Urban Justice

Urban Justice

Seagal plays a man with a dark and violent past, who seeks revenge for the murder of his son.

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Urban Justice torrent reviews

Carlos M (gb) wrote: Gondry displays his usual visual creativity to bring us this surreal universe where abstract is made literal, but his overstuffed narrative has absolutely no structure and it is impossible not to feel exhausted with such a distracting amount of nonsensical elements thrown in at every second.

Grace (jp) wrote: There is nothing funny or humorous about this movie; it was almost painful to sit through.

Heather M (it) wrote: It's watchable. I don't remember it all that well so it couldn't have been too great.

bill s (au) wrote: Big cast with a small script.

Ashley C (ca) wrote: This used to be my favorite movie when I was like 13...which was when it came out. Good stuff. Life feels like this a lot of the time.

Andrew S (au) wrote: Wine merchant Alex Gates seems to have it all: a fancy shop, a beautiful wife, Suzanne, a sexy Latin mistress, Gabriella, and a hot car. He enjoys the best vintages of the goods he sells. In truth, Alex Gates' finances are stretched to the limit, his marriage is in a shambles and his relationship with his stepson Jason is toxic. Alex's business caters to a wealthy clientele, whose riches prove all too seductive: particularly a certain $1 million diamond necklace. Alex joins with Victor Spanksy, an emphysemic safe-cracker, in a conspiracy to steal the necklace. Rather than the key to their freedom, the hot necklace proves to be the beginning of the end. While Alex is seduced by the jewels, his stepson is both sucked into the crime and drawn to Gabriella, unaware of her liaisons with his stepfather. As their passion grows, she is increasingly torn by the two of them, and by the temptations of money and love.

Ian R (kr) wrote: I'm not really sure how much forcing you had to do to get Chuck to take some vengeance on the bad guys. He seemed pretty willing to kick some ass right from the get go. He did kick some ass in this one. It may have dragged a little in parts, but enough action happened to make up for it. The neon fight was pretty cool as well.

Andrew H (jp) wrote: For those who; "crave the usual sort of stimulation, from the usual sort of film", this film is not for you. They do say, though, that it is good to free the mind from stimulation, by pursuing a tolerance to boredom. There is definitely an element of boredom, created by the watching of this film. That boredom just seems to add to the utter horror, such that it becomes that rarest of occasions, when boredom seems to have been a positive experience.I agree that watching this film can seem worse than "having your teeth pulled out"; this is how some people have described the film. I certainly don't enjoy having my teeth pulled out, yet the truly disturbing nature of this film, is not unlike having your teeth pulled out. Some subtle, subconscious identification of oneself, within the horror of this film, seems to be at work. The conscious repulsion to the film is then completely at odds with the subconscious, and this seems to be the root of why this is the most terrifying film that I've ever seen. Surely we watch films hoping they will have an effect on us. I almost thought I might lose my own sanity while watching this film; some may say I lost it years ago.

Corrie F (br) wrote: people eat people, pigs eat people, people dont eat pigs

Rob P (fr) wrote: Not as good as the first one but still decent enough.

Phil D (jp) wrote: A thought provoking look at the inside of the ethical dilemma of behavioral science, this film is speared headed by great performances and well executed directing.