Los Angeles SWAT cop Jack Traven is up against bomb expert Howard Payne, who's after major ransom money. First it's a rigged elevator in a very tall building. Then it's a rigged bus--if it slows, it will blow, bad enough any day, but a nightmare in LA traffic. And that's still not the end.
The film focuses on a young LAPD cop who tries to rescue civilians on a city bus rigged with a bomb programmed to explode if the bus slows down below 50 mph or if civilians try to escape. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(it) wrote: interesen film... malku komicen pogled na Vatikan i izborot na Papa... ne e loso da se pogledne
(ca) wrote: Quirky and humorous but also self-important philosophical anthology starring three very capable actors doing their best to save a sinking ship. Think What the Bleep Do We Know trying to be a light-hearted David Lynch romp. That's right; it doesn't work.
(fr) wrote: Sean Penn writes and directs the ambitious 'Into the Wild' but despite beautiful, it bites off more than it can chew. I know that for this to make money and have a wider release it needed some cameos from stars, but a few just seemed out of place and forced. Our lead, Emile Hirsch just didn't do it for me. He tries, but I wasn't buying him. My favorite part of the movie was the scenes with Hal Holbrook. There was something special about those few minutes. Overall there were not enough of those moments. Catch it on cable, but DVR it.
(kr) wrote: A usual small animated feature for young viewers as this is a good, friendly war film that Disney offered as a bonus to their library. (B)(Full review coming soon - with better wording probably)
(ag) wrote: It's not a "movie," per se... more like a... um... a videographic... thingamabob.
(au) wrote: There were a few of these movies that year, so hard to recall which was better than which...
(gb) wrote: Well acted and filmed movie. It's not just about racial issues, but also about the institutionalized acceptance of mediocrity, incompetence, ignorance, and an entrenched, bureacratic defense of the status quo. As a government employee in the south, this film resonated with my own work-place experiences.
(ag) wrote: When Godfrey Cambridge died we lost a great talent. Yes, the make up isn't very good and it's amateurishly made but it's still very funny and very smart.
(de) wrote: Jeanne Moreau at her silkiest, most beautiful best.
(it) wrote: My brief opinion is that this well made film by Pascal Laugier showed he has the ability, as a director, to deliver the unquenchable. Anyone who actually 'enjoyed' this film should see a therapist. But those few, like myself, who watched it and questioned how anyone could vindicate the brutal torture of a young woman can appreciate the skill in the film making present. I will never watch this film again but I will watch out for Pascal's next film, which will hopefully be as bloody but more watchable.