Taking Lives

Taking Lives

Recruited to assist Montreal police in their desperate search for a serial killer who assumes the identities of his victims, FBI profiler Illeana Scott knows it's only a matter of time before the killer strikes again. Her most promising lead is a museum employee who might be the killer's only eyewitness.

An FBI profiler is called in by French Canadian police to catch an insidious serial killer who impersonating his victims' identities. As Scott and an art gallery owner follow the killer's trail, they find themselves becoming attracted to one another, which is not necessarily a comfort to Scott as she finds her quarry moving closer and closer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Ian G (es) wrote: The Zero Therom is Gilliam's first film in quite a stretch, since the perplexing Imaginarium of Dr Parnasus and after being distracted in getting Don Quiote off the ground for the umpteenth time, and its seems a little like this is it? It almost plays out like a loose set of writing doodles debating man vs machine and ones own purpose without actually going on any kind of a journey or revelation, amongst left over sets from the Brothers Grim and Baron Manchussen from years past and relying on actors wanting to work with an eccentric talent to get buts through the door ranging from Matt Damon in a pointless cameo that could have gone to anyone, Tilda Swinton as the software AI and David Thewlis as a competitor at work. I will give him that the seldom times they do leave his sanctuary at the church that acts as Christoph Waltz's home look intriguing but when you want to spend more time checking that out and opposed to spending it with the characters inside the sanctuary (assuming the classic budget constraints) You know you are going to be in trouble. If anything, you get the marks for a slightly albeit brief exterior design and nothing much else to hang it on. Would say disappointing but meh.

Joe H (ca) wrote: I actually watched this one a couple weeks ago but forgot to review it. I really liked this movie. It was fun and full of some great action sequences made all the more interesting by having Rutget Hauer portray a blind man who is an expert with a katana. It was a pretty "cute" movie, too, and some of the interactions between Hauer and the kid that he is protecting are pretty funny. It wasn't the BEST movie I've ever seen, but it was good enough that I would probably watch it again.

Omar A (gb) wrote: Muy linda historia, encantadora y muy bien contada, es para ver un da medio triston que te levanta el nimo. Tiene algunas escenas un poco bizarras y unas tomas de cmara extraas, pero bueno es una pelcula alemana, y tiene un pequeo problema con la lgica temporal. La banda sonora es muy linda, bah el nico tema que te lo ponen cada 5 minutos. Muy recomendable a todos los que les gusta las historia de drama/queremos que todo salga bien.

Luke M (mx) wrote: An Australian classic, Paul Hogan's easygoing Mick Dundee is a treat to watch on screen.

Ghosty K (br) wrote: I just watched this film for the first time since childhood (had to go all the way to the UK for a copy!), and it is without doubt one of the most underrated sci-fi flicks of our time. It's a bit hokey forty years later, certainly, but the story line is what makes it worthwhile.

jay n (es) wrote: Solid noir with one of the more despicable femme fatales in the genre's history. Fortunately that succubus is played by Lizabeth Scott, one of the best purveyors of silky villainy the genre ever had.

Ilsa L (ag) wrote: Suitably creepy thriller that is well worth watching.

Tyler W (kr) wrote: Homefront is an exciting flick with more to offer than the average popcorn-muncher. Gritty action, a unique setting and some solid performances help to make up for a script that probably needed another revision or two. The film opens with a night shot of busy New Orleans, but the real story takes place in backwoods Louisiana. Some great shots of the bayou alongside the dirty, nowhere town give Homefront a unique backdrop for a story that might go unnoticed in a New York or L.A. The social setting, too, provides its own twists and turns in a place where folks don't call 911. Statham is convincingly out of his element when he brings his young daughter to Rayeville to start over after a career in the DEA. It's not Statham, however, who steals the show in this movie. Come for him, stay for the rednecks. James Franco plays the fittingly named Gator Bodine, a small-time meth dealer with big plans and Kate Bosworth gives an excellent performance as his addicted sister. Both antagonists find themselves in over their heads when they try to make trouble, and their panicked reactions in those situations make the characters of Homefront human, not one-dimensional cannon fodder. However, the script feels like a second or third draft in some instances. A few subplots are begun and then abandoned, with no resolution. And while the scenes between Statham and his daughter are touching, they are a little syrupy for this kind of thing, and you begin to wonder if the tension surrounding the deceased mother is really necessary. Also, while the action is exciting and rewarding, it does seem a little too perfect at times. In a film set in the swamps of the South, it might have been exciting to see a little less polish on Statham's inevitable beatdowns. We never truly fear for his character once he starts punching or shooting. All in all, while Homefront is not perfect, it is certainly enjoyable. Very few action films take the time to build up to an action sequence anymore. It's the intimidation factor that makes this movie cool. With lots of good moments and one or two great ones, Homefront definitely deserves a passing grade.

Andrew S (jp) wrote: Mike Weiss is a talented young Houston lawyer and a functioning drug addict. Paul Danziger, his longtime friend and partner, is the straightlaced and responsible yin to Mike's yang. Their mom-and-pop personal-injury law firm is getting by, but things really get interesting when they decide to take on a case involving Vicky, a local ER nurse, who is pricked by a contaminated needle on the job. As Weiss and Danziger dig deeper into the case, a health care and pharmaceutical conspiracy teeters on exposure and heavyweight attorneys move in on the defense. Out of their league but invested in their own principles, the mounting pressure of the case pushes the two underdog lawyers and their business to the breaking point.

Jon B (au) wrote: Favorite zen moment..."I gave him nothin'...He's a ghost".

Remi C (ru) wrote: scary nothing beats the original because nobody was prepared for it i was shit scared when i was a kid for years