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Spy School is the story of a twelve year old boy known for telling tall tales who overhears a plot to kidnap the President's daughter. When he goes public with his story, no one believes him, and he is forced to save her on his own.
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Simon M (de) wrote: A funny and touching portrait of the fraternal rivalry between a successful Indy rock singer and his wastrel brother.
Robert H (ca) wrote: Seagal's best days are now far behind him, but he's made a niche for himself in the DTV market. FORCE OF EXECUTION, while not one of the better movies he's made, is at least watchable and has some good action to boot. This time around, Seagal is Alexander, a crime boss with a past in government special ops. He runs a southwestern town with an iron fist, to be sure, but backed up with a code of honor. Martial artist Bren Foster plays Hurst, Alexander's chief hitman and a protege of sorts. They are joined in the cast by Ving Rhames, an up-and-coming black gangster and Danny Trejo as a bar owner with a few tricks up his sleeve. The event that sets the plot in motion is a hit that goes bad, resulting in Hurst's "retirement," and the severe injury of his hands. Meanwhile, Iceman (Rhames) maneuvers around Alexander in order to take control of his territory, climaxing in a showdown between the two gangs. First, the good parts. Seagal is playing a type of character that he doesn't usually play, an antihero of sorts in a movie populated solely with lowlifes. There is also some decent martial arts on display, but mostly from Bren Foster. Seagal is relegated to doing his usual chops and takedowns when he isn't just using firearms. Finally, Ving Rhames gives the best performance in the movie as Iceman, lending credibility to his role as a gangster and delivering some great improvised dialogue. The rest is mediocre at best. The basic plot is paper thin, and not enough time is spent developing the three main characters. Most of the dialogue scenes are corny discussions about honor and respect, tough talking without any purpose other than to make the characters seem tougher. As far as the technical aspects go, director Keoni Waxman opts for the currently in-vogue shaky-cam, and some of the editing choices obscure the action. While this was most likely to conceal stunt doubles in some shots, it makes the action hard to follow in places, especially with Seagal. Fortunately for Bren Foster, they pulled back the camera a little bit so you can see him work.
Ben S (nl) wrote: Terrible. Story was shit, acting by some was atrocious. If I never see Oliver Williams again it will be too soon.
Joseph H (kr) wrote: Doesn't seem interesting.
Jimmy J (kr) wrote: It's a pretty good movie. A bit like "the Fast and the Furious" but with a lot more humor!
Seth C (ru) wrote: How. The. Fuck. Did. This. Ever. Get. Made. So bad it's almost surreal, it's hard to imagine anyone seeing this without experiencing some sort of physiological reaction (nausea, headache, spontaneous combustion). I'm the last person to say that art (though I ought to surround "art" with quotations marks in reference to this "film) owes ANYTHING to society, but this is the most artistically and - for lack of a word that denotes anything real - MORALLY bankrupt movie I've ever seen. Everyone who sees this will be dumber and more sociopathic as a result. Unsuitable for any living being.
Alex S (mx) wrote: Reds is a very well-acted, story of Jack Reed, who tried to bring the communist party to America. Jack Nicholson and Warren Beatty do exceptionally good jobs and Reds turns out to be a very powerful movie.
Lockie M (mx) wrote: Ferris Bueller's Day Off is the defintion of a great comedy. Every actor in the film does their job perfectly, and the laughs are consistent throughout. Matthew Broderick gives a career best performance in the title role, and is very likeable! John Hughes' s screenplay is terrfic, and provides many great moments of memorable dialogue, including arguably the greatest post-credits scene in movie history. Like with The Breakfast Club (1985), Hughes has created a charming, and fun teen comedy that still holds up incredibly well today. One of my favourite films!
EpicLadySponge t (ag) wrote: The movie was nowhere from it being based on the Super Mario Bros. game for the Nintendo Entertainment System.
Trevor L (br) wrote: The only negatives about this film are the sub-titles being a bit quick (I'm not the quickest reader on the planet) and the less than interesting background section after the initial start sequence. Other than those minor issues the film is OUTSTANDING and a great experience.