A multicultural band of acrobatic do-gooders take on gangsters of three great nations in this action-packed sequel to the French box-office smash Yamakasi. The Yamakasi are a team of crime fighters who can scale buildings and urban towers with the ease of a fly walking up the wall; after leaving their home base in Paris to set up operations in England, the men decide to set up a satellite facility
Writer:Bruno Guiblet (dialogue), Philippe Lyon (scenario & dialogue), Charles Perrière, Julien Seri
A multicultural band of acrobatic do-gooders take on gangsters of three great nations in this action-packed sequel to the French box-office smash Yamakasi. The Yamakasi are a team of crime fighters who can scale buildings and urban towers with the ease of a fly walking up the wall; after leaving their home base in Paris to set up operations in England, the men decide to set up a satellite facility . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Gabriel C (us) wrote: A rollercoaster of emotions and decisions. Defines how far a person will go and the true meaning of friendship. I like how real it feels. The director gives you one point of you view and sometimes the silence it's saying quite a lot.
Isaiah H (jp) wrote: One of the greatest films ever made...
Loucindy W (br) wrote: This goes on the list of worst films for me. What was the point? This was just a selfish, self-indulgent jerk making excuses for his cruelty in his past relationships. I don't even believe this guy was a sex-addict, but rather a person who couldn't see past his own needs to someone else's. And then he eventually went to sex addicts anonymous because he had no better way of explaining his behavior to himself or others. The end is the topper. He gives the typical sexists "siren song" explanation basically blaming all the women he was with for not being woman enough for him. And this film just continues to give him a forum for indulging himself.
FilmGrinder S (mx) wrote: American tourists and the Yogaslavian rail road vs. Satan and followers. Love those miniture shots. "SHE'S NOT A VIRGIN!"-Old Woman (Olga Poznatoz)
Collette R (au) wrote: Great westerns are far, and few! This is a classic! Young Kevin Costner is a shweeeet!
Ian W (kr) wrote: Seeing as I am enjoying the TV series I decided to check this out. Clearly this serves as a rough draft and inspiration for Jurassic Park. Easily to see why this inspired the likes of The Terminator as well.
Christopher L (de) wrote: Trashterpiece! <3Starring my mom, Divine.
Alec L (es) wrote: A benchmark of classic Hollywood, cinematic romance, set and costume design and epic filmmaking. No film may be more ingrained in the American subconscious.
Ken S (us) wrote: The jewel heist is almost an afterthought to this movie...it's not really a movie where you ask "why" this is happening...but "what" is...and how well that's executed.
RayNormanBateman (br) wrote: I feel that this is another harshly judged comic to movie adaptation. Once again the critics and fans cry because The Punisher isn't exactly like in the comics, forgetting that he is not a big character like Spiderman is or the X-Men. This is a cheap budget attempt and for what it is, it is really entertaining. I enjoyed seeing Ray as the punisher, he brings something different to Jane's punisher. He is bigger, looks tougher and definitely looks meaner. This is another character that has been harshly judged in the movie world. I think comparing the last two punisher films to lets say the shambolic Ghost Rider, you'd realise that this is actually not so bad. It definitely is better than the new Fantastic Four and how much did that cost?
Mana G (de) wrote: almost made me read the bible...
Martin R (kr) wrote: Rob Zombie unleashes his inner-Kubrick in "The Lords of Salem," well, he tries to. Some of the shots are wide and colorful; eye candy that few directors can pull off. The question is: is the [surprisingly] good direction of the film enough to give it a positive review? I'm leaning towards no and here's why. I'm starting to think that the biggest problem with Zombie's films is not the cast, the director, or the sound guy. The problem is the writer who *checks Wikipedia* just happens to be Rob Zombie, and that's really the biggest problem with "the Lords of Salem." The film has a destination, but it doesn't quite make it to the terminal on time. When the scenes are interesting (especially the last twenty minutes or so), like, yeah, they make the movie totally worth it. Sadly, the good stuff is few and far apart from each other; and on top of that, I never really cared about any of the characters. Wait...let me back up, I didn't care about any of the protagonists (I mean, Sheri Moon Zombie's character was soooo flat, although, it may just be a performance issue OR her husband's mehh writing); the antagonists are a different story. The witches [that opening dance scene tho] in "The Lords of Salem" are probably the creepiest witches ever (actually, I'll admit that one could make a case for the ones from "Scooby Doo and the Witch's Ghost" or "The Witches"). It's interesting because-and this is where Rob deserves some credit-Mr. Zombie knows how to make the audience love his villains, the problem is that we don't get to know anything about them. It's an unusual move, even for Zombie, since the guy did put out "The Devil's Rejects" after all. Even the violence and profanity is toned down, big shocker, right? "The Lords of Salem" is PG-13 in comparison to some of the extremities that Rob has gone to in his prior works. Just look at this poster (see below)-I actually thought that R.Z would try to up the ante in terms of the blood, but I get the feeling he's reserving that sort of blood splatter for his upcoming film, "31." Overall: with a better script, Zombie could have delivered a unique and terrifying masterpiece, but instead taking us into the room with Satan's cradle of filth, we barely make it to the gates of hell. *I watched this online on 3/12/15
Elijah M (ru) wrote: Cooties boast a talented cast and a clever script, but the story seems familiar and it lags throughout the movie. Thankfully you have Elijah Wood and Rain Wilson to carry a thin plot for a fresh take on zombie films.