WWE Tables, Ladders and Chairs invades Boston, MA with a huge event where anything is legal. In the first match, the New Day defends their WWE Tag Team championships against The Usos and The Luchadragons in an amazing ladder match. Next up, Ryback takes on Rusev in singles competition. Will Rusev's fiance, Lana, get involved? Following their matchup, Alberto Del Rio defends his United States championship against the real American, Jack Swagger, in a chairs match. In what is being called the most extreme match of the night, Team Extreme (Rhyno, Tommy Dreamer, and the Dudley Boys) take on the Wyatt Family (Bray Wyatt, Braun Strowman, Eric Rowan, and Luke Harper) in a tag team elimination tables match. To follow the destruction of the tables match, Kevin Owens defends his Intercontinental championship against the lunatic fringe, Dean Ambrose in singles competition. It's now time for some divas action as Paige takes on the defending WWE Divas champion, Charlotte, with her father, WWE Hall... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Allan C (us) wrote: So I got suckered by the oldest trick in the low-budget film marketing game. I saw Jean-Claude Van Damme and Dolph Lundgren top billed and all over the poster, but they are barely supporting characters who are hardly in the movie until the very end. What the film is really about is Scott Adkins having his family killed by masked Universal Soldiers and he then spends the rest of the film seeking his revenge. Despite the bait and switch on who the stars of the film are, the action was surprisingly good for a low budget action film, particularly the fight sequences. It also helped that there was pretty much wall-to-wall action, which is enough to hold action film fans interest, though I'm not sure the action/sci-fi/horror revenge story is enough to hold non-action fan's attention, but I do think the story was a bit more of a head-trip than I'd expected for a direct-to-video, past-their-prime action star flick.
Karsh D (kr) wrote: Enjoyable enough comedy penned by Jewish Baddiel starring Muslim Djalli about Muslim - Jewish relationships. A prickly subject at the best of times but it's more a joke against the hate clerics in truth.
Kjetil H (ag) wrote: Mystiske filmen,handlingen foregr i sagnomsuste Lourdes omrdet i Frankrike,der iallefall titusener av folk valfarter p pilgrimsreise for oppleve et mirakal ! Hovedpersonen her en MS rammet kvinne i rullestol opplevelser der nede er rammen her,finnes mirakler eller er det bare Big Bissniss er noen av temaene her!! Ingen pekefinger reist i noen retning,herlig lavt tempo og nydelig foto hele veien!! Vakker film
Moana W (mx) wrote: isane movie, very entertaining
Jay A (de) wrote: hahahaha had a great time watching this. :)
Martyn M (br) wrote: Paul Newman in his final full movie steals the show, supporting a fine performance from Tom Hanks. Tyler Hoechlin (actually 14 at the time) is equally superb as the son, who know 12 years old discovers his "good father" is anything but good.A slow-paced gangster movie exploring the relationship of father and son on the run, and brutally evoking the period of The Great Depression era. A little lacking in emotional attachment and some odd absurdities in the bank hold-ups (viz the lack of police) and in the character of Maguire, weaken what should have been a better, already decent film.
Samitha B (kr) wrote: Come on!!!! Seriously???
James H (au) wrote: What a terrific cast! Great classic, superbly written. Ginger Rogers, Eve Arden, Lucille Ball and Katherine Hepburn are great and stand out in the cast. One of the best films about the stage. A must see film. This is the movie with the famous Katherine Hepburn "Calla Lilies" scene.
Wes S (br) wrote: It's alright, not too memorable. The characters are rather uninteresting and the film isn't that appealing. Not the best out of Hitchcock's films, but still fairly decent to those into classic comedy mysteries.
Mark P (mx) wrote: stylish British gangster film. Great performances from Ben Kingsley and Ray winstone