MI6’s top assassin has a brother. Unfortunately for him, he’s an English football hooligan from the town of Grimsby. A new assignment forces him to team up with his brother, which brings us a lot of laughter. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Karsh D (au) wrote: Superb documentary about the American Samoan soccer team who previously been beaten 31-0 by Australia hire a dutch coach for World Cup qualifiers in the hope of a 1st ever victory and a climb up the rankings. What unfolds is truly inspiring and confirms that Football is indeed the No1 sport in the world. Amazing stuff.
Jacob B (kr) wrote: C+Kevin Costner does a good job portraying a terminally-ill CIA agent and Hailee Steinfeld does great as his rebellious, yet estranged teenage daughter. '3 Days to Kill' also has some touching father-daughter moments between the two actors with great chemistry. There's not much to say with Amber Heard, who doesn't show emotion throughout the whole film as Costner's dealer/boss. What I'm getting at is that while this film has its moments, I just don't have the heart to say that this is a real good movie. But it's close enough to break through the mold as a decent action-film.
Varun K (fr) wrote: its an awesome movie:
Daniel D (ca) wrote: Um assassino resolve fazer seu ultimo trabalho pois acredita que o certo a se fazer... tenta salvar uma garota que teria sido sequestrada por traficantes de mulheres... ao final acaba envolvendo os pais da garota que acabam dando uns tiros e salvando sua filha!
Troy K (es) wrote: That's one hell of a strange obsession. I should probably rate it a little higher, but some of it is way far fetched.
Hobie P (es) wrote: Another Saw rip-off thats getting old & tiring
Paul D (it) wrote: The attention to detail in the characters and settings makes this a pleasure to watch, although the story itself is told as slow as the boat journey that gets them to Ellis Island, which is the most fascinating part of this film.
Orlok W (fr) wrote: So you think you're photogenic?..Have you ever carefully looked at your pictures?...--A horror movie that doesn't let go from the moment it begins.. Spooky and Effective!!
Jon M (ag) wrote: best of the "Beef" series. covers classic beefs, mostly when hip hoppers (yeah they were hip hoppers then, not like most of these commercial shills) weren't trying to really shoot each other.
Spencer S (us) wrote: An indie film from writer and director Burr Steers, this film follows the disenchanted life of a teenager in the world of the socially elite in his quest to remain untouched by his beginnings and venture into the underbelly of New York City. Steers has said that he originally wanted to write this as a novel instead of a movie, and the prose-like quality of the story comes through very well. This film is most reminiscent in tone to the writings of Augusten Burroughs, thanks to the lead character's rebellion from his family, being young and yet casual about sex, and living in different places but not having a clear home. His story starts with his father being diagnosed as schizophrenic, and his mother committing him to a home. Igby flunks out of prep schools, eventually landing himself in military school. He runs away to New York to meet up with an artist that his godfather is seeing behind his wife's back. The artist in question (Peet) has many issues connected to her lover's animosity towards her, and this leads to her own breakdown, witnessed by Igby at several intervals. She also has a friend who is a cross-dressing performance artist, and Igby takes up with a former Columbia student turned waitress, forming a kind of oddly arranged family in the city. His brother ultimately intervenes, and his mother, but Igby only flees them time and again, trying to run from his mother's bitter tirades, his brother's conservative and mature musings on his state, and his informal family crumbling before his eyes. This hits particularly strongly when it comes to Igby shifting between places to sleep as everyone unwinds around him, making his life unstable and yet tentatively epic. This dysfunction is well captured in a very composed performance from Kieran Culkin, another indie rave performance from Amanda Peet, a very low key and yet memorable one from Ryan Philippe, and Claire Danes in yet another role as a disenchanted young woman with her own severe problems. I guarantee that this film will make you swoon for the literary works of Kerouac, Burroughs, and Salinger.
Bloodmarsh K (ru) wrote: It's ''The Howling'' but much worse.
Steve S (nl) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***
Rob B (au) wrote: this is great a total contender to godzilla from the start
Kenneth B (es) wrote: Quite an inventive horror film inspired by the work of The Bard. Vincent Price is in his element whilst the devilish murder scenes make for an enjoyable romp.