Last Man Standing

Last Man Standing

John Smith is a mysterious stranger who is drawn into a vicious war between two Prohibition-era gangs. In a dangerous game, he switches allegiances from one to another, offering his services to the highest bidder. As the death toll mounts, Smith takes the law into his own hands in a deadly race to stay alive.

In 1932 Prohibition-era Texas, aimless drifter John Smith (Bruce Willis) finds himself risking his life for his, albeit skewed, sense of honor in the middle of an ongoing war between the Irish and Italian mafia. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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John M (fr) wrote: Not since 2 girls 1 cup have I ever seen a crappier video. It is a waste of time.

Mike M (it) wrote: Finally watched this one online today in preparation for seeing the new Lego Batman movie tonight. This one was very clever and witty. Hoping the new one can live up to this one as well.

Melanie M (ca) wrote: Was crying from start to finish, and continued to cry hysterically ten minutes after the ending credits finished rolling. This film is important for everyone to see, not just because it's beautifully done but because it helps provide a more complete picture to an all too recent history.

Peter F (it) wrote: For the Wachowski Brothers' first film, the duo gave us a very clever and suspenseful neo-noir that has a degree of craft that's shockingly vacant from the rest of their filmography (including The Matrix). Focusing on a lesbian couple's attempt to rip-off the mob, Bound is surprisingly more tasteful than exploitative, and it's carried by a trio of impressive performances. Gershon, Tilly and Pantoliano all invigorate the screen, carried by evocative camera work that recalls the Coen Brothers at times. It doesn't transgress every gangster-movie cliche, but when it does it makes for a very good viewing experience, and makes one wonder what else the Wachowskis would have concocted if they stayed relatively low-key.

Rachel F (us) wrote: One of my guilty "I <3 the 80's!" film series. I think these guys are pretty funny, and Ive seen these movies a couple times each. This film, the second part, is okay and has it's moments, but if Im being honest it is not in the same league as the first. Unfortunately, it is too sophomoric in places and does cause me some dedicated *eye rolling*. Also, the language is a bit much--would have been just as good without all the profanity. Not as good as the original, but still okay.

Martin T (ag) wrote: Another perfectly fine Ozu film, not a whole lot to say that I haven't said before. Although I'm rarely swept off my feet by Ozu's movies, I have to yet to find one that I truly dislike (I've even considered adding Early Summer and maybe Tokyo Story to my collection). This one doesn't really distinguish itself in any special way, but the color is nice and there's some pretty good humor in it.

Daniel K (jp) wrote: This is one of those films it pays to stick with all the way through don??t quite after the first act). By the end, I could see where it fit in with the rest of Kurosawa??s work and that it was powerful and relevant. I suspect this film would be much more engaging if I were more interested in or more knowledgeable about the events that surround the beginning of the story. As it is, the first act was not terribly entertaining or interesting. The pacing right wasn??t quite right, in my opinion, at the outset. Slow can be good, but it doesn??t work if the story isn??t well constructed and/or well presented. However, this was simply my impression of the first act. Setsuko Hara gives a wonderful performance and is extremely beautiful as well. She makes the film work. There are some very inventive and effective montage sequences, particularly when she is carrying the backpack through the farming town and when planting the rice. There were a number of scenes that reminded me of some of Kurosawa??s samurai period pieces as well as segments of Dreams. The title is extremely apt and the message couldn??t be more clear or powerful. One can certainly imagine where Kurosawa??s sympathies lie as the film was made very soon after the Japanese Empire??s downfall. I sense this is the kind of film that would grow in power with additional viewings.

Megan B (kr) wrote: A good seqal to my friend flicka!

Sami L (nl) wrote: Started off well but the abrupt and perplexing ending left me with the sense the story was unfinished. I don't need every loose thread tied up but this really needed a little something else I think. Also I was frustrated by the implication that even in a post-apocalyptic world, guys wouldn't be able to get over their petty rivalries, not even for the greater good. Seriously annoying notion.