When the industry's two biggest stuntmen are nominated for Stuntman of the Year, an over-ambitious documentarian reignites a dormant rivalry between the two men that results in an all out press war. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
When the industry's two biggest stuntmen are nominated for Stuntman of the Year, an over-ambitious documentarian reignites a dormant rivalry between the two men that results in an all out press war.
- Stars:James Purefoy, Brian Cox, Kate Mara, Derek Jacobi, Paul Giamatti, Charles Dance, Jason Flemyng, Jamie Foreman, Marc Blucas, Ross Patterson, Chris Tarantino, Dominique Swain, Carly Pope, Brandon Routh, Joel David Moore, Zachary Levi, Ray Wise, Timm Sharp, Lin Shaye, Alanna Ubach, Ryan Rottman, Eric Amadio, Gary Carlos Cervantes,
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yasmine C (fr) wrote: I loved this movie. The violence, the hatred, it's a woman that wants the money for good not evil. .... She wants to save Rob...
Lance A (fr) wrote: Creative, intriguing, and not at all what I was expecting.
Kassy S (jp) wrote: i like romantic movies like this so i think i'd like to see it.
Rachel F (jp) wrote: class film luke goss mmmmmmmmm they did a very good job of this film
Cherry T (us) wrote: Quite impressive about how the defeated German soldier desire to go home.....but dunno why the USSR officier intend to persecute/ chase him from Siberia to Iran.....
Kyle M (de) wrote: The only words to describe this comedy is that it's good and funny. (B+)(Full review coming soon)
Allie G (ag) wrote: can't remember haven't seen since I was 5
Jennifer B (mx) wrote: I actually own this... it's alright :)
Terry C (kr) wrote: Early work worth seeing. Gere is promising as he developes his skills right before your very eyes.
Pasi T (it) wrote: Loistava ajankuvaus. Katsokaa jos ette ole nhnyt
Spermian J (us) wrote: Starts off promising but unfortunately the hilarity isn't sustained throughout the film's entirety.
Steve S (jp) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***
Ken S (mx) wrote: A sequel to such a fantastic film, especially one that leaves little open, is bound to have problems. Luckily, despite adding to a story that didn't really need adding to, it isn't nearly as bad as it could have been. Heston took on only a small role, appearing only briefly at the beginning and ends of the film. That is definitely the most detrimental element of the whole thing, because introducing Brent and then introducing him to the whole Planet of the Apes world and Nova, then giving him the realization that he is actually on Earth, it just feels like "Previously on Planet of the Apes". So as a result the really interesting new plots for the film are sort of truncated. So what is beneath the Planet of the Apes? Turns out its humans that speak. Not only speak, but also seem to be the descendants of survivors of the atomic fallout, and have developed mind control powers. And they worship an unexploded nuclear bomb (another Futurama joke now get). It is all interesting and adds new things to the franchise, but unfortunately the real meat of the plot is sort of rushed in a half hour after all the slowed down plot stuff of Brent. Definitely could have been better, but honestly could have been tons worse considering they needed to add on to a film that warranted no sequel (beyond the box office) and had a lead actor only agreeing to do a few scenes.