License to Kill

License to Kill

A grieving family whose daughter was killed in a car crash with a drunken driver is outraged and frustrated as they encounter the inevitable bureaucratic delays in bringing the case to trial. Once in the courtroom, they are horror-stricken as the young, hard-pressed district attorney seems unable to overcome the technicalities and maneuverings that the driver's attorney uses to keep his client out of jail and still on the streets as a legal driver. When the judge is forced to rule time and again in favor of the defense, it appears that the driver might escape punishment altogether.

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Max M (jp) wrote: Swiss Army Man is an unapologetically weird film that strangely becomes more rewarding the more you delve into it's charmingly offbeat world, which is constructed almost entirely by the strong performances from Paul Dano and a nearly unrecognizable Daniel Radcliffe. While the film will almost certainly put off some viewers (it's actually not surprising walk-outs were common at it's Sundance premiere), those willing to take the plunge will find a surprisingly amount of substance between the film's 'WTF' exterior.

Derek W (us) wrote: Sophomoric, poorly acted, and scarily unfunny.

Navin B (mx) wrote: Excellent movie based on true incidents. Kudos to Rani Mukherjee for her excellent role.

Sakura M (it) wrote: good movie love it :)

robert h (de) wrote: I personally liked the movie... a great deal. Low key, perhaps predictable, but the depth of emotion and chemistry of Andy and Vera, (and, to a lesser extent, the kids), made this an unexpected very pleasant surprise. I personally liked the ending... that was a surprise.

Alexander C (ag) wrote: Looks interesting will try to find and watch!

William W (ag) wrote: I went into this having only seen 'The Book of Eli' by these directors, The Hughes Brothers. I quite liked that film, although I did feel their vivacious stylizations interfered with the telling of the story. Seeing this earlier film of theirs confirmed that suspicion, though it's still a fine film. Though Johnny Depp (the brothers' 5th choice for the lead) does a fine job as the film's protagonist (I haven't read Alan Moore's graphic novel yet, so I can't say how this filmic adaptation compares), it certainly would have been interesting to see how any of their previous choices would have done (in order of their preference): Daniel Day-Lewis, Sean Connery, Jude Law and Brad Pitt (but especially either of the first two). It has a fine supporting cast, is beautiful to look at and is consistently intriguing. I especially liked Heather Graham (I think this is solidly amongst her best work), Ian Holm, Robbie Coltrane and, most significantly, Katlin Cartlidge. Boy, do I ever miss her in films made ever since.

Jonathan H (br) wrote: My favorite vampire movie, this 200k indie flick delivers the goods. It just reeks of the pain, sex, loneliness, addictive aspects of vampirism. It's sloppy, grainy and marvelous!

Jacob F (it) wrote: Basically a ghetto pseudo-prequel/sequel to the original. Bad acting, doesn't link to its two predecessors

Jacob B (es) wrote: Its humor can be a bit iffy for some to see what with grown men peeing in the pool because they forgot about the chemical that turns urine blue and all but for Happy Madison fans, Grown Ups ought to be a hilarious film thanks to the tolerable performances of Adam Sandler and company.

Horror F (br) wrote: At such a young age, this is one of the very first horror movies I actually sat through...on my own that is! For that reason, this film does have a special place in my heart. Beyond that, what we have here is one of those rare exceptions of being as good as the original! It provides much more brutal kills, brought back familiar faces, and wrapped a storyline that should've actually stopped here, but I digress.

Rachel L (es) wrote: King: You must hate me. Tara: I don't love you enough to hate you.