In this, when Cold War veteran Stan Hurley takes CIA black ops recruit Mitch Rapp under his wing, they receive an assignment to investigate a wave of random attacks on both military and civilian targets. After discovering a pattern of violence, Hurley and Rapp join forces with a lethal Turkish agent to stop a mysterious operative who wants to start a global war. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Following the murder of his fiancée, Mitch Rapp trains under the instruction of Cold War veteran Stan Hurley. The pair then is enlisted to investigate a wave of apparently random attacks on military and civilian targets.
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Lauren S (br) wrote: Everyone needs to see this film! I was deeply moved, inspired, enraged and brought to tears throughout those 85 minutes.
Bhav T (gb) wrote: Strange movie.... had potential. Was interesting. As with most hindi movies, the first half starts well but they start to lose it in the second half.
Can B (mx) wrote: ok zayf ok kopuk ve yzeysel bir belgesel.. belgesel bile de?il.. "tekke ve zaviyeleri kapatp ocukluk intikamn ald" demek atatrke ve cumhuriyete hakaretten ba?ka bir?ey de?il.. atatrkn tek adam dnemini karamsar mzikler e?li?inde vermek, o dnem yapacak ba?ka bir?ey olmad?n bilmeyen biri tarafndan yaplabilir ancak.. tabii can dndar her?eyi biliyor da birilerinin kuca?na oturmu?, siyasi otorite ?irinlikler yapm?, atatrk halktan uzak biriymi? gibi gstermi?.. krtlere zerklikten bahsedip gerisini getirmemek hibir belgeselde olamayacak bir?ey.. art niyet ve yanl? bilgilerle dolu, yazklar olsun...
Rachael D (nl) wrote: pretty good for a straight to DVD movie, very funny how they waited 25 Years to make a sequel to "WarGames". love Matt Lanter! :D
Rainer K (ca) wrote: It's not that I didn't like Art School Confidential, it's more like I don't care much about it either.The premise could make a decent movie I guess, and the casting of John Malkovich (who would make a better art teacher?) and Jim Broadbent is genius but after all the whole film is somewhere between flat and preposterous.Flat because it never gets really intense or thrilling or even melodramatic, preposterous because some thought this would actually be a genuine film.Whoever likes semi-comedic Indie films about art clich should stop by immediately - everyone else won't find enough in there for good but I also can't see anyone hating Art School (it's even funny at times and the ending isn't bad either)
JayCee C (it) wrote: i used to watch this movie all the time... in like sixth grade of course :)
Nate K (ru) wrote: Awesome! Overall Grade: A-
Mike N (au) wrote: not your average cop flick, cool and original.
The Critic (mx) wrote: Slow-paced, dialogue-dominated sequel to the 1980 cult classic whose horrible script is filled with many clichs that all lead to disappointing resolutions and leaves director Jon Hess very little to work with. And the less said about the performances the better.
Denise A (nl) wrote: This is a really good movie. A great movie from the 80's!
Greg S (fr) wrote: A sculptor tracks his daughter's killer in Venice. Slightly more stylish than the usual second-string giallo, but mainly a snooze.
Jim B (mx) wrote: A wealthy man kills his daughters drug dealer boyfriend after she nearly dies from a drug overdose. He then befriends a racist blue collar worker. The tone and message of this film changed so drastically at different times that I wasn't sure I was gonna like it by the end. The finale explained it all. I liked it.
Josh H (de) wrote: Pretty Freaking hilarious. This style of cinematography is unique to Stephen Chow and it has excellent action scenes and doesn't take its self to seriously. A fun movie.