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Posted : 16 years, 6 months ago on 24 January 2008 06:38 (A review of Flawless)

Everything works in this movie : The direction, the acting, the shooting, the story and the script - one commentators claimed that it was limited and one dimensional but it is quite on the contrary : the script was written very elegantly with quite a lot of subtelties and these would probably be missed by those who are used the usual wham bahm great Hollywood films.

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Posted : 17 years, 2 months ago on 24 May 2007 06:27 (A review of Breach (Full Screen Edition))

Inspired by the true story of the greatest security breach in US history.

When Eric O'Neill (Ryan Phillippe), a young agent-in-training, is promoted out of his low-level surveillance job and into the headquarters of the FBI, his dream of becoming a full-fledged agent is on the verge of becoming a reality.

Even more impressive, O'Neill is selected to work for renowned operative Robert Hanssen (Chris Cooper) within "information assurance," a new division created to protect all classified FBI intelligence. His enthusiasm, however, quickly turns to anxiety as O'Neill is confronted with the true reason behind his unexpected promotion. Hanssen is the sole subject of a long-term, top-secret investigation; he is a suspected mole who has become extremely dangerous by the sheer global import of the information he is protecting.

The Bureau asks O'Neill to use Hanssen's growing trust of the apprentice to slowly draw the traitor out of deep cover. Now engaged in a lethal game of spy-versus-spy, O'Neill finds himself fighting to bring down Hanssen before the treacherous double agent can destroy him, his family and the nation they are both sworn to serve.

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Posted : 17 years, 3 months ago on 16 April 2007 02:52 (A review of Deja Vu )

The actual story, which involves a murdered witness and an evil gulf war veteran (glassily played by Jim Caviezel), is your standard time-paradox puzzle box, neatly solved in a twisty final act. Tony Scott's visuals are as stylishly empty as ever - the strange burnished effect of the time travelling sequences is especially lovely. But it's Denzel himself, ambling through the nonsense with just the right degree of twinkling insouciance, who keeps you watching. Good fun.

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Better than expected - stormbreaker

Posted : 17 years, 4 months ago on 2 March 2007 06:27 (A review of Alex Rider: Operation Stormbreaker [DVD] [2006] [Region 1] [NTSC])

Orphaned following his parents’ death in a plane crash, fourteen-year-old Alex Rider (Alex Pettyfer) lives in London with his banker uncle, Ian Rider (Ewan McGregor). When Ian is mysteriously killed, Alex takes it upon himself to look into the tragedy. Shockingly, he discovers that his uncle led a double life as a secret agent for MI6. Impressed with his novice detective skills, Alan Blunt (Bill Nighy), the cold, calculating head of MI6 Special Operations, decides to recruit the teenager as a spy. Alex was always strongly encouraged by his uncle to indulge in extreme sports like martial arts and scuba diving. Additionally, he gained invaluable knowledge of several foreign languages while traveling extensively with him on business. As a result, he is a perfect candidate for a young secret agent. His first mission is to investigate the devious megalomaniac Darrius Sayle (Mickey Rourke), who has ties to several dangerous and hostile nations. Sayle’s generous, but rather suspicious plan to donate his revolutionary new computer system, Stormbreaker, to every school in England, may be concealing some criminal agenda. Alex will infiltrate Sayle’s company by impersonating a programming wizard and will pick up the investigation where his uncle left off.

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children of men (Of us all)

Posted : 17 years, 7 months ago on 21 December 2006 03:26 (A review of Children of Men)

Children of Men" envisages a world one generation from now that has fallen into anarchy on the heels of an infertility defect in the population. The world's youngest citizen has just died at 18, and humankind is facing the likelihood of its own extinction.

Set against a backdrop of London torn apart by violence and warring nationalistic sects, "Children of Men" follows disillusioned bureaucrat Theo (Owen) as he becomes an unlikely champion of Earth's survival. When the planet's last remaining hope is threatened, this reluctant activist is forced to face his own demons and protect her from certain peril.

Directed and co-written by acclaimed filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón ("Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban," "Y tu mamá también"), "Children of Men" also stars Julianne Moore as the leader of an underground opposition group and Michael Caine as Jasper.

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My Super Ex-Girlfriend review

Posted : 17 years, 9 months ago on 13 October 2006 04:25 (A review of My Super Ex-Girlfriend)

Much funnier than I expected - really pretty cool movie, I like Eddie Izzard's "cameo" as the 'super villian, "Proffessor Bedlam" (He actually manages to steal the limited scenes that he appears in) Uma Thurman as a super hero, who could ask for more, although her 'super costume' could have been better. What I wanna know is what does the "G" in "G-girl" stand for?

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