The Fury

The Fury

A government agent is determined to come to his son's rescue, when a sinister official kidnaps him to harness his extremely powerful psychic abilities.

When Robin Sandza's supernatural abilities is discovered, an organization inside CIA secretly kills all members in his family and kidnaps him. They want to control his abilities and turn him more aggressive so he will become their special weapon. Luckily, his father survives on the massacre and tries to rescue him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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pgpsgsfg p (ca) wrote: comienza bien y termina bien . el problema esta en la mitad de la pelicula que se vuelve lenta y casi no pasa nada . pero la manera en que termina visualmente es asombrosa . la pista musical creo que se sobreuso

Jasper C (br) wrote: Good guys never finish eh... Stupid heart of gold!

Margo C (es) wrote: One of the FINEST films EVER made

Derrick W (nl) wrote: Plot and twist at the end was great. Plus "REBECCA" is in it.

Hannu M (nl) wrote: Rebel Storm (a.k.a. Rising Storm) is an embarrasment to most other cheap post-apocalyptic action-flicks. A terrible plot coupled with bad dialogue, uninteresting maincast and an extremely low-brow sense of humour. When you add to that the fact that the action-scenes aren't very good either there's just no reason to watch the movie beyond Wayne Crawford's hilarious facial expressions and smart-ass lines.

Laurel S (gb) wrote: I know that I am such a dork but i really liked this movie.

Katie H (ag) wrote: Great fun! Happy to see it is re-released on DVD!

Trent R (kr) wrote: Outstanding Neo-Noir with an intricate script by Eric Roth using Miller's status as a "key man", (holding stolen property for the mob in his LA warehouse block of territory) as a descriptor for his state of being. His nature and carny past are illuminated through dialogue, including some great chemistry with the wonderful Linda Haynes, Hillerman as his immediate boss, and Hopkins as an amiable sociopath. These passages are underscored by Dave Grusin's minimalist score with a light calliope motif, when Haynes displays her shimmy dance, and again when Hopkins obliquely threatens Miller in his office while playing with a carousel-shaped paperweight. It is not scoring of the Mickey Mouse variety, where every single movement has to be underscored. Thankfully, this is more subtle and appropriate, especially pleasing given the carnival themes.There is a dream sequence which I found disappointingly forced among so much more subtle foreshadowing through dialogue and imagery. It does serve to focus the shift from the rural idyll back towards LA anxiety, but also deflated a finely built up contrast rather than punctuating it. However, this minor misstep did not spoil the overall tone of inevitability or derail the ending. The location of much backstory, setup and decision-making off screen and to be inferred through oblique dialogue rather than dull exposition is also a pleasant challenge atypical in much modern cinema across genre.

Rodney E (us) wrote: Rented this some time ago and was really into it. Visually stuning and filled with wonderful visuals. Very beat poetic

Calib M (de) wrote: The Sorcerer's Apprentice and the Rite of Spring segments are truly remarkable, but the rest not so much. Fantasia isnt really entertaining, despite the music being excellent and beautiful, there isnt really much to grasp at, none of the segments tell a firm story (Except The Sorcerer's Apprentice and Rite of Spring) for it to be classified as a film. It's more of an overlong music video.Also the bone dry prologue before every new segment is uninteresting and completely takes away the surprise and imagination you could have had, because before every segment, it is fully explained what is about to happen.If every live-action part, and maybe 4 or 5 segments were edited out of this film, it would be much better.However the animation is stellar and apprentice, it brims to the top with creativity and its highly influential despite it not being that entertaining at all.

David L (kr) wrote: It does have a jarring shift in tone, the fantasy elements could have been more memorable and the film would have benefited from a longer running time, but Bridge to Terabithia is still such a beautiful movie with such an unexpectedly dark and heartbreaking twist, endearing characters, many moving moments and a brave, original storyline. It is one of the better live-action Disney films for sure.