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Xander Cage is your standard adrenaline junkie with no fear and a lousy attitude. When the US Government "recruits" him to go on a mission, he's not exactly thrilled. His mission: to gather information on an organization that may just be planning the destruction of the world, led by the nihilistic Yorgi.

Xander "XXX" Cage is a notorious underground thrill seeker who, until now, has been deemed untouchable by the law. In order not to go to prison, XXX has to infiltrate an underground Russian crime ring. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jesse L (ca) wrote: EVERYONE MUST WATCH THIS.

Dave J (es) wrote: Monday, March 18, 2013 (2011) Game Of Death ACTION Straight-to-rental film starring Wesley Snipes as a CIA operative being instructed to take out a particular mob boss except that he gets himself double crossed. This pass rating has a lot to with it's authenticity particularly the acknowledgment of security guards in hospitals and so forth and it works well up to a specific point. The fights are almost laughable and the gunfights regarding silencers are okay but nothing exciting. 2.5 out of 4

Sonia C (de) wrote: haha, in this movie JA looks lyk a guy i know.

Stephen G (nl) wrote: A very charming and funny film which will appeal to anyone who has had the pleasure of making a film with their friends or something of the like. This may not be a masterpiece, but this film has more heart than most.

Sara S (jp) wrote: omg! this is 1 of my new faves! kinda boring at times, but great movie overall!

Alex F (ca) wrote: It's garbage, awful and so stupid, but I couldn't help laughing at some parts. I feel guilty. #SeedofChucky

Zachary R (br) wrote: Okay, worth seeing once or twice.

Freeman M (de) wrote: A feature-length TV Movie of the Week.

Adrian Z (it) wrote: Russell Mulcahy's directorial debut betrays his background in video clips - visually it features stylized cinematography (courtesy of Dean Semler) and creative lighting. The problem is this is not enough to sustain a wretched Jaws satire featuring a giant razorback boar terrorizing outback Australia - cue those Road Warrior cliches while we're here. The boar itself may look good in a still shot, but moves so poorly the jerky camerawork can't hide it, whilst acting is generally poor. May hold some kitsch value to cult film buffs, but this one is hardly entertaining.

Allan C (au) wrote: Surprisingly good corned teen comedy about Adam Arkin visiting Transylvania with his government spook father, Ed McMahon, and finds himself turned into a werewolf. He does the usual "Teen Wolf" and "I Was a Teenage Werewolf" things like chasing girls and playing football like an animal, but this film was written and directed by auteur Larry Cohen, who regularly inserts interesting political subtexts to his genre films, whether it's a horror flick like "It's Alive" or a blaxploitation film like "Black Ceasar," his films are always a cut above the usual mindless genre dreck. In this film, beyond the surface level comedy, which is quite funny thanks to the talented Arkin, the film, as Cohen describes it, "has some interesting ideas about how life in America has changed sexually and politically since the early sixties. All of Arkin's friends have changed but he hasn't. And whereas he changes into a werewolf all of the time, his friends change into middle aged people while he is gone, with different values and different ideas. They change as much as he does, actually". Cohen didn't make too may comedies, though comic elements are often present in his films, it was interesting to see him do an out and out comedy. And to top it all off, you get Alan Arkin, Adam's dad, playing a monster expert. A must see films for Cohen and Arkin fans and simply an entertaining film for regular film goers.

Robert C (gb) wrote: Although I take issue with the morality of the movie, damning the Joan Crawford character to commit suicide because she committed adultery, I can't help but praise the movie for its script, its direction, its actors, and its effective use of music.

Thiago C (de) wrote: When Marvel started to show the world how to make a silly yet entertaining superhero movie

weinian h (mx) wrote: The words of choices are still intact to make it "literatural" pleasant to understand. And think god he didn't move to mexico in the end. If you set the "mind" clock down to 11-26. You will probably appreciate the movie a bit more.The movie is around the idea of imagination and trying to communicate in a "literature" sense of the character.The background of "cowboy" fantasy, might not be the most effective "theatrical" expression by the people whom study such.But the rebirth of his writing was an interesting one, and the communication was for the kid and the lady. And it captures almost any writer implicit or explicit aware of it in the minds of people.Unless you are solely writing for personal record.But if there is a reason to write for "personal record", its probably because scared that self will forgot something important. Hence, the writing is for a less perfected and memorable self.Doubting what is in Isle Belle island, the craft of theatrical work its poor, I totally agrees that.Even the three daughter's role, is crafted in a way that's predictable after the older girl picks up the diary.It tries to resolve and establish a way for the viewer to untangle conflicts between the characters and merge a "happy ending".But I don't think is wrong, it just that you can only sandwhich so much within a 2 hour movie.

Logan M (gb) wrote: Creepy, shallow, and annoying characters in a movie that's just not that funny and grueling to watch. "Sixteen Candles" hasn't aged nearly as well as "The Breakfast Club."