Zero Tolerance

Zero Tolerance

Johan is a two-fisted Gothenburg cop who finds himself in a shoot-out with jewel robbers. After the smoke has cleared, one robber, shot by his accomplice, and an innocent bystander, are dead. Three witnesses, including Helen, identify thug extraordinaire Leo Gaut as being the dead crook's trigger-happy colleague. Gaut soon threatens the three witnesses, and only Johan, the badge-wearing hero, can save them.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:108 minutes
  • Release:1999
  • Language:Swedish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   robbery,   police,  

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Radu S (gb) wrote: I've never been so affected by a film. I cried and hurt from start to finish. Excellent realistic drama.

John F (ag) wrote: I think this movie is worse than Postal. And Postal was a great movie! This movie is dorktastic in an insanely dorkified way. A great script that could have benefited from cuts in the right parts, but still you can feel the cringe in some parts.

Justin P (gb) wrote: Purely awesome on nearly all-accounts; this is a non-stop thrill ride that leaves the viewer exasperated afterwards, but in such great fashion.

Always S (es) wrote: ha! The rabid penis!

Stuart K (es) wrote: Written by Scott Rosenberg (Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead (1995), Con Air (1997) and High Fidelity (2000)) and directed by David Nutter (TV's 21 Jump Street, Entourage and The X Files), this science fiction thriller is a sly cross between The Stepford Wives (1974) and Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978). Not all of it works, but it does have it's moments throughout. Set in the idyllic coastal town of Cradle Bay in Washington. High School Major Steve Clark (James Marsden) and his family have just move to the town, and he instantly makes friends with Gavin Strick (Nick Stahl), U.V. (Chad E. Donella), and Rachel Wagner (Katie Holmes), all outcasts at the local high school. The popular kids are in a group known as the Blue Ribbons, who are all taking part in a special programme ran by Dr. Caldicott (Bruce Greenwood). Steve is skeptical of this, even more so when Gavin ends up joining the Blue Ribbons, and his attitude changes for the worse too. However, Steve meets janitor Dorian (William Sadler) who spills the beans. It's better than it's reputation makes out, but stuff like this has all been seen before elsewhere, and in some cases, done better. However, it does play the normal people against deadly invaders quite well in places, but the tone of the film is all over the place, and it can't settle down for one single tone throughout.

Endy G (jp) wrote: jason priestley for me only rimes w/ beverly hills

Lynda M (br) wrote: One of the classics of the 20's, that is very hard to find or see. Near 80 years later and this can still be admired by anyone who has a good understanding of film making.

Diane W (mx) wrote: Stark black and white cinematography gives this film a timeless feeling... Beautiful acting by Duvall.

Greg P (us) wrote: Henry Fonda gives an electrifying performance as always, and heads a terrific work of art that portrays Abraham Lincoln in a way little people know of.

Matthew K (us) wrote: Thanks to Matt Reeves' directing, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes has you on the edge of your seat from start to finish. Surprisingly thoughtful, well-directed, well-shot, and gripping. The characters are fully fleshed-out, flawed, and real.

MF J (fr) wrote: Even though Fallon and Barrymore have some good alchemy on screen, this weird comedy from the Farrelly Brothers is quite not the Fever Pitch it aims to be. It's a little undercooked to really convince and feels like an average TV movie rather than something you would go watch at the movies. There was potential but as it is it's very light on the quality level.