A team of Navy Seals are sent to destroy a disabled submarine so it will not fall into the "wrong" hands. They complete their mission, but are captured before they can return to their base. The U.S. Government will not mount a rescue mission to free the soldiers, so their teenage children take over. The kids find a way to venture into the foreign country and then must overcome many obstacles.
- Stars:Edward Albert, Ellen Barber, Timothy Carhart, James Cromwell, Anne E. Curry, Jack Dacey, Kevin Dillon, Ian Giatti, Lorry Goldman, Wendy Gordon, Charles Haid, Christine Harnos, Sal Mazzotta, Tom Nelson, Stephen Ng,
- Director:Ferdinand Fairfax,
- Writer:Jim Thomas, John Thomas
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(fr) wrote: I think that is just lovely and I think you should bring another one out...Because I think it is lovely at the end...WOW
(gb) wrote: A Hijacking, a Danish pirate hijacking film by Tobias Lindholm which screened in the Orizzonti section of the 2012 Venice Film Festival, will be heavily compared with the Hollywood version Captain Phillips (2013) directed by Paul Greengrass. Lindholm's version follows a more subtle and low-key trajectory which however builds up to full grit with no lesser intensity, if not more.Alternating its drama between a cargo ship MV Rozen that gets hijacked by Somali pirates in the Indian Ocean, and the head office of the shipping company where the negotiation on the ransom demanded by the Somalis takes place, the film has two protagonists (unlike Captain Phillips). First the ship's cook Mikkel (Pilou Asbk) who along with the rest of the seamen endure a lengthy period living in subhuman conditions as they are taken hostage. Then we have the chief executive of the shipping company, Peter Ludvigsen (Sren Malling) who must battle a psychological drama as he negotiates for his crew's freedom at a glacial pace, with the pirate translator, Omar (Abdihakin Asgar). When the ship's captain falls ill, Mikkel finds himself trapped between his attempt to get on the good side with the pirates and at the same time unwillingly becoming their primary negotiating tool that could end his life.A minimalist mastery, the story slowly but surely grips you at a tidy pace as the situation winches tighter. Lindholm chooses not to even show how the Somalis take over the ship, and focuses on the psychological build-up with the characters being stuck in cramped, confined situations for extended periods. A compelling experience to watch Mikkel and his friends' fragile fate pendulate at the mercy of the mercurial moods of the pirates, and the palpitating drama unfolding in the head office as Ludvigsen painstakingly fights for his men's lives. The cast delivers a moving performance. Both considered worthy films, but I'm definitely a bigger fan of the Danish version compared to Greengrass' Captain Phillips.
(it) wrote: 2 stars for cinematography - the main character Jane is utterly unlikeable, smug, and childish.
(ru) wrote: Just really lame for long periods with the occasional outburst of laughter.. meh.
(kr) wrote: Awesome movie! Probably my favourite prequel of all time. I thought that it was a great entry to the x-men series. It also inspired to make the sequel (X-Men Days of Future Past).
(it) wrote: This was a lot more effective that I had thought it would be. Something of a gem here. One not to be missed or overlooked. It is also a great drama for the family that works well on almost all levels. It does come across as preachy at times, but these preachy elements are caked with the other sided view that will leave both parties pleased, and possibly some to get angry.
(au) wrote: Basic Instinct 2 really is one thing... a desperate sequel that seems very much like a remake. On the surface, it really is the same story all over again. However, this film turns out to be a disjointed and confusing mess. Going into Basic Isntinct 2 I had no idea what to expect. Even though it did win 4 Razzies, I still wanted to know what was so bad about it and how this film can be worse than Little Man. Catherine Tramell (Sharon Stone) is accused of murdering someone via a car crash (how creative). This leads to her being in tangled in an affair with boring Psychiatrist Michael (David Morrissey and one thing leads to another and... seriously are you even interested? Yeah, you can pretty much tell one of the biggest problems with this movie. For a suspenseful thriller, Basic Instinct 2 is one of the most boring movies I ever seen. When I watched the trailer for this movie, I was expecting something ridiculous but exciting. However, practically nothing happens to make me care about anything happening in this dumb ass movie. There is another side of the coin here as well. Somehow, someway this also tries way too hard. When it comes to the sexual components in the movie, it seems a lot more dirtier and really cheap. More than half the things that come out of Catherine's mouth is just nauseating. And really that's why Basic Instinct 2 really is a horrible movie. It has no idea what it wants to do and what it wants to be. Director Michael Caton- Jones and the writers of the film really liked the sexual elements of the film more than the actual story. That's why during the final act things become so confusing and ludicrous. The writers obviously wrote themselves in a corner and couldn't get out of that corner. I don't want to spend too much time on the cast's acting skill in this movie. Sharon Stone is totally phoning in her performance while everybody else doesn't even try. The first Basic Instinct wasn't that great a movie but at the very least it was confident in it's purpose. This film has no identity and has no purpose. Basic instinct 2 is a boring, confusing,, horribly acted, horribly written and horribly directed movie. The only good thing in this movie is some of the scenery, but then again it can't save a mess like this.
(nl) wrote: I bought this film with no expectations at all. Simply because it looked so stupid it had got to be funny. Christian Slater and Neve Campbell both do fantastic jobs of sending up the whole concept of the USA stealing UK glory and most of the cast do an incredible job. Whilst it's never going to win any academy awards for acting or script, if you have a sense of humour, you are most certainly going to have a blast watching "The Hollywood Years". Stand out supporting performances include Harry Enfield as King George V and Antony Sher as Hitler. Give it a try and you will probably be very surprised at how good this film actually is.
(nl) wrote: Very graphic crime scene photos. A frightening look at how strong racial hate can and is in our country. Yet shows how we all can look beyound the color of ones skin and work together as one if we really chose too. If you enjoy true crime this is for you.
(au) wrote: nice message but not sure if the film stayed true with its 50s theme. gotta say whatta cast.
(ag) wrote: great anime, shame the story was lacking slightly, got alot of akira vibes going on in it. still defo worth a watch though!
(ru) wrote: Sweet, moving, funny, and if anybody every tries to remake this I'll scream. It stands alone in so many ways.
(fr) wrote: Another of Hollywood's great romances - never mind that the story may seem highly improbable, Ronald Colman and Greer Garson make it work (though it works a little differently on-screen than it does on the James Hilton novel on which it was based, because there was no practical way to set up the story as he did in the novel): Shell-shocked amnesiac Colman meets and marries actress Garson - all is well until he's knocked down on a Liverpool street and wakes up to wonder what he's doing there - the last thing he remembers is being in the trenches during The Great War, and those bombs falling . . . turns out his rather prominent family has believed him "Missing - presumed killed"! And he doesn't remember Garson at all . . . what door would the key in his pocket open?
(de) wrote: Offensive and not scary.