A vengeful Australian policeman sets out to avenge his partner, his wife and his son whom were murdered by a motorcycle gang in retaliation for the death of their leader. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In a dystopian future Australia, a vicious biker gang murders a cop's family, and makes his fight with them personal.
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minda w (kr) wrote: if only they were will creatures around.
Caitlin L (de) wrote: A very disappointing movie.
Tim K (nl) wrote: Much better than I expected. It was a free movie at Marcus on my loyalty card, but glad I went. It was actually fun. Some great cameos.
Alex H (kr) wrote: This movie is horrendous, The story is ridiculously bad, It follows a boy named North who complains about parent arguing and loses consciousness and goes to a secret area which isn't really secret and tries to find new parents because of his goddamn sensory issues with their parents arguing, the places they go to are ridiculous, Hawaii and Alaska are the worst ones, Hawaii just shows North's ass crack which is disgusting as hell since they stupidly think it promotes tourism and Alaska where they have a death penalty in Barrow, Alaska and Barrow has none! North gets to the family that feels perfect for him but he is for some reason not satisfied, when his newest parents say they can't understand why he's going, North said he doesn't either, This pains me, The little kid was more powerful than obama who tries to kill north and stop him from returning to his parents who was in a coma for days but that story was all a damn dream, The jokes are horrible, The voice acting, let's say it sucks, the visuals are ok but many sucks! This film is shit! 0.5 out of 10!
Joetaeb D (it) wrote: While it doesn't quite retain the political subtext of the original. The dawn of the dead remake is an energized and thrilling zombie zombie with guts and brains. Which is more than enough to help it stand on it's own.
Robert H (es) wrote: Defintiely a movie for a fan of metaphysics and the question of free will vs determinism