Game of Death
CIA agent Marcus (Snipes) is sent undercover to Detroit to take out an arms dealer and the head of the hedge fund that is financing him. His CIA backup has other plans and turns on him, and it's a fight to survive in a hospital and into the hedge fund vault.
- Stars:Wesley Snipes, Aunjanue Ellis, Zoë Bell, Ernie Hudson, Quinn Duffy, Gary Daniels, Robert Davi, Eyad Elbitar, Simon Rhee, Ho-Sung Pak, Efka Kvaraciejus, Carl Anthony Nespoli, Don Richard, Jeff Galpin, Vladimir Tevlovski,
- Director:Giorgio Serafini,
- Writer:Jim Agnew (screenplay), Megan Brown (screenplay)
Secret Ops agent Marcus is sent to Detroit to take out an arms dealer and the head of the hedge fund that is financing him. His CIA backup has other plans and turns on him and it's a fight to survive in a hospital. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ag) wrote: I just got done watching a movie that I would recommend to anyone with teenagers. It's a movie that can initiate some deep conversations with our kids about things that need to be talked about I think. It's also has many good reminders for parents also. I am attaching the movie trailer to this so you can get a glimpse of the movie.. It can be seen on NETFLIX that's how we watched it tonight.... It has some very good music in it also.. I just got done watching it but I feel like I need to watch it again just to write down some of the movies quotes because they were so deep and meaningful.
(fr) wrote: The film is atrocious to the point which even Charlize Theron could not push this film to a level of bearbility and its primary issue is that it suffers a horrible miscasted character which nobody needs to question who exactly.
(mx) wrote: I loved this quirky unusual movie.The story was great,you never knew where it was going next. The actors were great. It was engaging,funny,great writing,well casted. Beautiful peek at Austrailia.Romantic in a light sunny way. It made my afternoon! I hope the director does more movies. He or she is truly gifted!
(ca) wrote: This film has ALOT of cringeworthy moments, as well as some cool, unique concepts on the design of vampires....but this film has one of the absolute WORST endings I've seen in cinema.
(au) wrote: Best movie ever...!!
(it) wrote: Solid film that portrays the communist political structure as the reason the killer wasn't apprehended sooner. Not entirely sure how historically accurate the film is, but assuming it stays sort of on point with reality there's not too much you can say about the plot.
(it) wrote: Nice experiment. SMOKE is better.
(kr) wrote: was ok but its the type of film u soon forget about
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(br) wrote: the romantic bits between JUdd and his girlfriend seperating the trial are terrible but there are quite a few clever and funny bits during the court case.
(au) wrote: I don't really enjoy this. I think it has some inappropriate and disproportionate scenes
(au) wrote: On Al Pacino's cocksure performance alone, Dog Day Afternoon is worth your time. As for how the real story of his character -- a mediocre bank robber turned local TV star of the day -- is told, picture a freshly sharpened knife being used over the course of several years, still sharp enough to cut but noticeably duller. Director Sidney Lumet and screenwriter Frank Pierson search to agree on a single point of view, as they examine different dimensions to the day-long tale. And in many isolated scenes, they really are on point when it comes to media scrutiny, crowd mentality, contemporary relations with authority figures, etc. Speaking of contemporary times, you gotta give some credit to the two for detailing a truthful relationship between Sonny (Pacino) and his to-be-transsexual wife Leon (Chris Sarandon). Sonny knows how to play a show, and so does Pacino. There is a catch to empathizing for Sonny, under Lumet's vision. By the ending, we lose some of the important context that Sonny and his partner Sal (John Cazale) have been holding several people as hostages for the entirety of the day, outright saying to each other that, if necessary, they are ready to kill. This is intentional for the final twist to come out of nowhere, and in its execution, a job well done. Who do I care about then? Hostages, certainly, I want them to be safe. The police, fuck them. The FBI, goddamn, fuck them! The bank robbers, um... They deserve punishment, but be easy on them...? A good true story to snag, with great dark humour bolstered by Pacino, but, if Lumet wanted to complete his analysis on small felony justice, he may have fared better by taking inspiration from the story instead.
(kr) wrote: Rien dire ! a fait partie des monuments du cinma indien !