In Talbot, Ohio, a father's need for surgeries puts the family in a financial bind. His son Vince, an electrician, overhears a man talking about making a fortune in just a day. When the man overdoses on drugs, Vince finds instructions and a cell phone that the man has received and substitutes himself: taking a train to New York and awaiting contact. He has no idea what it's about. He ends up at a remote house where wealthy men bet on who will survive a complicated game of Russian roulette: he's number 13. In flashbacks we meet other contestants, including a man whose brother takes him out of a mental institution in order to compete. Can Vince be the last one standing? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Carlos M (au) wrote: A captivating rock-doc that begins rather clumsy but later grows to become a surprisingly revealing portrait of a man who has always felt diminished compared to his successful brother - who happens to be the lead singer of a fantastic indie rock band of worldwide reputation.
Kyle C (mx) wrote: I know this one is called All About Steve, but this is definitely all about Sandra, this is very funny but, you definitely need to be a Sandra Bullock fan to like this because she carries this movie on her own. The rest of the cast is fairly straight shooting except for Bullock, she plays her bubbly, ditzy self but no one does it better, worth a view for Bullock fans, but non fans may not like it.
Hady M (ag) wrote: Great Story Telling For a Documentary, I Think James Longley Had Risk His Life To a Great Dangerous To Capture These Images,The Editing Made This Movie a 5 Stars Film :)
Page P (mx) wrote: This movie is very predictable and shows some inspiration, but often submerges into a form of negation. The acting is a mix of bad, solid, bad, and okay if that makes any sense. I feel this movie tried to hard for it was. Although I cant say this movie is utterly bad. It's okay. Just entertaining.
Kevin R (jp) wrote: I don't blend.The xXx unit has lost enough agents and needs a new, special ops agent from Agent Gibbons past. He frees a former soldier, and former army buddy, to take down an international cartel; however, the cartel kidnaps Agent Gibbons. The former colleague will need to strap up the boots with Agent Gibbons' lackey and try to rescue Agent Gibbons and bring down the cartel."You can die in here or you can take the fight to them."Lee Tamahori, director of Die Another Day, Along Came a Spider, Next, The Devil's Double, The Edge, Mullholland Falls, Once were Warriors, and The Patriarch, delivers xXx: State of the Union. The storyline for this picture is dreadful, unimaginative, and painfully pathetic. The action scenes were awkward as was the acting. The cast includes Samuel L. Jackson, Ice Cube, Willem Dafoe, Xzibit, Nona Gaye, Peter Strauss, and Scott Speedman."'I don't play with my life. I'd rather play with yours."I came across this on Netflix and decided to watch it again for the first time in a long time. This was fairly terrible with few redeeming qualities. I'm not sure I would even recommend this to action genre junkies, because even the action is lacking. I recommend skipping this."You're going to want to be real delicate here."Grade: D
James P (es) wrote: An art house, German comedy that translates fairly well into English, and Daniel Brhl is typically excellent.
Jen S (fr) wrote: I was completely transported to that reality in Africa, loved that. But dunno, missed some dialoguing sometimes.
Oya C (de) wrote: Did anybody noticed the poster hanging at the buss stop? It is 18:21 min. into the movie. It has 6 fingers on it. I cant make up the writings on the poster. Can someone get back to me please...
Samuel C (kr) wrote: One of the best Bill Murray films ever.
Steve S (nl) wrote: **1/2 (out of four) Four hour mini-series that tries to add some credibility to the mass of Hercules movies that have become somewhat of a joke over the years. Paul Telfer sure looks the part, though he also looks like he should be advertising toothpaste, or something like that. The story is still on the weak side as he goes through all his usual trials. Better than most, but nothing overly special.
Boris C (jp) wrote: In Ren Clair's "A Nous la Libert," Henri Marchand and Raymond Cordy are woefully miscast as two ex-convicts. I had high hopes for this picture, but ultimately the humor fails to produce laughs and the satire is misguided and disconnected from the truth. The tone of the movie is sharply uneven and that's likely due to the fact that the movie had no shooting script and the actors were forced to improvise. This ultimately leads to the fragile and disjointed structure. I have no idea why Ren Clair trusted these actors to build the foundation for his movie - they simply do not have the screen presence or charisma to carry a film. On that basis alone, the movie is not effective and thus I cannot recommend it. With that said, the score provided by Georges Auric is one of the positive aspects of this movie, as it attempts to match the movements of the assembly line. It almost makes up for the lack of chemistry between Marchand and Cordy. Ren Clair shows glimpses of promise and with better actors he might have pulled this off, but his lack of vision is accentuated by the lack of truth in the messages he attempts to portray.
Fong K (de) wrote: What a five-star yummy visual treat; this has to be Wes Anderson's grandest cinematic endeavour. So delicious to look at, one can almost forget about the loony caricatures scurrying about in a wafer-thin plot.
Alex R (br) wrote: This movie definitely gets an extra half star due to the awesomeness that was the 3D. If you choose not to see this film in 3D, you are missing out on a huge aspect of the film. With that out of the way, Transformers 3 is a movie with about as much soul and character development as well...nothing. This movie does not really care for its characters or story too much but that is not the point of a Transformers film. These movies are meant to be watched for pure entertainment, forgetting the outside world. Transformers 3 is no exception. This is not a story driven film but more of a virtual roller coaster ride. If anyone can get past the first 90 minutes of corny, cheesy humor this movie has to offer, you will not be disappointed with the final hour. It is a massive climax that will appeal to many as the spectacle and scope are phenomenal. This is probably the greatest action I have ever seen put on screen and that was all I was hoping for in a Transformers film. Overall, Transformers: Dark of the Moon delivered on the action standpoint but on a story level, it was a huge failure.
Rob M (au) wrote: From the director of Porky's, A Christmas Story, and Baby Geniuses comes this early effort that may or may not be a spoof of zombie flicks. If it isn't a spoof, immediately deduct one star.