The Vigilante Diaries is a high octane action-adventure following The Vigilante (Paul Sloan) and The Kid (Kevin L. Walker) on dangerous adventures, from the mega-mansions and the underbelly... See full summary »
Quinton 'Rampage' Jackson,
Trick is among five hostages trapped together, paralyzed from the neck down. While an FBI agent and former detective race against the clock to find their location, the group tries to figure a way out before their promised execution.
Robert Allen Mukes,
A long forgotten ancient spacecraft discovered on Earth. Investigations carried out by Scout transport her to the moon whereupon she meets the impressive machines preserving the wisdom of that long lost civilization.
After years of flying fighter planes and 5 years as test pilot, Guy is now, Dec. 4, 1959, on a secret British space capsule orbiting Earth trying to reenter but things start going wrong. Can he, despite cold war, get back to Earth safely?
Strange spiritual obsessions begin to unearth age-old secrets in a small Northwest town, leading a pastor to suspect that all might not be as idyllic as he first imagined and personal threats await anyone who dares confront them.
The Brothers Freeman
Michael J. Prosser,
Raphael, a young executive on the verge of losing a multi-million dollar architectural deal with a large distribution company, suffers a sudden death in his family and has to return to his ... See full summary »
The Man (Pierce Brosnan) confronts another character by saying to him "Where you gonna run?" This is a lyric from Nina Simone's song "Sinnerman", which was featured in The Thomas Crown Affair (1999), starring Brosnan. See more »
A the 8 minute mark, as the helicopter descends into view, it has wheels, then when you see it depart, it has skids. See more »
Impressed by its ability to be strange and horrifying at the same time
It's a weird one, but a cool one.
Pierce Brosnan plays a unique pusher man who gives a group of young people a drug that will let you know what it feels like to live without the boundaries of society holding you back for one night only.
Danny Masterson plays a man who is part of the one percent and wants to supply his friends with the drug for more than one night.
The problem is when you take a drug more than once it gives you total freedom to do whatever you feel like with no regrets and to have a world with no boundaries is a dangerous one.
The beauty of the film is how messed up these people got. It was well acted when these people just started doing what they wanted.
Best way to watch it, is to cling to the person in the film you most relate too (their was this one girl who after taking the drug twice wondered what it would be like to smash a Kim Kardashian type's head into a window for being annoying, so she did)
Also giving mad points to the great music in the film that really set the tone and was super impressive, making up for the not so great cinematography.
Urge you to see it.
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