Detonator II: Night Watch

Detonator II: Night Watch

UN agents Mike Graham and Sabrina Carver are sent by their director Nick Caldwell to investigate the theft of Rembrandt's painting, "The Night Watch". The trail takes them from Amsterdam to...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:94 minutes
  • Release:1995
  • Language:English,Korean,Dutch,French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,   rocket,   spy,  

UN agents Mike Graham and Sabrina Carver are sent by their director Nick Caldwell to investigate the theft of Rembrandt's painting, "The Night Watch". The trail takes them from Amsterdam to... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Brandon M (fr) wrote: Best horror movie ever!!!!!

Sheri C (de) wrote: I really liked this film. The premise is very abstract and that's what I liked about it. Some critics had said that it was slow and weird and the third act was crap because of the reincarnation thing. I totally got what it was trying to say. It's a fucking movie, it's not real but it opens the viewers mind to a different reality. Critics should take the pickle out of their ass and lighten up.

Kyle S (ag) wrote: For the Cobain enthusiast such as myself, it's worthwhile and maddening all at once.

amarinda k (gb) wrote: i luvvv this film soooo much da songs wkd and overall the film is jus great!!

Frances H (au) wrote: A heart-rending, gut punching film about the plight of desperate illegal immigrants and how they are preyed upon by the unscrupulous. Audrey Tatou is wonderful, as is co-star Chiwetel Ejiofor. Unlike other films in this genre, the ending has an element of ironic justice and hope, but at the same time makes us realize how our lives are affected by the accident of our place of birth.

Robert A (us) wrote: Great wrestling documentary. Great insight into the life of Terry Funk, Mick Foley, and Jack "The Snake" Roberts. Jake's story is the saddest of the bunch, by far. This would be a great movie to watch alongside The Wrestler. Terry Funk and Jake Roberts reminded me of the main character in The Wrestler.

Rini N (nl) wrote: Perhaps, no idealistic person in politics. That's the movie all about.

Charles P (nl) wrote: The Sam Fuller method of True Love: When you first meet your woman, punch her in the face in the dark, then offer her a beer, hold her tenderly while making sure her face isn't too bruised up, then slap her around some more. Later, slap her around again along with some shoving and kicking. Guaranteed for the win! But when her ex slaps her around and shoots her, you take your revenge on that no-good punk for doing that to your special lady!

Logan M (au) wrote: Slow moving, but at a reasonable pace that effectively depicts the descent of alcoholism.

Qi Z (gb) wrote: The only verb directly comes to mind is "bouleverser". Not in the way that usually sentimental movies tugging on certain threads of emotional cords, but something about the loss and sorrow. I do recognize the life of the mathematicians. It is not important of any particular speciality - math or physics or chemistry -but a life of mind. I am among the truly gifted ones who have their daemons standing and prodding them steadily toward the higher reaches of discovery and even fames, but I did have glimpses of the pure beauty that resides resolutely above the life quotidian. The movie mentioned the imaginary unit "i" as the geek rock bands play in complete silence. I know how this non-existed number (which is the square-root of minus -1) defines the boundary of what is tangible, to what is realm of pure ideas. It may be an inside joke in the movie, but it can mean something very solemn for those of us who had previously pestered our professors with "but it does not exist in reality". It is something we can not know perceptually, yet this pure idea has made much of our electronic technology possible. The crux of the story, I think, lies the conflicting demands of intellect and heart. In the scene where the deranged father forced the daughter to read out his "proof" in the snowing night, I can see something more than the sorrow and suffering, the futile struggle against the disintegrating body, but a sense of affirmation of human bond. Does it really matter that there is a breakthrough in math when there are such two souls linking together against the inclemency of age and disease?

Andrew D (de) wrote: As you would expect from a superhero film from the 80's, "Superman 2" is laughably cheesy in parts and incredibly outdated in many respects. The best thing about the movie is the music. The theme song alone is great but the score throughout the film is also very good. The film is very well shot by the two directors. The film also has a very good story. The idea of having a superhero losing their powers would not seem very inventive by today's standards but back then it was new. The acting all around is very good here as well. While some of the jokes seem out of place a lot of them are very funny as well. The negative things about the film are that it goes off to a very slow start. Also the Lex Luthor character played by Gene Hackman serves very little purpose to the overall plot and is really only there to crack jokes which is kind of sad. I also don't think the villains are fleshed out well enough. The visuals are very cheep looking as well. Overall "Superman 2" is a fairly enjoyable and above average film but has many cheesy elements that might not appeal to people looking for something darker.3/5