A sexy and lethal female mercenary takes on an international syndicate of weapons smugglers run by the Russian Mafia.
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Christopher C (nl) wrote: Phineas and Ferb means nothing. It's not funny, it's not cute, it's stupid. I don't know why people love this so much I hate it. I think it is one of the worst TV shows ever in Disney. That is just my opinion.
MF J (gb) wrote: A third episode far less entertaining than the previous two. Too bad because Statham is as good as usual, but the scenario lacks creativity and surprises.
Emily J (fr) wrote: Nice lil kidd movie :D <3
Orlok W (br) wrote: Tight light-hearted cat and mouse thriller--Nothing new, but entertaining nevertheless!!
Tim W (de) wrote: The tone was alright jumping from horror to film noir, it was unique and not bad, but it just didn't feel right. The acting was weak, or at least the characters were. The main idea of magic vs illusion was a good one; interesting and unique. However, the movie was too campy (or not campy enough).
Private U (au) wrote: This is the worst movie I think I've ever seen. I remember seeing the monster and it was just a hand. It looked like something from power rangers. This is one of those movies you cant forget.
Richard D (nl) wrote: An amazing film. It's really a film about the specifics of doing an insanely dangerous job. The fact that it's set in a German U-Boat removes it from the context of victory and patriotism that would be invoked by watching the crew of an American submarine. I watched the 210 minute director's cut, and it's a film that really benefits from the longer running time. It gives it an almost documentary quality.
Catherine S (au) wrote: A nod to some oldtime comedy
Allan C (fr) wrote: Certainly not in the same class as "The Maltese Falcon", which shared the same director and three stars. Unfortunately, this film is littered with ugly racist stereotypes against the Japanese throughout, and also has a somewhat meandering and unengaging story. Still, it's hard not enjoy a film directed by John Huston and featuring Humphrey Bogart and Sydney Greenstreet, at least on some level.