Without the security of the job he wants or the future he dreamed of, Paul Dynan plans the perfect crime to help his struggling family – abduct the socialite children of three wealthy men and collect a ransom of $3-million dollars. Over the course of one long night, Paul and his accomplices hold the rich kids hostage awaiting the ransom with little idea of the secrets that will surface between the fathers when they are forced to choose between their children and their money.
Desperate for cash, a recent college graduate (Kevin Zegers) kidnaps three children and demands a $3 million ransom. Unfortunately for him, the bitter infighting between his three affluent targets is about to blow the plan sky high, and offer a painful lesson in the perils of crime. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: Really loved this! I would definitely recommend it to just about anyone. 4.5 stars
(nl) wrote: Though the cover clearly stated Braveheart with a nod to The Last of the Mohicans, it doesn't take a brain surgeon to see just how much like those two films Warriors of the Rainbow is and yet, very different at the same time.The film is full of action, brutal, brutal action complete with decapitations so action fans should easily get something from this. It's also educational as it tells a piece of Japanese/Taiwanese history that I didn't know about. Where the film falters is in the fact that it tries to do too much. There are so many tribes, so many events, and most are given equal importance in the film making it difficult to distinguish who's doing what and when. Add on a weird side story between the leader of the rebels Mouna Rudo and a long time tribal enemy/friend and you find the film getting distracted at times as it strays from the main story to add little bits of information to this side story... but the side story didn't need to be told.Warriors of the Rainbow had plenty of problems and it's a miracle it ever got finished which may explain some of the problems but one thing is certain, the scale of the picture is massive and yet it still manages to deliver a high level of drama and feeling of loss.
(it) wrote: Who goes on a scavenger Hunt for boxers? Anyway this is so worth a rental=)
(jp) wrote: His best artworks honestly, playing with psychological darkness of man, and plus genius silent film which merely as an additional frame but powerful
(ca) wrote: for a horror flick it was alright don't let the kids watch it lots of sexual preferences and some nudity
(us) wrote: Ally Sheedy was just grate
(de) wrote: Pretty much an offensive film towards Women and victims of rape. With deadpan direction and awful acting this film is totally rubbish.
(es) wrote: This is pretty bad from almost every movie-making perspective. The only positive thing noteworthy is that the main characters appear to be trying very hard; they actually appear to be trying to act well. The problems are many - a tired premise, unnecessary over-reactions to some situations, inappropriate under-reactions to others, poor dialogue, disjointed scenes, unevolved characterization, some poor camera shots (a couple surprisingly good considering the whole), sound-in-space illogic, and a wholly unsurprising finale. So much suspension of disbelief is required (such as the level of security at a critical government agency), the viewer will give up early and take none of this seriously. Perhaps it wasn't meant to be taken seriously. This has to have been cheaply made and looks to be a film school project. At least it is short at 1:13.
(au) wrote: The concept is fascinating in theory and the film itself is gorgeous, but the terrible pacing, banal dialogue, clunky plotting, and bland characters make it an unlikable descent into tedium.
(ru) wrote: Yankee Doodle Dandy is an excellent patriotic musical that rides almost entirely on the superb performance of James Cagney (Though the rest of the cast is also great). The story is well written, the musical and dance numbers are catchy, it's funny when it wants to be, and it also has solid moments of drama that are carefully placed in the right spots. It's great musical that also serves as a love letter to America unabashedly. Some might criticize it for being propaganda, but screw those people in all honesty. If you enjoy a good musical, this is one to check out.
(ag) wrote: Hokey Civil War film. Great costuming, but it seemed as though there were historical inaccuracies (would teenagers have really been making out in public in 1864? Did VMI look exactly like it does today during the Civil War? These are not even the most major points). The love plot line was not believable. Good attempt and worth seeing if one is interested in such topics, but not worth seeing if not interested in the Civil War.