Peter Devereaux is a former CIA agent who is asked by the man he worked for to extract a woman who is in Russia and is presently close to a man running for President, who is believed to have committed crimes during the Chechen war. But when he approachs Alice he realizes that has something shady behind. How will Devereaux decide? Will he kill Alice or oppose to the CIA? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Kiran A (us) wrote: A good job altogether with the movie... gives a good idea of the pre equal liberties time and the hardships of a black woman in a white dominated United States ...
Raji K (nl) wrote: Jason Bateman and Olivia Wilde star in The Longest Week. Bateman is Conrad Valmont, the son of wealthy parents that has recently been cut off. Despite being unable to continue his lavish lifestyle, he pretends to do so instead. He comes across Beatrice Fairbanks (Wilde) and the two hit it off much to the chagrin of his best friend Dylan Tate (Billy Crudup) who is also interested in her. Over the course of a week the two go through quite a bit of dating, sex and seem hopelessly in love. Conrad's therapist Barry tries to ease him into the relationship as Conrad has a history of not valuing women or finding he has no luck with them. He still continues to hide that he is broke even there are several moments where he should give up the charade. The story does not offer much beyond this romance over the course of the week. In so many ways the Longest Week was like a poorly made Wes Anderson film. The film's narrator seems just like one from a film and the cutting and styling of the film has his sense of timing. The film's director Peter Glanz however falls well short of coming close to the genius of Anderson or making the film original or entertaining enough to stand on his own merit. Despite a decent cast the film felt like it did not meet the potential it could have and likely will leave the audience feeling disconnected. It is not surprising this film fell way below the radar. -1.26.2017
Kyle J (jp) wrote: "Seriously?" -everybody ever to watch this movie, every 5 minutes.
Claudette A (de) wrote: A very sad story of an attractive young woman who was found dead in her flat after 3 years. No-one noticed she was missing! No-one looked for her! No-one cared! Personally I think she was going through depression and this is what caused her isolation.
Stephen C (ru) wrote: The stars mean nothing. This is not a movie.
Oscar S (ca) wrote: i understand this is meant to lightly amuse and teach the young religious values. but u can at least have put a "mustard seed" of effort?
Travis T (ag) wrote: This is the Brian Regan I love - better than his follow-up, Epitome of Hyperbole.
Judge L (ag) wrote: Great adaptation of a good book! Being a Red Sox fan since early '86 made this one even that much more enjoyable.
Skyler B (es) wrote: Well well well... QuickRate finally brought this one in... I will simply say this: Paul Reubens.
Vineeta S (jp) wrote: A good set-up, but nothing is actually resolved.(which was a huge waste of Shabana Azmi.)
Daniel D (gb) wrote: I've been pretty conflicted on what to rate The Exterminating Angel, on one side I felt compelled to give it a "positive" rating and bump it up half a star, but then I look at other films I have given this rating and almost all of them are better. The issue I had with this film is it kind of goes in streaks, of scenes I love and scenes I find dispensable. When it began, it felt somewhat choppy- I later understood the purpose of this- but regardless that is the affect it gave, making it hard to get into. Once the story began about the group of bourgeoisie members trapped in tan upscale room, it had many funny lines and ironic scenes. But as the film went along I felt that I was trapped in the same prison the characters were in, and just like everyone in the room wanted to get away from these idiots. By the time the hallucinations began I started enjoying the comedic work again, but there was a long point in the film where I couldn't wait for it to end. While I found the comedy successful the surrealism was clear but not effective. I love surrealistic pieces like Eraserhead or Un Chien Andalou- which Bunuel himself contributed too. But all the ones I love are eerie, dark, and symbolic. The surrealism in The Exterminating Angel, silly and weird but not eerie, dark, or symbolic. Bunuel has two obsession in his films, Christianity and the bourgeoisie. While there are funny moments regarding both categories, I can't distinguish his statement on either. Was the point that the bourgeoisie were becoming the working class, they once couldn't understand? Are they now the ones that are trapped, like their inferiors were once? That's the most I understood, but even their I can't complete the puzzle.
Guillaume H (mx) wrote: Good fan service and an ok amount of references to what we love but as much as the originals all had the charm of the best of the 80's and early 90's, this one suffers with everything the early 00's have to offer; leads that are too pretty for anyone to identify with, tired sarcastic dialogues, really not cool stoners and 5 years too late ravers. At points it forgets to even pretend to have a plot and becomes WWF between monsters. Every good idea is treated like an afterthought when, had they been true to the freddy series, they should have been the core.. Also i dont mind a bit of silly but stupid is not the same. Most of the time when they aim for classic Freddy creepiness, they miss. It's just my personal opinion but this should have been more Freddy than Jason as almost any slasher can do jason but only Freddy can do Freddy.
Brandon M (gb) wrote: Cool mainstream film ??! Loved it all the same.
Adam W (gb) wrote: Great comedy/raod-trip/boxing movie. Its all about character and it is payed off with a great fight at the end. Woody & Antonio are superb in this. Lolita Davidovitch is annoying.
Andrew K (kr) wrote: Dunno why this is considered a cult classic. I liked the first five minutes.
Kevin L (au) wrote: Quite predictable and the foil is pretty cartoon-y / ridiculous, but I understand why people thought Colin Farrell was a star in the making after this great turn in a pseudo-vietnam movie (that never leaves state-side. Okay to catch on TV, but no need to run out and see it.
James H (au) wrote: What a sorry ass excuse for a movie. So badly acted, so numbingly dumb. Awful in every way. It is just an attempt to capitalize on the success of Animal House. Food fights, toga parties and a John Belushi type character. Ugh!