When the young detective Paul Nerteaux finds the third slashed female corpse of illegal Turkish immigrants, he decides to ask for support to the experienced dark retired detective Jean-Louis Schiffer to chase the serial killer. Together, they infiltrate in the Turkish mafia trying to find the answer to the crimes. Meanwhile, the worker Anna Heymes is being submitted to a brain treatment and has severe headaches and glimpses of memories and visions. When these two parallel events collide, disclose that the Turkish organization "The Wolves" is behind them.
Writer:Jean-Christophe Grangé (novel), Jean-Christophe Grangé (screenplay), Chris Nahon (screenplay), Christian Clavier (screenplay), Franck Ollivier (screen
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Harold V (it) wrote: A great story!Cool animation!Supergirl rocks!
Eric S (kr) wrote: Jamie Kennedy we love you man!
Cynthia S (es) wrote: This is a highly stylized action movie with lots of interesting ideas, lots of energetic fight scenes, and some decent plot twists. That being said, it does suffer from lack of definition. This movie is based on a comic book series, so they made this one for people already familiar with the characters. There are glaring plot lapses, some irreconcilable twists to the tale, and a whole lot of jumping all over the board. Quite frankly, I was confused during most of this...but overall it wasn't too bad.
Jeannie H (jp) wrote: Over all I'd say this was a good movie, the jokes were crude, the idea was a good one... however it did seem to fal short in some areas. The chemistry between Cook and Alba was good in some scenes and non existant in others. Coming out of the movie I felt there was something missing and the best way to dcribe it is I felt like at some points in the movie they were just doing what they had to do to finsish the movie or just saying the lines. Some of it was delivered without much emotion. Overall though worth a watch but wait for DVD.
Matth E (au) wrote: it was good the second time. Mr. Show version is better.
C H (au) wrote: A must see with a strong plot. I had trouble with the english they speak but subtitle carried me thru.
Steven C (es) wrote: Good movie liked it could be better but overall good
Kristopher P (jp) wrote: Something for the cultural rubber-neckers. An intergalactic quest to find "The Hoff".
Roman M (us) wrote: Larry Cohen at his very best.
Dave H (de) wrote: Noirish cross between Pretty Woman and Working Girl, but far less comedic or endearing than either. It cops out a bit at the end, with some token sentiment, but for the most part it's blackly cynical - an amazingly upfront (for the era) take on sexual exploitation - of and by both genders. The first act is a cracker, and the railcar scene unforgettable. Not fun, but very interesting.
Jim F (es) wrote: Much bigger ledge than i expected
Jim R (au) wrote: Phenomenal British gangster film, even if you have to watch it three times to understand the accent. There are elements of real romance, dark comedy and even a little bit of horror. What is real romance? It's genuine chemistry, portrayed by two attractive but middle aged actors. You can feel their adoration for each other. SEE THIS FILM!
Paul T (us) wrote: Possibly the best bond movie yet, I liked how they tied back to the vintage bond movies. Must see.
Rick L (mx) wrote: It was original. It tells us what it take to get rid of hate and pain but at what cost.Over all it was a good movie with a deep story meaning to it