Aeon Flux is a mysterious assassin working for the Monicans, a group of rebels trying to overthrow the government. When she is a sent on a mission to kill the Chairman, a whole new mystery is found. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Aeon Flux is a mysterious assassin working for the Monicans, a group of rebels trying to overthrow the government. When she is sent on a mission to kill the Chairman, a whole new mystery is found.
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Ngatuba G (nl) wrote: how can i see the flim on the net
William P (br) wrote: LOve fOreign films with sO much actiOn!!
Marsha T (au) wrote: Perfect crime thriller for HK
Danilo M (jp) wrote: Starts as a serious drama about family issues and dealing with responsibilities... ends up as a moronic story about a baby with wings. No metaphor, no symbolism, just a bold move to desperately try to seem different.
i C (fr) wrote: This movie is shit. he get hit like 1 time in the hole film. are you fu****** kidding me
Wayne H (ag) wrote: I don't remember the other movies that I've seen Seann Scott in before ... but, I do think that he is a pretty cool actor. It was strange to see Lou Diamond Phillips with the hairstyle he used in this movie. Anyhow, I enjoyed the movie, however, I'm not sure that I'd recommend it to anyone...
Heather D (au) wrote: Heartbreaking and heartwarming wrapped in one case...
Zach M (jp) wrote: This was just a mediocre movie starring Alicia Silverstone and Benicio Del Toro. Christopher Walken seems to show up in every movie it seems like. Alicia Silverstone never really did make the best movies.
Brian R (gb) wrote: Silly but funny movie. Have to have a sense of humor to get it. It was meant to be silly but also has a little action. I love it and always have.
Adam R (de) wrote: Cinematic fool's gold. There are a few funny scenes and it has the right look, but the story never takes hold of us. It just isn't quite the real deal. (First and only viewing - 8/27/2014)
Kelly S (us) wrote: I loved this movie! Amazing cast including a favorite of mine, Julia Roberts. If you had the perfect family growing up you may not be able to relate to this movie but watch it anyway to see the dysfunction the rest of us were raised around. I enjoy movies that make me feel emotions while watching. The best movies in my opinion are the movies that make you feel numerous feelings all while watching one movie. I laughed at some parts and cried at others, some characters I felt embarrassed for and others I felt pride. This movie was very entertaining and each role was important to the overall feel of the movie. One of my new favs!
Anna B (ag) wrote: Trank is clearly more comfortable with the dark turn in the second half, and consequently the third act turns out pretty cool. Which is not to say it begins terribly, but there is a lot of awkwardness in the acting there, with playing to visible cameras, with people in their mid-twenties playing high-schoolers, and particularly playing the "Holy shit, broooo!" moments to thin air. Some really effective sequences though, and the effects are good even if they're already starting to show their age.
Ed D (ag) wrote: I feel the need to bury these Sandler movies, purely just to get it out my system. It's a crime that he's still got so much power within Hollywood to produce these unfunny bores.Like with Chuck and Larry, my pigheaded view once again is that the leading lady be the only good thing to draw. The lovely Kate Beckinsale of course.My main issue with this is its ending, it really does cheat you out of your money. That is, if you chose to willingly hand over money for something so hideously embarrassing. Even before the ending, this film becomes increasingly morbid as it goes on, as it retreads the same familiar shtick about how this uninteresting schmuck needs to be a better father and husband, to extreme lengths.Look at the poster. Look at it.You don't need this in your life. Now go and watch Persona.
Whit w (mx) wrote: I have always been a big animation fan, but have really not gotten into the latest superhero cartoons that have become so popular. I have stuck mostly to classic Warner Bros and MGM cartoon shorts. However, given the strength of "Justice League: The New Frontier", I'll have to seriously consider watching more of them. The story line is adult and there is a surprising amount of violence. The plot is pretty thin but most of the movie's run time concentrates on Green Lantern and Martian Manhunter. Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman play secondary roles, with Flash getting more screen time. The Justice League presented here is not like the one portrayed in the corny, kidsy "SuperFriends" cartoons of the 70's. It is at times a very serious film. The animation on this DVD is a mixed bag. I was very impressed by the opening title sequence and the dogfight that appears at the start of the movie. The most disappointing thing about the animation was the lack of character detail in many of the shots. The final battle with the villain named "The Centre" was pretty exciting and the conclusion was satisfying.
Eunice L (es) wrote: The movie is okay - but I particularly like the romance between Craig (Sam Rockwell) and Megan (Keira Knightley)! Really like Sam Rockwell's character of a divorced father with a little cocky attitude in the movie!
Richard H (nl) wrote: Hoo Ray for USA INCORPORATED
Armando B (es) wrote: Another exorcism flick, but with a lame story and acting. Totally skippable.