Prominent cinematographer Christopher Doyle continues to hone his talents as a director with this thriller set in Eastern Europe and inspired by the as-yet-unsolved murder of a Polish politician in 2001. A young prostitute is spending the evening with a prominent Polish official when he's suddenly assassinated in Warsaw. In the aftermath of the hit, the triggerman takes the prostitute to an apartment and subjects her to a complex personality replacement program designed to wipe out any memories she may have retained about the evening's events.
- Stars:Anna Przybylska, Adam Ferency, Jan Frycz, Lukasz Simlat, Violetta Arlak, Leslaw Zurek, Jerzy Bonczak, Ewa Bukowska, Maja Bohosiewicz, Jacek Poniedzialek, Maciej Wilewski,
- Director:Christopher Doyle,
Prominent cinematographer Christopher Doyle continues to hone his talents as a director with this thriller set in Eastern Europe and inspired by the as-yet-unsolved murder of a Polish politician in 2001. A young prostitute is spending the evening with a prominent Polish official when he's suddenly assassinated in Warsaw. In the aftermath of the hit, the triggerman takes the prostitute to an apartment and subjects her to a complex personality replacement program designed to wipe out any memories she may have retained about the evening's events. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(au) wrote: It has no particular observations about the mind of psychopaths. Overlong and grim. there is little in the way of suspense.
(fr) wrote: Wednesday, February 27, 2013 (2011)Janie Jones DRAMA/ MUSICAL A recovery junkie Mary Ann (Elizabeth Shue) inadvertingly drops off her underage daughter Janie Jones played by Abigail Breslin with Ethan (Alessandro Niovla) who didn't know he had a daughter. And as much as he doesn't want her- he's left with no choice but to look after her losing some of the perks that comes with becoming a rock star, straining his relationship with his band mates. While watching this film, it almost felt like it's nothing more than another acting tool for Abigail Breslin which showcases the audience that she's a great actress but not good enough as a singer. She plays guitar quite well but her singing is plain and uninspiring as well as much of the music throughout. Seems like it was somehow inspired by "Almost Famous" since the film consists of many 'observants' that's always been known to happen when rock bands travel together in a bus, meaning that it doesn't offer anything new to the music genre in general when they're countless documentaries and books about that sort of thing- what is even the point about about watching a fictional portrayl of it. Also, if one were to cut out all the cussing and arguing- it would look like a "Sunday Afternoon special". 2 out of 4 stars
(it) wrote: Using the patients suffering the neurological effects of Lyme Disease, this documentary puts a face to the unknown millions who are suffering with the most misunderstood disease of the 21st century. The film bashes the doctors who instituted the guidelines of Lyme Disease treatment and diagnosis while lionizing the research physicians and doctors who are "Lyme literate" as the women who presented the film called them. Everyone needs to see this film no matter what they believe about the connections between Lyme and Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, Lou Gehrig's, et al.
(au) wrote: Only good part of the film was Mickey Rourke.
(au) wrote: Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang stars Robert Downey Jr. as a petty thief who wanders into an audition for a movie role, lands the part, and is thrown into a major private investigation alongside a professional PI (played by Val Kilmer) including his childhood crush (played by Michelle Monaghan).This was an entertaining approach to a crime noir movie. RDJ served as both character and narrator, and his narrations were witty and hilarious. The way he gives his and Michelle's backstories is hysterical and self-aware. The film score was appropriate for the style of film presented. Like other Shane Black movies, KKBB establishes an environment and specific time period, this movie being early 2000's LA at Christmas. Shane Black always does a great job making his sets come to life, and this movie is no exception. Val Kilmer delivers what is probably one of his funniest roles; he really steals the show whenever he's on-screen. RDJ is always enjoyable, and Monaghan delivers despite her character being very wishy-washy.There are a few things that hold this movie back. The plot of the case, especially its resolution, is a bit confusing. Also, there were some scenes where the noir-style was abandoned in favor of a will-they-won't-they romance between RDJ and Monaghan. The scenes were good, but they just didn't fit in with the overall film.Overall, this is a good movie and a solid directorial debut for Shane Black. It isn't as good as The Nice Guys, but it's definitely watchable. If you like his movies, these actors, or crime-noir movies, go watch Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang.Final grade: B-Ben
(es) wrote: Far fetched, but cute.
