A seemingly run-of-the-mill corporate salaryman leads a double life as a vicious criminal by night. In a delicious scheme of payback, he seeks to dominate the corporation that employs him by day. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Resurrection of the Golden Wolf
Yusaka Matsuda stars as a seemingly run-of-the-mill corporate salary man who leads a double life as a vicious criminal by night. In a delicious scheme of payback, he seeks to dominate the ...
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Parthiban J (es) wrote: great movie....Vijay Rocks.....Awesome
Al M (es) wrote: A pretty sucky zombie film that draws most of its inspiration from 28 Days Later, Bloodlust Zombies is a D-level horror film starring an actual porn star, and its acting, creepiness, and twistedness are on the level of a bad porn film. There is no substance to the film at all, yet it still manages to be mildly entertaining for the bored horror fan who has seen everything else.
Roland S (kr) wrote: My last Chilean film about a gay boxer
Sanket K (es) wrote: Excellent movie!!! A must watch...Salman Khan should be applauded for making such an honest movie... thoroughly enjoyed it...
intuciic (it) wrote: this was nice and interesting horror movie!
Scott J (au) wrote: some of the worst acting and dialogue ive ever seen. At times both cringe worth and hilarious. The movie continues to top itself with whats the next terrible scene we can jam in this movie that feels like its 3 hours!
Brett B (it) wrote: Essential viewing for those who consider themselves film buffs, this is a genuine, earnest look not only at American film through the decades, but also at the National Film Registry. The documentary passionately argues the necessity and worthiness of film preservation, and it also provides a nice snapshot of the restoration/preservation process itself. While it does make use of "talking head" interviews, they are well-shot and look visually interesting, so it never feels dull. Some could probably accuse the this of being nothing more than a glorified collection of clips, but how could you possibly get across the greatness and magic of movies without showing anything from them? If you believe film is an art-form worthy of celebration, you'll find no better representation of that notion than this documentary.
Russell W (it) wrote: The thing about this documentary is that it's probably boring and irrelevant to non-lawyers, and, for lawyers and law students, prone only to unnecessarily stroke their already inflated sense of self-importance.It depicts the July 2006 California exam, the one I happened to take.
Boo B (au) wrote: I probably should hate this movie but heck it has Goldberg from WWE.
Mike W (gb) wrote: Meant for kids. Light hearted, predictable, and fun.
Alekhya H (it) wrote: Hey ! Every piece of art is an act of faith ..
Jeremy P (ca) wrote: not quite as good as i wanted it to be but still great meditation on the artist's role within modernity.
William W (ca) wrote: This, my first Jackie Chan film, left me speechless. The action sequences are simply amazing, and the touches of humour fit in nicely and aren't overdone or in the way. I really need to see more though--starting with its sequel, from the same blu, tonight!
Risya H (ru) wrote: So melodramatic, I cried cried and cried throughout the ending. And it felt genuine to me. And I swooned over Louis Jourdan's accent and hotness in this film.
Dusty L (es) wrote: There is really nothing to talk about here. It's so bad, it's laughable. Put it among films like Birdemic and The Room on the bad level. So bad you can laugh at it and enjoy it's stupidity.
Scott A (ca) wrote: Pretty dopey little film only for the fact they use the same cgi scenes over and over. i will give it props for showing a giant shark knocking a plane out of the sky. And Debbie Gibson is pretty good too.
Lydia M (de) wrote: This looks very interesting, I hope it's good!
Pixie C (au) wrote: One our favorite Halloween movies! This, Ghistbusters and Abbott & Costello Mmet Frankenstein...classics!
James H (es) wrote: Excellent film noir, the cinematography is particularly fine. Good art direction, very well written and Otto Preminger's direction is first rate. Great cast.
Harry W (ru) wrote: Agent Cody Banks was cool when I was a kid because I remember I was a fan of Malcolm in the Middle and Lizzie McGuire, so an action comedy featuring the leads from both these shows would be ideal for my enjoyment and at the time it was.Looking back on it now, it still isn't that bad.I mean, of course the plot is really childish and the script is built off every cliche American kids movie in existence, but it's ideas are fun and well intended, and it's obviously directed at the kids market, but the way they handle the action sequences and the spy themes are fairly well executed for a film of this calibre, and blend well into the teenage setting. Somehow, the backdrop of a childish teenage romantic story against Mission Impossible-style themes seem to function beneath the stupidity and supply some kind of entertainment for viewers willing to embrace the stupidity, and luckily I still have that part of me active.Some of the acting was fairly good for the standards set and Frankie Muniz and Hilary Duff pretty much play alternative versions of their famous TV characters, and so fans of them who are the most likely audiences of Agent Cody Banks. The rest of the cast was pretty crap though.So all in all, underneath to obvious stupidity of Agent Cody Banks, there is a certain level of enjoyment that may be had by certain viewers, and I was somewhat happy to be one of them.