Street Kings

Street Kings

Tom Ludlow is a disillusioned L.A. Police Officer, rarely playing by the rules and haunted by the death of his wife. When evidence implicates him in the execution of a fellow officer, he is forced to go up against the cop culture he's been a part of his entire career, ultimately leading him to question the loyalties of everyone around him.

In the wake of the L.A. riots, LAPD detective Tom Ludlow is a ruthlessly efficient, unorthodox undercover cop. Captain Jack Wander always covers for Tom, as do even his somewhat jealous colleagues. After technically excessive violence against a vicious Korean gang during the liberation of a kidnapped kid sex slave, Tom becomes the target of IA';;s hotshot, captain James Biggs, who feels passed over after Wander';;s promotion to chief. Tom';;s corrupt, disloyal ex-patrol partner Terrence Washington sides with IA but is killed during a shop robbery in Tom';;s presence. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Orlando O (ag) wrote: Shut In is a psychological thriller that waste good talent like Naomi Watts that not only lacks thrills and scares. But it does not even have a compelling plot to even care for. Sure, there could be other home invasion thriller films that would be worth watching unlike this film. The plot follows psychologist Mary (Naomi Watts) after her marriage is struggling and her husband and her teenage son Steven (Charlie Heston) were going away. They were caught in a tragic car accident leaving Steven in a vegetated state. Mary is struggling trying to manage with her work and taking care of her son, and to make matters worse a snow storm is keeping them isolated in their home. When one of Mary's patient who is a kid Tom (Jacob Tremblay) goes missing in her area. Mary starts encountering strange noise in her house, feeling like someone is trying to stalk her. The script lacked characterization or development to the story which made it difficult to even care for what is happening. It does feel like the script writer took some ideas off from other thriller films like The Shining or Psycho. Let's throw some curve ball of having Mary struggle with insomnia and paranoia. The twist was not as appealing when it happened in the last half of the movie. Yes, the film started getting a little exciting when the climax is shown. But it's not worth spending the entire movie seeing Mary, managing her personal life and working with her patient Tom.The film lacked thrills and scares. It was a yawn fest waiting for anything to happen in the movie. Naomi Watts is a talented actress and this film seemed a little beneath her. But was probably an easy cash grab to be part of the project. Overall, Shut In was a horrible film, it lacked scares or thrills, dull concept that other films done it better, and the plot was undeveloped that seemed pointless.

Steven H (de) wrote: The best film of the new trilogy, "Star Trek Beyond" is the closest the rebooted franchise has come to capturing the feel of classic Trek, with an exciting plot, and great turn from Idris Elba as the villain! Grade: A+

Phil P (ru) wrote: If you believe in free speech, Love America and Pretty People then watch this movie.

Logic 1 (de) wrote: I will see it just because....

Heather M (kr) wrote: This movie was slow and confusing but not completely hopeless. The cast was good and the story was okay, it just needed some momentum to keep people's interest.

Steve W (es) wrote: This movie is a live action comic book! its mostly CGI, and it looks really great. There are some cool battle sequences, but the climax isn't that great. Its got a nice cast, and has elements of final fantasy, the matrix movies, and dragonball z. A cool movie.

Chang W (gb) wrote: beautiful as always...

drain b (de) wrote: bad movie for bad people. high grade *B* fun!

Kyle M (us) wrote: A genuine masterpiece that's great and smart, and being probably the best film noir I've ever seen so far by its plot that keeps on getting more compelling by its popping-up surprising points, amazing performances in acting and scoring a classic theme, and the handling on the lighting through its nice cinematography. "The Third Man" is just a must-see film noir that's an entertaining timeless classic. (A)(Full review coming soon)

chris g (nl) wrote: Good English satire about British citizens proud to be "Burgundians". Really funny.

Leon B (ag) wrote: Review:Man, this movie was painful to watch. Watching Edward Norton, who played the Hulk, singing and dancing wasn't good and the rest of the A-list cast didn't that much better. I have never seen what the big deal is about Woody Allen movies because they just seem to have way too much dialogue and not enough action. This movie wasn't that much better and to top it off, he added some annoying singing which just got on my nerves. Originally, I thought that I would give this movie a go because of the amazing cast, but watching them singing through the movie just didn't help. Along with the usual Woody Allen type storyline, I just didn't enjoy this movie at all but it was good to see some big named actors like Natalie Portman and Edward Norton, before they became household names. Annoying!Round-Up:I can definitely see why most of the cast haven't pursued there singing careers because some of the singing was awful. I was hoping that the storyline was going to save the day, but that wasn't that good either. As this was Edward Nortons second movie in his career, after Primal Fear which was a much better movie, I'm sure that he was just happy to be in a movie, even though he made a complete fool out of himself. Other young actors like Natalie Portman, who came fresh from Leon and Heat, also must have been glad to get the work so I can't really blame them for there performances. At the end of the day, you really have to be a fan of Woody Allens work to enjoy this movie but I'm just not into his comedy or his sense of direction.Budget: $20millionWorldwide Gross: $34millionI recommend this movie to people who are into Woody Allen movies about family life and love. 3/10

Beet R (gb) wrote: Some highly engaging cinema blends with my uncomfortable 'first date' feelings. Refreshing in that it doesn't seem to care for greasing up the show to thunder through the box office (as did The Matrix). There's an honest 'just so' ness about it. Ultimately the storyline is tactfully goaded on over the awkwardness and I leave feeling inspired and renewed. It's impressive to see such variety of influences blended together without sacrificing their distinctiveness. Still the most accessible exposition of the life of the Buddha.

Amber N (ru) wrote: A couple of these were okay. I was extremely grossed out by the majority of them. It's rare for a horror film to be scary or odd or disgusting enough to make me stop watching, but a couple of these definitely made me hit the pause button to regather my strength haha. They remind me of Creepy Pastas for sure, but I will not be watching this again. Ever.