The Power Of Few

The Power Of Few

Spies, cops and armed children cross paths on a day of danger, mystery and possible transformation. Five unusual characters are unknowingly connected to an extraordinary smuggling operation, as religious conspiracy collides with urban crime.

The Power of Few is an action film whose content is turned around the efforts of a mysterious smuggling line to steal an invaluable artifact. In a “fated day”, 5 people including: a spy, a cop, a holy fool, a child and a brigand are connected to an extraordinary smuggling operation. A story narrated by 5 ways, this film gives profound, all-sided view of many people in one fact. Film also shows the conflict between religion and city crime. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Pablo E (fr) wrote: La carta chilena a los Oscar nos trae una historia de violencia tpica chilena, la violencia del block (vivienda social), donde no dejan vivir tranquila a una familia por simplemente haber pedido de vuelta la mquina para realizar exmenes de diabetes. Muy bien transmitida la desesperacin del dueo de casa, en una pelcula que opta por la violencia cruda de buena manera.

Matt B (ru) wrote: I had kind of hoped this would be good. It started off interestingly enough. The build up had potential and then it just failed to deliver.

Charles S (br) wrote: little overt for me but a good theme and a tear jerker

Private U (ru) wrote: Magnificent. If you ever needed real proof that the Bush Administration deliberately lied to get us into war, look no further. They've interviewed over 20 people from the CIA, Dept. of Defense, AND foreign service to get the real scoop on the alleged pre-war intel about WMDs. Don't listen to Bill O'Reilly or Sean Hannity when they talk about the WMDs. Watch this movie and be informed, for once.

Bengel W (jp) wrote: Evil forces, the Catholic Church and mayhem will ensue. Cinematography gives an account of the mysterious and fears in heavy ladles giving good cause to jump. Actors scream well, a sign to the fear and pain that is being told in the story. Sets are magnificent creating a very believable time and place. Interesting question; Where did Satan fall, Answer Tartarus. Nibbles: Bruschetta

Alexander R (nl) wrote: Tom Selleck is charming, and the movie entertains. It's not a deep film, and things are a bit uneven in turns. Overall a light hearted forgettable romp.

Darrin C (fr) wrote: Not nearly as good as the first one with stories that seemed to be made in a hurry.

Jonny Jeremias S (br) wrote: Smokey & The Bandit 2 So, here we are again. This time I will cut the crap though, and get right to it. Ok, this movie was not as good as the original, simply because the script (or screenplay if you will) was poorly written. Not to mention the fact that it was basically the same as the first one. Still, it was a good movie and here is what is so good with it. It was filled with camaraderie, rivalry, fairly good contrasts and more of those factors that are important for a movie to be good, great, awesome or better. This one had more and better stunts than the first one had. If I am not completely wrong, which I very well may be with my memory-problem to call it that, it had fewer funny comments and moments, but those which were added to the movie were better than great and hilarious. *he said while chuckling inside*. There were some new characters and obviously some new actors in this one though. You had the brothers of the sheriff Buford.T. Justice, Reginald and Gaylord. Also officers of the law, and they are also sheriffs if I am not mistaken. And you have Joe Klecko as himself, meaning a mean, mean trucking machine doing his part to make the movie a blast. And it had some fine, fine music in it. One thing that the sequel had that the first one didn't is country legend Don Williams himself, in the flesh, which was a nice touch, not to mention all the other extremely likeable music in the movie. As I said it was not all goodies and candy bars. I mean, how likely is it that Buford can hear what they say on the radio sometimes, while sometimes he can't? Hm? That too drags the movie down a peck. And the other things I mentioned earlier in the review. Time to rap it up. It was good, not superb, but still a good movie, worth watching. It had comedy that makes you drop your glasses. And it has car and truck stunts so smashing, you have to pinch yourself to believe it. Not to mention love, temptation, a jealous pregnant elephant, an Italian alcoholic doctor whose worries about his patients in Miami suddenly disappeare at the same time as a bunch of hundred dollar bills appeared in his hand. It also had racing, betting, runaway brides, "Frogs", fat and lazy dogs and police cars flying, crashing, getting wrecked and actually getting dumped in the trash. Not to mention the beautiful black Trans-am that flies through the streets like a jet through the clouds in the sky. Alright then. Time for my rating, I am going to give this good movie, based on what's written above this, 6 out of 10 stars. Now goodnight, sleep tight and whatever you do, do not let them bedbugs bite. Peace & Love Yours Truly - J.J. Shevy

Barry N (de) wrote: Funny, but the confusing plot twists make this film not as good as it could've been.

