Three struggling room-mates unknowingly become potential prey of a ruthless gangster

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Steve S (jp) wrote: Les Enqutes du Dpartement V - Misricorde : un polar la sauce nordique, bien diffrent des mises en scne hollywoodiennes. Plutt russi grce son ambiance soigne.

Janelle n (es) wrote: I liked this movie because it felt like a real movie.... It was an honest look at relationships through the beauty and ugliness and it didnt paint over anything. Worth a watch definitely.... Got to see a few good kiwi actors which was great as well :o)

Heather M (kr) wrote: McHattie was good in this movie. There is a nice twist here on the usual zombie story, unfortunately, it felt incomplete. I definitely needed more explanation or closure about the events that took place here.

Justin B (jp) wrote: Shockingly more ambitious than the film it's ripped off of but Asylum's typical Z grade execution means 90 minutes of nonsensical, no-budget crap.

Zack B (br) wrote: The movie is high-handed and has a simplistic didactic aim, but I have to admit that Vin Diesel's performance was magnetizing, and that from this film I have gained a new respect for him.

Naische F (it) wrote: Good performances and dialogue from the actors. This one deals with the issues of those who have left the regions where they were raised and those who aim to preserve those places from an onslaught of superficial development. Good multiple stories that unfortunately do not really connect with one another. Good light-hearted approach by director John Sayles where the characters are more human faced with decisions and choices.

Stuart K (nl) wrote: Directed by Peter Hyams, (Capricorn One (1978), Outland (1981) and The Star Chamber (1983), written by Mark Verheiden (The Mask (1994) and My Name is Bruce (2009)) and produced by Sam Raimi. This was based on the Dark Horse Comic from 1992 created by Verheiden and Mike Richardson. It's a very cheesy action film, but it has a violent streak, even if it's lifted the plot strands from the Terminator films. In 2004, time travel has been invented, and Max Walker (Jean-Claude Van Damme) works as an agent for the Time Enforcement Commission (TEC), where agents go back in time to prevent crimes occurring that could change the future. After preventing former partner Atwood (Jason Schombing) from changing the Wall Street Crash of 1929, Atwood claims he's working for corrupt Senator Aaron McComb (Ron Silver), who is wanting to shut down the TEC. But when Atwood is able to go back to 1994 to change the future in his favour, Walker goes back to put a stop to it, but he also uses it to prevent his wife Melissa (Mia Sara) from a tragic fate. It is a very silly film, and parts of it feel like left-overs from Total Recall (1990), however it could have done with a better script, as the time travelling in this film causes a multitude of plot holes. But, it doesn't seem to matter in the end, it's just a bit of cheesy 90's action/sci-fi hokum, that's all.

Marian N (nl) wrote: Real life can be stranger than fiction! Jeremy Irons' performance is truly hypnotic in this awesome flick! M Butterfly is shrouded in the mystic atmosphere of the Orient tackling the clash of civilizations, the white's man burden, a steamy love affair that gone sour and finally a jaw-dropping twist!

Timothy P (ag) wrote: Some very memorable scenes surrounded by very morbid humor.

Matthew V (gb) wrote: A hard-hitting action film, Seagal proves that once again he can carry his own in an action film. There is also great chemistry between Seagal and the leading lady Kelly LeBrock. Filled with plenty of action, "Hard to Kill" is a great hit in Seagal's resume. However, there are several problems with the film overall. The storyline is unoriginal with no twists or turns. The dialogue is so-so, with a little bit of cheese here and there. The film itself doesn't truly stand out from any of the other countless 80's and 90's action films, but it is one of Segal's best films. There is almost no heart or feeling in the film. You have to look hard to find even the fainest trace of feeling. This is what is keeping the film from being an incredible action film. It is still a great film to watch and really backs the saying "Don't wound what you can't kill or keep dead".

Greg W (kr) wrote: a knock off of 'around the world in 80 days' mixed with 'voyage to the bottom of the sea'

John S (ru) wrote: An interesting but somewhat confusing story of the Spanish Civil War. Norma, a Russian Spy, is on a mission to support Stalin's pincer move to surround Europe in the late 1930s. She sees the resulting horrors and joins Fonda in the Nationalist effort to resist. Fonda's final cry for the world's help presaged events in Europe but, tragically, did nothing for China who suffered 50 to 80 million murders upon Communist conquest.

Barbara C (au) wrote: Such a silly story but so much fun. Hepburn shows the beginning of her amazing talent here. Rest of the cast is great too. Am I the only one who thinks that Kristen Stewart looks a lot like a young Katherine Hepburn? Maybe its just me.

John M (ag) wrote: The premise is fine. But, the movie goes on for too much time! Even at 101 minutes, the movie could've done with some tightening. The crooks pull off two major heists after the opening action sequence, when one extra would've done it.Wesley Snipes is good here, as is the rest of the cast. John Badham's direction is serviceable, as usual. But, the writing, which took a lot of screenwriters!, needed the trimming. Hans Zimmer does a good job with the film score, although this score two years later for John Woo's "Broken Arrow" sounds fairly similar.By the end, I was losing interest, when I should have had the most.

Galvy F (jp) wrote: 1. Making comparisons can spoil your happiness.2. A lot of people thing happiness is being rich or important.3. Many people see happiness only in their future.4. Happiness could be the freedom to love more than one woman at the same time.5. Sometimes happiness is not knowing the whole story.6. Avoiding unhappiness is not the road to happiness.7. Does the person you're with bring you predominately A): Up or B): Down?8. Happiness is answering your calling.9. Happiness is being loved for who you are.10. Sweet Potato Stew!11. Fear is an impediment to happiness.12. Happiness is feeling completely alive.13. Happiness is knowing how to celebrate.14. Listening is loving.15. Nostalgia is not what it used to be.

Bryn D (nl) wrote: O.V.R 7/10...slow start but picks up in the second half

Keith C (es) wrote: Not one minute is wasted in this Verhoeven mish-mash of smart and dumb.