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Detour is a movie starring Tye Sheridan, Emory Cohen, and Bel Powley. A young law student blindly enters into a pact with a hoodlum who offers to kill his stepfather - a man he feels is responsible for the accident that sent his...

Genres
Action, Thriller
Director
Christopher Smith
Starring
Tye Sheridan, Bel Powley, Emory Cohen, Stephen Moyer

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Product details

Genres Action, Thriller
Director Christopher Smith
Writer Christopher Smith
Stars Tye Sheridan, Bel Powley, Emory Cohen, Stephen Moyer
Country United Arab Emirates, UK, South Africa
Also Known As Objazd, Gyilkos kitérő, Dolambaç, Ocolul, Detour - Fuori controllo, Pe cai ocolite, To Kill A Man - Kein Weg zurück
Runtime 1 h 37 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 Law student and all round good guy, Harper, suspects that his scheming step-father, Vincent, is responsible for the car crash that sent his mother into a coma. Drowning his sorrows one evening in a seedy L.A whiskey bar, Harper is interrupted by a tough looking redneck called Johnny Ray who offers to 'take care' of his step-dad for the cool sum of US$20,000. Angry, intent on revenge and fuelled by alcohol, Harper agrees to the deal and spends the rest of his evening downing shots with Johnny Ray. The next morning, Harper awakes to the mother of all hangovers with hazy memory of the previous night's events. Answering a knock at the front door, he is surprised to find Johnny Ray and his beautiful but distant girlfriend, Cherry, ready and waiting to drive to Vegas to kill Vincent. Harper's claims that he was drunk and didn't know what he was doing mean nothing to Johnny Ray who is more threatening than ever in the cold light of day. Harper quickly realises that there is no easy way out; if he wants to survive this, he has no choice but to go along with the plan. What follows is a tense and deftly constructed noir thriller in which Harper's story takes an unexpected detour, presenting the audience with two alternate versions of events with two very different outcomes. Did Harper really want to kill his step father and which road did he actually take?

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Monday, 11 May 2020 09:11

* Warning: Spoilers* I'm a big fan of the recent DC movies, especially the Batman ones, and I am glad that they brought back the old Jack Kirby characters for this movie. The movie takes place in Chicago in 1980's, about a decade after the original "Sin City", a sort of hippy paradise in the middle of the last century. It's the year 2032, and Sin City is the future and the world is overpopulated. In the future, everyone can get their hands on a gun and kill each other, with no consequences. Batman (Christian Bale), Barbara Gordon (Eva Green), Harvey Dent (Kevin Costner), and Lucius Fox (Tommy Lee Jones) have all become millionaires thanks to a crime lord named Jekyll (Geoffrey Rush) and his gang of crime lords. Now Batman is tired of it and wants to take the fight to Jekyll. He joins Barbara in a mad dash across Chicago, just to get to the city where Batman was born. But Batman isn't alone in his search. Commissioner Gordon (Morgan Freeman) is not happy with Batman's work, as Batman is constantly chasing after Jekyll. Gordon has had enough of Batman's life, and after a little argument, Gordon has Batman kicked out of his city. Gordon finds a group of street gangs and takes them under his wing, even hiring two young thugs to train them. They train them up, and after a while, the young thugs join Batman in his efforts to fight Jekyll and his gang. They manage to kill Jekyll, but Gordon manages to track Jekyll down, and he's revealed to be a former member of the Sin City Gang, who was hired to train the young thugs. He kills Gordon and takes Gordon's daughter hostage. He gives her a gun, and tells her to shoot Batman in the head if he is ever found. But she's unable to do it, so she just shoots a guy who was waiting for her. Batman runs after her, and gets a lead on where the Jekyll's gang is hiding. He goes to them, and he finds them in a hotel. They all escape, and the bad guys are searching for them. The gang gives Batman his gun back, and Batman shoots a woman in the head. The woman dies, and the bad guys come to find Batman. Batman starts shooting the gang members, and he takes the gun and starts chasing after the bad guys. After a long fight, Batman manages to take out all of the bad guys, and is standing on a rooftop, watching the city come down around him. He then takes a bullet in the head, and decides to give up being Batman. But it doesn't stop him from fighting crime, and he goes back to the city where he was born, and helps a little boy get to the wrong place to get his gun back. Batman goes
Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 11:43

The Great British gangster film - and even the most hardcore film buffs can agree that the original "Scarface" is a film made on a budget and with a good amount of star power - and although it doesn't have that at its core, it's still the best film made in the genre in years. While the original film is gritty and fast-paced, it's still an amazing movie. And it is what it is - a gangster film, with a few twists. Not a gangster film for kids. The basic premise of the film is that "Carlito's Way" (yes, that's the name of the Texas-Mexican drug cartel that gets the better of the bad guys, as Carlito Rodriguez (Terence Hill) is framed by the authorities for the murder of a rival cartel leader) is trying to smuggle the "Mexican gold" to "China", and they are going to do it with the help of a Mexican drug-lord named "Chimpo (Joaquim Phoenix) and his gang. But they need a young Mexican girl named "Juana (Jodie Foster) to lead them through the mine, and they need a boat to get there. While this is going on, Rodriguez meets up with his gang, and starts killing off the other guys, so the bad guys take over. From here on, the film never really slows down. In fact, it's an absolute joy to watch. There's a lot of shoot-outs, murders, and even a bit of humour - and although this isn't an '80s action flick, it's well worth it to see that film with all its badass action, impressive action scenes, great acting and an excellent soundtrack. One of the great things about the film is how the violence is never gratuitous - it's always well-acted and justified, and the humour and the humour isn't always over the top. The script is also great, although it does have its flaws. It's a little to slow in the first half, and it does suffer from a bit of a melodramatic tone, but it never gets too preachy. I'll always consider the original "Scarface" one of the best films ever made, and "Terence Hill's" portrayal of the role is perfectly believable. The film is enjoyable from start to finish, and a great movie experience for fans of the genre. 8/10.


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