After failing to apprehend the terrorist behind a Paris attack that claimed dozens of lives, CIA agent Alice Racine is forced to live in London as a caseworker. Her mentor unexpectedly calls her back into action when the CIA discovers that another attack is imminent. Alice soon learns that the classified information she's uncovered has been compromised. Running for her life, she turns to a former soldier to help her prevent a lethal biological attack on the citizens of London.
A CIA interrogator is lured into a ruse that puts London at risk of a biological attack. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: An interesting look at the quarter-life existential crisis. a young woman is approached by self-mirrors in many forms and forced to face some hard truths about her life and her choices.
(ru) wrote: y'est full sa coche cte film la
(jp) wrote: Loved it! Imagine that's a 4 1/2
(ru) wrote: The United Kingdom's first and only female prime minister; Margaret Thatcher shattered the barriers of gender and class in a male-dominated world during her 11 year term of office. Painting a surprisingly intimate portrait of one of the 20th century's most famous, influential and complex women is Oscar winning dramatic heavyweight Meryl Streep . Depicting Britain's 'Iron Lady' in extraordinary detail from mannerisms to speech, this Streep's masterpiece of mimicry. Humanised, sentimental and vulnerable, The Iron Lady is a compelling biopic built on not only the subject's actions as head of state, but as a woman trying to survive her married life lived in the public eye. Through a procession of flashbacks and old newsreel footage , Abi Morgan's precisely constructed screenplay takes Thatcher from an unsure 20 year old post-war grocer's daughter entering politics all the way through to a lonely old lady plagued by the memories of her career and death of her late husband . Neither idolised nor demonised, this film attempts to strike a balance for both admirers and critics of Thatcher; however I am sure the line will not be so divided for Streep. Could another Oscar nod be on the way?Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 19/12/2011
(ca) wrote: Beautiful. This is the kind of stuff they should be showing at the imax! The cinematography is plain sensational and the interview excerpts show us Kurt not as a musical genius or the drug addict we know him as, but as a down-to-earth guy whose struggle with fame was most likely one of the reasons he took his own life. This movie is everything Last Days failed to be. This is Kurt in his own words. If not for that, see it just for the magnificent footage of Washington State!
(fr) wrote: hmm, como siempre tiene que pasar algo lamentable para que la gente reaccione de que esta equivocada.. lastima, pero bueno, ojala que haya mas gente que quiera salir del hoyo. Creo que la peli, estuvo chida.. pero si esperaba mas que ver tanto sexo...
(mx) wrote: I enjoyed the movie and I got really into it...however there were some things I really didn't like. Most of the characters were really unlikable. The only character I actually cared about was Stahl's. Rachael Leigh Cook's character was really stuck up and self absorbed. Then there was Stahl's friend who was so obnoxious and did the stupidest things. I was kind of hoping he had gotten shot by the other gamblers. I also didn't really love the character Stahl played, he was too serious and didn't have much of a personality at all. I really like Nick Stahl as an actor, but I don't think this was his best performance. The other thing I did not like about this movie was the narrator aspect of it. I guess it's just me, but I don't like a narrator telling me what is going on and giving me worthless background information that I really don't need to know in order to understand the movie. I'm not stupid, I get what's happening. Then there was the ending. There was a little twist that was fun, but at the very end *SPOILER*, they aren't friends anymore and his "girlfriend" (I don't know if you even consider Cook's character a girlfriend to Stahl seeing as how they never showed any chemistry whatsoever) might not be his "girlfriend" anymore? The girlfriend bit was my last concern. If Cook and Stahl were supposed to be girlfriend/boyfriend they could've kissed or hugged at least once throughout the movie. I mean seriously. They didn't even look like good friends in the movie...what was the director trying to do there? They could've taken Cook's character out completely and it wouldn't have made the slightest difference in the movie. It just confused me. If they just added Cook's character in there just to add a bit of romance to the story........it didn't work. I probably would not watch this movie again, but I really did enjoy it. The ending just disappointed me, I was hoping for something bigger and spectacular to happen.
(de) wrote: No matter what the cove says, this is NOT a sequel to Nija Scroll.
(de) wrote: I guess the guys would think it's funny... women are supposed to think these guys are catches, and they're not.
(es) wrote: Not a bad light-hearted western.
(it) wrote: Akira puts the most unlikely of individuals at the center of an apocalyptic event.
(de) wrote: This is the most overrated trash I've ever seen!
(es) wrote: Masterpiece from Hrishikesh Mukherjee
(it) wrote: Sinatra is a perfect fit for a private detective. Tony Rome is a good and memorable classic.
(mx) wrote: Great central performance by James Cagney makes this worth seeing. Though the film is not factual, it does have a lot of merit in bringing Lon Chaney's remarkable talents to light.
(ag) wrote: Robert Altman is one seriously unpredictable filmmaker. He can make light-hearted, comedy of the mainstream like Popeye and Dr. T and Women, but then out of left field, he gives you something like this. A masterful art film. His versatility is worshiped in the film industry. Watching this film, you can see his extraordinary talent. It's one the most carefully prepared and well edited thrillers I've ever seen. The story is very common to film, it's execution is what makes it so fresh and entertaining. The film drones with it's repetitious soundtrack. It cuts back and forth to symbolic images. The performances from Shelley Duvall and Sissy Spackek are abnormal, and so is the environment they live in. How it compares to his other works, I don't know. But, to those who are avid Art-house filmgoers, or fans of the modern day Altman, Paul Thomas Anderson, cannot miss out on seeing this.
(ag) wrote: Certamente Austin Powers un personaggio originale e molto divertente.Per il film nel suo complesso non mi ha entusiasmato pi di tanto anche se ci sono state tante occasioni di ilarit.Max Myers davvero poliedrico.
(br) wrote: What a boring and dramatic adventure. I expected more from Brendan Fraser
(br) wrote: A thoroughly entertaining action adventure romp! Jack Sparrow could be Johnny's Depp's defining role.