In a dystopian Detroit, grand houses that once housed the wealthy are now homes of the city's most-dangerous criminals. Surrounding the area is a giant wall to keep the rest of Detroit safe. For undercover cop Damien Collier, every day is a battle against corruption as he struggles to bring his father's killer, Tremaine, to justice. Meanwhile, Damien and an ex-con named Lino work together to save the city from a plot to destroy it.
Brick Mansions is an action film France-Canada with the participation of actor Paul Walker. The context of the film is in a deserted mansion in the swamps Detroit, where the most dangerous criminals in hiding. Unable to control criminals, police have built a giant picture around the area to protect the rest of the city. Damien Collier undercover cop (Paul Walker) determines to find out who killed his father and demands justice in the fight against corruption. As for the former prisoners Lino (David Belle), every day is a struggle to find an honest man in himself. Both two seemingly deadlocked until the drug lords Tremaine (RZA) kidnapped girlfriend Lino, Damien reluctantly accepts help Lino and together they fight to prevent an extremely sinister plot - destroy the whole city with a bomb. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(jp) wrote: I want to see this but I know it will be a shit follow up to a first great film.
(br) wrote: Tamsin: If you leave me, I'll kill you. Mona: If you leave me, I'll kill you... and then I'll kill myself.
(de) wrote: Two brothers playing same film for the first time very cool. Ben Affleck and Casey Affleck.
(mx) wrote: Pretty sure I saw this in the theater when it came out.
(nl) wrote: This movie was the last movie with all four Marx Brothers. There is very little plot. Groucho is made the President of a fictional country who proceeds to insult the ambassador of a neighboring fictional country. It's a spoof of war and international politics during the great depression. After Chico and Harpo try to steal secret war plans Groucho declares war on the neighboring country. The whole movie goes from one Marx Brothers comedy skit to another. It gets a little slow in the middle when it's just Chico and Harpo. The best scenes are the ones with Groucho. The ending of the movie there is a comedic "war" with crazy uniform changes. At the end of the movie the foreign diplomat is captured and the movie ends. There are none of Groucho's classic lines but they are all funny and come one after another as fast as Groucho can talk.
(ag) wrote: An overcomplicated sci-fi movie that was interesting at times, but ultimately didn't engross me. It's poorly made with a distracting musical score. (First and only viewing - 12/19/2016)
(it) wrote: Roasamund Pike played a fascinating psychopath. Crazy crime intertwined with love. Keeps your brain ticking over.
(au) wrote: A very convoluted boring movie. It had some eye candy so not a total waste.
(us) wrote: What a great movie all around... It made me cry many times.
(mx) wrote: Horrible. I honestly thought this was a low-budget student film when I first watched it. Uninspired, forced, and logically unsound.
(jp) wrote: Can't believe this is getting such high ratings! I am a big fan of the two other movies in this trilogy, and indeed TDK deserves top spot as all time best batman movie, but this last one, I just keep falling asleep, watched it in full after the 4th trial, boring to death, vilains have no charisma whatsoever (Bane's voice makes me laugh mor ethan anything else), plot is dumb, Cotillard as usual kills any movie she's in it (Inception would be so much better without her). This only thing I like is the attempt to continue the dark tone of the 2 previous opus, but so close to failing even that!
(mx) wrote: Fantastic dark and gritty modern day horse opera. Jeffrey Dean Morgan plays one of the most despicable villains to come down the pike in quite some time. In fact, few characters in The Salvation can boast a clean moral compess and even fewer will live to see the credits roll. Strong across the board performances and the typically beautiful cinematography the western demands makes this one of the best post-Unforgiven additions to the genre.