
Matt H (gb) wrote: Beautifully filmed, right behind Dolan's Mommy in terms of beautiful photography. Goes on a little too long, but was mostly compelling. Very touching love story.
Tim M (ag) wrote: Fans of Wolf Creek, Hills Have Eyes and Wrong Turn should love this. It's essentially a mash-up of the three. Fucked up Australians, mining shafts, kidnapping, rape, cannibalism, inbreeding and desolation. If you are into this type of horror, you won't be too disappointed.
Brandon A (au) wrote: There was a lot to tap into on this subject, and at certain points the film has moments of clear insight for sure. Some of the best moments are from unexpected sources via short interview clips. That said, not all of the movie's material is as engrossing as the high points, and I feel that they moved on from many subjects just as they were getting down deep in them. And I really don't know how to feel about Jamie Kennedy; his involvement in this movie makes a lot of sense, but while I don't want to pile on, the moments of empathy the film inspires toward him are quickly squandered by watching him whine and be petty constantly. It really does seem like this is pushing us to dislike him at many points in the film, while simultaneously saying it's the harsh critics' fault for driving him to his actions.
Sonia G (es) wrote: Ce film est mauvais: les fantasmes de carottes g (C)antes flottant sur un oc (C)an laiteux sont la limite du supportable.
Alejandro S (ag) wrote: La obra maestra de Franco Zeffirelli. Esta no es una pelcula de cine, sino una miniserie para televisin, que ha sido editada de diferentes formas para ser transmitida en las programaciones de Semana Santa, pero que al final conforma una impresionante produccin de 6 horas y 11 minutos, narrando la vida de Jess, desde su nacimiento hasta su muerte y resurreccin (si ven esto como spoiler, geez! es que nunca fueron a misa). Hay actores que nacieron para hacer un papel, y ese rol, para bien o para mal, los marca para toda la vida, pero los incluyen en la historia, ya que sin duda, Robert Powell es la imagen que uno concibe en el subconsciente de como Jess debi lucir, significando una genialidad su casteo para este rol que era decisivo para el xito de la miniserie. Adems, a esta formidable produccin europea, se le suman slidos actores como Christopher Plummer, Peter Ustinov, Olivia Hussey, Anne Bancroft, James Mason, Laurence Olivier, Ian Holm, Rod Steiger, Anthony Quinn, Michael York, Claudia Cardinale, Tony Lo Bianco, James Farentino, Stacy Keach, James Earl Jones, Fernando Rey, Donald Pleasence y Ernest Borgnine como "El Centurin". Desde el punto de vista de apreciar toda la vida de Jess, sin duda, la mejor opcin que pueden llegar a ver. Altamente recomendada.
stefn birgir s (it) wrote: A guilty childhood pleasure. Very bad, but it has its moments.
Troy F (ca) wrote: Doctor Detroit is what you'd define as good 80's fun. Nothing awfully special, but good, harmless fun with Dan Akroyd balancing a life between a college professor and a up-and-coming crime boss. I'm not sure what else to say, if you like Dan Akroyd's comedy and like 80's comedies, you're sure to like this. I enjoyed it.
FilmGrinder S (kr) wrote: 96% Yeah, one of my favorite childhood films as well...I still would have blasted bigfoot though.
Mallory V (nl) wrote: okay, i get it "hit&run" but she had how many chances to call the police? what a terrible movie. anyone with half a brain wouldve called the police.
Jim F (it) wrote: A movie with high production value but cartoonish writing and directing. While Idris Elba's South African accent is better than Kevin Costner's British accent, it was unconvincing.
Matthew O (ag) wrote: Extremely focused, intense, and in no way farfetched.
Jayson L (au) wrote: It started out making the right moves. But then the moves became predictable