Brought up in a criminally corrupt town local psychic Glen Parsons is no stranger to crime but when his beautiful wife and unborn child are brutally murdered and he is left seriously wounded; something snaps. Detective Lance Steel is a corrupt cop whom uses the badge to exploit the innocent and corrupt. He soon crosses paths with Glen and finds himself battling the xenophobic young man's furore. As more and more bodies show up bearing Glen's mark a relentless criminal investigation is unleashed, entangling Steel and everyone around him. The gift of foresight was once a tool Glen used to help the desperate but now with a haywire brain the line between good and evil, sanity and insanity blur in a crescendo of blood-splattered violence.
When corrupt detectives attack the home of Glenn parsons, a local psychic, leaving his wife dead and him grievously wounded; a medieval xenophobic rage boils to the surface in a maelstrom of blood soaked vengeance. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Richard D (au) wrote: A Chinese businessman travels to Thailand searching for his boss (for reasons that are not very well explained) followed by a rival who needs to find their boss first. He meets an idiot man-child on the plan and ends up using him to try to thwart his rival. Bonds form, lessons are learned ... you'll laugh, you'll cry, and so on. This was apparently the top grossing film in China and is referred to as "China's 'The Hangover'". No ... it's more like China's "Midnight Run" meets China's "Planes, Trains and Automobiles", though not as good as either of those films. It's moderately entertaining.
Martha G (kr) wrote: Excellent view into what makes a restaurant tick, and into the lives of the dedicated chefs and staff!
Gary M (nl) wrote: Not a bad movie. Had some good funny moments. Rob Schneider plays a great part.
nefnie l (jp) wrote: A movie called Transylvania that is not about vampires! What it is, is a poignant film about a pregnant woman, magnificently portrayed by Asia Argento, who travels to Romania with a friend to find her lover, who left her in France. Once brutally rejected, she escapes her friend and embraces a gypsy lifestyle until meeting up with another lost soul. A powerful, raw, emotional journey of a woman letting go to find the happiness she seeks.
Per Gunnar J (ca) wrote: Could have been a quite nice movie but it's ruined by idiotic scientists that seems to be totally disconnected from the real world and the fact that the hero is put in jail for shoting a terrorist and then later shot at by the police when he's almost about to catch the bad guy.
Mike H (us) wrote: Like Aliens, only underwater.
Michael Z (it) wrote: what should have been predator like vision for the wolfs is instead stupid and annoying
Steve D (mx) wrote: Well all you politically correct ... movie buffs, Cruising broke more ground than your sorry little lives will ever touch! Flawed, perhaps, but have you saints looked at yourselves in a mirror,lately, not to inspect your street face, but to face off with yourselves,? I doubt it. But hey, just lay your multitude of opinions down like you know the film business and all its bullshit. I've worked in it for 29 years, but please, enlighten me on how things should be, and how you would make everything better. Have you ever tried to do anything from scratch besides your backdoor film reviews? Oh if only I had all your geniuses .
Scott P (us) wrote: Miles Edgeworth - Ace Attorney Investigations: The Movie
Holly K M S (es) wrote: This is the worst thing I've ever seen. But in a hilarious way. Go to see it if you'd like to have a real laugh with brief nods to it's franchise. Oh dear!