Set in the ghettos of Paris in 2010, an undercover cop and ex-thug try to infiltrate a gang in order to defuse a neutron bomb.
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Keller C (ca) wrote: An intriguing movie to say the least. This thought provoking tale of achieving bravery through fear and submission is one for the classics. The cinematography is superb, with the brilliant idea of black and white film. While it does take a while to get going, this movie will knock your socks off, if you give it time.
Matthew J (au) wrote: The lead makes decisions that nobody would make, which takes away from the film's authenticity.
Rae H (nl) wrote: Pretty hair raising... And question raising. Makes you think and leaves you scratching your head. The most unthrilling thriller, but in a way you're not expecting. Brit Marling makes a good sociopathic agoraphobic from the future. Much better than her turn in The East, which I enjoyed in its own right.
DeMarkus H (ru) wrote: Now that was different - worth checking out if you like good acting .
Andrew M (mx) wrote: Cop Out is one of the worst action/comedy movies yet. The trailer of the movie looked good, but the movie is horrible. I would not suggest this movie.
Mark N (au) wrote: Excruciatingly poor even when you are prepared for TV budget effects and plot. sing the Species name to sell the movie is pretty shameful and shows how far a franchise can fall.
Ai V (de) wrote: Stunning, Inspiring & Emotional ....True story of the Struggle against Racism in USA, the Mile Stone in history.
Noname (de) wrote: This is yet another high school comedy movie among all the other millions out there but luckly its one of the better ones i have seen. The story is solid enough for this genre and follows a guy with college as the next step in life but ends up rejected from every school. His new idea is to start a new fake school to fool his demanding parents.. Not to shabby story at all and in the main role we have Justin Long with a long list of comedies aswell as Jonah Hill from the famous "Knocked Up". Anyway its more or less the same type of humor / content as always in these flicks so you know what you get atleast.
Jesse K (mx) wrote: The second of the trilogy finds itself with a more interesting story but less emotional connection. However, I prefer it over Blue.
TTT C (fr) wrote: Here's another film rating.
Art S (ca) wrote: There's something about films set in the 1930s but shot in the 1970s that makes them seem more artificial than many other films. Perhaps it is harder to stop the fashion and hair trends from creeping through (Is Belmondo's hair too long)? Or could it just be the font used for the titles? At any rate, Resnais's film doesn't suffer too much from this ailment; instead, it is another story told from multiple perspectives juggling past, present, and future (but the color photography makes this feel less effective than Last Year at Marienbad). Those who know their French history may be able to better follow the plot, but I understood it to be about a famous conman who rose to great heights of influence with the government and society figures of his day...and then crashed and burned bringing the government down with him.
Veronique K (us) wrote: "daisy kenyou" is another of those popularly cliched concepts on feministic romances in past cinema, always upon the issue of a woman's choice, stuck between two men in indecision. (in the same category, barbara stanwyck's "clash by night" is by far the best one..) briefly joan crawford is daisy kenyou who hesitates between the married cynic dana andrews and lovelorn idealist henry fonda. so she could have both in turns, troubled by the block of her own true wills. basically it's been developed upon some trivial psychological interactions blended with heavy dose of soap opera, even a well-carried one. after an accidental motorbile clash on the snowy road, she comes to realize what she really wants. the script is nothing refreshing but the whole flick gets sustained substantially with the three leads' pro-degreed performances. strangely the car-stumbling scene reminds me of elizabeth taylor's overrated "butterfield 8"...."daisy kenyou" seems to handle the assertion of woman's individualistic will of choices better than taylor's absurd demise in "butterfield 8"....at least "daisy kenyou" has been dubbed with a melodramatic decency to grant audience a replied answer instead of ceasing in the middle way bewilderingly without a conclusion. after all, daisy kenyou is earthily strengthful enough to survive to dignify this flick with a passable ending.
Heather M (fr) wrote: I tried to watch this one, but it did not keep my attention.