No emotion. No fear. No pain. They were the perfect soldiers to protect civilization-until the drone police became the perfect enemy. With little hope left for mankind, Tallis, an ... See full summary »
Jesse V. Johnson
Matthew R. Anderson,
For nearly twenty years after his boxing career ended Merle Hench works for Murdoch, the capo of a San Fernando mob outfit. Merle spends his days cracking heads and collecting debts, it is ... See full summary »
Charlie Valentine (Raymond J. Barry), notorious crime boss/mobster, attempts to pull one last heist before slipping into "retirement". When the heist goes sour, however, he's forced to go ... See full summary »
Jesse V. Johnson
Raymond J. Barry,
This is an extremely nice piece of work. It's all about the scenes, sequences,lighting....i mean the direction was excellent...i guess it all falls within the realm of cinematography but it starts with the writing. This thing had that certain something you'll never find in big studio formula movies that star guys like colin farrell, jason stathom, russel crowe, etc. etc. and you'll never find that certain something in anything with chris pratt.....he is the antithesis to that certain something (aka cool factor) that makes actors and movies cool and good, and is a prime example of the hollywood money machine that is not interested in talent. This was way up there in the movies with a major cool factor, point break being the epitome as of date. It's not about the size of the production/budget it's just a certain something that happens when talent is at work and allowed to create, it's in some major studio stuff and some no budget stuff, but very few in relation to most, and this had it going on for sure.
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