Marvel's hard-boiled hero is brought to TV. He is brought back to fight the menace of Hydra after exiling himself in the Yukon since the end of the Cold War. The children of the former ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Nick Fury: Agent of Shield
Marvel's hard-boiled hero is brought to TV. He is brought back to fight the menace of Hydra after exiling himself in the Yukon since the end of the Cold War. The children of the former ...
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visitorQ S (kr) wrote: Der Film hat in Sdkorea ber 8 Millionen Zuschauer in die Kinos gelockt, eine unfassbare Zahl. Doch ist das auch gerechtfertigt? Dazu sage ich ganz klar jaein. Der Film ist sehr s, hat einen unglaublichen Charme und tolle Hauptdarsteller. Das Ganze wird allerdings auch etwas berzogen dargestellt, doch das war in koreanischen Kino schon immer so und wird wahrscheinlich immer so bleiben. Mir ist es allemal lieber wenn ein Film ein wenig zu dick auftrgt, dadurch aber besser unterhlt als ein Film der "wie das echte Leben" sein will doch den Zuschauer einfach nicht zu unterhalten versteht. Und woher nehmen wir uns hier berhaupt das Recht ber einen erfolgreichen koreanischen 08/15 Film abzulstern, wenn hierzulande Millionen in Til Schweiger Filme dackeln? Richtig! Sehr fein! 3,5/5
Nigel T (de) wrote: A well done sequel to a movie that deserved one. In my personal opinion, the helmet cams used in the movie actually gave it more life. Not as many jump-scares as the fist movie, yet it will keep you on your toes.
K W (mx) wrote: Super cheesy action movie with bad acting, a couple decent car chases, gun fights and stuff blowing up... oh and an ending leaving it wide open for a sequel.
Jessica H (it) wrote: Feels like the made for cable jumble it is.
Cheryl W (es) wrote: Gives a hint of what Anton Yelchin would contribute to film, from Terminator to Star Trek and other acclaimed films. This is the movie where I first really noticed him as an outstanding actor. Actually, all of the acting is great.
Alison J (de) wrote: Another snuff-like rape vengeance movie. Yawn. Thanks for the extremely graphic and lengthy rape scene. I think I got it after the first 2 minutes. I promise no sane sensible woman would make a film like this. This is a very male view of man on woman rape.
Nick M (mx) wrote: Visually stunning, psychologically terrifying, and intellectually challenging
Christopher B (kr) wrote: Office Killer, Qu'est-ce que c'est? Actually a better question would be why did you have to suck so hard and make me forever regret leaving an Abel Ferarra Q&A to make it on time to see you. Screw you Office Killer!
Ali E (ca) wrote: Robert Redford's film is affective, a lover can do what kind of crazy things for him love you can see even this woman goes to another..
karla d (ru) wrote: Its alright not something I really liked but it was kool.
bill s (ru) wrote: Nice to see Kline again but he's really the only good thing from this movie.
Baurushan J (kr) wrote: Before director John Woo made his Hollywood Classics that involved Face/Off, Mission: Impossible 2 and Broken Arrow, his first Hollywood movie was Hard Target starring Jean-Claude Van Damme. The story is about Chance played by JCVD who is a merchant seaman who after saving a young woman named Natasha played by Yancy Butler from a gang of thugs, he helps her search for her father who is a homeless Vietnam veteran. Meanwhile, they learn that her father has become the victim of Emil played by Lance Henriksen who along with this cronies hunt homeless men as a form of recreation. After Emil finds out that the girl is investigating the murder of her father, he arranges for she and Chance to be ambushed, but they manage to escape into the backwoods. Now they must find Natasha's father and destroy Emil and his cronies before they cause any more trouble. This movie is sick and needs a huge fuck yeah! Jean-Claude Van Damme kicked ass as Chance, Yancy Butler was hot, Lance Henriksen was a great villain and the climax was one of the best endings in the past action movies. Hard Target gets a 9/10.