In order to let things cool down from their latest heist, Popeye and his group of thieves go to Macau on a job. But the mastermind behind this job is none other than Popeye's old partner ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A gang of South Korean thieves team up with a Hong Kong crew to steal a diamond necklace from a heavily-guarded casino safe in Macau. As the cops close in, old betrayals — and misunderstandings — resurface.
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Jesse O (ag) wrote: This an incredibly fascinating and, quite frankly, inspiring documentary about President Mohamed Nasheed's battle to bring to the Maldive Islands' struggle with rising sea tides thanks to climate change to the largest amount of people as is humanly possible so he can get the help he needs. The Maldive Islands' has an average ground level of 5 feet over sea level, making it the planet's lowest country. So Nasheed's struggle really is for the survival of his people and his country if climate change continues the way it is and his journey to the Copenhagen Climate Summit in 2009 in order to get as many countries as possible to diminish carbon emissions so that Maldives can get the help it needs. What's really interesting about the documentary is everything leading to Nasheed's mission, the Maldive Islands' were ruled over by a dictator for 30 years and it shows you how Nasheed led the charge to introduce democracy. Perhaps it wasn't just Nasheed on his own, but he was certainly an important figure in it finally forcing Gayoom, the dictator, to allow fair and free elections. I literally had no idea about any of this and it really is fascinating seeing how Nasheed goes from a political prisoner to the President of the country. Which brings us to President Nasheed. What this man is trying to accomplish, especially when so much of the world completely denies that climate change is real and think it's a conspiracy by scientists, which is idiocy if you ask me, is really inspiring. President Nasheed is an incredibly likable man and his desperation to do right by his country when he most needs it makes it very easy to relate to him. It really is a David and Goliath story, much like Crude, but Nasheed refuses to give up as he knows it would be the end of his people, perhaps not right at the moment but in the very near future, and that makes him a sympathetic figure and you wish that his words end up reaching everyone and countries end up making a concerted effort to lower carbon emissions, even if you know it is unrealistic to expect that they all will. I do think that the film sort of peaked before the Copenhagen Summit, the negotiations simply don't have the same power as seeing Nasheed hold the first underwater cabinet meeting, and let me tell you that this is a great idea to bring the spotlight on climate change, and everything else leading up to that. But it still is really fascinating seeing the negotiations take place and seeing how things, at first, may not have been going Nasheed's way. At the end of the summit, he didn't get exactly everything he wanted but it was a victory for his people and while it wasn't perfect, his mission was a huge accomplishment. Even if i had some issues with the political stuff at the Summit, this is still a top-notch and completely eye-opening documentary that must be seen.
David L (mx) wrote: As expected, a direct continuation of the first episode, which sees a rebellion against Peeta and Katniss due to their act of love in the latest hunger games. As a result, a special anniversary games is to take place which sees previous victors from other battles take their place for a champion of champions fight to the death, along with our recent heroes again being forced to take part. Many side with the newly crowned champions, creating much hostility in the districts, especially when it is announced that Katniss is pregnant. For me, there is more action than the original given the scene has technically already been set, so we are now allowed to focus more on the actual games. This makes the entertainment equally enjoyable due to its combination of deeper character content, and battles from inside the arena. Unfortunately, there's still very little focus on some of the other district tributes and there's no real stand out enemy in the arena this time. This is more a case of who can outwit the overarching royalty that are controlling the games themselves, and who can avoid the several traps that lie in wait inside the combat zone, including poisonous fog, electric force fields and killer monkeys. I feel surprised to be echoing a similar negativity surrounding the elimination process of the hunger games, but why have 12 district representatives if you're not going to provide background to the majority of them before they die - It makes it obvious who's going to fall, and gives an overwhelming sense of predictability about the tournaments victors. This was actually a little disappointing, but again I suppose this is me being highly critical by voicing what is a relatively minor point, that ultimately won't stop me watching the other instalments. Hopefully this is just another connecting episode that interlinks what is so far a memorable action series overall. You can't fault the acting or the effects, there's just a sense of taking short cuts within the games concept itself, that leaves one feeling short changed on trying to maximise potential entertainment value.
Tanvir M (ru) wrote: Wonderfully creative and upbeat movie depicting a shy boy with Asperger sydrome and his love for his brother spurring him on to find a perfect partner for the brother. Doesn't depict the disease romantically, but also shows how fraternal love and affection can overcome dificulties caused by a difficult diesease. Reminded me of Amelie at times in its visual creativity and quirky nature. A beautiful gem of a film worth watching.
Heather J (gb) wrote: Gandolfini is the BEST!
Mark C (ca) wrote: Joey Lauren Adams wrote the part of Lucy for herself, but gave the part to Ashley Judd when she decided she would be unable to direct the film and star in it. Good thing because Ashley Judd is smoking hot!!! Not a bad movie, it kept my interest. For me, it kind of crept along at times. Some of the characters were so far into themselves that it was hard to see who they were; like a room full of introverts or something. But thank God for Ashley Judd, who was the bomb in this. She is the extrovert, the seeker, the playful one, the one who allows her guilt to move her heart into action inside of hiding. Granted she is hiding in her ways too. But she carries the whole thing. Laura Prepon was pretty dang boring the first half as she really had nothing interesting to say and do and her flannel pajamas were not all that good. But she had a few short moments where she shone and that was refreshing. Jeffrey Donovan did a good job with what he had. Everyone else had pretty minor roles including Stacy Keach and Wally Welch, in case you where worried. I enjoyed it even though I don't recommended it. I almost forgot to mention how great Ashley Judd looks lin a pair of jeans!
Dane P (de) wrote: What? I have no words. It defiantly wasn't a bad movie it was well made and had some great acting. But this is one hell of a ugly film. Its gross, uncomfortable, strangely creative but at least its something different. Its the definition of a effed up movie. Not easily recommendable as there is some questionable choices from the director. Whatever I found it as a journey into a deep creepy place.
Nick B (jp) wrote: Pretty shitty wasnt really funny at all. Besides Steve Zahn all the characters were pretty lame, plus the massive plot hole they had with the two real guys they were pretending to be pissed me off.
Vans Q (au) wrote: This is one of my favorite Chinese movie! Really funny!
Judge L (de) wrote: Always a good one to go back to from time to time.
Jason T (it) wrote: Watched it as a kid and still think I want that to be my Dad or be that Dad.
Brian H (gb) wrote: This movie never quite gained the popularity of other gangster films from the era. Perhaps it's because James Cagney is on the right side of the law for once. I think he pulls it off beautifully. He is likable and charming, but still has that no-nonsense edge. G-Men is an interesting fictional account of how the FBI began. It's your typical crime drama, but it's fast-paced, entertaining, and an atypical entry into the genre.
Anthony F (de) wrote: Inspiring and moving documentary about the power of music .
Arthur P (us) wrote: Showing the dark side of humanity and global warming, intermixed with singing and dancing penguins, and even with legless walruses ( I think they are) did create a depression versus enjoyment emotional rollercoaster ride, especially with environmentally-conscious adult minds like mine that needed stress-free cartoon entertainment without the human natural resource-hungry profit-greed and environmental threat issues:: Visually, extremely realistic in high definition on Netflix and I can see the next-generation game console after Xbox One - the Xbox Two?
Jeremiah L (ag) wrote: Good movie. Great cast. Doesn't look like they made any effort to make it look like the 1930's however.
Sonia P (ag) wrote: Great movie. excellent performance from Sally Fields