Reporter Peter Barter gets murdered while driving to his tv station. Commisioner Kras gets a phone call from clairvoyant Cornelius who saw Barters death in a vision. But a dark force ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The 1,000 Eyes of Dr. Mabuse
A reporter is murdered while driving to his job. The Police are contacted by a clairvoyant who saw the death in a vision, but some dark force is preventing him from seeing the man behind the crime...
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Robert H (ru) wrote: A perfect example of style over substance. While it boasts some impressive action sequences in the style of past kung fu films, there isn't much of a story to tie all of it together.
Nicholas L (gb) wrote: The Bourne Legacy has a few interesting fight scenes, but it is no Jason Bourne movie and you can't help but feel this is a slap in the face from Tony Gilroy to the real franchise achievers, Greengrass and Damon.
Lisa K (jp) wrote: Mindblowing documentary about how Bush puts money into all his friends' pockets at the expense of American soldiers and tax-payers. Very interesting, shocking, and definitely worth a look!
Russell L (jp) wrote: This is a heavily biased film on the second amendment, but in a way has a good message. The anti-gun guy murders innocent people and then blows his brains out. The gun manufacturer sacrifices his life to save his wife. Apart from the garbage political message they tried to push, it was a well acted and well produced film.
Steven C (ca) wrote: Pollak's performance is very good but the film itself falls flat. The film isn't terrible but it is nothing all that good either, simply mediocre.
Michael W (jp) wrote: D.A. discovers police is taking huge payoffs from drug dealers and seems shocked at every turn when the corruption runs deep in the dept (did he not see SERPICO?).
Jesse V (mx) wrote: Nolte in his prime, great movie!
Dan F (mx) wrote: This film holds strong nostalgic value for me, I could probably watch it a billion times. One of those films where you unintentionally memorize the script, if you grew up watching it anyway. An 80s comedy classic.
Eric R (us) wrote: Revered director Akira Kurosawa created the Samurai genre with his immortal "Seven Samurai" in 1954. By the time the 70s rolled around, things were getting bloody, real bloody as the 'slasher' versions of Samurai films emerged with "Lone Wolf and Cub: Sword of Vengeance" being head of the pack shocking audiences with their extreme violence mixed with solid filmmaking. In other words this is the beginning of one of the most kick ass film series of all time!Based on the popular Manga books at the time, "Lone Wolf and Cub" is a story about highly trained, noble samurai and son being wrongly accused by a corrupt Shogun. His wife in turn is murdered so Lone Wolf decides to turn to evil, killing without honor and roams the lands pushing his son in a baby cart, selling his skills as an assassin for 500 pieces of gold.The plot for this film is mostly set for a series that would last an impressive six films (though it pales in comparison to Zatoichi, which lasted for 26 films!). The plot goes to great lengths to develop our lead anti-hero character and his fall from grace making him much more than a roaming Ronin killing for no reason.Tomisaburo Wakayama plays our Lone Wolf. Though a rather goofy looking fella, don't let that fool you. He's a great actor and fits the role of wonderfully and brings the character's intelligent, yet psychotic nature to full fruition. His intense eyes and wild hair makes the character truly frightening and he is a good runner-up to Toshir Mifune and Sonny Chiba as most intense bad-ass to emerge out of Japan.The "Lone Wolf and Cub" films today are known for their extreme violence, and do mean EXTREME.Blood spurts from every orifice when someone gets stabbed or slashed. We also get plenty of scenes of dismemberment and beheadings! What's so great about this film is that though it is full of exploitative violence, the filmmakers don't shy away from good film-making as "Lone Wolf and Cub" is professionally made with a keen eye for style and storytelling. It's a well written and shot story with extreme violence added in just to make it that much more entertaining."Lone Wolf and Cub: Sword of Vengeance" is a fatalistic film that is the beginning of one of my all time favorite film series. Though not up to caliber of Akira Kurosawa's legendary entries into the subgenre, I might even go as far to say I enjoyed it more as the over-the-top violence was highly enjoyable with-out sacrificing good filmmaking in the process. Five sequels quickly followed and they in order go: "Baby Cart at the River Styx", "Baby Cart in Hades", "Baby Cart in Peril", "Baby Cart in the Land of the Demons" and "White Heaven in Hell". The first two entries in the serious would also be successfully edited together and released in America in 1980 as "Shogun Assassin", basically keeping all the juicy bits meaning more blood, less plot
Matthew C (jp) wrote: Yikes. Three degenerates (Strother Martin, Ernest Borgnine, and professional creep Jack Elam) plunder, murder, and rape their way through the wild west. But they make a big mistake when they leave one victim (Raquel Welch) alive. Then, in walks Robert Culp and his beard, who introduces her to Christopher Lee and his beard. Welch is a knockout in this movie, and it's one of her better performances (not really saying much). There is some pretty bloody violence, as well as an extremely disturbing (though thankfully not graphic) sexual assault. The final credit music is shockingly bad, though. Not sure what's up with that. A good western, revenge film.
barbara l (es) wrote: this was so so I felt he did not like being in this movie but Parker say do it and you do it
Letty G (de) wrote: It was a bit slow, but overall it was a good story. Especially if you can relate to someone who's on the spectrum. They did a good job with capturing the autistic point of view.
Michael K (ag) wrote: In the sequel to 1985's King Solomon's Mines, Allan Quatermain (Richard Chamberlain) and Jesse Huston (Sharon Stone) are on a search for Quatermain's long lost brother and the lost city of Gold.James Earl Jones and Cassandra Petersen also star.
Michael H (ag) wrote: Completely ridiculous and not to be taken seriously. Pedophilia, dead kids, over the top acting and a brilliant parody of car chases. A top notch cast make this a can't miss.
Caleb H (fr) wrote: Contrary to what Goodfellas purists would have you believe, there were TWO amazing mob movies released in 1990. This was the second one. State of Grace isn't as ambitious as other "mob saga" films, but that doesn't make it any less powerful. Quite simply, this is one of the finest mob movies released in the past fifty years. State of Grace has everything-superviolence, lovable yet sleazy characters, a conflicted protagonist, a damned beautiful love interest, and a moral grayness that even Goodfellas can't compare to. Gary Oldman's Jackie is a screen presence on level with De Niro in Mean Streets...that he wasn't nominated for an Oscar is a damned crime.