Secret Ops agent Marcus is sent to Detroit to take out an arms dealer and the head of the hedge fund that is financing him. His CIA backup has other plans and turns on him and it's a fight to survive in a hospital.
Famed archaeologist/adventurer Dr. Henry "Indiana" Jones is called back into action when he becomes entangled in a Soviet plot to uncover the secret behind mysterious artifacts known as the Crystal Skulls.
1000 AD, for years, One Eye, a mute warrior of supernatural strength, has been held prisoner by the Norse chieftain Barde. Aided by Are, a boy slave, One Eye slays his captor and together ... See full summary »
Nicolas Winding Refn
Set three years after Dragon Inn, innkeeper Jade has disappeared and a new inn has risen from the ashes - one that's staffed by marauders masquerading as law-abiding citizens, who hope to unearth the fabled lost city buried in the desert.
A diplomat's bodyguard and company are injured in a botched assassination attempt. They're all taken to the same hospital, where the bodyguard teams up with a nurse to protect the diplomat from a team of ruthless assassins. The nurse soon learns that there is more to this sticky situation than expected. Written by
In the vault scene, Redvale says "There you go. A hundred million in hundred-dollar bills", yet the scene shows only two suitcases full of money, when in fact it would be 1 million bills to equal that amount of money in hundreds and would take up much more room - probably filling the vault. See more »
I guess you guys didn't notice that it was stated that the hospital wing was mostly empty because they had moved the patients and staff to a newly built wing? Anyway, I liked this movie. Even though the plot was simple, they kept it moving (no pauses to reload guns ;-) and it was suspenseful because you couldn't be sure what might happen next. Excellently choreographed and performed hand-to-hand and foot-to-foot combat. Wesley has the moves, wow. His deadpan suited this movie, too, I feel. Just enough humanity was included by way of innocent bystanders, but not too much so as to distract from the urgent intent of the protagonists. The unusual photographic effects here and there added to the edginess, in my opinion. Pure adrenaline rush, if you stay with the flow.
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