A former cop's ex-wife marries a stockbroker, who it turns out has cheated the Mafia out of a large sum of money. They kidnap the wife to force the husband to pay the money back. The ex-cop... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Last Hour
A former cop's ex-wife marries a stockbroker, who it turns out has cheated the Mafia out of a large sum of money. They kidnap the wife to force the husband to pay the money back. The ex-cop has to rescue her.
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Brad S (de) wrote: Very subtle but engrossing storytelling for me. I can see why other people don't care for it, but it's charms worked on me.
Andrew L (kr) wrote: Chi-Leung Lo and Derek Lee make a police murder mystery film with two strong lead actors of Nicholas Tse and Ching Wan Lau, however the film has a very routine type of "who done it" theme with an ending that needed to be cut out in the final print. Althought the film isn't entirely boring with some good elements and humor, but the story isn't all that interesting by having one person to be so greedy all he wants is to be the next chief of police. Only one smart thing that was in the story and the way how it was written was the way how the mastermind covered up the killings was one smart and creative way. Another good element is the artistic designs of the sets and costumes with some good & beautiful cinematography and smooth film editing.
Angie C (ca) wrote: I love Stephen Moyer, but this movie sucked big time.
Ahmed M (ag) wrote: I don't know why I waited so long to watch these animated movies. I thought they would be bad, as they are animated. But I was very wrong. It feels just like a movie, (it is one, but a movie like Batman Begins) as it has a lot of action and a very interesting story. The action is even better than some Hollywood blockbuster movies I've seen.
Amy H (it) wrote: this movie sucked big time. totally low grade. i'm sorry i wasted my time watching it.
David M (ca) wrote: Mediocre horror flick that tries it's hand at some psychological thrills but only suceeds in being predictable.
Alexander C (jp) wrote: Could be worth a look interesting story there.
Lee M (ru) wrote: A gay tragedy in three acts and more than a dozen excellent songs, "House of Boys" conveys an emotional honesty that almost overrides its dated style.
Sammi L (de) wrote: Don't know where the videogames or gender issues really came into this film, however as with other instalments of the Cremaster films, number 4 remained weird enough throughout to keep the interest.
Anna Q (us) wrote: Cut the big, fat, stinky cheese!
Sam M (nl) wrote: Such a good film. You could convince one to believe it's true facts and history.
Ben L (fr) wrote: A few years ago I saw a musical theater production of this story, so it was kind of odd to see just how similar this film is to that stage play. It takes a fun look at the behind-the-scenes life of a 1950s live variety show. There's a great deal of humor mostly brought by Peter O'Toole who plays the part of an aging action movie star who has difficulty staying out of trouble when he's off camera. Joseph Bologna is also entertaining as the star of the variety show, because he is basically the polar opposite of O'Toole's character. He is a tough customer and completely in control behind the scenes of his show, but when the cameras start to roll he loses his cool. Mark Linn-Baker is supposed to be the protagonist in the middle of all this chaos, but he kind of gets overshadowed by all the big personalities around him (including his own family.) This works, though, because that is exactly what should be happening to his character. There are a ton of other great character actors littered throughout the cast, and I found the overall film to be funny and definitely a breeze to watch. I guess my biggest problem is that, since I knew the entire plot coming in because of the musical, I thought the movie was just a little forgettable. In a matter of months I will probably struggle to remember which parts came from the stage and which parts came from the screen. But if you are interested in the story, this is a fun film that I think will entertain the whole family.
Deb S (ru) wrote: The dramatization of the events surrounding the Mountain Meadows Massacre of the ill-fated wagon train pulls no punches nor waters down the horror of the events that occurred on that other September 11th (of 1857). My only hope is that the film portrayed what happened as accurately as possible and does not provoke the very anger and fear and paranoia it seems to be aiming to depict, on both sides of the fence. There is no defense for the men who committed the act for we can never know what it was like for either the victims or the perpetrators of such a heinous crime but to have this atrocity horribly blamed on the Pauite Indians is sad indeed. Jon Voight is darn scary in his role as an overzealous Mormon bishop and Terence Stamp gave a superb performance as well. I felt repulsed by the movie as I watched it but I'll recommend it for those avid "History Buff" fans.