Romeo Is Bleeding

Romeo Is Bleeding

A corrupt cop gets in over his head when he tries to assassinate a beautiful Russian hit-woman.

Jack Grimaldi (Gary Oldman) is a cop who offers tips to the Mafia for money, and cheats on his loving wife with a young mistress. Jack then bites off more than he can chew when he attempts to assassinate a beautiful but ruthless Russian hitwoman. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kesia M (au) wrote: should be interesting

Dave J (mx) wrote: Tuesday, December 17, 2013 (2010) The Terror Experiment POLITICAL HORROR THRILLER Low budget straight-to-rental movie with C Thomas Howell and Judd Nelson in minor roles that has something to do with a militia man's personal grudge against the gov't by planting top secret government toxins on top of a government owned building so that he can unleash it for it's not quite revealed how he even obtained iit in the first place. Once he unleashes the chemical toxins, they vaporize itself which upon breathing some can turn some into ghouls/ zombies. There's also a gov't cover-up theme to it which is absoultely nonsense. By looking at the big picture, it looks like that the movie was made in a week as a cash grab since some viewers will watch anything these days. I unfortunately happend catch this on one of those movie channels in which I was able to waste time recording it onto a recordable VHS and then use a fast forward button while playing before reusing the tape again by recrding another movie. Bomb

Shauna C (br) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie, although I think the title is misleading. It's like a combination between Sex and the City and a Woody Allen flick, with some bisexuals thrown in for good measure.

Mikaela C (de) wrote: Not really my cup of tea

Gary W (nl) wrote: love the whole series, made me laugh, so what if if makes no sense. 1,2and 5 are brilliant

Raymond C (br) wrote: (One to talk?)-I wish Old Val would lay off the doughnuts?

Richard D (fr) wrote: Really an amazing documentary ... one of the best ever made. It's a compelling depiction of a truly gifted and maverick talent, but also a frank depiction of how close genius is to madness. Crumb and his brothers grew up in the same hostile environment, but only he adapted enough to get by in the world ... perhaps barely at times. A must-see if you love his work, but also a compelling experience for those that don't care about him at all.

Michael T (jp) wrote: More action and also more violent than the first film.

Gary L (mx) wrote: Mitchum is the coolest cat in the world in this film. One of the best film noir things I've ever seen.

Francisco L (mx) wrote: Which is not perceived is why this movie was made. With a lot of cliches, unfunny and bad executed scenes, predictable narrative and weak screenplay, Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day turns into a Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad movie that doesn't allow actors give their best

Rangan R (fr) wrote: When the knights rise after the fall of their master.I had a feeling that I know this story from somewhere else like a deja-vu, but more than that I felt it should have been a ninja story than the knight's. So when I checked the crew list and I found the Japanese director who made 'Goemon'. That's not at all, it was indeed a version of the Japanese classical hit 'The Loyal 47 Ronin'. Honestly, I haven't seen that, but have seen the other versions like the Keanu Reeve's recent '47 Ronon' et cetera.It was the story of a group of knights led by Raiden played by Clive Owen. After their master was tricked to death by a corrupted minister in the court of law, everyone thinks the knights would avenge for it. But that does not happen and as the years pass, slowly the hope fades away. And then comes a twist with some good action sequences before the end credits roll up.It was a great story, but the transforming it from a ninja tale to a knight's did not give that solid revenge seeking effect. Because the ninja fights are kind of stylish, because the stunt choreography and costumes for ninjas has changed in the present scenario. Whereas the knight's remained same for the decades, that means it was a very normal like a medieval European sword fight. So you can call it a realistic, yet there's a filmy thing which lacks in it.That's fine because the entire film was almost a slow drama. So don't assume it is a complete action film. In that perspective, it will definitely disappoint a few viewers, but I think it is still worth giving a try. The cast and the production were awesome, but still there's something is holding back it to the B movies list than an A. And finally, seeing the way it ended, I think there will be another film to follow.6/10

Wayne M (gb) wrote: Burnt is a good example of a film that is very much style and not much substance. This clunky film looks good and does all the right things but a predictable script and narrative doesn't lead to a satisfying conclusion. Bradley Cooper is fine as the 'burnt' out super chef who is trying to piece his life back together in gaining that elusive third Michelin star, but the script is heavy handed and sometimes a little silly. It's an agreeable way to pass an afternoon but you will probably forget it shortly after the sign posted ending.