Étienne Meunier (Benoît Magimel) is a young executive who has everything going for him. His career is skyrocketing and he is about to become #1 at work, he is married to a picture-perfect wife, has a dream home and money. To top it off, he's charming, healthy and everyone likes him and seems to consider him "a great guy". But beneath the surface, not everything is perfect. Meunier feels some pressure at work, knowing others eye his future position and he and his wife have been unable to have children so far. One day, Meunier bumps into a childhood friend, Patrick Chambon (François-Xavier Demaison) and the two resume their friendship, despite Chambon having struggled as a petty criminal.
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Alex H (fr) wrote: Much better characterization than you'd usually get out of a genre piece like this, thanks to Mamet's expectedly detailful script and some great loose performances from Baldwin and Hopkins. And it looks gorgeous. Also the bear stuff is brutal, they didn't pull any punches with the stuntwork etc. I can't imagine a movie in 2014 going so far in that regard. Makes the CG wolf antics in The Grey feel like limp piss in comparison.
Konrad A (es) wrote: I so do not like this movie I have seen the episodes and was not a fan of this
Caitlyn M (nl) wrote: Zitus lapidus it's stellar major!!!!!
Jason D (mx) wrote: I was lucky enough to be one of the 7 people who saw Switchback when it came out in theaters as, at the ripe age of 15, I thought this was a terrific film. Now, watching it over a decade later, I have to say that the movie STILL retains its awesomeness, and even some more, especially since I'm older and understand more of the film. Switchback is about a an elusive killer that's been playing games with FBI agent Dennis Quaid for some time until taking things to a personal level by kidnapping his son. Now, some months later, Quaid tracks the killer in Texas where he receives assistance from town sheriff R. Lee Ermey (an absolute scene stealer in this film), while a side story develops with lonely drifter Jared Leto (also good in this) makes friends with road tripping Danny Glover and the pair spark up a unique friendship. This film doesn't try to make things to confusing or mysterious, especially when it becomes apparent who the killer is. The filmmakers seemed to want to get all of the mystery out of the way and just tell an engaging and thrilling story, which the movie is. Quaid, Glover, Leto, and Ermey deliver some terrific performances and make this film very enjoyable. The thrills are fun as well and even the story is great, though by today's standards, it would seem generic. Yes, Switchback still entertains me a great deal. It's a fun movie and a personal favorite of mine. Great movie.
Deana P (ru) wrote: definetly different!! best necrophilia flick I've seen!!YIKES!!
Adam R (ag) wrote: Jessica Riggs holds the spirit of Christmas in her heart, and it makes for a wonderful sweet movie. (First full viewing - 12/2/2010)
Ken S (au) wrote: Pee-Wee is still Pee-Wee, and at least there is that to keep this film from being too bad...but it lacks the same level of quality that was put into "The Pee-Wee Herman Show" (both the original and the new version), "Pee-Wee's Big Adventure", or "Pee-Wee's Playhouse". All the other Pee-Wee stuff is so much fun, with it's unique humor and hilarious gags and running jokes. This was made during the height of the TV series, so I'm not sure what went wrong...but seeing Pee-Wee hanging out with a talking pig and joining the circus isn't nearly as fun as it should be. The pacing is off or something. Having a love story where Pee-Wee is after someone seems really out of character too, and it doesn't work with the whole manchild thing at all. The ending is oddly boring and abrupt. Definitely the weakest link in the Pee-Wee canon.
Sunshine s (br) wrote: It's 1934, and the evil local land baron forecloses on Angie's place, and she and her two daughters must leave and continue their life of crime. A reporter witnesses their heist of a bank, and helps them become folk legends by writing a story about t...
Petros T (es) wrote: Badly-written, badly-shot, badly-produced, badly-coiffeur-ed ('80s-style), with a very good score by heavy metal legends Fastway, a great guest appearance by Ozzy Osbourne, an interesting plot but otherwise off-the-wall writing and technically good but obviously fake and thus only partially effective effects (pun intended). Sub-par fun.
Ola G (gb) wrote: A group of juvenile delinquents in their teens consisting of Ruben Julian Pacecho AKA "Mira Primo" (Michael Carmine), Moss Roosevelt AKA "Warlord" (Leon Robinson), James Lee MacEwen AKA "Crazy" (John Cameron Mitchell), Carlos Rene Aragon AKA "The Lover" (Danny Quinn) and Dorcey Jon Bridger AKA "Rattler" (Al Shannon) who are doomed to be prosecuted as adults for their crimes unless they take part in a new and experimental "program" led by the Vietnam veteran and Native American Joe Tegra (Stephen Lang) from the Everglades. The teens must learn to survive in the dangerous swamp and how to work together. Upon completion of the program, the group buys a vacant house in a dangerous part of Miami and slowly rebuilds the neighbourhood, kicking out the pimps, prostitutes and drug dealers...With Starsky and Hutch's Paul Michael Glaser in the direction seat and Michael Mann in the production seat theres many connections to Manns great tv show "Miami Vice" not only in settings and environments, but also actors. The criminal look and style follows the same formula and has an in depth portrayal of the sleaze and the slime of the big city criminal underground of the 1980's. "Band of The Hand" is a juvenile action adventure in pastel colours not avoiding the day to day street violence in Miami, however the dialogue and acting is not always spot on and theres a general cheesy 80s vibe around the film as well. Nice to see the always intense Stephen Lang, a young and beautiful Lauren Holly and the 80s standard baddie James Remar. Trivia: The film was released in theaters but only after it failed as a pilot for a network television series.
Karsh D (ru) wrote: for it's time a very good sci-fi type horror as astronauts are struck down by unseen virus which kills 2 and sends one into an alien/monster.
Tasos L (jp) wrote: Boris Carloff.. what can i say? another great film..!
keller M (br) wrote: #makes me paranoid. #Stiffler from American pie gets decapitated by piece of scrap metal
Mackayla b (gb) wrote: Have always loved this movie
Brian K (mx) wrote: As someone who's relatively neutral on the Shakespeare play but really admired certain aspects about it, I think this film is kinda similar. There's some genuinely creative ideas here and some real ambition, but at the same time, I just don't really find the story engaging enough on the whole. So I'm glad I saw it but I don't think it's great by any means.