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Trespass Against Us is a movie starring Michael Fassbender, Brendan Gleeson, and Lyndsey Marshal. A man looks to find a way to escape the criminal ways of his outlaw family.

Thriller, Drama, Action, Crime
Adam Smith
Michael Fassbender, Brendan Gleeson, Georgie Smith, Lyndsey Marshal

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Product details

Genres Thriller, Drama, Action, Crime
Director Adam Smith
Writer Alastair Siddons
Stars Michael Fassbender, Brendan Gleeson, Georgie Smith, Lyndsey Marshal
Country UK
Also Known As Não Ultrapasse, Código de Família, Codice criminale, アウトサイダーズ, À ceux qui nous ont offensés, Wbrew rodzinie, Nož u našim leđima, Παράνομες ζωές, Proti vlastní krvi, Paranomes Zoes, Das Gesetz der Familie
Runtime 1 h 39 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A man looks to find a way to escape the criminal ways of his outlaw family.

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Saturday, 30 May 2020 17:49

In "Trespass Against Us," A-list stars Linda Fiorentino and Richard Dreyfuss star as a couple who have been at odds for years over their daughter's friendship with a stranger who is living next door. As it turns out, that stranger is not only a family friend but a close friend of the family. Fiorentino and Dreyfuss team up to beat the guy and it is the kind of revenge that I had always pictured on screen but never imagined would be possible. It's always better to have people die for you. The movie begins with an interesting family dinner scene. At one point, the dinner is interrupted when Fiorentino's son demands to know who's family they are. I'm not sure if that was a mistake on Fiorentino's part, or if she just assumed that the waiter was lying or if he had something to do with the dinner. I don't know. The whole scene was like something out of "Murder She Wrote," but it was still very entertaining. Fiorentino is just fine as the mother of the two boys. I always assumed that she would have a better part in "Murder She Wrote" but I never realized how good she really is. Dreyfuss is the young lad that wants to be a star. He is also a pretty good actor. I don't think I could tell if he was pretending to be someone he wasn't. The most memorable part of the film is probably the scene where Dreyfuss confronts the guy he is attacking. I found that very amusing. Fiorentino and Dreyfuss are just the best. I don't care if they play pranks on one another. They're just too funny together. "Trespass Against Us" is a very well made film. The direction is great, the acting is great, and the script is great. I never have seen anything like it. It's the kind of movie that will stay with you long after it's over.
Tuesday, 26 May 2020 19:28

SPOILERS: After being forced into a car crash that takes the life of his girlfriend and his best friend, Cop Driver (Jamie Foxx) is left traumatized and hopeless with no hope for a future. However, after receiving an anonymous letter that threatens him with death, Cop Driver's world begins to spin around. He begins receiving communications from strangers that are meant to act as friends and mentors to him and he begins his quest to uncover the identity of the murderer who made his life such a nightmare. This movie has all the right ingredients to be a classic action thriller. The story itself is quite interesting, even if it doesn't have the visceral impact of its counterparts. However, it is still entertaining thanks to Jamie Foxx and an excellent cast. Foxx's performance as Cop Driver is truly mesmerizing. He is a very charismatic protagonist who is willing to help others in a time of need. His mannerisms, the way he treats people, and his abilities to put others in their place are just the tip of the iceberg. His performances in The Help and the next two movies will definitely prove that he is one of the best actors working today. I also enjoyed Steve Carell's performance as Detective Bowman, who is also an excellent character. His interaction with Foxx and Carell is very good. However, the real star of the movie is Leonardo DiCaprio, whose performance as the criminal portrayed by Russell Crowe is truly chilling. His performance is so incredibly amazing that I can't find a word to describe it. It's almost like his performance is so good that he seems real. I could actually feel the emotion that he was displaying on screen. Crowe's performance was equally amazing, and it's just so good that I can't even describe it. It's just such a great performance that he managed to become one of my favorite actors. However, the real standout of the movie is Jamie Foxx. While I believe that his performance was a bit lackluster, it's also one of the best performances I have seen in a long time. He doesn't have the most natural voice, but that doesn't take away from his performance. His character is so believable that you can feel the pain and anguish he feels during his scenes. Even though he has a few minor flaws, he completely makes up for it with his performance. When you put Jamie Foxx and Leo DiCaprio together, you can't help but get the feeling that they're destined to become one of the most iconic stars of the 21st century. I was expecting more from this movie, but it was still a great movie with some memorable moments. I highly recommend this movie, and I highly recommend it for
Friday, 17 Apr 2020 01:35

A crew of international mercenaries are sent to capture a pirate. The mercenaries are at first pretty professional, but when the pirate uses a sophisticated computer and locks them in a room with his girlfriend and her boyfriend, the crew learns they have to join hands or die. The only way to get out is by fighting their way through a dangerous jungle full of vicious mutated animals. The main problem with this movie is that the script has a little too many holes. There is no explanation of how they arrived at their current location or why the crew has to fight a giant mutant monkey. There are also too many boring moments, most of which have to do with the mercenary's relationship with their boss. The main character is played by British actor Thomas Turgoose and he does a decent job, but he seems like an odd choice for the lead role. The rest of the cast includes notable British actors Liam Neeson and Willem Dafoe, both of whom are wasted. Despite this, The Raid: Redemption has a great atmosphere, thrilling action sequences and a pretty impressive production value. The cast and story are very well done. The visual effects are good, but some of the special effects are a little overdone and they look very fake. The overall impression of the movie is good, but there are a few plot holes and the acting is sub-par. This is the first James Bond movie I've seen and it didn't impress me too much. Maybe I just expected too much from the movie. As a single movie, The Raid: Redemption is not a bad movie, but it's nowhere near the level of the first Die Hard. The Raid: Redemption is rated PG-13. I recommend this movie to all Bond fans, but only if you're a die hard Bond fan. My rating: 6.5/10

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