Luc Merenda gives the performance of his career as a highly regarded police detective who is taking syndicate money in exchange for departmental favors. His father, a simple man, also works for the department but on a lower rung; he isn't jealous of his son, but rather proud of him, little knowing that he's a crooked cop. A series of events leads the young detective to ask his father for a favor (he wants a certain police report that is desired by the syndicate) and it doesn't take long for the detective's father to realize his son is on the take... which leads to numerous complications.
Writer:Fernando Di Leo (screenplay), Sergio Donati (story)
A police lieutenant on the take is ordered by the mob to destroy an incriminating report, which the lieutenant's proud father knows about. When the father and girlfriend are murdered, the police officer sets out for revenge. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Matthew D (es) wrote: It treads familiar territory as the billionth coming-of-age story with a mediocre script , yet Jordana Beatty's "supermegatotallythrilladelic"(as the titular character states) performance keeps the unoriginal and rather bland script seem almost half-okay.
Queen B (ag) wrote: OK but the story could of been bit better actually a lot :]
Christopher M (nl) wrote: An interesting movie about the Catholic church and the Nazi regiem. The main character is a member of the SS who is personally involved with killing Jews. Don't worry though, he is a good guy. Great acting all around. Interesting subject. And great film-making.
Konrad A (it) wrote: You can't go wrong with Adam Sandler he is the man! He makes good movies! It's a funny movie.
Leslie C (br) wrote: What is fantasy and what is real???
Arthur V (us) wrote: If I have to explain to you why this movie is awesome, you lack the understanding of what makes a film 'cool'.
Ben C (it) wrote: A bit of a cash grab if you ask me.
Satwant P (au) wrote: A simple yet very funny movie!
Remi R (gb) wrote: The AnalysisThe thing that makes this horror film different than any other is the terrible acting and horrible effects. This doesn?t mean it was a bad film though, the terrible acting made it fun to watch and the special effects made you laugh. This movie starts out with William Shatner staring as an animal doctor that has trouble finding the reason the town animals are dying. The movie is so stupid and cheesy, you almost enjoy watching it. The airplane scene really humored me due to the man doing everything possible NOT to get the spiders off. I do have to give it to the costume department for the well-designed outfits. This is one of the few good parts of this film. They did a good job keeping the whole ?horror? part of the movie descent by still having a creepy dead person in every other scene. Coming from a teenager that is use to watching 21st century movies, I do give this movie two thumbs up. Even though this movie was a complete joke, you should take in consideration of the budget the director had to work with.
omar m (ag) wrote: just like lifes twists and turns, its a race to the finish
Alex r (ca) wrote: Cleanskin is an interesting action thriller with some pretty good performances from its cast, and is aided with an engaging storyline and good direction. Cleanskin works well enough to keep you involved in the story, but at times, it does falter and you can see that there aspects of the story that could have been improved upon. Nonetheless, if you're looking for a good action thriller, this one delivers something quite worthwhile for viewers that enjoy the genre, and there are some pretty good performances here as well. Sean Bean delivers yet again a solid performance, and he more than makes up for the film's shortcomings. Like, I said, the film is pretty good for what it tries to accomplish. However, I do that at times, the film's script could have been rewritten a bit to really make the ideas stand out. Cleanskin is a good film, but it does fall short of what it could have been. I felt that some of the ideas could have been better structured in order to make for an even more solid genre film. Nonetheless, there are enough effective elements at work to make this an engaging and worthy viewing experience. I liked the film, even if it fell short at times. Luckily the cast more than made up for the film's lack in truly engaging storytelling. The film has a good story, but like I said, it could have been better. The film is engaging for the post part, but you're left wanting more as well, therefore it's never really that memorable either. Cleanskin has some engaging moments, but it suffers from a script that seems a bit rushed, and disjointed. Despite this, it still is an entertaining film, and if you enjoy the genre, it's worth seeing. However, you'll probably walk away from this one wanting a bit as well.
Eric H (it) wrote: Wilder and Pryor play a deaf man and a blind man respectively who witness a murder. Though the police are not interested in their testimony, the perpetrators of the crime are, and come after them to kill them. There are moments that are funny, but really, the chemistry between Wilder and Pryor is all that carries this film that is somewhat offensive to the deaf and blind in this country. A film that suffers from a climate with a bit more political correctness.
Kurt F (it) wrote: 1/4/14 Thanks a lot critics for giving this film such a high rating and making me waste 2 hours of my life. The film is just plain boring. I think the acting is bad too. I call Peter Fonda's acting in this film, "clint Eastwood" style. Completely monotone and stoic. I could do this kind of acting because all you have to do is show no emotion. Very little happens in the film and I kept wondering why I was watching it. I thought there might be something at the end, but not really. The last half hour is the best, and that is the only reason why I didn't give it zero stars.