The Domino Effect
If global economy came to a sudden stop what would be the effect on families worldwide? People in different countries or continents might not seem to be interrelated but there is more than meets the eye and we might be more connected than we sometimes like to think.
- Stars:Paul Giamatti, Macha Grenon, Cassandra Forêt, Charlotte Eugène Guibeaud, Marie Bos, Bianca Maria D'Amato, Harry Cleven, Jean-Michel Vovk, Bernard Marbaix, Thomas Bonzani, François Cognard, Delphine Brual, Jean Secq, Béatrice Butler, Charles Forzani, Benjamin Guyot, Yves Fostier, Theo James, Tiya Sircar, James D'Arcy, Nathaniel Parker, Manish Dayal, Sakina Jaffrey, Harriet Walter, David Hayman, Jelka van Houten, John Sessions, Richard Lintern, Robert de Hoog, Jordan Trovillion, Isabella Gielniak, Miguel Gomez,
- Country:UK, Netherlands
- Director:Paula van der Oest,
- Writer:Paula van der Oest (screenplay)
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The Domino Effect torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: where do I can see it?
(br) wrote: Perhaps the most unconventional male-bonding movie ever but an utterly believable portrait of the panic that comes with unmet expectations in life.
(it) wrote: ever since the undisputably great "Bowling for Columbine" Moore's movies became gradually worse. And this is now the bottom. It's just about him, him, him and people applauding him. Plain booooooooring. I'm not even sure if it deserve half a star.
(fr) wrote: Hard hitting self- destructive plot. Christian Bale throws himself fully into the character of Jim Davis.
(ag) wrote: I cant wait for the third one! Dusk Watch
(nl) wrote: The film offers a heartbreaking drama told in reverse chronology and spanning twenty years in both the life of the main character and the political history of Korea.
(de) wrote: Alright, that Vivian Leigh bait-and-switch is historically great storytelling, and filmmaking. There's no question. The rest of the movie, though? It's pretty good. Everything I read says that Hitch was obsessed with keeping the final twist a secret, but I get the sense that he was more concerned with making it seem like Leigh is the protagonist so as to heighten the impact of that shower scene. Of course it works, like gangbusters (I can only imagine the incredible shock one would have received watching this thing blind), but he seems to lose a little interest after that, and it becomes something a little more conventional, and even sometimes bad, specifically with the psychiatrist who will simply not shut the fuck up.
(fr) wrote: An enjoyable comedy that reunites A Gish Called Wanda's winning team.
(es) wrote: As it was the sequel to one of Chuck Norris' most defining films even though it was a parody of Rambo: First Blood Part II, Missing in Action 2: The Beginning was definitely worth seeing.The thing that made Missing in Action good was the fact that it was a relentlessly patriotic action film which was very over the top in an attempt to capitalise on the success of Rambo: First Blood Part II, but Missing in Action 2: The Beginning is not of the same calibre. The film is about characters stuck in an illegal POW camp dealing with the drama of being forced to stay there. It's more of a prsion film than an action one, and nobody looks at a film like Missing in Action 2: The Beginning and says "I want to see the film for its dramatic virtues". Missing in Action 2: The Beginning is a film where viewers would want action, and the word action is even in the tit;le. But the quantity of it is just insufficient. Aside from about 10 seconds worth of gunshots at the start of the film, there are actually no real action sequences in the film until an hour into the running time, and by that point it is likely that viewers have decided that the film is a bad one. Missing in Action was bad in parts, but the action scenes and the fact that it was such a patriotic Chuck Norris film is the thing that made it entertaining enough. With Missing in Action 2: The Beginning, its doesn't even seem like the filmmakers were really trying. All they had to do was stage a lot of explosions and guns blazing, but instead they attempted to make Missing in Action 2: The Beginning a deep film. In case director Lance Hool didn't realise it, Missing in Action was a shallow action film which took ideas from Rambo: First Blood Part II and made itself all about the action. Maybe if Missing in Action 2: The Beginning was released before Missing in Action like originally intended it could have been better because then the film could have built its own legacy as a Chuck Norris drama. But since the expectation is a lot of action, viewers should set themselves up to be disappointed by Missing in Action 2: The Beginning. There is little action, and what there actually is proves to be awful. Aside from the fact that it has next to none of the iconic traits of action from a Chuck Norris film, it is just packed with lame stunts and a distinct lack of any fun. That is the real problem with Missing in Action 2: The Beginning. It has no fun whatsoever, and is just boring as hell because it attempts to be a drama which it never had a chance of succeeding as and because it all feels so artificial.In one scene where a character gets shot through the side of the head in slow motion you can actually see how pathetically fake it all is, and in most of the physical confrontation scenes you can see lame movements poorly disguised as acts of violence with lacklustre editing and terrible acting. Missing in Action 2: The Beginning is an example of essentially nothing but wasted potential, with one example being the fact that the scenery is great. Everything in Missing in Action 2: The Beginning has the appropriate look to actually seem like a Vietnam war prison film, but it ends up being too focused on the cheaper elements which actually do nothing for the film whatsoever, and so the colour of the film ends up driving itself into being nothing but a dull visual experience.And Chuck Norris actually receives way too little screen time for him to be credited as the lead in Missing in Action 2: The Beginning. I mean, the film shows so many characters in the POW without any of them being all that compelling. It is hard even to give a crap about Chuck Norris' character, and when that is a problem you know that a film is bad. In Missing in Action, you see Chuck Norris going guns blazing into the Vietnamese forests to rescue POW's in a perfectly hollow story of patriotism and "America being the heroes against the corrupt Charlies". In Missing in Action 2: The Beginning, you have to deal with nothing but him whining about being stuck in a camp for the entire film, and it is hard to feel any sympathy for him because caring about him is just not worth it at all. Chuck Norris does not put up much of a fight at all in Missing in Action 2: The Beginning, and when he does it rarely rises above being tedious at best. The entertainment value in Missing in Action 2: The Beginning was seriously lacking, below any kind of standard you may have expected. Chuck Norris fans are likely to be disappointed with Missing in Action 2: The Beginning, particularly after the low bar set up by Missing in Action which was still too high for director Lance Hool to reach. I do not actually understand how though because all he had to do was create some good action scenes and get on with his day, but he was too caught up attempting to make it a serious drama film that he forgot he was filming a Chuck Norris movie. Audiences didn't forget it, and they have to suffer through it for 100 minutes of wasted time.So Missing in Action 2: The Beginning is a boring film which takes the name of Chuck Norris and completely fails to pay it back with enough action whatsoever or any that is of good quality, and it instead spends more time dominated by poor acting, weak plotting and generic melodrama instead of the fun action scenes which made its predecessor entertaining and therefore fails to live up to the name of a blatant rip-off of the second film in the Rambo series.
(nl) wrote: a very fun movie to watch.
(gb) wrote: A fantastic and touching tale of human desperation.
(it) wrote: remake of the far better 'four daughters'
(br) wrote: I thought this Carry On was great! Preceding Blazing Saddles by a number of years, this film skewers a lot of cowboy movie cliches. Sidney James is always great, but it's Kenneth Williams who totally steals the show here.
(nl) wrote: Decent action flick. Liked Holyphont's character and how he changed by being in the girl's company.