An ex-special services veteran, down on his luck and desperate for work, takes a job as a security guard at a run-down mall in a rough area of town. On his first night on the job, he opens the door to a distraught and desperate young girl who has fled the hijacking of a Police motorcade that was transporting her to testify as a witness in a trial. Hot on her heels is the psychopathic hijacker and his team of henchmen, who will stop at nothing to extract and eliminate the witness.
An ex-special services veteran (Antonio Banderas), down on his luck and desperate for work, takes a job as a security guard at a run-down mall in a rough area of town. On his first night on the job, he opens the doors up to a distraught and desperate young girl who has escaped and fled from a hijacking of the Police motorcade that was transporting her to testify as a trial witness in a briefcase. Hot on her heels is psychopathic hijacker (Ben Kingsley), alongside his resourceful henchmen, who will stop at nothing to extract and eliminate their witness. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(us) wrote: Rather strange little film about a writer who uses his dreams to help him tell the tale of a murdered girl. I didn't love it, but I didn't not like it, either. It was beautiful to look at, that's for sure, the dream sequences were absolutely surreal. But in the end, it suffered from being just a little too self indulgent which made it lag quite severely a few times during the film. 6/10, with maybe an extra .5 going to Val's hair :-p
(ag) wrote: Review:The director really tried to make a clever Ocean's Eleven type movie about a group of friends who still paintings, but I didnt know what the hell was going on half of the time. When the story comes together at the end, it is pretty cleverly put together, but for some unknown reason, it just didn't gel together that well. The characters were lacking chemistry and the movie seemed to jump right in at the deep end so you don't get any depth about the individual criminals. On the plus side, it was good to see Kurt Russell back on the big screen with Matt Dillion and Terence Stamp but the storyline needed some work. Personally I think that the whole heist aspect was achieved way to easy, even with the police on there behind from beginning to end, but its way too confusing and it could have been more witty. Average!Round-Up:Were has Kurt Russell been? The last time that I saw him on the big screen was back in 2007 in the weird Death Proof by Quentin Tarintino, we're he was driving around, killing people in his car, until he meets his match with a be bunch of girls who don't take any crap. Anyway, I've always liked his quirky acting style from the Big Trouble In Little China days but he seems to have slowed down in the latter part of his career. Terence Stamp was a weird choice by the director for the ex criminal who helps the law take down the criminals, but he brings a sense of professionalism to the film. His annoying sidekick just won't shut up throughout the movie but I enjoyed the banter with Stamp. Matt Dillion plays the money hungry brother-in-law who gets his comeuppance in the end and Jay Baruchel plays his usual whining sidekick role which I have seen him play many times before. With all these personalities in the mix, the director really didn't use this actors that well because the script is sketchy and not pieced together that well.Budget: N/AWorldwide Gross: $78,000 (Terrible!)I recommend this movie to people who are into there heist comedies about a group of criminals stealing paintings. 3/10
(gb) wrote: Don't rush to see it
(jp) wrote: suuuuuper disappointing.
(ca) wrote: Alkaa lupaavasti mutta muuttuu epuskottavaksi mit pidemmlle etenee...
(es) wrote: Decent horror movie you have to watch it more than once to really get it.
(ru) wrote: This movie was really bad but entertaining at the same time....at one point they used a clip from Red Dawn as field intel LOL
(es) wrote: This is really a great movie, with a wierd story line and a crazy ending.......a definate must see, if you can find it!!!!!!!! You won't be disappointed, I promise
(gb) wrote: The whole thing is done as if it where an ancient Greek Tragedy. While this would usually come of as pretentious or gimmicky, Allen has enough skill to make it look dignified- almost at the level of pure art.
(ca) wrote: Cute movie to watch with your family.
(ca) wrote: Trashy, exploitation horror with amateurish performances and some terrible special effects is strangely charming and with an unspecified style all of its own.
(fr) wrote: Yeah, i'd like to see this, i think!
(ca) wrote: I am usually very patient with such quality films as I know I should be, however this movie seems to drag on with the verbal back and forth for way to long, and certainly a bit beyond the point when words should have already been exchanged for swords, in my opinion. That being said this movie was a true pleasure to watch as the acting was superb, the story powerfully delivered, and the samurai way impeccably styled.
(mx) wrote: I haven't watched many movies with Frank Sinatra ... or dramas with Dean Martin. This movie had them both. It also had a young Shirley MacLaine. I tried to enjoy the movie ... but, it was too long and too slow and too mindless. Perhaps I was in the wrong mood to watch this contrived love story where man loves woman who won't admit that she loves him too ... so man marries floozy. I guess I shouldn't hold it against the movie since it was made before I was born. Oh yeah ... and the men in this film truly had a backwards view of how to treat a woman. There was a lot of manhandling of women to get kisses and such. Anyhow, I would *not* recommend this movie to my FB-friends.
(es) wrote: In a tale of nepotism gone wrong, Henry II appoints his friend Thomas Becket as Archbishop of Caterbury but isn't prepared for the consequences when Becket takes his commitment to God seriously.Richard Burton plays Becket with a reserve and subtle conscience, and from the first moment, he makes the character profoundly interesting. He's helped by a good script that makes who Becket is the focus of the first act. Peter O'Toole is hilarious and at his scenery-chewing best, playing the madcap king with the kind of gusto that made him famous, and his third act scenes reveal a humanity - a pathos - that makes his character even more interesting.Overall, despite the fine art direction, most of Becket is a character study involving the two leads, and the acting master class that is Burton and O'Toole is enough to carry this film admirably.
(au) wrote: Mesmerizingly, brilliant movie in all departments. This will resonate many years to come.
(de) wrote: Film inatteso suggerito da @Flavio Pelliconi per i suoi contenuti "Buddici".
(us) wrote: I was expecting this to be a predominantly empty apocalyptic thrill ride, a visual story told only with catastrophic explosions and floods. To my welcome surprise I found San Andreas to be all of those things except empty. Special effects were awesome, there was actually a story there, and with twists and turns that kept my heart rate up throughout...I liked it!