A French intelligence agent becomes embroiled in the Cold War politics first with uncovering the events leading up to the 1962 Cuban Missle Crisis, and then back to France to break up an international Russian spy ring. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A French intelligence agent becomes embroiled in the Cold War politics first with uncovering the events leading up to the 1962 Cuban Missle Crisis, and then back to France to break up an international Russian spy ring.
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Vivian W (ca) wrote: a slightly beta story plot than Detective 1.
Chris S (br) wrote: Not as good as the series
Sean H (au) wrote: Its no Moon but still an enjoyable sci-fi action drama.
Criss T (ca) wrote: I remember seeing this film, I liked it
Desa W (mx) wrote: Just like Blood in the Mobile, it's hard to sleep...or even think about anything else, after watching something like this.
Terri H (de) wrote: Such a great movie! Made me cry, lol. Didnt know it was a true story, but deff. worth a watch!
Dan D (de) wrote: This movie is a laughable piece of garbage. It's worth seeing just for having seen it. Does anyone out there know if the director has graduated film school yet?
Jay B (ru) wrote: A look at the Mexican gangs in Prison. Awesome story and Edward James Olmos is superb in portraying the leader
Jason A (nl) wrote: After the disappointment of part 3, I was a little weary of this one. Fortunately, this one surpassed my expectations and I was pleasantly surprised. American Ninja 4 is EVERYTHING you'd want in an American Ninja movie: explosions, cheesy action set pieces, ninjas, exotic island locales, and finally- da man himself, Michael Dudikoff. I almost thought this was two separate films, with the first 40 minutes being a David Bradley AN movie, and the last 40 being ALL OUT Dudikoff. Nonetheless, I liked this one a lot. Joe Armstrong comes out of retirement as a teacher for the Peace Corps to save the lame American Ninja (Bradley), who got himself captured- but not before annoying us American Ninja purists for 30 minutes beforehand with dumb one-liners and awful facial expressions. When Dudikoff shows up on screen, you'll be jumping to your feet and cheering (at least, I was). Armstrong teams up with a bunch of rejects from Mad Max 2 and take out a couple of British and Islamic terrorist stereotypes. This is pure Golan-Globus velveeta, and I love it! The complaints are few: David Bradley isn't too annoying, because he's captured after awhile; no Steve James, and no Michael Dudikoff until about 40 minutes in. Thank the heavens that when he finally does show up, it's pure cheesy ninja goodness at its finest.
charles m (ca) wrote: Tender feel good family love story for the ages.
Paul P (gb) wrote: In the first scene Howard "Louie Bluie" Armstong is shaving without soap or water, just a razor blade. And you just kinda stare at him totally fascinated. That level of fascination is maintained for the rest of the film. This documentary consists of Armstrong telling stories, playing alot of music and even showing you his book of pornography. Zwigoff's first film is alot like his masterpiece 'Crumb' in that it doesn't try to pigeonhole the man its documenting. I wish the film was longer but a few scenes near the end start to stretch this material a little too thin, so maybe its a blessing in disguise.
Ryan M (ag) wrote: Makavejev's films are impossible to classify. For the most part, I don't appreciate his films until after they are finished and I have time to think about them. I loved the sex experts in the film, quite funny.
Greg B (it) wrote: Really atmospheric, creepy, chiller of old. Basically the tale of a writer who takes a bet to stay a night in a haunted castle(nothing original there), only to find out the the castle is inhabited by murderous ghost who need blood to return every year on All Soul's Eve. Really enjoyed this movie, and it had my attention the whole way through. Suspenseful and atmospheric. The don't make movies like this anymore.
Brendalyn G (ru) wrote: I had never heard of the story till I seen this and I really liked it other than you never know what happened.