Adrian S (it) wrote: Good old stuff that never grows old!

Matthew R (us) wrote: all out great action flick can't believe I have only just watched it for the first time ever today

Joshua M (gb) wrote: Most painful poetry. Exposing injustice, putting a face to atrocity, and refusing to restrict the moral narrative to politics or a particular culture, Railway Man drives a dagger deep, stirring questions within the soul, and providing certain answers which seem hard for Hollywood to grasp. Pat answers, popcorn, fiction and happy endings aren't always the way real life asserts itself. The problem of pain is a very real problem, and the conflicting and inconsistent narrative of the last several decades finds itself in want when attempting to address it. At it's heart, Railway Man, is the clash of the cultures. The empirical Japanese belief of the time was that the emperor was deity, and people of other tongue, tribe, and culture were lesser humans and should come under the domination of the Japanese. Interestingly, this narrative found itself entirely separate from the western conclusions of modern science, medicine and technology. Albeit, the logical conclusion and end of western thought, if not filtered through some kind of binary moral code, is the same belief held by the Japanese. The English found themselves finding honor in an enduring life, rather than in the 'undefeated' death mentality held by their opposers. Here, these cultures clash in a violent symphony that will shock the viewer and hopefully, break his heart at the reality of these events. In our time, we sometimes seem to argue against morality with reason. Something is simply true because one feels it is true. If truth is cited as truth beyond the mere self-authorizing claim, we tend to see it as empirical, narrow-minded, and sometimes even offensive. And yet, we are taught from a young age that it is the fittest, the fastest, the smartest, who survive. It is a dog-eat-dog world, after all. Japan attempted to be the fittest, and survive not only survive, but dominate the world. It did so on the broken backs of 'lesser men,' men like Eric Lomax and countless others. "No, this wasn't a tragedy. This was a crime." - Eric Lomax. Modern medicine, science, technology, they all seem to be the limb on which we are going out on, the leg on which we are leaning, and the savior in which we are putting our hopes. Society dreams of a time when cancer, war, injustice, and pain are done away with. We even fantasize about killing death itself. The question comes down to this: Why does it matter that Japan committed these crimes against humanity? Why can't we simply do away with moral authorities, binaries, narrow-minded truth claims, and become our own and final word as individuals? Won't technology lead us there? Will we not reach a time and place when it is as we have always dreamed? Films like this remind us that the logical outcome of Darwinism is a farce, and that the problem of pain goes so far beyond just a culture. Instinctively we understand that man is equal and that there are understood rules by which to play. In the end of the film, forgiveness takes root in Eric's heart. How and why are not addressed. The viewer does not ask those questions. But they are yearned to be realized. Healing is the product and new life springs again. Eric believed in right and wrong, as did Takeshi, the man who tortured him. Takeshi rejected his cultural narrative that the Japanese were a superior race, taking responsibilities for his crimes against humanity. Eric believed in forgiveness and did not require a debt of blood. Idealism will leave us feeling positive about this conclusion, but in our hearts, there may still be questions brewing that the film does not anticipate. In the end, we must challenge self-authorizing truth as it does not bleed, and does not know a limit of destruction without consequence. We must also challenge narrow-minded dangerous claims of imperialism which have lead to crimes and travesty for thousands of years. We must not look to ones and zeros to solve the problem of pain, nor look too deeply within. Eric and Takeshi have taught us the lesson of truth outside the sovereign self. Where will you look for answers?

Ian W (it) wrote: An interesting fictional documentary about a well-known DJ who goes deaf only to rediscover his unique DJ'ing ability later on down the line.The usual voyage of self-discovery takes place although the ending is quite refreshing. It is well written and performed and features an impressive soundtrack and array of real life DJs. Definitely one film that you will enjoy as it sends a strong message about acceptance and dealing with a disability and that disabled people are no different and often better than those who are more fortunate.