President Alberto Fujimori risked everything to win Peru's war on terror, but in doing so became an international fugitive, wanted for corruption, kidnapping and murder. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Fall of Fujimori
President Alberto Fujimori risked everything to win Peru's war on terror, but in doing so became an international fugitive, wanted for corruption, kidnapping and murder.
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Karsh D (fr) wrote: Awful film. Made no sense and no horror. Truly bad
Yousef S (kr) wrote: Watched this movie with the intent of being a bloody good cannibalistic movie. I don't know much of the cast apart from Stormare, So I seldom have any preconceived associations on the acting. Paul D'Amour certainly brings his Tool influences for the maniacal score that has me sitting put just to hear what's next. As for writer, director Jeff Buhler, all I can say he is one step away of being another Master of Gore.
Kervin S (mx) wrote: This movie's significance is that it documents this incredible true story. But that's also its the problem. Although there was a gross injustice done, there wasn't much drama. The camera work does not stand out, we aren't moved by insightful dialog, nor does anyone grow, or fall in love, etc. But in the end I was happy I learnt of this historic trial.
Paula K (us) wrote: A beautiful, disturbing, haunting look at mental illness, love, religion, and devotion.
Bryan N (mx) wrote: Monsters area bit cheesy, but the acting is good and the story is decent.
Scott M (br) wrote: A car that kills people. But it also transforms a geek into a ladies man. The ending wasn't as good as I'd wished, but still its a good movie.
Art S (gb) wrote: Probably seen as racy for its time, Claude Chabrol's tale of a love triangle between two women and a man is actually anything but. Instead, it drifts along in that French way, hinting at dominance and submission, aggression and passivity -- although the title doesn't mean The Bitches but rather The Does. Indeed, we see the young woman (called "Why") drawing a doe on the pavement during the prologue to the film. Across the film, she changes her personality as she is adopted and then rejected by both the woman (Frederique, Stephane Audran) and the man (Jean-Louis Trintignant). The ending, perhaps inevitable, doesn't quite come off, because this personality transformation doesn't quite feel right. Still, the film is odd and even bewitching at times, since it doesn't telegraph where it is going.
Evan H (es) wrote: Such a good musical!
David S (gb) wrote: Fun silly nonsense with lots of ABBA songs
Harry W (kr) wrote: Being the first action film to function as a feature-length first-person shooter, Hardcore Henry sounded like a hell of an experience.As cool as the film sounds, Hardcore Henry walks a tricky wire. The film's central gimmick surrounding the entire film is the fact that it is a feature length action thriller stylized after a popular genre of video game. As a result, the success of the film will ultimately be determined solely based on its value as an action-driven guilty pleasure.Hardcore Henry cannot help but feel heavily like the Jason Statham action vehicle Crank (2006). Both films are intentionally stylized to be fast-paced cinematic video games about a protagonist who must maintain his energy levels for survival as he kills so many people in his path. However, Crank stands out as a superior film for a number of reasons. In becoming an entirely first-person story, Hardcore Henry forsakes the gimmick of star power stemming from the actor playing the titular character. Crank's manic energy functioned on the basis of the fact that it was Jason Statham conducting it all whereas in Hardcore Henry we never see any other perspective than the eyes of the titular character. As a result there is no sense of identity to the story nor is there any major star power to carry it. And since the film is bent on pretending it has some kind of a story, this becomes an issue. When the film attempts to put in any kind of actual plot or background story, it comes off as obligatory and shamelessly generic. Shamefully, this turns out to constitute a fair quantity of the film. There is no accomplishment with the script or narrative, but there is with the action scenes. And so when the former gets in the way of the latter, its just prevents Hardcore Henry from reaching its full potential. The story in Hardcore Henry continues to proceed on as if anyone could honestly care about it regardless of the fact that it has no characters of interest or any kind of original plot twists. The implementation of science fiction elements certainly helps to compliment the visual style of the film in certain parts, but in essence the only reason audiences have come to see Hardcore Henry is purely for the action gimmicks. So anything that gets in the way of that, particularly when it's as pretentious and dramatically listless as the story, simply interferes with the good time audiences should be having. It's understandable that some kind of story has to be present as a means of ensuring that the story fills a feature-length running time, but the story in Hardcore Henry goes beyond being strictly obligatory but fails to reach innovative territory, ultimately lingering awkwardly in the middle.When it comes to the action scenes in the film, Hardcore Henry really delivers on its ambitions. Despite its exceedingly low production budget, the film never feels cheap because the visual style of the film is done with expertise. The small aspects of production design that help to give the film a science fiction feeling prove to work their way into the film naturally while the rest of the feature occurs without problem. The practical nature of the film gives it the feeling of a very real experience, even when the film uses CGI which ultimately proves to moderate itself well enough not to interfere with the practical side of the feature. Sometimes the cuts can get frustrating. This isn't because the action ends up looking choppy like conventional Hollywood action cinema, but more so because the film's first-person ambitions require the dominance of single-take long shots to maintain the realistic edge that Ilya Naishuller is aiming for. Obviously that's an extremely difficult task, but when during any action scene there is a sudden cut to what is happening several seconds later it interferes with the general flow of the sequence. And during many scenes, the cinematography finds itself getting a bit too shaky to easily make sense of things. So there are a few moments where the camera is a bit unstable or jolty with its editing, but they are rare among a collection of superior moments. The majority of the time, Hardcore Henry makes use of its FPS gimmick and gives audiences a clear perspective on the stunts with a full sense of how to make a distinctive impact. Hardcore Henry makes a powerful use between visual effects and actual hands on practicality with its stunts, offering an experience of sheer intensity in a glorious form. During some of the most high octane stunts, particularly the ones that integrate elements of physical combat and parkour into them, the absolute realism in the action gives it a powerful edge if realism. With the film maximizing its production values into a collection of action scenes ripe with memorable imagery, the experience ends up being a worthy viewing pleasure for fans of action cinema. And the musical score for the film helps to ensure that it carries an intense dramatic atmosphere while the action itself is naturally able to carry a sense of humour about And even though there are no characters worthy of interest in the film, audiences can nevertheless get a kick out of the presence of Sharlto Copley. The actor has a strong talent for portraying unhinged characters which he brings to Hardcore Henry without a second thought, shamelessly reaching for his over-the-top energy and delivering it in an unapologetic manner. His role is brief, but amid a collection of generic stock characters he stands out as the only one with any kind of discernible identity which ends up being his defining trait. The actor's distinct glory makes an appearance in Hardcore Henry, and it brings more to the humourous edge to the film..Hardcore Henry's insistence on pretending that it has any kind of an actual plot proves to drag on through generic territory, but the sheer fun its many innovative action scenes proves enough to deliver the goods to genre junkies.