Via an IMDb reviewer: "The plot involves a high-tech gang of thieves, a legit jeweler (Tang Ching) caught up in their racket, and a female jewel buyer who's actually a police agent..." . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Diidor D (us) wrote: 22/12/2014 with mumloved the heroine, liked the cast actually!
Davin G (jp) wrote: A pretty good attempt at making this fictional movie factual. Better than the Blair Witch Project & Paranormal Activity in my opinion.
Alex M (fr) wrote: When a master director such as Fincher gets to adapt a book into the big screen, magic unfolds. The dark tone, masterful sound mixing and design, the acting, the writing, etc. It all oozes into the screen in the best possible way. At this point in his career, Fincher could film a man painting a wall and he would still find a way to make it interesting. We are extremely lucky to have such an incredible director working today. Please, do yourself a favor and don't just watch this film, but watch all of Finchers' movies. I highly recommend them all.
Mirkku S (it) wrote: A very good start for another great trilogy! I think this movie is my favorite out of the three.
bill s (jp) wrote: While there are good performances abound Bening is the driving force behind this entertaining drama.
John C (jp) wrote: Vastly underrated film by Soderbergh. Admittedly it is not the cup of tea for about 90% of the moviegoing public, but it suited me just fine.
Richard H (mx) wrote: Doesn't look good at all....
alex i (au) wrote: Im ashamed i enjoyed this...but i did.
Scott R (ca) wrote: pointless and not nearly bold enough but very smart.
Emmanuel S (it) wrote: Fun and cheesy Harryhausen styling that warms my Greek heart, robot owl and all.
David L (br) wrote: Despite taking into consideration that this was a 1970's film, I still didn't think it was an entirely convincing film. The fact that the plot was centred around some young woman who had a monster living inside her armpit kind of sets the standard really, and every event thereafter is there a little bit tongue in cheek. The story got a bit tedious midway through as we just watched the zombie like disease spread throughout a cast of unknown victims. It wasn't particularly imaginative, nor were the effects anything to rave about, but I guess it did set the standard for many other zombie flicks to come along and do us proud!
F B (de) wrote: Reasonable but not particularly brilliant as it did seem a bit repetitive and lose its way after half way through.
Stuart K (de) wrote: Directed by Peter Hyams, (Capricorn One (1978), Outland (1981) and The Star Chamber (1983), written by Mark Verheiden (The Mask (1994) and My Name is Bruce (2009)) and produced by Sam Raimi. This was based on the Dark Horse Comic from 1992 created by Verheiden and Mike Richardson. It's a very cheesy action film, but it has a violent streak, even if it's lifted the plot strands from the Terminator films. In 2004, time travel has been invented, and Max Walker (Jean-Claude Van Damme) works as an agent for the Time Enforcement Commission (TEC), where agents go back in time to prevent crimes occurring that could change the future. After preventing former partner Atwood (Jason Schombing) from changing the Wall Street Crash of 1929, Atwood claims he's working for corrupt Senator Aaron McComb (Ron Silver), who is wanting to shut down the TEC. But when Atwood is able to go back to 1994 to change the future in his favour, Walker goes back to put a stop to it, but he also uses it to prevent his wife Melissa (Mia Sara) from a tragic fate. It is a very silly film, and parts of it feel like left-overs from Total Recall (1990), however it could have done with a better script, as the time travelling in this film causes a multitude of plot holes. But, it doesn't seem to matter in the end, it's just a bit of cheesy 90's action/sci-fi hokum, that's all.