Ten years after their casino heist, four escaped convicts - Cole, Stillman, Boyd and Coles half-brother Kane trace their former partner to a desert town, where he is now a lawman with no memory of his criminal past. The film is a history of violence and the classic western High Plains Drifter, Swelter is a violent story of greed and retribution. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ten years after their casino heist, four escaped convicts trace their former partner to a desert town, where he is now a lawman with no memory of his criminal past.
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Rafael B (jp) wrote: THE ABSOLUTE WORST ANIMATED MOVIE OF THE YEAR! at least Norm of the North was Bad but still Harmless and inoffensive with a decent Message at the end. THIS is the Total Opposite and Thousands of times Worse....
WS W (ca) wrote: A blossoming teenage girl's coming of age story.
Sarah S (ca) wrote: I want to see this movie sooooo bad! I just saw in on saw at the local Mexican Store for $11...I'm going to get it in the morning!
Jason H (ca) wrote: Looks pretty interesting.
Martin L (ru) wrote: good show, quite graphic!
Chase H (es) wrote: Entertaining for an independently written/directed/starred film. Not as epic as others like Garden State, but it was good enough. The music was hilarious the way it was produced, very stereotypical music that emphasized horrible beats and lyrics.
M C (gb) wrote: Land of the Dead is better than most of the other recent zombie films I have seen. The plot, while using the same concept as DotD, feels very unique and interesting. The script is full of interesting Ideas and inventions, as well as some great characters. Romero never makes the mistake of focusing to much on a specific character, or creating a ridiculous love interest for no reason at all like so many horror films do. He gives the film the satirical element of the others, but with a modern twist. The zombie effects are a real spectacle. Hundreds of zombies in screen simultaneously, detailed zombie makeup that holds up better than anything I've seen this year (I'm writing this December 2014), and an insane amount of gore, guts, blood, decapitations and more. My only beef is that the most of main characters don't get enough to do. I'm not going to go into it (y'know spoilers) but they seem to not spend much time in danger of the zombies. So Land of the Dead isn't quite as good as Romero's old stuff, but it's one of the best modern zombie films. 77/100
Brian P (ag) wrote: Quite a poor movie to say the least..... Certainly not worth the time to watch it.
Kris W (us) wrote: I love this movie. Nice girl falls for a bad boy who doesn't think twice about her. (how realistic is THAT?) Their relationship meant everything to her and we watch her fall apart. He finally realizes that he loves her after she stops caring about herself and goes down a very dark path. The scam is interesting too - but I don't want to give it all away. A gritty side of New York is shown, the acting is realistic, and the supporting cast is excellent. I especially like August Diehl's performance, and Pam Grier is always fantastic.
Ola G (us) wrote: In 1764 a mysterious beast terrorizes the province of Gvaudan and nearby lands. Grgoire de Fronsac (Samuel Le Bihan), a knight and the royal naturalist of King Louis XV of France, and his Iroquois companion Mani (Mark Dacascos), arrive in Gvaudan to capture the beast. Upon arrival, they rescue Jean Chastel, an aged healer, and his daughter, La Bavarde, from an attack by soldiers. The young and enlightened Thomas, Marquis d'Apcher (Jacques Perrin), befriends them. Fronsac is initially skeptical about the beast's existence, since survivors describe it as much larger than any wolf he has ever seen. However, by studying the bite size on a victim of the beast, he deduces that it must weigh roughly 500lb (227kg). Captain Duhamel, an army officer leading the hunt for the beast, has killed dozens of ordinary wolves, but has not come close to the actual killer. While staying in Gvaudan, Fronsac romances Marianne de Morangias (milie Dequenne), the daughter of a local count, whose brother, Jean-Franois (Vincent Cassel), was also an avid hunter and a world traveler, before losing one arm to a lion in Africa. Fronsac is also intrigued by Sylvia (Monica Bellucci), an Italian courtesan at the local brothel. While investigating another victim, Fronsac finds a fang made of steel, and his doubts of the beast's existence increase. Another witness swears that the beast is controlled by a human master. Fronsac studies the patterns of the attacks and victims, trying to find a common thread and reveal a murderer. As the investigation proves to be unfruitful, the king's weapons master, Lord de Beauterne, arrives to put an end to the beast. But instead of doing so, Beauterne kills an ordinary wolf and tells Fronsac to alter the corpse so it resembles the monster accordingly. Fronsac hesitantly does so, and the bogus wolf is sent back to Paris, where it is put on display, much to the pleasure of the king and the French aristocracy. In Paris, the king's advisor shows Fronsac a copy of a book titled L'difiante ["The Edifying"] with treasonous theories, stating the beast has come to punish the King of France for his indulgence of the philosophers, and that the modern embrace of science over religion is heresy. Fronsac realizes that the beast is an instrument of a secret society, The Brotherhood of the Wolf, working to undermine public confidence