Double Team

Double Team

He's a one-man arsenal... with enough voltage to rock the free world. They Don't Play by the Rules. You're either on their side...or in their way. America's top counter-terrorist usually works alone...this time he's got company.

Counter-terrorist Jack Quinn misses his target, Stavros, on the eve of his final mission. From there, he is sent to "The Colony", a rebirth for presumed-dead assassins. He breaks free from there, and seeks the aid of Yaz, a weapons dealer, for his final battle with Stavros. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Double Team torrent reviews

Valerie V (ca) wrote: Ok the Hydra is totally fake. But all in all the movie was ok. This is a movie to watch when you don't have anything good to see.

Brian K (it) wrote: Sure it's preposterous, but for a legal thriller you could see worse.

Ondrej (ru) wrote: Although huge ensemble cast and unique take on movie story telling, the movie is dry, emotionless and a drag. 3 hours of grasping for straws of any humain interaction.

Eliel L (fr) wrote: A diferencias de sus antecesoras, esta entrega se enfoca ms al factor entretenimiento, pero a la vez conservas algunos rasgos emocionales que hicieron brillar a la primera entrega.

Jay F (ru) wrote: I used to watch this shit all the time when I was little. A total Godzilla ripoff, but he's a giant turtle who can go into his shell and FLY! As a bonus when he's fling the shell shoots out FLAMES!Also the theme song with little Japanese kids singing is the shit.

Ben L (br) wrote: Please forgive me, but history was never my strong suit. It seems if I was more of a student of history I might have known what to expect in Becket. Instead, I viewed it as a wholly concocted script and kind of judged it based on how effective that script was for me (not taking into account any of the actual events from history books.) Becket is probably one of the most forgettable films I've watched in a long time. The one thing that will stick with me are the performances of Richard Burton and Peter O'Toole. They certainly make it a film worth watching. Sadly, I didn't feel the story rivaled the acting. It seems that the plot is set up to tell us about 2 close friends and how politics & religion can drive a wedge between them. However, it never really seemed that Becket had any true affection for His King. Instead, I felt like he was the typical servant who feigned loyalty but spent most of his time reluctantly cleaning up the master's messes. I figured this was an ideal setup for a truly powerful fight between the two when they were placed at odds with one another, but instead it was a sudden devotion to God that drove Becket, and his actions became soft almost like he actually cared about Henry. That's not to say that this isn't an interesting or effective way to tell the story, just not the story I was hoping to get. By the end I was losing interest in the characters and their quarrels, and since they spoiled the death of Becket at the beginning there was no real suspense to anything. Now, only days after watching the film, I struggle to remember most of the scenes. I do like both actors and they certainly committed to these roles, but I just wanted a more engaging story with characters that would grab me, and I don't feel like I got that here.

Peter H (nl) wrote: If you take this for what it is (a bit of Cold War propaganda) it's great. Not for those too critical of American military power

Christopher L (ca) wrote: A little slow to pick up and that can cause it to be boring. The multi personality traits were portrayed pretty awesomely though

George I (ru) wrote: Tsui Hark's re-imagining of One Armed Swordsman that itself was an unofficial adaptation of a tiny bit of Louis Cha's second Condor Heroes novel. This one done either as a parody or maybe an acknowledgement of Wong Kar Wai (Ashes Of Time). It does become its own thing, and is unlike anything Tsui had done, before or since. It meanders a bit, but I like it much more now than I did about twenty years ago.

Ian G (mx) wrote: The second sequel and in a sense reboot to the acclaimed series of films Planet of the Apes focuses on Cornelius and Zira as they crashland on Taylor's Earth on the 1970's after escaping the explosion of the Earth of the future, to initially find shock and a certain amount of celebrity before as their cultures history starts to be revealed to the US government including their treatment of humans and the eventual destruction, fear and paranoia soon take over as well as the conversation as to whether it is humaine to abort that possible future. The series continues to hit some pretty heady issues for the time and continue to be considered classics of the period.

Jacob R (es) wrote: While some plotlines are cliche and less than admirable, there is too much greatness, for View Askew fans and just movie fans alike, to miss.

DeadPatriots M (br) wrote: This is a GREAT movie !!! Mickey Rourke and Don Johnson play the perfect this is a messed up life Biker type.

Johnny K (mx) wrote: I saw this when I was still in the phase of being way too easily entertained by any and every movie, and since my parents have decided to waste money on the sequel and force me to join them, I decided to review this. My young self did chuckle throughout, though he was fairly let down considering how much of a sucker he was for the TV spots. It kept my young self reasonably entertained, but ultimately it is a forgettable affair, seeing as I can't remember anything about it aside from all the fatty fall-downs, some of which didn't get me when I was a kid. Verdict: C

Zoran K (nl) wrote: One of best comedies ever (seriously) ! :-)

Kevin M W (kr) wrote: A little bit of a homage to Silence Of The Lambs as a psychic begrudgingly agrees to go after a serial killer. There's even a scene where Hopkins deconstructs a FBI agent, reading her the riot act, just like in Silence. The best scene is when Hopkins faces Farrell, two gunslinger slinging.

Moses S (ru) wrote: some funny parts, but mostly just weird. Not my cup of tea.