Uwais plays a young man who washes ashore| an amnesiac with a serious head injury whose past comes back to haunt him shortly after being nursed back to health by a
young doctor. Violence ensues. Sweet| sweet violence. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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william m (ru) wrote: An unlikely indie that is both silly and charming.
valerie p (es) wrote: terrific movie, well worth the price of a ticket
tomleana s (mx) wrote: yup.. me so western out.
still makin fat cash (au) wrote: diz movie iz zo clean!!!!!11111
steve (br) wrote: This is one of my fav movies
simon e (au) wrote: This was a very good movie everyone should watch. It contrasts the media and that is a very good thing.
shaneke M (kr) wrote: I love this movie :)
rotten p (it) wrote: very informative, best documentary I have seen lately
pete m (it) wrote: awful movie. where should i start? maybe i should start with the horrible cast or the recycled script. I am not sure where to start but not worth the time, even if the tickets a free.
pat w (mx) wrote: A good story and film, which is underated. Good performance by Kiefer..and sad.
moises m (de) wrote: si te gusta el rodeo es una muy buen apelicula
mike r (it) wrote: This is fascinating if you are happy to watch the subtleties of human behavior. In a largely static narrative the attention is successfully maintained by flashbacks to a somewhat weird and repressed youth in the lives of Anthony and his undergraduate girlfriend Veronica. In the elderly phase of their lives they are portrayed by Broadbent and Rampling, as pretty annoying people, edgy, awkward and rather, well like they are anyway. Charlotte Rampling, watchful, uncommunicative, and inscrutable behind a chillingly cold stare, while Jim Broadbent plays his usually irascible self, alternating between grumpy old man and making somewhat gauche remarks and revealing to his ex wife things that were better left dead and buried in his youthful past. Their past is the centerpiece of the plot where the young Anthony is even more gauche and awkward in the relationship with his university girlfriend and this develops into a rather dark story of infidelity and tragedy which was destined to remain a secret until Anthony received a letter about a diary that had been left to him in a will.Despite some irritating personality traits in the main characters, the saving grace is the denouement of the story in which the rather unexpected twists supply a redeeming and thought provoking finale to this intriguing human drama and packs some moralistic and philosophical notions about the way we live our lives.
mike G (fr) wrote: Very cool to see to some of the real special ops footage. Also, I really enjoyed learning about Rob Perilli, the fallen green beret and how his family was able to get closure from Alex Quade's mission.
kk f (ag) wrote: I loved it. you'll get attached to the characters and the twist at the end had me on the edge
john p (it) wrote: This is a fantastic movie, especially to fans of David Lynch during the 90's (think Lost Highway). This is the kind of director that we need now because Lynch doesn't have too much time left. I highly recommend.
jamise s (es) wrote: its really good and fun
ivan s (nl) wrote: Faith is so personal and I applaud these people for telling their heartbreaking stories.
iain m (br) wrote: Who are you who share this web site with me? What planets are you from? This is, IMHO, a great film; I can think of no aspect of this film that was not top-drawer-fantastic. The performances are fine, subtle, tender studies of character, not cardboard-cut-out characters mind you, but beautiful, full-bodied, damaged, delicate, fragile - REAL - characters. This film broke away from that standard London-yuppie-based pulp which cynically mandates a US star in the cast to boost ratings[Four weddings, Actually, About A Boy,...], no this film stays clean and fresh and true. A work of art, but then of course it is.
david s (ca) wrote: Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates had this to say about the film:"'Danger Close' is a gripping story of courage, loss and love as we witness first-hand graphic portrayals of combat operations and a dedicated journalist's determination to bring closure to the family of a soldier killed in action. The courage of the troops in action -- and of the embedded journalist -- is evident, as is the deep sense of loss over an admired comrade. The story is a needed reminder of the many sacrifices of our men and women in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the brave journalists who accompanied them into battle
david n (au) wrote: Great insightful documentary about the reality that men have to endure.