in the king and ultimately take over the country. Fronsac is told that "officially" the beast is dead, warned to keep his mouth shut, and bribed with an appointment to travel to Senegal. Back in Gvaudan, the attacks by the real beast continue. Ignoring his orders, Fronsac returns to Gvaudan, determined to put an end to the beast's killings, and also to take Marianne away. Upon his return, the beast attacks and he sees it with his own eyes. It kills a man, but mysteriously refrains from attacking Marianne..."Brotherhood of the Wolf" (Le Pacte des loups) is loosely based on a real-life series of killings that took place in France in the 18th century and the famous legend of the Beast of Gvaudan. I saw this stereotypical and formulaic mish mash of genres (horror, martial arts, swashbuckling adventure, historical costume drama) when it came out and of some reason I had forgotten partly what I did think of it back then so I decided to re-see it. And I can say that I simply dont like this overacted and genre mixed piece of film. Everything is so stretched out and prepared for the MTV hyperkids to go bananas when seeing this technical stylised focused film leaving little left for character developments and a general believable look and feel from the time period. Its mostly poor and not believable acting from the actors, too much camera technique involved during the movie, a testosterone pumped storyline that makes you lose interest in the progress and a truly silly end fighting scene between de Fronsac and Jean-Franois is the icing on this puff pastry. Empire gave the film a three star rating out of five stating that "An undeniably handsome creation, but its excessive length and surplus of directorial flourishes merely exacerbate the emptiness of an initially promising plot". The blend of various movie genres such as martial arts, mystery, costume drama and horror attracted certain amounts of criticism. In particular, Peter Travers of Rolling Stone wrote "This new take on horror is more of the bloody same" whereas Stephen hunter of Washington Post said that it is "a mad agglomeration of styles and traditions that ultimately results in nothing so much as a mad agglomeration of styles and traditions." ultimately awarding the film a 0.5/4 score.
Kristina K (ca) wrote: Incredible documentary. Amazing people involved.
Briana G (ca) wrote: I can't believe this movie
David T (kr) wrote: Higher learning is a drama about a few freshmen trying to get through life in college in a midst of racial tensions. This movie shows the introspects of each character. Malik is a track star on a scholarship. Kristen is a student who has experienced harassment on campus. Scott is a loner from Idaho who feels out of place. Malik is struggling with academics and meets Ice cube who is a black panther member. While juggling school and sports, he feels like the world is out to get him. He gets involved romantically with Deja, who helps him with his classes. While out at a bar, Kristen gets drunk and date raped by a fraternity guy. Feeling vulnerable, she joins a feminist group on campus and meets jenniferv connely. She falls for Jennifer Conelly's character while still dating another guy. Scott is a loner who is not used to a multicultural environment. He doesn't seem to fit in with any particular group, not even his roommate. Scott meets a group of skinheads and begins to follow their doctrine. Malik and the black panther get into a tussle with the skinheads because of an earlier incident with Scott. Scott retaliates by shooting at a school peace rally and killing Deja and himself. In the end, the skinheads are smiling while watching the news. This movie was interesting with its cast of characters and the different perspective of each character. I really enjoyed Lawrence fishburne's character and his conversations with Malik. There are many racial and political undertones in this movie. Some of the scenes were made to be rascist in nature. For example, when Malik is on top of Scott, the cops beat Malik and only hold Scott. The cops also wait a long time before Scott shoots himself. I understand the message of the movie but I feel the movie could have been made better.
Sean F (ru) wrote: Casino Royale is probably the best James Bond movie ever made, a thrilling, suspenseful, fun action movie that shows Bond actually becoming the James Bond we all know, and him methodically fighting Le Chiffre instead of him just telling him he had his six and putting a bullet between his eyes.
Jairo A (jp) wrote: The raunchiness was there but without the "real" Stifler, it becomes a little bit above average. The movie wasn't bad but it needed better characters.
Derek B (it) wrote: Another Mel Brooke's classic! Gene Wilder is by far my favorite part of this movie. The comedy is light and in-your-face at the same time. Wonderful.
Cj S (ca) wrote: it's harmless, mostly.
Ollie W (de) wrote: A well-made, smooth-as-butter, jazz-scored morality tale. Lessons are learned, people get burned and a whole lot of Trumpets get involved. Not a spectacular Lee film by any stretch of the imagination, but an arresting effort at least.
Emilie M (ru) wrote: one of my favorite dramas. chilling to the bone, unpredictable and some fantastic performances. This is one movie I walk never forget.
Henry B (mx) wrote: A good film that has high octane action throughout that is ruined by a hasty and badly thought out conclusion. Seriously, the ending leaves you wondering why you actually watched the film in the first place.