Täcknamn Coq Rouge

Täcknamn Coq Rouge

His name is Carl Hamilton from a Swedish noble family - trained by the CIA and a army SEAL. When a group of terrorists based in Sweden threatens to initiate their diabolic plans - the Coq Rouge Carl Hamilton is activated.

His name is Carl Hamilton from a Swedish noble family - trained by the CIA and a army SEAL. When a group of terrorists based in Sweden threatens to initiate their diabolic plans - the Coq Rouge Carl Hamilton is activated. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Chris D (kr) wrote: Plays out as a 'Made for TV' special, regardless, it's a heart-warming story about family, loss and holding strong to your beliefs.

Deven W (ru) wrote: A great book ruined by Hollywood...........and why..........WHY BRENDAN FRAISER!??? Millions of actors and he gets to play Mo Folchart???? Andy Serkis is great as usual and I like the villains and Dustfinger. But yeaaaaaaaah pretty bland and generic

Khurram A (kr) wrote: This was an engaging movie on Business Politics...

Kristen P (gb) wrote: Great musical score by Hans Zimmer & great performances from the young ensemble particularly Shelbie Bruce.

Joanna C (us) wrote: This movie reminded me of another film I saw a long time ago, and it had similar qualities. The movie was called "Sleepover".

Tommy R (us) wrote: Two hustlers who befirend each other are trying to escape the town they live in and move on to a better life.

Amanda C (ru) wrote: Slick and cool, but with more punch than Luc Besson's later films, The Professional manages to feel fresh and fast paced even though it is slower and less frantic than the films it owes so much to. Along with La Femme Nikita, The Professional shows Besson at his best, delving into the visceral aesthetic of violence as opposed to simply trying to make the brutality into something banal.

Private U (br) wrote: I fell in love with Griffin (Corey Haim), bought myself rollerblades and downloaded the soundtrack.

Senor C (us) wrote: The sleaze factor from the original Exterminator is sorely missing from its sequel. Actually there's a lot of things missing like @ least one stand out scene, a good score & director James Glickenhaus @ the helm. Now Im a big fan of the vigilante formula but I found hardly any entertainment value in this. Well maybe a little. If Robert Ginty has stuck to torching his victims maybe but it has terrible pacing & no real good action set pieces. In fact the best thing about is the box art. Mario Van Peebles is gay w/ his urban Kid & Play hair do & makes for a weak adversary except for when he was putting on his blood rouge blush. If you want something w/ this formula watch any of the Death Wish sequels (yes even part 5) or the great Vigilante w/ Fred Williamson

Stefano L (jp) wrote: Fra tutte le pellicole dedicate alla cultura hip hop old skool, questa, sicuramente, la migliore, e quella che rappresenta meglio lo spirito "street style" dei giovani newyorkesi degli anni ottanta, "discepoli" di questa "nuova onda" dei ghetto, la quale cambi per sempre il modo di concepire e realizzare musica. Il contesto che viene messo in luce si allontana parecchio dai luoghi comuni della comunit afroamericana. New York City si discosta notevolmente da quella citt patinata di matrice hollywoodiana, e la regia ci mette sotto gli occhi un Bronx che, fino a quel momento, era quasi completamente inedito al pubblico del vecchio continente: quello delle jam session a ritmo di scretch e tecniche di turntablism organizzate negli edifici abbandonati, degli originali MC che si esibivano alle feste con il loro avveniristico freestyle ed i beat-boxer, o delle gare di danza fra i giovanissimi gruppi di break dancer come i Rocksteady Crew, e i New York City Breakers. Guy Davis invece interpreta uno dei primi disc jockey che cominciarono a produrre musica in prima persona con l'uso di pattern e sintetizzatori (prima forma di house music?). Il genere, pi che il Rap nello stampo pi classico, prevalentemente l'electro funk: sotto-genere dell'hip hop, ormai estinto, che univa la metrica del break tempo con i suoni delle Roland 808, particolarmente in auge nelle discoteche americane poco prima che si affermasse definitivamente, nella tarda met del decennio, la Chicago House di Marshall Jefferson e Steve "Silk" Hurley (se vi volete fare un'idea del tipo di sound, vi consiglio di ascoltare in streaming la radio "WBMX hot mix classics"). Naturalmente, l'inventore di questo stile di dance music, Afrika Bambaataa, fa la sua bella comparsa in una scena all'interno del Roxy assieme ai suoi "Soulsonic Force" (dai vestiti veramente buffi!! francamente... tra i "rapper" attuali, chi avrebbe il coraggio di preparare una performance cos bella e divertente?). Ci sono comunque molte altre nostalgiche "meteore" che hanno segnato la nascita e l'evoluzione di questa corrente. C' anche una parte drammatica, legata alla storia di un giovane "graffiti writer" portoricano, ed una sottovicenda romantica, focalizzata sul legame tra il gi citato dj e una studentessa, coreografa in un prestigioso college (Rae Dawn Chong, l'unica attrice "famosa" che ho riconosciuto). Lo script, ad ogni modo, non si allontana troppo dalla sua natura di estrazione televisiva (il regista di Beat Street ai tempi fu molto attivo nell'ambito delle serie tv statunitensi). Storico e musicalmente sorprendente il finale, all'insegna di quello che fu l'ecletticismo multiculturale della grande mela.

Stephen S (nl) wrote: am not useally into war films but enjoyed this one

Adam R (it) wrote: (First and only viewing - In my mid-twenties)

Logan G (us) wrote: One of Disney's GREATEST creations.

Brendan N (es) wrote: I thought this would be a hidden gem considering the talent involved but sadly its character focus and complexity aren't up to scratch. The film feels like a modern noir which keeps you invested but sadly the end result is all over the place.Stephen dorff has always been an interesting actor but he's choice of roles have always been inconsistent. This film doesn't allow him to flex any real acting muscle which is a shame because he is surrounded by some solid actors. James woods steals every scene he is in and gives the film some strength. Miller has grown as a director but he's film lack script development. The stories have twists but you can't care if the script lacks any direction for its characters. The film is intriguing but to many flaws to keep it alive. Good for a night in but you may find it hard to keep interested in its simplistic plot. To many support players are ignored

Michael S (ru) wrote: hahahahahaha. this seems a bit specific.