Two Chinese coal miners have hit upon the perfect scam: murder one of their fellow mine workers, make the death look like an accident, and extort money from the boss to keep the incident ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Two Chinese miners, who make money by killing fellow miners and then extorting money from the mine owner to keep quiet about the "accident", happen upon their latest victim. But one of them begins to have second thoughts.
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Andrew R (br) wrote: 16 Blocks is an entertaining film about a tired and broken police officer played by Bruce Willis. He is escorting an inmate played by Mos Def to a trial where he will testify against illegal things done by police officers. It sounds strange saying illegal things but that is all the film tells us. Its a strong storyline but it missing certain parts that would make it great. We don't know what the police are trying to cover up. It's also unbelievable that the police would create open season in the middle of a public and busy city. Mos Def does very well and exceeded my expectation. It is just missing a few explanations in the story and certain parts were unbelievable.
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Ian R (it) wrote: This is right in-line with the original Ong Bak and so much better than the Ong Bak sequels. I really enjoyed the fighting in this film, as like Ong Bak, it is very creative and makes good use of modern surroundings. I really enjoyed the fight sequence where Jaa took on a gang of punks attacking him on rollerblades and bikes. Another fight that I thought was well done was the 4 minute continuous steady shot battle up the restaurant floors. It was such a good sequence and impressive to see it all in one interrupted shot. It must have taken a lot of effort to put together. The story was also similar to Ong Bak, so it was quite simple, and it lacked a little bit of the characterization that Ong Bak had, but I think the action makes up for it.
Nick S (br) wrote: Wow.. Do i remember this film...