Two police pursuit drivers, a hothead rookie and his long-suffering, almost-retired mentor, face off against an escape car driver from the latter's past.
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Andy P (br) wrote: We are the best is a punky blast of youthful energy and amiable charm, capturing the bittersweet tumult of adolescence more perfectly than any coming of age film in recent memory.
Karen R (us) wrote: Road movie unlike no other and amazing cinematography to boot.
Andrej S (de) wrote: Slightly less fascist than original but still right-wing propaganda.
Christopher A (nl) wrote: Great opening sequence, great music that really sticks with you, the story is the only weak spot and it could have benefited another 30-40 minutes more of footage. But its still a small complaint
Roy O (us) wrote: Not bad farce about Magician who can see 2 minutes in the future. Nicolas Cage is the magician, but Julianne Moore is worse than him in acting ability in this one.
Justin B (it) wrote: Interesting if you like Frazetta. Best part was his discussion of how great he and his buds were at baseball. A great movie could be made out of that...
Johanne C (ag) wrote: In every single movie - or on TV - Jennifer Aniston always seem to want a lock of her hair - or two - hanging down her face. She is soooooo horrible to watch. So I avoid movies starring her. She is such a lousy actress.
Maythe H (ru) wrote: Sweet, lovely, and funny.
Jim B (fr) wrote: Average horror flick. Only watch if you're a fan of 80s horror, or Linda Blair.
Aaron G (ag) wrote: While the effects are dated, it is still a fun ride if you are into Greek mythology. The story is pretty straightforward with cool action scenes here and there. I do love the main actor as Percius. The one thing I can say is some of it felt rushed.
Robby I (us) wrote: Garbage. I hope the other Earth didn't also produce this movie.
Jeff B (nl) wrote: Had some good moments, but unfortunately it had too many more where it tried too hard to be Pulp Fiction.
Juan C (ag) wrote: A classic B-Grade film where a poorly built window sets a chain of events into play. X-ray vision quickly turns into a power involving carnal desires and gambling rather than apparent philosophical needs. A highlight exists in the car chase sequence that begins with no one chasing the protagonist. It may be a first.
Brandon B (ca) wrote: One of the best period pieces that I have seen. Colin Firth seduces everything in sight until playa gets played.