04.02.2019 at 07:35 #2765
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Oh no 😢
Avengers the best movie!!!
Trying desperately to be a SAW clone in style but failing miserably after half decent beginning soon becomes tired and cliched..
– 1 of 5 11:55 MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS – 3 of 5 I.e. mostly crap movies with a 100-200 million dollar budget, so repetitive, boring and predictable I’d probably fall asleep watching them..
There doing the captain marvel movie before avengers 4 end game so the little preview at the end, adds up to what’s going to happen in avengers 4.
sons of anarchy any1 got that vibe from the music
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– 2 of 5 09:32 Breakthrough
Omg what a stupid movie…the worst acting of Pacino….1/10
‘Glass’ anticipated me the most which is not included in the list though
American, Hangman… putlockers
Pacino in a decent role again, but is hard to forget Duncakcino in Jack and Jill.
I want superman,Batman,flash,Wonder Woman and Aquaman in the Avengers so bad!!
Math is quite difficult for director I suppose. At 1:15:00 percentage is shown as Guilty 43% and Not guilty 67%……
Nevertheless Donald Sutherland remains king!
9:32 what a movie 😍
The movie is pure shit. Trust me. You’ll waste yo time by watchin it. Go ahead, watch it, but then you’ll prove that I wsas right, also as maaany, many others who has the same oppinion.
After thanos who will be villains please say I respect avengers
AN AN A A A N N N
It’s Nacho house.
I still after all these years (Too many to remember) can’t find a definitive reason as to why I HATE Jude Law so much! Almost to the point of not watching Captain Marvel. But it’s a marvel movie and so is a must but Jude Law in it? Really!.
as soon as I saw Pacino was in it I turned it off gonna be a mumble-fest of shite
2:31 – trying to look innocent when you are 100% guilty
American! Hangman. Online… live, online:! Will? Meera. save, HDan – Stark! from, the… swarming… White, Walkers.
Man Chris Pratt lookin hella thicc
Es la chica de Cam !
Greetings again from the darkness. Two men are kidnapped, bound and gagged, and dragged into a secure basement. Soon enough, the disoriented men (and we as viewers) realize this is to be a trial conducted via social media – and the stakes are very real. Writer-Director Wilson Coneybeare presents the kidnapper as a quiet dude with an intricately well-designed, though quite demented, set-up.
Ron (Paul Braunstein) and the ironically named Judge Straight (Donald Sutherland) are the two men held captive, while Henry David Cole (Vincent Kartheiser, “Mad Men”) is their captor. Ron is the high strung type who constantly threatens Cole despite being handcuffed and otherwise tortured. The Judge, on the other hand, remains calm and composed as he tries to reason with his captor … and even talk some sense into Ron. Despite the circumstances, we find a bit of humor in Ron’s bull-headedness and his frantic comparisons to the movie SAW, which of course the Judge has never seen. On a side note, Paul Braunstein actually appeared in JIGSAW (one of the SAW sequels).
Cole begins the live broadcast via social media and we periodically see the graphics for time (go live at 1:11pm) and counter of viewers tuned in. Also tuning in are the local cops led by a retiring police lieutenant (Oliver Dennis) and a detective (Joanne Boland), and a top notch hacker (Jess Salguiero). Cole’s basement set up includes numerous computers and cameras strategically placed around the room. His own moves are choreographed in a manner that keeps his face from being seen on social media. The Judge and Ron see him (and his awful haircut), as do we as viewers.
An ambitious news reporter is working her own contacts, but much of the suspense occurs inside the basement. It takes a while to unfold, but we soon understand Cole’s thought process and why he believes a publicly broadcast trial makes sense. Some of the issues touched upon include a justice system that is “ignorant, corrupt and blood thirsty”, as well as the power and peril of the news media and social media. As the public “votes” online for guilt or innocence, all parties end up in full-throttle CYA mode by the end of the film … and that may be the biggest statement here. It’s a decent little thriller that surprisingly generates some thought..
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