Eight thieves went in a jewelry store to steal diamonds and they killed innocent people in the store because they didn't want them to give the evidence to the police. One cop named Rik was ... See full summary »
Two friends, one a cop in Thailand, the other special forces, hunt down the murderer of the police officer's beautiful daughter. Suspenseful, tense and loaded with action. The two friends ... See full summary »
It's the year 3000 A.D.; the Earth is lost to the alien race of Psychlos. Humanity is enslaved by these gold-thirsty tyrants, whom are unaware that their 'man-animals' are about to ignite the rebellion of a lifetime.
When a teenager, Chun-Li witnesses the kidnapping of her father by wealthy crime lord M. Bison. When she grows up, she goes into a quest for vengeance and becomes the famous crime-fighter of the Street Fighter universe.
Michael Clarke Duncan
Jonathan Ecks, an FBI agent, realizes that he must join with his lifelong enemy, Agent Sever, a rogue DIA agent with whom he is in mortal combat, in order to defeat a common enemy. That enemy has developed a "micro-device" that can be injected into victims in order to kill them at will.Written by
The possibly only good review recorded to dare by a professional critic (yet wasn't recorded on Rotten Tomatoes' site) was a review for the Daily Herald by film critic Jean Carey. It was recorded on Sept. 20, 2002 and the headline was " 'Ballistic' a great time at the movies." See more »
Gregg Henry plays character Robert Gant was portrayed as a civilian Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency or D.I.A. In the real life Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency is a high ranking three-star military officer, Lieutenant General from Air Force or Army or Marine or a Navy Vice Admiral. There's never been a civilian held the position Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, unless if it's only acting director for a short moment. See more »
Good evening Mrs. Gant.
What does my husband want now?
The plan has changed. He is now available to spend time with Michael.
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For the past several years I have watched Lucy Liu as a low-key, intelligent partner to the brilliant detective Sherlock Holmes. While this is not the type of movie I would enjoy, I did like seeing Liu in a very different role as a capable martial arts fighter who also used serious weapons.
Sever could beat up a big burly man who hit on her, or pretty much anyone else, or blow up everything in sight, or shoot at anyone around her with firepower I doubt most soldiers would have, and show no emotion whatsoever. And never a hair out of place. And great looking clothes, just like Dr. Watson.
And yet in scenes with the kidnapped boy, she almost seemed compassionate. At least she seemed somewhat caring. Not the monster who all the cops wanted to take down.
Also worth mentioning is the overly confident billionaire bad guy from "Scandal". Here, Gregg Henry played a character who was merely rich, but didn't quite achieve that character you love to hate (except I only hated the man in "Scandal"). Later in the movie, he showed signs of what he could do.
I thought Antonio Banderas was considered a quality performer, and he certainly showed his talent as Puss in Boots last night on "Jeopardy" (assuming that was him). Here, he seemed bored and tired.
So is there anything about this worth seeing? Well, I didn't pay for it, beyond what I pay each month to get a dependable signal and the ability to record. If there's anything good in it at all, it wasn't a total waste of time.
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