End Game

End Game

Alex Thomas was the man in charge of protecting the president but, when the time came to fulfill his duties, everything just went wrong. His conscience haunted by a bullet and his devotion to his country stronger than ever, Alex teams with seasoned reporter in navigating a treacherous web of lies, unlocking a dangerous conspiracy, and enters into a deadly world in which skilled assassins and highly-trained ex-special ops lurk in every shadow.

A secret Service agent and a news reporter investigate the conspiracy behind the assassination of the President. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Joe A (ag) wrote: This is not just the best X-Men film, but one of the best films I have ever seen.

Chus v (gb) wrote: Despite its limitatitons, it's cute and features some really fun scenes (like the shower one, a classic NSFW)

Jenn T (it) wrote: Well acted. Swiftly moving plot.

Naomi S (kr) wrote: Precious tells the story of Clareece "Precious" Jones, a teenager living in 1980s Harlem. Black, obese, living off welfare and repeatedly abused by her parents (sexually by her father, by whom she is pregnant and already has 1 child, and verbally and physically by her mother), Precious dreams of a better life and an escape from her misery. Hope comes in the form of Ms Rain, a teacher on the Each One Teach One remedial education course that Precious is enrolled on. It's here, in a supportive all-female environment, that Precious finds some solace, builds some meaningful relationships, develops her confidence and broadens her horizons. Just as things are looking up for Precious, however, life throws her another devastating blow and her past comes back to haunt her. Precious is a fantastic triumph for director Lee Daniels. Gabourey Sidibe shines as Precious, playing the role with a cool aloofness that shows how much Precious has withdrawn into herself; she's almost like a machine operating on the bare minimum amounts of love, support and respect that a human needs. Had Precious been fiery and prone to retaliation, although we would root for her all the same, this effect would've been lost and the result would have been something far more clichd and predictable. Precious is real, and in the real world people in her position rarely get the chance to fight back, they wait for opportunities and, if they can muster the strength, slowly change their lives for the better against all the odds. Precious' insularity is reflected in the way she uses fantasy as a form of escape in situations where self-preservation demands she be removed from herself (for example when she's being abused, when she's bored and frustrated at school, or when she's experiencing moments of self-loathing and doubt). In these scenes, Precious imagines herself in a music video or as an actress, living a life of glamour and luxury. This device works really well in the film and manages to inject some humour into the proceedings without detracting from the gravity of the story. Equally fantastic, but for quite different reasons, is Mo'Nique playing Precious' frightening mother Mary (the irony of the name surely can't be lost). Mary is, how can I say this, the devil incarnate. I've read quite a few reviews that like to view her as more human towards the end of the film but for me she just never quite manages to lift herself up from the bowels of hell for even a teensy bit of redemption (no, not even in that scene with the social worker). While it's easy to target Mary as the sole reason for Precious' misery and overlook the damage done by her sexually abusive father, her sustained presence throughout the film and some truly shocking scenes make it difficult for us not to latch on to her as a hate figure. And rightly so with Mo'Nique's powerful performance; her verbal and physical violence toward Precious ("Motherfuckin' piece o' shit, I shoulda had yo' ass aborted") and her volatility make for uncomfortable viewing to say the least. Mariah Carey also makes an unlikely appearance (and I stress it's an appearance, although given all the press attention you'd be forgiven for thinking she was the leading lady) as Precious' social worker. She's competent in the role but I think the media has overreacted to her abilities and it's a shame that so many column inches have been given over to her au naturel look (complete with a light dusting of upper lip hair) rather than the brilliant performances of the other actors. Still, if it attracts attention to this gem of a film then I'm all for it. One of the best films I've ever seen.

The Pimp (fr) wrote: Grest storyline and nice Eye Candy but oh so slow

Ashley H (jp) wrote: The Valet is a decent film. It is about a porter and a top-model who have to pretend to be a couple in order to salvage a CEO's marriage. Gad Elmaleh and Alice Taglioni give good performances. The script is enjoyable but a little slow in places. Francis Veber did an alright job directing this movie. I liked this motion picture because of the drama and humor.

Kevin N (nl) wrote: Nice family movie, surprisingly a lot of action

Carlos C (ag) wrote: Necesito verla otra vez

Laura M (ag) wrote: Under-rated, but quirky, sly little flick. A rare instance if effective comic timing for Kidman..

Roger R (au) wrote: Part of my virtual gay film festival in honour of mardi gras week - a warm and funny film about lesbianism

Byron B (kr) wrote: nominated for best picture at the golden globes

Christopher B (ag) wrote: James Remar! This movie's title fits it perfectly. I remember seeing Remar do outstanding work in Walter Hill's films, Drugstore Cowboy and Tales From the Darkside: The Movie, and being saddened that he seemed to disappear from films for a while. Thank God though for Cable TV, I've been watching him in Dexter and boy the man can act. Why is it that HBO and Showtime are making more interesting, deep and artistic TV shows than Hollywood can make movies? Well, if you want to see James Remar, Powers Boothe or any other cool character actors of the past, it seems cable TV now has the best actors as well.... oh yeah, the movie! It's a heck a lot of fun and blah, blah, blah. If you dig tough guy action films, you'll probably dig this one. Yaaay James Remar.

Ashna A (br) wrote: Ahead of its time.INGENIOUS

Michael H (gb) wrote: A nice twist on the vengeance tale, but style is where LADY SNOWBLOOD really stands out. The non-linear storytelling, illustrated segments, titled chapter breaks, and nifty James Bond/Spaghetti Western score combine into a movie that takes familiar elements and spins them in unfamiliar ways. The influence on Tarantino's style is as undeniable as his use of plot elements and themes from this movie.

Anthony I (mx) wrote: Ingmar Bergman is the cinema's black angel of death. You won't be able to think of Strawberries quite the same again. Hold on to that youth, guys. Just hold on.

Ray S (au) wrote: This is considered a classic and at the same time revolutionary, but I found it dull, too slow, gimmicky, and very annoying. People just don't act like this.

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Sui G (mx) wrote: A great movie. At first Brittany really got on my nerves, but her and Dakota are so adorable together that I can't but help love this movie.

Lee P (us) wrote: like a kaleidoscope, it presents new facets every time i watch it. is it for everybody? of course not. i can't imagine it finding distribution today. but that's not really a criticism of the movie, is it?