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Traffic

An intertwined drama about the United States' war on drugs, seen through the eyes of a once conservative judge, now newly-appointed drug czar, his crack-addicted daughter, two DEA agents, a jailed drug kingpin's wife, and a Mexican cop who begins to question his boss's motives. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Courtney K (fr) wrote: yeah; i didn't think this was that good. a few good jump scares in the beginning, but i didn't love the story.

Sean D (es) wrote: It wasn't bad. The entire film is a monster war. It's pretty good. Very slow beginning. Later it gets good. Some overacting, thus seems to be a trend with films from this company. Still much more recent than a lot of their other films.

Ian G (nl) wrote: The Getaway has a beautiful looking Shelby and acts like a modern grindhouse car stunt picture that Michael Bay might have directed for Bruckheimer once upon a time focusing on a former stunt driver unwittingly drawn in with a criminal to create chaos on the streets of a seemingly fictional city in order for him to steal a series of drives that will allow him access to billions in barabonds. Thats pretty much as deep as it goes and has attracted decent names in Ethan Hawke, Sleena Gomez and Jon Voight to fill out the cast. Even though it is a low budget picture, it is a little too slickly produced to quantify as a grindhouse and almost a little too serious to be totally fun, but some of the angles they were able to get with cheap cameras were pretty cool. A good slice for what it is but too much of one thing and not enough for another.

Alan S (ru) wrote: Dumb but kinda entertaining

Robbie T (ag) wrote: A terribly boring mess. Pointless dialogue, poor direction, unprofressional acting, why would they dare to show this film on screen?

Brandon S (jp) wrote: A fascinating fairy tale that suffered from a terrible marketing strategy that treated it like any other of M. Night Shyamalan's darker thrillers. Make no mistake, this is not a thriller by any means. This is a children's story told in an adult way.This is a film that it's easy to pick on, because it's a film that it's very easy to misunderstand. Shyamalan is a filmmaker that never works to just collect a paycheck. Shyamalan's films always have something to say, and the beauty of Shyamalan's direction is the way he communicates that purpose to the audience with love and passion for both his audience and for his work. That's what I see here. Shyamalan is a good director. Simple as that.This movie is a tragic victim of classic studio mismarketing of a film that they don't understand.The fact is, this is a beautifully shot, solidly directed, well paced fantasy that challenges typical conventions of the genre. Is it perfect? Not by any stretch of the imagination. Is it even one of Shyamalan's best? Not in my opinion. But is it the worst movie ever as so many others seem to think? No way! This is a good movie, plain and simple.

Dove (au) wrote: I want to watch this stupid movie with Dayne.

doris c (de) wrote: great..love story.....

Brody R (ag) wrote: Completely blown away! Very violent and hard to watch for dog lovers, but this film is very powerful and touching

Nora M (de) wrote: lovely and sentimental

Rachel K (it) wrote: I love farces; this one took on the CIA. I love John Ritter and always have, but this movie came out when I was four, so I missed it back then. If you missed it too, it's definately worth watching. It's so ridiculous that you just have to laugh.

Chris D (it) wrote: Around the 15 minute mark Chuck actually yawns on screen, I feel yah buddy...I really didn't care for the spaghetti-western theme or the disposable love story - I just wanted to see him fight the hell out of David Carradine already, c'mon.

Patricio M (nl) wrote: There's no ratings and reviews for this movie! It's a great movie! A detective drama in post-war Tokio.

Keith P (ag) wrote: This movie is amazing..

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