Kill Speed

Kill Speed

KILL SPEED is a high-octane, youth oriented, TOP GUN meets FAST & FURIOUS tale about best friends who fly home-built, high-tech planes to deliver Mexican manufactured crystal meth throughout rural California in order to fund their Hollywood, rock-star lifestyle.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:113 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:ocean,   beach,   controversy,  

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Enrique P (au) wrote: La trama parece facil pero tiene mil mensajes que te hacen reflexionar . Muy buena actuacion

CJ C (jp) wrote: A slow, tedious film with a lackluster lead. Pouting & sulking does not make an actress. Nice to see Burt Kwouk (Clouseaus Kato) in a serious role tho.

Simon P (au) wrote: Low budget Romanian road trip movie with a finely tuned script and natural performances that mixes mundanity and menace to turn a kitchen sink drama into (almost) a thriller. Excellent early feature length from Cristi Puiu.

Dylan M (gb) wrote: Enemy of the State was a thrilling action flick. Will Smith doe a job well done as a runaway victim of supposed theft with video surveillance of an assassination of a congressman. with the help of Gene Hackman at his side. The plot is fun, acting and script is OK, but overall entertaining popcorn movie throughout.

Shayna J (jp) wrote: GOOD movie! beginning was sad. really liked the plot. Jeff Daniels was good in it!

Edward M (mx) wrote: This is easily one of my favorite films of all time.

Mihai M (jp) wrote: Solid flick, stellar cast.

Fred O (ca) wrote: RT has it wrong, this isn't a Broadway Production of Hamlet, the Royal Shakespeare Company, to my knowledge have never performed on Broadway. That being say, the modern dress style and the fact of NO AMERICAN PRODUCER INVOVLEMENT, helps his version of Hamlet stay true to its roots as opposed to some of the tripe we've seen of other modern dress attempts (ex: Romeo & Juliet)

Robbie N (de) wrote: A colourful film, all actors create an atmosphere of comedy and suspense. A few quirky and "laugh out loud" lines and scenes, Get Smart isn't the best, but it's impressive and humorous.

Kati V (au) wrote: After seeing 'Narcos' - the TV show, this just doesn't 'reach' into the same level of interest and excellence!

John D (it) wrote: The Invitation, a dramatic thriller directed by Karyn Kusama, is an absolutely masterful slow burn. It asks for but a little bit of patience, and in return, puts a boot on your chest and slowly, unrelentingly presses. Its a movie best watched from the comfort of a couch, with full awareness that you aren't getting yourself into an action extravaganza but otherwise little knowledge about what to expect. Given its current widespread availability on Netflix, it is the type of movie that I recommend just watching without reading this review if that at all sounds interesting to you.At the start of The Invitation, Will is invited to a reunion party at the house of his ex-wife Eden and her new husband David. They haven't seen each other in two years, since they split up following their son's death, and neither have the other members of their former group of friends also at the party. If the situation weren't awkward enough, Eden and David invite a couple of their other friends they met at a retreat in Mexico, where they got in touch with their spirituality and flushed themselves of grief and pain. While everyone in the room becomes more and more uncomfortable, Will becomes more and more suspicious about why they're really being gathered.Most movies give their characters some backstory to make them more relatable, and the death of Will and Eden's son initially seems boilerplate, the seismic weight of such an event is necessary to the character arcs it presents. Will and Eden both process the loss in different ways; Will seems to have been a recluse until recently, bottling his grief and losing his sense of trust. Eden has given herself up to a god of a sort, relieving herself of personal responsibility. It's likely not coincidence that Logan Marshall-Green and Michael Huisman, who play Will and David, have a significant physical resemblance to each other (from the trailer, you can really only tell them apart by their beard length), as they are two possible endpoints of a path started by trauma. While the film puts us in Will's headspace, and allows his paranoia to fester in our minds, it also asks us what we would do in the same situation through its minor yet relatable supporting cast. We've all had one or two friends who get involved with a lifestyle or group that we can't in full faith support. What do we do when confronted with that? How much will it take for it to break our trust in them? How safe is it to give the benefit of the doubt? The Invitation asks us to reflect on our own social circles, on the pain of others that we cannot ever fully empathize with.But first and foremost, The Invitation is an effective, spellbinding thriller. It's smart enough to forgo big twists, quickly narrowing the progression of events to one of two possible endgames, and lets us squirm while Will decides between the two. Even though it mostly consists of minor slights and quick catchups with old friends along the way, The Invitation ratchets up the tension methodically until it reaches a natural, absolute breaking point. It's not flashy, but its absolutely engrossing.

Matthew A (es) wrote: It's crap, but it's fun crap.