In the supernatural thriller The Objective, writer-director Daniel Myrick locates the action in a remote mountain region on Afghanistan, where a team of US Special Ops forces is dispatched with the ostensible orders of locating an influential Muslim cleric. While on the mission they find themselves lost in a Middle Eastern 'Bermuda Triangle' of ancient evil and faced with an enemy that none of them could have imagined.
- Stars:Jonas Ball, Matthew R. Anderson, Jon Huertas, Michael C. Williams, Sam Hunter, Jeff Prewett, Kenny Taylor, Chems-Eddine Zinoune, Qzaibar Allal, Hammou Abaou, Rkia Chkaroll, Ibtihal Iataren, El Hayrani Lekbir, P. David Miller, Vanessa Johansson,
- Director:Daniel Myrick,
- Writer:Daniel Myrick (screenplay), Mark A. Patton (screenplay), Wesley Clark (screenplay), Daniel Myrick (story), Mark A. Patton (story)
A military special operations team, led by a CIA case officer, are on a mission in the harsh and hostile terrain of Afghanistan where they find themselves in a Middle Eastern "Bermuda Triangle" of ancient evil. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(it) wrote: The plot is annoyingly messy.. I watched it more because I admire the composer's music.
(au) wrote: Absurd, funny and endearing. Fun to watch, but it drops the ball when it comes to addressing the incredible worthlessness of all the men in the village.
(br) wrote: An extremely well-made documentary. It exposes the complete and utter failure of the Diebold voting machines, and hints at the possibility that they were, in fact, rigged from the beginning. The latter is more of a conspiracy theory that could be made into another documentary altogether. As for this film, it is concerned simply with informing you that the voting system is no where near perfect, and desperately needs reform or regulation. Voting should not be privatized, and that's exactly what Diebold and ES&S want to do.It would have received five stars instead of four-and-a-half if there had been more information. For as much information as they gave, they left an awful lot of relevant information out as well regarding other companies. This film seems like just an attack on Diebold, but other voting systems have just as many problems if not more.My favorite part was the 90-second hack into the voting system she showed to Howard Dean on national television. As Jello says, "Don't hate the media, become the media!"
(jp) wrote: Boring backstory (13) TO OWN
(br) wrote: For what seems like a low-budget film that no one really knows about, this one isn't half-bad. They have a good film concept, but the action or horror that you would expect from a film like this isn't really there. It is a decent film, but that is all you can give it. There is not much excitement or anything too notable about this film. The acting, for the most part, is actually surprisingly well done.
(au) wrote: I want to play football now! United!!!
(fr) wrote: This is one of my favorite films, the beauty captured in this film is breath taking. It also depicks brasilain men pretty well...
(de) wrote: They actually made a computer game out of this movie...
(au) wrote: another masterpiece from Agatha Christie...
(de) wrote: There's a LOT of technobabble in this film. There are entire scenes consisting of people checking all the various equipment. Some of these scenes work, but others are painfully slow. This movie takes a long time to get going, but once it does, it's an entertaining space thriller. Gene Hackman is especially good as one of the marooned astronauts. The final 20 minutes or so are truly suspenseful (I kept yelling out loud at the screen) and are a mostly satisfying conclusion to the long build-up.
(au) wrote: Before the credits roll we see a young boy struck down and killed by a hit-and-run driver. The boy's (possibly widowed) father rushes to him, vowing to kill the driver of the car. Thus begins an inevitably sombre film that again reveals director Claude Chabrol's fascination with Hitchcock's methods and themes. Our "hero" has no trouble finding the killer and getting close to him by seducing his sister-in-law. The quietly perverse obsession is reminiscent of the similar (but different) compulsion of Jimmy Stewart in Vertigo; but here we get to hear Michel Duchaussoy's thoughts in voiceover and he writes them down in a diary. The killer (Jean Yanne) turns out to be truly awful, a real prick that no one can stand, but who has power and money. The stage is set for suspense, as we wait (and wait and wait) for Duchaussoy to make a move. His cool dispassionate demeanor doesn't give much away, but still a cat-and-mouse game evolves. When the cops show up for the denouement, things are not quite settled (Chabrol does revel in ambiguity) but weighty moral questions have been aired out. All told, this is not quite the thriller it seems but not Bergman either.
(ag) wrote: great movie but not so much historical.
(ca) wrote: "Por que voc quer tanto isso?....Porque disseram que eu no conseguiria!"
(ag) wrote: Well it's certainly has Darren written all over it
(ru) wrote: Loved it for the simple tale that it is.
(jp) wrote: Cleanse your soul. What if this were to happen for real? We need this. This kind of behavior is immoral. All thoughts that you will find racing through your head as you take the irresistible ride through the eyes of a family just trying to survive the night. From the beginning you are faced with the Sandin clan who are placed in an impossible situation, either give up "the homeless swine" who has found refuge within their homes or face inevitability. The film deals with the element of morality and ultimately forces the family's patriarch, Ethan Hawke's character James to make sacrifices. The film proves that no matter the situation, no matter how much money or isolation you can provide, no one is every completely safe, not from their friends nor complete strangers. The thrill of the Purge are fueled by hatred and our own intense desires to release our inner beast!
(ru) wrote: Much like all the rest of Terrence Malick's work, you can't slap it with labels like 'good' or 'bad'. It simply exists for whatever purpose find in it. It's a movie about love, and the difference the vice of lust and the joy of love. No, there's no narrative strength, but Malick is a non-narrative filmmaker. He doesn't tell stories, he writes poetry, and the only way he knows to do it is with images.The casual movie viewer isn't any less intelligent or perceptive for not enjoying this movie. I know plenty of fellow filmmakers that don't care for Terrence Malick's work, but, if you have the time, and you're willing to pick things apart, than you'll, at the very least, be compelled by TO THE WONDER.