Street Kings 2: Motor City
Ray Liotta (Goodfellas) delivers an intense, electrifying performance in this explosive follow-up to the gritty urban crime thriller Street Kings. Liotta plays Detroit detective Marty Kingston, the leader of an undercover narcotics team, whose members are being systematically murdered one by one. To solve the brutal killings, Kingston joins forces with a cocky, young homicide detective. But neither of them is prepared for the shocking corruption their investigation will uncover — stunning secrets that will set both men on a violent collision course with betrayal and vengeance.
- Category:Action, Crime, Drama, Thriller, Adventure, Costume
- Stars:Ray Liotta, Charlotte Ross, Inbar Lavi, Shawn Hatosy, Scott Norman,
- Director:Chris Fisher,
When a ruthless killer begins stalking his team, Detroit Narcotics Detective Marty Kingston teams with a hot-shot homicide detective to root out the madman before he can strike again. Just as the pair begins to unearth some concrete evidence, however, they stumble into a massive conspiracy that threatens to tip the balance of power in favor of the corrupt, dimming the last rays of hope in a once-proud city. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Street Kings 2: Motor City torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Amazing Storytelling by writer/director Rashaad Ernesto Green. A true artist at his craft. Phenomenal acting of powerful true to life characters. Bravo to all cast and crew. Perfect timing for a film of this magnitude to arrive. A must see.
(kr) wrote: The acting from some of the Hmong actors is sometimes a little off and the film has a smaller scope than what some might want from Clint Eastwood but the film is firmly anchored by his phenomenal performance and its unexpectedly sweet and humorous direction
(ru) wrote: A bit slow going and a case study in why the original author should not write the adapted screenplay, but easily better than its reputation--if only for the punchline in those final frames. It's also a little difficult to take many of the more common complaints about the film seriously. People who complain that the dialogue isn't that clever just aren't getting the central joke: These characters? Not very clever. People who complain that the sex scenes should have been genuinely sexy are completely missing the point of those scenes. That's not to say that there aren't genuine gripes to be had. The story, on the rising side of the curve when it was first published, now feels a bit behind the times, and the screenplay was badly in need of some polish. But make no mistake about it: This /will/ be a cult favorite in 20 years' time.
(fr) wrote: It's only a "scattershot diatribe" to those who bury their heads in the sand...
(gb) wrote: Another winner from John Leguizamo. Sad little story about him and his family that suddenly find themselves evicted from their apartment after a stroke of bad luck. Unfortunately, throughout the movie, he cannot catch a break, despite numerous opportunities along the way. This movie was well-done in that it was mildly inspirational, while still staying gritty, realistic, and sad. No real resolution at the end, which was kind of a disappointment, but I guess you can hope that eventually they are able to pull themselves out of the mess that they were in as long as they stick together.
(br) wrote: Two stars for experience, but it's boring and relies on it's violence for anything
(fr) wrote: Having a chance to look at your life through another window and actually realise that the life you had not been happy with is actually not that bad. In fact, even though painful and despaired, fortunate in its own way.The many loves we encounter in our lives, the phase when we need to prove to others our worth and sacrificing something in return. Love how the themes are brought up in a subtle way...Brilliant movie :)
(mx) wrote: a breath of fresh air
(ag) wrote: Beautiful hand drawn animation mixed with great CGI nearly makes this a Thomas Kincaid painting come to life! However, it fails with the talking animals, and Phil Collins music telling you how you should feel in certain scenes, dammit! What a wonderful opportunity wasted, because it had potential!
(mx) wrote: its a loving sista nd brother... but its so much pain when get to know the truth wat actually happen ...
(gb) wrote: Did it won the Razzie? Worst film of 1999, probably.
(de) wrote: I thought it was better than the Hanna-Barbera cartoon series when I first saw it back in December 1994. I liked it.
(jp) wrote: A fun romp filled with robbery, love triangles, dance numbers, and the unforgettable beauty of Anna Karina, this French New Wave feature stands as a near perfect film.
(mx) wrote: I think it's a cute light hearted movie. Loved Sandra Bullock, the whole cast and surprise ending.
(fr) wrote: Not the book, but good in it's own right.
(nl) wrote: Solid stop motion animation, comic timing and storytelling.
(au) wrote: What an awesome movie! With a title like 'Hot Tub Time Machine' you'd expect it be one of those awful straight to Netflix movies, but with great characters, hilarious jokes and an all around fun feel, this movie is fantastic! This is a perfect movie to watch if you are having a bad day and you need some cheering up. This movie will put a smile on your face!
(gb) wrote: Not that great. I was hoping for more.
(gb) wrote: A masterclass in super-tense entertainment. The many fistfights are just exemplary and, very importantly, inventive, whereas the whole premise is simple and effective enough to let the action unfold. Gareth Evans's direction is excellent, and he seems to know exactly where to go with his film in terms of pacing and overall orchestration of the action. "The Raid" is 100 minutes long but never becomes boring or repetitive. Instead it keeps you glued to your seat right until the mindblowing climax.
(ru) wrote: A pleasure to watch the Mel Gibson I always loved: handsome, sassy, humorous, physical. Helen Hunt is a good sparring partner to his antics in this delightful romantic comedy. It's light and entertaining but come on, totally implausible and unbelievable to think a man could ever fully understand a woman. It's only a fairy tale, after all.