The film is set in the end-times, when the earth has been taken over, and the mark of the Beast - an implant in the right hand or forehead - is being imposed upon the global population. Those who take the mark become part of 'The Community'; those who refuse to bear the mark are imprisoned and, after three weeks, beheaded. Two non-Christian renegades steal a car for a friend who has also refused to bear the mark. They find out when they arrive at his place that he has chosen to mark it, and "feels so much happier". The renegade two are caught by police, and taken to prison. Tom Newman, a smuggler, is also captured by a police unit, led by his ex-wife, who has taken the mark. He is tortured until he agrees to infiltrate a Christian group in prison in order to kill Elijah Cohen, a Christian leader who remains at large. Tom and the other two renegades meet in prison, and try to escape.
Writer:Kevin Downes, Chipper Lowell, David A.R. White
In the not-too-distant future, a brutal dictator rules over the planet. Using high-tech surveillance from satellites through a sophisticated chip implant, the Community Police Force infiltrates every facet of human existence. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
ashley h (ag) wrote: I loved every bit of this movie!
Yvonne W (jp) wrote: So very bad. Not even amusingly so. Just dull, poorly acted, poorly written and not worth wasting your time to watch
Bryan C (us) wrote: A raw look into the reality of young love gone stale. Dax Shepard shines in one of his first dramatic roles. Sure there is no budget. Sure it moves slow at times. But what do you expect from a ultra-low budget romantic dramedy.
Darren R (jp) wrote: Jean Reno. There, you should know whether or not you'll like it based on that.
Kevin R (ag) wrote: What goes around comes around A police officer has been banished from the police force due to the criminal history of his brother. As he is about to be kicked off the force, a covert operation scoops him up in hopes of bringing down a crime lord. While the police department plants their mole, the crime boss is in the process of planting his own mole within the police force. With the two moles working against each other, a lot of men will die and the drug lord seems to be getting away with whatever he wants. "You know why I haven't messed with you yet?" "Because I'm handsome?" Andrew Lau (The Duel, Infernal Affairs I & III, and Storm Riders) and Alan Mak (Infernal Affairs I & III, A War Named Desire, and Overheard) collaborate to deliver Infernal Affairs II. The storyline for this picture was marvelously intricate and well delivered. The acting was on point and the cast includes Anthony Wong, Eric Tsang, and Edison Chen. "I'm the youngest here, so let me be the jackass." Infernal Affairs has been an outstanding series through the fist two pictures. It is hard to believe this could be better than the first picture, but this film has to be amongst the greatest sequels ever created (T2, Aliens, and Road Warrior). If you're a fan of The Departed or crime dramas, I strongly recommend seeing this picture. "Get some shark fin, a massage, two whores, and have a threesome." Grade: A
Karthik Reddy P (br) wrote: This movie showed us (indians) that y kal ho naa ho shoukd be flop for worst story of crying of sharukh khan..may be it was hit due to funny elements....even though Y one should hav to cry if he has to die soon I don't understand....This movie certainly showed how one hav to accept his death and take goodbye frm his loved ones...don't miss it though I know most of u like Iron Man type movies......
Greg W (it) wrote: vampire lesbians u bet!
Constantine S (de) wrote: Made in the most creative phase of Jean-Luc Godard's career, this sci-fi-political allegory is visually brilliant and quite riveting in its first half before the film gets too didactic in the last reel.Emanuel Levy, EmanuelLevy.Com
John P (ag) wrote: The sensational music scenes almost make up for some dodgy moments from John Garfield. Joan Crawford however, is on top form as usual.
David J (it) wrote: Equally funny, annoying, and stupid. Will Smith is pretty good as the lethal, fast-talking cop. Martin Lawrence is equally good as the mostly-competent, fast-talking cop who annoys the heck out of you. Action is crazy, but Michael Bay does it his way and that means oversaturation and questionable use of sexual themes. The car chases are too long, and when I said Lawrence's character was annoying, he gets REALLY annoying. But in the end, its merely a forgettable but generally fun action romp.
TooBeautiful N (ag) wrote: I LOVE IT!!! THIS IS MA MOVIE
Callie M (br) wrote: Great performances but I felt very uncomfortable watching.
bill s (it) wrote: Much better than European this is in parts howl out loud funny but mostly chuckle worthy.