Armed men hijack a New York City subway train, holding the passengers hostage in return for a ransom, and turning an ordinary day's work for dispatcher Walter Garber into a face-off with the mastermind behind the crime. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3
Armed men hijack a New York City subway train, holding the passengers hostage in return for a ransom, and turning an ordinary day's work for dispatcher Walter Garber into a face-off with the mastermind behind the crime.
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Christian H (jp) wrote: Yeah, I drank some wine. Yeah, I cried. Give me a break. Good stuff...Good Performances. Great Directing. Great Writing. Amazing Tear-jerking Movie.
Michael L (de) wrote: Mediocre acting and unnecessary use of the "every girl is a stupid bitch, every guy is a horny dick" trope isnt quite enough to kill this B movie flick. The script is more than tolerable and the twist, though predictable, is satisfying.
Sarvesh J (au) wrote: It was interesting movie. I kinda enjoyed it.
Kong M (kr) wrote: great sceneries and great acting from well-known actors could not save this film from horrible plot flow that failed to connect well with each other, left many questions unanswered and consequently turn this movie entirely 180 degrees into 'doesnt make sense' -- the worst fault of a horror/dark noir/ crime thriller - based film.
Lu B (us) wrote: "Misanthrope seeks misanthrope."
Isura K (us) wrote: A top clz movie.............
Jordan K (us) wrote: I can say Rock Star is my least favorite film I've seen in a while. Even the poster looks like a sappy inspirational mushfest. The film is nothing more than a predictable, lazy, and tired story with every cliche you can name.A small town kid in a tribute band for his favorite heavy metal group follows his dreams when the group hires him as their new lead singer. As he hits the big time, he succumbs to drugs, sex, and rock and roll.Rock Star is generic, tired, and misleading with its big name stars. The story is overused, predictable, even cringe worthy at some points about how unbelievably tame it is and its attempts at inspirational themes. Even Wahlberg himself does a terrible job in his role, the characters are bland and are overdone cliches of hair band Brit rockers. The overused tired scheme of follow your dreams, rise to fame turns to real heartfelt downfall, things are mended by the end. Rock Star is bland and predictable. Skip out on this horrendously cringeworthy $2 bin material. Rock Star is better off as a direct to DVD or even a TV movie...
Billy P (au) wrote: Shame they didn't stick to the real life story told in the book of the same name as it's would have been a more interesting story than this cock and bull story about London gangsters. Long winded and just didn't seem to go anywhere, seem to get lost and didn't know how get to back on track.
Goddess T (au) wrote: Love it. Smart funny, low budget with big characters.
Ryan K (br) wrote: I'm not entirely sure who we were supposed to root for -- that may not even matter. What matters is the great sadness that become madness... so vividly portrayed by Michael Douglas.
Ransom K (ag) wrote: haha...if you haven't seen this movie....you really are missing out on some really great crap!
Diogo V (it) wrote: Arabesque isn't in the same level of Charade (Stanley Donen earlier movie), but it's quite interesting and entertaining, especially for Gregory Peck's comedy turn.
Tom H (fr) wrote: Simple Sunday afternoon entertainment. Not your usual John Wayne here, but you get some variant of his old self.
Joel A (kr) wrote: An atrociously bad Cult Horror film about a young man who moves to NYC with a basket that obtains his deformed Siamese Brother.Filled with God Awful acting & bad special effects I think it's only positive in the unintentional humor throughout.Amazingly spawned two sequels & does take its place in horror history, an unusual & unsettling horror flick.
Charles P (es) wrote: In relation to other backwoods splatter movies, Wrong Turn elicits the phrase "If you've seen one, you've seen them all".
Allan C (us) wrote: Smart people too smart to listen to "hicks", terror ensues. Above average monster flick.