The Baseline is the centre of the East London grime club scene and the queue regularly stretches around the block. Danny works on the door - breaking up fights and managing drunk kids. However, when he rescues Terry, the club owner and local gang leader, from a hitman, Danny is suddenly plunged deep into an underworld he had tried so hard to avoid. Danny is promoted to manager, but only on the condition that he turns a blind eye to the shady goings on both on and off the dance-floor. Danny and his girlfriend Jessica dream of setting up their own club, but Danny is forced to make the ultimate sacrifice when he has to choose between loyalty, morality and his own dreams of escape
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Drake H (de) wrote: Fuck the critics. I don't h understand why people hate this. I loved it
Jeff F (ru) wrote: Anyone who had read the Job's Biography should see this. It reveals an entirely different dimension to Job's complicated personality.
Neal B (de) wrote: The Most awaited Movie of the year 2012, Yash Raj Films First Project with Salman Khan seems to entertain me much, its average script, commendable performance and Good direction that Makes Ek tha Tiger a movie worth watching. A few people said that this film could have been better but i found it better than expected, so I'm not complaining.Overall, it's a Hollywood-style "James Bond" kind of action film with Indian elements but not close to Shah Rukh Khan's "DON 2" which was more to the Hollywood type but Ek Tha Tiger's main key is the strong romance, other than romance, there are nice additions like humor but barely visible. Entertainment is what people want and i think that's what you get out of this film.You may be persuaded into the Salman fan club after seeing this. I certainly was,The surprising twists n turns in the story (reminds me of RACE), perfectly timed punches and very well executed fight sequences will make you change your opinion. For Salman Khan and Katrina fans, its a must watch.
Marcus Katherine R (br) wrote: So bad. So so so bad.
Andy P (de) wrote: Classic performance by Van Damme
Lee B (fr) wrote: Loved this... one of my favorite kung fu movies as well as a great comedy... its over the topness is it best feature....also very stylish in its own way...like way cool
Mike B (ru) wrote: Excellent film with fine performances. Giamatti is absolutely amazing. Highest recommendation.
Arash B (es) wrote: I just couldn't care less about these characters
Benjamin R (fr) wrote: Saw this in the theater and really don't remember much, but I remember thinking it was decent.
Matt V (jp) wrote: I never was a fan of the TV show. The movie was just a long episode of Lassie so, there you go.
Jiana W (de) wrote: Lmao. One of the Rotten Tomatoes reviews starts with "God help us all." Yeah I guess in all fairness that is how this movie can be summed up. But... it's a Pauly Shore movie from the early 90s. What do you expect? It is what it is. I laugh at the goofy humor and antics. It is a movie that is absolutely beyond making any sort of sense or staying within the confines of believable logic. It's just a movie about a cave man who is frozen for thousands of years, then discovered by two best buddies as they try to dig a swimming pool in their backyard. How Dave's parents are down with him creating a giant, ugly hole in their yard in what is only a shallow attempt to be cool is never explained. How digging a pool would make one cool is never explained either. This is California. I thought just about everybody had a swimming pool. Meh, but who cares? As I said, "Encino Man" is what it is and doesn't seem to aspire to be anything more than that. It's ridiculous and silly, and I like it, though not as much as I used to. It hasn't aged very well, haha.
Jamey P (gb) wrote: A perfect pulp mystery to figure out. One of my favorite non-block buster movies from the 80's/90's. Reminiscent of Shattered. If you like a movie to figure out, this is perfect.
Scott R (fr) wrote: Not a bad thriller about a woman being stalked and persuaded to do rob the bank she works at. It must have been controversial back in the day.
Allan C (ru) wrote: The Irving Berlin songs were catchy, but the film was a little to "musically" for my taste. I know it's supposed to be a classic, but I'll take "It's Always Fair Weather" or "Swing Time" over this any day.
Chuck N (us) wrote: For those who are fans of the original, so for the 2 who are, go crazy.
Emily L (fr) wrote: This is a really cute ligh-hearted film. Mary Astor's frighteningly thin eyebrows bother me, though.