Separated by a checkpoint, Palestinian lovers from Jerusalem and Ramallah arrange clandestine meetings.
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Brittany P (au) wrote: Loved it, was very relatable! Cast was super funny! A must see!
Lisandro C (jp) wrote: Good intentions, but terrible, terrible acting.
Jonathan C (mx) wrote: WHY!?!?!?!?!?! MUST THEY BUTCHER THE CLASSIC ARMY OF DARKNESS QUOTE!!!!! AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!
Michael P (it) wrote: Nonsense. The cheesy acting and ridiculous plot go hand in hand and there is really no saving either. There is the bonus of some great eye candy but this can only go so far. The fights are silly but fairly entertaining, all of them delivered as deliberate set pieces so as to almost underline that this is a video game movie. The dialogue is truly aweful and completely over saturated with one liners. Any attempts from the cast to give the script any emotional credibility is lost as there is just bo point. The action is very heavy on the slo-mo and unfortunately this did start to detract from some otherwise slick fight choreography. There is an awesome opener for Holly Valance's character involving a gun and a bra that promises a slicker, cooler film ahead.. but the end result it is just too cheesy to pull it off. This would be a one star review..but I'm adding an extra half star for creative fights and hot women.
Jamie C (es) wrote: Good disaster film, Deserves more credit, Nice plot and very entertaining from start to finish.
The M (nl) wrote: It has it's funny moments.
Christine R (br) wrote: i didn't really like this movie
stu b (de) wrote: Imaginative and thought provoking. The lesson of how parent's attitudes can hold their children back is timeless.
Walter M (ag) wrote: The movie starts with detectives Alex Cross(Tyler Perry), Monica Ashe(Rachel Nichols) and Thomas Kane(Ed Burns) apprehending a serial rapist, but not before chasing him all over an abandoned warehouse, drop kicking him off a floor and shooting him in the leg. Even after all of that, a mystery man(Matthew Fox) is none too impressed. Still, he impresses Fan Yau Lee(Stephanie Jacobsen) with his bare fist martial arts prowess. When she turns up brutally murdered the following morning, the detectives are on the scene, not only to find her murderer but to stop him from striking again.On the one hand, "Alex Cross" is a more faithful rendering of James Patterson's hero than previously done, giving us a much more robust character than portrayed elsewhere by Morgan Freeman. But honestly, all that really means is that this version adheres much closer to Patterson's simplistic worldview of demonic evil vs angelic good. That's not to mention the empty sadism and misogyny on display here. As the cast is going off in every direction imaginable, they make little difference, even Giancarlo Esposito with a cameo in the Henry Ford Museum. Speaking of which, at least the movie takes full advantage of Detroit locations, especially in the climax.
Armando P (mx) wrote: Good acting and twisted plot.
Brian B (nl) wrote: Wow! Totally awesome movie with a brilliant terrific plot! Rarely do I give a movie a perfect five out of five stars but this movie gets it! It's everything "Lucy" wanted to be but failed miserably! Limitless is an awesome thrill ride with a star studded line up all the way down to the Russian Thug played by Andrew Howard! Brilliant!
Simon D (kr) wrote: This is a very bad film, for so many reasons. I think that those responsible for making this figured that there are enough customers out there who will just be happy to see nudity and that'll be enough for them. Perhaps they're right but they gotta understand that there is a different market for people like that. Try and make a film like this for the mainstream and you are gonna get crucified, which they did. I just wanna give a few examples of how bad this was. An early scene shows the main actre... no, cast member playing a fruit machine by staring about 2 foot higher than where the reels were. So obvious it was cringeworthy directing. The same person kept on being told what a great dancer she was yet, compared with the other dancers, she glided across the stage as gracefully as a pathetic bimbo trying to run away from a mouse whilst wearing high heels for the very first time. There was one dance routine that lasted all of 20 seconds and was repeated in every dance scene throughout her entire career. I'm no expert but I'm sure she wasn't supposed to look like a drunk exhibitionist cousin at a wedding but she did. This is not to mention how offensive this film is to women, it would not have been possible to glamourise the unfortunate world of lap-dancing and stripping any more. I'm sure that Vegas do not really have productions like this; it is just some perv's fantasy put into film.
Bob R (mx) wrote: slightly predictable, very wonderful