When a police detective kills a criminal, this traumatic event triggers a locked memory, he didn't know he had, of him being a subject of a CIA experiment. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
When a police detective kills a criminal, this traumatic event triggers a locked memory, he didn't know he had, of him being a subject of a CIA experiment.
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Steve W (br) wrote: Superman/Batman: Supergirl is one of my favourite graphic novels. It's artwork is much better than Public Enemies and the story is more grand with the Darkseid angle and the coming age story of Supergirl.In this version, they try and keep most of the good stuff. The Doomsday army is there, and lots of other plot elements are kept. They do cut out lots of good things too, such as the Kryptonite ring, as well as Superman and Darkseid fighting in front of the sun.The change up at the end is forgiven with one of the best animated fight scenes I've ever seen. Superman is sent into space with a terrible blast, and Kara must fight Darkseid one on one.The voice acting for these animated films is usually really good, but there seems to always be one voice that doesn't seem to go with the rest. In this case, its Andre Braugher. His Darkseid doesn't really have the menacing quality to it and he seems too soft spoken.As for the changes, one must accept them because turning an entire graphic novel into a 75 minute movie means you have to cut things out. It was a very entertaining DC animated film, with a good climax to end it all. I hope this maybe gets a live action version someday, as that would be epic.
Carlos M (jp) wrote: A spectacular thriller, gripping, visceral and directed with an intense realism by Trapero, who uses a handheld camera and long takes to simulate a documentary style and keep the audience incredibly tense - and the last scene is fulminating, almost driving the viewers to a heart attack.
Richard R (kr) wrote: I hate how all of these ratings keep getting erased.
Matthew O (nl) wrote: A young group of guys from New York's Bronx struggle with 1960s/70s life and join the Vietnam war to fight for their country, which have consequences that change their lives forever.Dead Presidents has become the forgotten great black new wave film of the 90's. During the 1990's directors such as Spike Lee and John Singleton were being tipped as the directors who would throw black cinema into the for front of Hollywood cinema. No one saw the emergence of the Hughes brothers though. Although their debut film Menace 2 society would be their breakthrough 'DP' is arguably the film to judge the brothers skills by. The Film is an impressive comment on black equality and the social impact on various classes involvements in the controversial Vietnam War.Held together by an impressively directed film. Also at times visually stylish, and at times takes a few leaves out of Martin Scorsese's earlier work. The centre performance of Anthony played by Larenz Tate is spot on, and overall the Hughes brothers get an impressive set of performances from all of his cast. Including the one and only good performance from a one Chris Tucker, who is great here.The film is rushed after the impressively staged climatic heist in the closing act of the film. Still overall this is stylish film which raises enough food for thought and is thrilling thought out.
devin p (de) wrote: a nice take and connery is a great king arthur!
Brinn O (br) wrote: Ed O'neils performance is just-too priceless to pass up.
Gerard M (jp) wrote: Noir melodrama par excellence.
Tim R (de) wrote: Favorite Mel Gibson movie, action packed and funny and entertaining!