Assassins Tale

Assassins Tale

Three assassins deal with life, love, addiction and trust as each tries to find the answers to a better life. Together, they prove to be the most trustworthy in this tangled web of murder, greed, friendship and betrayal.

The film follows three assassins, Silk, Michael Beach, and Guy Garner, as they deal with life, love, addiction and trust as each tries to find the answers to a better life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ben T (au) wrote: "Pete's Dragon" is a fun older Disney flick that has a lot of charm and a lot of fun. Who doesn't love the dragon.

Nguyen Thuy H (au) wrote: The film has many layers and meanings, sure, but I am severely turned off by its indescribably melodramatic sentiments (despite knowing that this is entirely intentional, duh). But, if it is never exactly bothersome, it's because the director takes pain in crafting his ideas, although I have to say that a lot of things still remain unexplored.

Jenn T (fr) wrote: Good cast, slow movie.

Jamie C (au) wrote: Funniest teen comedy to date, It wasn't afraid to try new things and they paid off, It's American Pies older brother and it gives comedy films the push it needed.

John B (nl) wrote: A decent story of a mother and son who have a not-so-great existence in a kibbutz system. A good depiction of how sometimes the strongest communities can effectively abandon one of their own.

Maya S (ru) wrote: I saw this film in a gender and cinema class. If you're familiar with Billy Bud, its a unique interpretation of the piece. This is a film about masculinity, but its as much about landscape as it is about the body. Its a film that has several layers, set in Djibouti a remote base in east Africa about a French Foreign Legion, the film has several gazes all at once kind of creep up on you. An interesting film to revisit.

Muhammad K (ag) wrote: Brendan Gleeson was very funny in this movie. The plot was alright, it wasn't very genius.

Richard (ca) wrote: The only thing better than the stuff about the car and the fight between him and his father is the fact that it really happened and that guy,Frank is in a lot of Mob movies I've seen. And who could forget Philly the Nap!

Johnny T (br) wrote: There's a slightness to Postcards From the Edge, and a little too much satirical self-help jargon (the story is all about how Suzanne learns to like herself). But the movie captures - and celebrates - how easy it is to turn your problems into show biz. Their drugs are Cigarettes, Television, and Hostess Cup Cakes. In the end, if I am ever reincarnated and I have my choice between hating my White Trash Mom or hating my movie star Mom. I'm picking the movie star Mom every time. Postcards From the Edge seems to have been a terrifically genial collaboration between the writer and the director, Miss Fisher's tale of odd-ball woe being perfect material for Mr. Nichols's particular ability to discover the humane sensibility within the absurd. Among the pleasures to be found here are some amusing sidelong glances at how movies get made and the singing talent of Streep as well as MacLaine. There's not much depth here, but Nichols does a fine job with the surface effects, and the wisecracks keep coming. Postcards From the Edge is alive only when it's being as mean and vicious as its little heart can be, which is more than often enough. VERDICT: "High-Quality Stuff" - [Positive Reaction] This is a rating to a movie I view as very entertaining and well made, and definitely worth paying the full price at a theatre to see or own on DVD. It is not perfect, but it is definitely excellent. (Films that are rated 3.5 or 4 stars)

John M (ag) wrote: Hilariously bad. Seeing Joaquin Phoenix this young in a starring role is interesting but good God, the amount of 80s cliche in here is just nauseating and consistently humorous.

Michael T (es) wrote: One of the so-called "Twilight Spaghetti Westerns" filmed at the end of the cycle. These movies were generally filmed in Italy, often on run-down Western sets, and often featured Leonard Cohen-esque ballads on the soundtrack rather than Ennio Morricone. Its a shame that Castellari did not direct any more westerns after this; this is one of his best films and he shows a real affinity for the genre. Franco Nero, with long hair and a beard, plays a very different character than his Django persona in the 1960s (of course, the film was billed a sequel to DJANGO in some countries). Woody Strode and William Berger are the lone Americans in the cast. Like many of Leonne's and Corbucci's films, this western should be viewed as an allegory set in the American frontier and not as a depiction of real history. The Anchor Bay DVD is very good and includes an audio commentary featuring director Castellari. The film is now being offered by Blue Underground, in packaging that looks similar to the Anchor Bay product.

Martin T (nl) wrote: This movie struck me as uneven. Some of its unconventionalities are quite clever or charming, others are far too arch (the blackface, the "naughty" judge) and some just seem pointless (the musical Alan Price sequences). The overwhelming cynicism would have been fresh to me as a younger man, but now I don't have much patience for it. However, the comedy helps it go down easier, and it's reasonably entertaining. What really saves it is McDowell, who has such extraordinary presence and charisma.

David E (es) wrote: I thought this movie was superb and I look forward to reading the novel. Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward were both equally amazing. The music score by the great Elmer Bernstein was also quite remarkable.

Elmer P (us) wrote: I cannot be the only person who loves this movie. CLASSIC 90's video-game to movie film at it's cheesiest and I loved every minute of it. Scott Wolf and Mark Dacascos are hilarious as the Lee Brothers based loosely on the vide game series. I enjoyed the cameos and of course a bleach blond Alyssa Milano!!

Conrad T (kr) wrote: 1/2 a star. Remake of the classic by Kirk Douglas I believe but with nothing new except for a bunch of CGI that was trying to resemble 300 or LOTR but was never close.

David B (mx) wrote: Violent and nasty but good. Rather shocking in its racism and bluntness. However it has a great realism about it and Fred Williamson is beautiful to look at. MGM HD are showing a series of Blaxpoitation films on Sky. Well worth checking out. Lots of the "N" word