Cross is an old hand at the CIA, in charge of assassinating high-ranking foreign personalities who are an obstacle to the policies of the USA. He often teams up with Frenchman Jean Laurier, alias "Scorpio", a gifted free-lance operative. One day, the CIA orders Scorpio to eliminate Cross -- and leaves him no choice but to obey. Scorpio is cold-blooded and very systematic; however, as a veteran agent, Cross knows many tricks. He can also rely upon a network of unusual personal contacts, some dating back to the troubled years preceding WWII. A lethal game of hide-and-seek is programmed, but what are the true motives of every single player?
Writer:David W. Rintels (screenplay), Gerald Wilson (screenplay), David W. Rintels (story)
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Mohamed F (us) wrote: It's supposed to be good, it's supposed to be emotionally packed, it's supposed to be impacting, but none of this was delivered because of the horrible script that not even a magician like Ang Lee could make into something good.. the script is all over the place, the editing was extremely amateurish and overall the story itself wasn't well rounded to begin with..
Joeseph R (jp) wrote: Considering the premise and the cast I really wanted to like this movie. Unfortunately I found myself struggling to make it through. There never seemed to be a moment where the movie took a confident direction. The movie feels like it's having a constant struggle of finding that balance of comedy and drama but the comedy, however, is never realized. That's a shame because the serious inspiration of spirituality/faith is undersold by dry humor that constantly contradicts the religious source material. This would have been fine because the overall message of the movie is always apparent and that message seems to be...,Sometimes the worst intentions come from the best actions and sometimes the worst actions come from the best intentions.
Matthew R (ca) wrote: A decent watch - good performances
Greg G (mx) wrote: Will Patton's scenes are classics.
Casey B (ru) wrote: Has some interesting moments and a haunting mood but Afterschool wasn't able to keep my attention.
Kaushik V (jp) wrote: The movie was quite well made. With some really good twists in the plot. It was fast paced, and well written! Definitely a good watch!
SwEEt C (us) wrote: SaLLu Bhai ROCKs ? ? ?
Wade H (br) wrote: Y'all a bunch of Dum-Dums, this movie's great
Aaron B (br) wrote: Gerry, the first film in the Death Trilogy, is yet another Van Sant success. Filmed with extreme care and having some of the most beautiful visuals I've ever witnessed in cinema, plus a familiar but captivating plot, this is another masterpiece from the near perfect director. Casey Affleck and Matt Damon give outstanding performances.
Roy C (es) wrote: Graphic and emasculatory.
Mohammed A (ca) wrote: It's good movie to watch
Jared B (de) wrote: This franchise has ran out of fresh ideas and scares. Please stop.
Leonardo Malacay S (de) wrote: Una de esas pelculas livianas pero con buenas actuaciones que si te toca en el momento indicado te llega y te gusta mucho.
Brendan N (gb) wrote: didn't really connect, snipes wasn't super interesting and rhames wasn't really a villain. easy to see why this film never connected with the audiences.