When Drew's brother, a CIA field agent, is killed on one of his missions, he sets out to pursue the assignment himself in order to get to the killers. Only Drew is not a field agent but an ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Apocalypse Watch
A CIA analyst takes over a case from his brother, a field agent who was killed in the line of duty, in this thriller based on a Robert Ludlum novel.
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neol j (it) wrote: the 2best childs play
Eden L (es) wrote: The cinematography is curiously old-fashioned, more like something out of the 60s or 70s Shaw Bros era. The Yang Family legend of fighting women is a fascinating subject that is sadly let down by this rather clunky by-the-numbers pedestrian film-making, though if you're looking for some extended fight scenes, you won't be let down.
Brian K (au) wrote: Nice reverb! Good backstory of Young's youth in Ontario
Ruben A (es) wrote: great stuff. in my eyes, original situation... good flick to watch over and over
Juan B (ru) wrote: Well written and well acted story about Korea Town and the Korean 'mafia.' John Cho is well cast as an ambitious and anxious lawyer and Jun Sung Kim is great as the likable villain. Grace Park is good too and, beautiful as ever, shows why she is hottest Asian-American in show biz today.
Jackson A (mx) wrote: It's got a good bit of comedy but what makes Barbershop so good is its great dramatic story and great performances from just about everyone
Allen R (ca) wrote: Many of the great Hong Kong action directors came to the U.S. around the time of the handover of the city back to China; Ringo Lam, John Woo, Tsui Hark, and Formula 51 director Ronny You. All have since returned to Hong Kong and I'm convinced its' because they were forced to make insipid dreck like F51. During that same time period cinema saw the rise of Tarantino and Guy Ritchie, and the two have unknowingly spurred on the death of crime cinema as we know it by inspiring countless knock-offs that rely solely on style over substance. Case in point, F51. The point here seems to be how can we out-Ritchie Guy Ritchie with little more than quick cuts, loud music, and even louder characters who do little more than shout the F-bomb at one another. This might very well be the only film where every word in a line of dialog is punctuated with the F-bomb. That might have made a made a film "edgy" in 1970, but 2011 "edgy" cinema seems to be cinema that possesses some smarts.
Jed D (fr) wrote: Playing God, results in hellfire and brimstone for Raymond (Timothy Hutton) and Dr. Eugene Sands (Ducovny) in this very entertaining action film about a discredited Surgeon who becomes involved in a life of crime with a manipulative drug fiend.Two thumbs way up.
Rich M (mx) wrote: Lackluster and kind of boring. If weird, freaky film for the sake of weird and freaky is your thing, then you'll love this. If you like to be entertained while watching a movie, then stay far away. This movie is not designed to entertain or even provoke thought. It's weird and pointless.