Turks & Caicos
The second movie in David Hare's Johnny Worricker trilogy. Loose-limbed spy Johnny Worricker, last seen whistleblowing at MI5 in Page Eight, has a new life. He is hiding out in Ray-Bans on the Caribbean islands of the title, eating lobster and calling himself Tom Eliot (he’s a poet at heart). We’re drawn into his world and his predicament when Christopher Walken strolls in as a shadowy American who claims to know Johnny. The encounter forces him into the company of some ambiguous American businessmen who claim to be on the islands for a conference on the global financial crisis. When one of them falls in the sea, their financial PR seems to know more than she's letting on. Worricker soon learns the extent of their shady activities and he must act quickly to survive when links to British prime minister Alec Beasley come to light.
The film follows the events of Page Eight, ex-MI5 officer Johnny Worricker is in hiding on the Turks and Caicos Islands. But an encounter with a CIA agent forces him into the company of some ambiguous American businessmen who claim to be on the islands for a conference on the global financial crisis. When one of them falls in the sea, then it is their financial PR who seems to know more than she is letting on. But will she help Johnny come to an understanding of what these men do and why they';re here? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: A must watch for the people who love the ROMANCE GENRE! The script is dull but the dialogues were framed well.... Naveen and Rahul proved their acting skills. Lavanya was innocent throughout(boring).
(jp) wrote: Decent enough thriller, not anything inventive but still, you will never be bored. Joseph Gordon-Levitt continues to be a joy to watch and Michael Shannon is probably one of the most intense actors to ever cross the screen.
(mx) wrote: A bit slow in parts, but a good movie sharing how Napa wines broke onto the world wine scene.
(it) wrote: Nonexistent production values scuttle a couple neat ideas inserted into ye olde vampire genre. Most of the time is spent in someone's dirty basement with the remaining scenes shot in his dirty apartment. I liked the concept of a team of mercenary vampire hunters who hork the loot found on their kills - cash, rings, jewelry - in order to remain solvent. Somebody has to pay for new crossbows and all that ammunition, right? But this angle, like everything else in Brotherhood of Blood, is underdeveloped. It even seems like entire scenes are missing which explained motivations and histories - maybe they ran out of time since they had to get the camera back to Circuit City while still covered by their return policy? Victoria Pratt shows she can ably shoulder the load of action heroine (even if there is very little action) while grizzly Sid Haig adds some bite to the role of a vampire leader, albeit with fangs from a Cracker Jack box. And like Pratt, who starred in Cleopatra 2525 and Mutant X, Will Snow re-emerges from an early 2000's fantasy syndication series The Lost World. Ken Foree of the original Dawn of the Dead is disappointingly on hand merely to moan while chained to a table.The story is told using a pointless and confusingly intercut dual timeline. It's a real shame that such a good, yes, I really mean a good twist ending is wasted on such a lousy movie. Did I say ending? Well there's another failure as we are expecting what would be the biggest confrontation, but it doesn't happen and we few who made it to the end are left hanging. Were they *really* expecting to make a sequel to this squalor?? Now them's some big balls, boys. Probably a good thing it never happened since a sequel is always a bigger spectacle and thus twice as expensive, so just where would they find the two hundred bucks?
(es) wrote: this movie was awesome! it was really funny but filled with lots of romance! exactly what i like. not only that but its fun for not only women but men too! but i think its more in the category of girl! :)
(ag) wrote: Ice Princess: This sweet Disney teen drama, about a brainiac torn between following her mom's dreams for a Harvard education and her own secret desire to become a competitive ice skater, is heavy on the schmaltz and features a ridiculously simplistic plot, but there are worse ways to kill an hour and a half, and Michelle Trachtenberg does a fine job of breathing life into what could easily have been a two dimensional, cardboard character that young girls and aspiring figure skaters will love. B-
(ru) wrote: So predictable and long not even the dancing sequences make it more enternaining. A dissapointment.
(au) wrote: [color=MediumTurquoise][i][b]Transformers [/b][/i]>> I was surprised at how much I enjoyed watching it. The action was pretty cool and the dialogue was quite funny. Thoroughly entertaining. The storyline wasn't anything fresh or involving, but the film served its purpose. [/color][color=MediumTurquoise][i]Recommended for pure entertainment.[/i] [i][b]Night on Earth[/b][/i] >> Five shows stories about people in taxis. Winona is great in this. Each story was pretty good in it's own right, but besides the link to the taxi, I don't see a connection to them all in theme. [/color][color=MediumTurquoise][i]Recommended for indie fans. Partially in subtitles.[/i] [i][b]Dog Soldiers[/b][/i] >> Some dark humour doesn't raise this much higher than the usual horror/monster fare. I heard it was good, but the film seemed to follow the "trapped in the woods so let's hide in this cabin until we all die off" conventions. [i][b]Able Edwards[/b][/i] >> Black and white with the backgrounds all done digitally, this film feels like it was made in the 40's. The story about a clone of a Walt Disney-type mogul is interesting. [/color][color=MediumTurquoise][i]Recommended only for fans of old classic films and open-minded indie-goers.[/i] [i][b]Three Days of Rain[/b][/i] >> Compared to Crash by some, though with little to do with it in theme and production value. This type of plot structure is nothing new. Most the characters in this film I found uninteresting or annoying. The themes about wealth and poverty were only touched slightly and could have gone into more biting depth. The story about the couple who fought about giving a homeless man desert was my favourite. The rest were decent. [/color][color=MediumTurquoise][i]Slightly recommended for indie fans: could stir up some conversations about the rich and the poor, and also about how the film could have been a lot better.[/i] [/color]
(ca) wrote: what the hell were you thinking Eddie?
(jp) wrote: One of my all time favorite comedies
(it) wrote: While this movie is fun to dissect, I can't say that it made me feel any great emotion after viewing. It's just a very well put together picture.
(br) wrote: pre-movie credits: check, horribly scripted fight scenes: check. i actually kind of liked the idea and it was strewn together nicely.
(mx) wrote: Great classic fantasy flick. Cheesy for this day & age, but still one of my very favorite all time flicks.
(ru) wrote: One of Fassbinder's first films is this cynical story that, even though not remarkable, was already an early indication of his talent as a filmmaker - something visible in the way he combines the naturalistic style of the Nouvelle Vague with a detached, Brechtian mode of acting.
(nl) wrote: Love this movie, great comedy unless by nature your an uptight individual .