The Warrior's Way
An Asian assassin (Dong-gun Jang) is forced to hide in a small town in the American Badlands. Also starring Kate Bosworth, Danny Huston, Tony Cox and Academy Award winner Geoffrey Rush.
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Cameron J (ag) wrote: Takes you deep into the lives of the royal family, the prime-minister, and most importantly the Queen herself, played so precisely by Helen Mirren that you forget it's a performance. That's a cliche, I know, but Mirren's acting isn't.
Shanika I (it) wrote: My favorite sleep-over movie. It's so bad it's good.
David L (gb) wrote: Number 2 of 4 in this popular Hannibal Lecter series, but I'd say it's the weakest of the bunch definitely. It's set quite a way after the previous film, where Dr Lecter is all grown up, been committing crimes for a while and has just been sentenced to life imprisonment in the infamous cell of the mental hospital. On this occasion, it's the man responsible for his capture that comes out of retirement to pick up the chase for another sadistic killer called the 'Tooth Fairy', who it is thought has a connection with Lecter. Months after their last encounter, the two men from opposite sides of the law reunite in psychological warfare with the FBI agent attempting to interpret Lecter's endless riddles and warped mind as a means of finding clues to the identity and whereabouts of this new threat on the scene. It's very much along the lines of Silence of the Lambs in its plot, what with the Tooth Fairy acting as an alternative to Buffalo Bill. I just don't think the former is a strong enough villain though and by making him what seemed the prime bad guy ahead of Hannibal, seemed a detrimental thing to do. Hopkins character is one of the most gripping characters in film history, and his every word and movement is sinister to the max. I love this iconic role but his involvement was too secondary for my liking and the overall story suffered as a result. It's still a good watch as these films are some of my all time greats but it's notably not on a par with any of the others. To its credit, it does lead nicely into the more famous 3rd chapter of the tale and pieces the jigsaw together quite nicely. Im sure there's still room for another episode to be released, perhaps with a middle aged Lecter taking to our screens, but I would worry that further instalments would really start to degrade what is an amazing sequence of films.
Malena S (it) wrote: a true romantic love story - if you've never seen Renee before, you are going to love her in this movie
Scott C (fr) wrote: Ron Mann is one of Canada's most brilliant documentary filmmakers. While I wasn't blown away by this, I did find it an interesting watch.
Mohanraj N (de) wrote: Prelude to a Kiss is a 1992 American romantic fantasy film starring Alec Baldwin and Meg Ryan. Rita Boyle (Meg Ryan), falls in love with and marries Peter Hoskins (Alec Baldwin), the conservative employee of a Chicago publishing house. At their wedding, the couple is approached by a lonely, elderly man who requests permission to kiss the bride. When he does, their spirits switch places, leaving Peter with a young, vibrant wife trapped within an aged, diseased, disintegrating body. Whether or not he can see beyond the physical and embrace the beautiful soul he loves and Julius will agree to return to his cancer-riddled flesh by kissing Rita again are the dilemmas that must be resolved.
Diana W (au) wrote: Aside from Flaming Star, a brooding moody Elvis truly showcasing his rare unique talent! Don't be fooled by this poster. This is a meloncholy dark drama, no comedy here and only a few songs! As previously referenced this is in Black and White. Someone replace this poster...it is so misleading!
Jeff B (ru) wrote: A surprisingly interesting story told with practically zero words. Noteworthy for it's groundbreaking use of a moving camera.
visitorQ S (gb) wrote: FFFFFUUUUUUU! Der Film fngt mit viel Atmosphre an (schne Musik, nom nom nom) und die ersten 15 Minuten habe ich gedacht "oh lala, das kann so richtig schn werden". Allerdings fllt der Film dann in ein ziemliches Loch und alles zieht sich wie Kaugummi. Die letzten 15 Minuten sind dann zwar wieder recht spannend doch fehlt dem Film eines; Eier. Wer Horrorfilme mag, wird wissen, was ich damit meine. Nun ja. Schade. 2,5/5
Jeremy B (de) wrote: Sienna Miller is AMAZING!
Sarah H (kr) wrote: Just as ridiculous as I remember from when they used to show this on Comedy Central. Pretending like there are ghosts to draw people and then managing to piss off all the ghosts that actually live there.
Angel G (ag) wrote: I usually like bad movies, but this movie really sucks.What you see in the trailer is already bad, and yet it's the best from the movie.Go watch something else!
Augustine H (kr) wrote: With Tilda Swinton, Tom Hiddleston and the dazzling shots of Tangier, what else can you ask for? Even Detroit becomes a place of romance under Jim Jarmusch. But I honestly don't understand why Mia Wasikowska has to be there.
Zhaira P (ag) wrote: so good. I love it it had chris brown