(br) wrote: Like music? Watch this.Seriously - you forget how good the music is. The Funk Brothers (the studio band for Motown in the 60's) themselves talk about the sound and the individual tracks, and it takes you right into the groove. Never mind the famous artists who talk about where things came from.
(mx) wrote: Gibson's performance is anything but nuanced.
(us) wrote: Some good ideas and a really entertaining villain. Not the best, but not the worst of Disney.
(kr) wrote: Starts out weakly, but overall Mallrats becomes entertaining enough to recommend. Kevin Smith's follow up to the independent hit, the Clerks, tells the story of two losers and their attempt to win their exes back in a tale of the complexes in relationships and human interaction and not to mention comics with Stan Lee! Appearing in Mallrats is Jay and Silent Bob, I definitely enjoyed watching them wreak havoc and spout obscenities.
(kr) wrote: probably my fav Robert Redford movie of all time.
(it) wrote: A very satisfying John Carpenter classic. This has to be one of the best adaptations from a Stephen King novel, it's well made, has a lot of likeable characters and the car itself must be the most famous car in horror history. The score is also memorable, which sounds like a crossover between the themes of "Halloween" and "The Exorcist", with also some elements of "Zombi", only to make a creepy theme. An overall very good film. Recommended !!
(gb) wrote: Reading the book must've been scary, but this film brings the intensity and gore to a whole new level. Indeed, the Saint-Bernard in Cujo in one of the most bad ass killer animals in horror history. You can sort of tell that this is an adaptation of a Stephen King book. It's not just a dumb ass killer animal film, it's also really developed in terms of drama. It takes a real long time for the bloodshed and the climax it self to be in, but even then, it's pretty entertaining. Although, Cujo ain't killed many people throughout the film. Recommended !!
(ru) wrote: Another picturesque live-action Disney adventure that is well-directed by Robert Stevenson, but it doesn't carry the same charm as his other expedition movies such as In Search Of The Castaways. Perhaps it could have used a song or two to make it more memorable. Otherwise I enjoyed it and liked the film's Scandinavian atmosphere. (First viewing - 11/7/2009)
(de) wrote: Tuesday, November 15, 2011 (1973) The Iron Rose (In French with English subtitles) HORROR Little theme centering on young couple getting lost while walking through the night around a cemetary, slowly turning the girlfriend crazy! Starts off with a nifty idea from well known erotic horror film director Jean Rollin, but the film lacks common sense as the story progreses! 2 out of 4
(fr) wrote: Not one of my favourite Bogart movies but still a good solid story with an interesting plot and great acting. Definitely worth watching!
(gb) wrote: #2 in Rohmer's comedies & proverbs
(fr) wrote: Whilst Stallone is still a talented writer and actor, he seems distracted by the additional task of directing, resulting in an uneven movie that simultaneously coasts, soars and plummets.
(au) wrote: I own this on DVD and on Blu-Ray in a five movie pack along with:* Dirty Harry (1971)* Magnum Force (1973)* The Enforcer (1976)* The Dead Pool (1988)
(mx) wrote: The Transporter is the pure definition of a fun action film. You have Jason Statham being a badass, a sexy love interest, complete and hilarious disregards for the laws of physics, need I say more? I can see where a lot of people back in 2002 didn't like this film. It came out not long after Snatch, one of the funniest crime dramas I've ever seen. Snatch was a masterpiece in funny dialogue and story telling. Then here come this Transporter, a movie that ditches the plot and acting for action scenes. I realize that, but since then, these movies have become Statham's trademarks. All he does is mindless action movies, and when you compare this to things like Homefront, you realize how fun the film is. Really, when you see two cars explode because one T-boned by the other, you realize how ridiculous this movie is. I laughed my ass off in this movie. It's so dumb, yet so good. I really wish Statham would play in more movies that just accept what they are like this one. It knows it's a silly action film, and embraces it. Instead he does movies like Safe and Homefront, which try to be smarter than they really are. I don't know, maybe Jason's trying to recapture his Guy Richie days of smart, intelligent comedy crime thrillers. I'll tell him one thing, if you want to make another movie that focuses on plot, get back together with Guy Richie.