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(1511) 5.9 92 min 2019

7500 is a movie starring Omid Memar, Passar Hariky, and Hicham Sebiai. A pilot's aircraft is hijacked by terrorists.

Hicham Sebiai, Paul Wollin, Omid Memar, Passar Hariky
Drama, Thriller
Patrick Vollrath

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Thriller
Director Patrick Vollrath
Writer Patrick Vollrath, Senad Halilbasic
Stars Hicham Sebiai, Paul Wollin, Omid Memar, Passar Hariky
Country USA, Germany, Austria
Runtime 1H 32M
Description A pilot's aircraft is hijacked by terrorists.

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Friday, 02 Oct 2020 02:45

What can you say about a film that is about a writer who is extremely flawed, but also full of compassion and integrity? It's like a symphony of wonderful music - the strongest pieces can be found as they come to you. Well, the main theme of this film, the idea of "hearing yourself hear" and "the one thing you must do", is part of a larger theme of awakening the essence of the soul, something that could not be felt even though we thought we could. In the beginning the whole film is about so much more than that. And it's an idea that will sound strange to the uninitiated. The word "hearing" is used throughout the film in a very real sense and there are many instances of this. For example, the protagonist's relationship with his wife, and with his daughter. Both, of course, are written very well. The acting of the supporting cast is also excellent. There is a wonderful subtlety that comes through the characters, and the complexity and the sense of realism is often impossible to discover by the viewer, because of the cinematography. It is also a style that works very well, since it seems to evoke a real sense of reality. A few of the characters, however, come across as a little too well-rounded. I'm not sure how they could be described, but they just seemed a bit too much in the story. I do have to say that the story is not bad, it's not that great. It's not perfect. But it's not bad. It just is not bad. Overall, it is a very nice movie, and worth watching. Even though it's a bit on the slow side, you shouldn't miss it. Go and enjoy the beautiful music. See it at your own risk.
Sunday, 06 Sep 2020 14:31

Taking place in 1960, our film is set in the snowy northern Canadian highlands. We are following two Canadian soldiers, "Johnny" (Aaron Paul) and "Dooley" (Topher Grace) through a Canadian Forces training camp. As they walk through the fields, they bump into an outlaw "Bill" (Cameron Bright). They both run from him, but when he tries to bring them into the bar, "Bill" shoots and kills Johnny. They both go to the bar and get drunk, but when "Bill" tries to sell them alcohol, Johnny gives him a cigarette instead. The next morning, "Bill" is arrested by the Canadian army, but due to a mistake, he is brought to the Canadian High Command, where he is being held in prison. In the afternoon, Johnny and "Dooley" meet with the Canadian prime minister, and the government orders Johnny to do hard labour and send him to the Arctic Circle for work. However, it turns out that Johnny's work is for the Canadian military and the Canadian army, not for the Canadian government, so he is not even sent to the Arctic Circle. The two are then taken to a Canadian army camp. But once there, "Dooley" is forced to fight in a mock battle, and he refuses to go and leave the camp. He is eventually put in a military prison, but Johnny makes a mistake and does not report to his prison cell. Johnny then is taken to a military prison, but when he sees "Bill" coming, he shoots him. But, when the Canadian military arrive, "Bill" has already escaped. After the final battle, "Bill" and "Dooley" are back in Canada, but their imprisonment is not over. Johnny is forced to do hard labour for the Canadian army, and "Dooley" is arrested. Johnny is now in Canada, working for the Canadian government. The war is over, and Johnny is a hero. However, he is not allowed to leave Canada, and he finds a chance to leave for the US, with "Dooley" and "Bill" looking after him. But, when the American government learns that he has escaped, they want him back. The next day, Johnny goes to the US and is told that "Bill" has escaped and is in New York. Meanwhile, a journalist named Rachel (Elizabeth Banks) and her husband Richard (Chris Messina) are travelling on a flight to America. As the plane is about to land, the plane is hijacked and Rachel is forced to fly to a US Army base in the Canadian highlands. After she gets to the base, the soldiers tell her that "Bill" has escaped, and that they will kill her if she does not go to the US. As "Bill" is in Canada, Johnny is forced to work in the mines, where he meets the Canadian army's chief of staff, "Pop" (Ricci), and the two talk about the war and how it affected them. Then, after they meet for the first time, "Bill" takes "Dooley" with him. Soon, "Bill" is in Canada, and after "Dooley" meets him, they go on a shooting spree. After that, "Bill" and "Dooley" escape, and they are both arrested. Johnny, "Dooley" and "Pop" are taken to a military prison, but "Dooley" and "Bill" are in the Canadian army camp, and "Dooley" is waiting for them, but he is taken to a Canadian army base. He also escapes, and "Bill" and "Dooley" are taken to the Canadian army prison. After that, Johnny is on a plane to Canada, but he gets an alarm. They all decide to land at the Canadian military base. But, when they land, "Bill" and "Dooley" are taken back to the US. The next day, "Bill" is still in the
Friday, 28 Aug 2020 19:57

The 2010 version of The House that Jack Built was one of the most financially successful films ever made. The ten-hour long production was an astounding feat of visual and theatrical art. The same goes for the 2009 adaptation, and despite having the same director, Alexander Payne, the results are not nearly as effective. The plot is about a younger director who goes into a troubled neighborhood to interview the neighbors and find out the story behind the old house. It is a classic story that was covered by many other movies, and the audience knows how it will end. At the beginning of the movie, you are intrigued by the theme and curiosity, and that is how the story unfolds, with the added excitement of what will happen to the home, the neighborhood, and everyone involved. The story moves at a nice pace and the acting is very good. The directing is good, although I don't think the pacing is perfect. It is good, but the story does not flow well. There are many scenes that go on too long, and at times you want the story to end, but it doesn't. The script, though very good, is not strong enough to keep the story going, and that is a problem. Another issue is the music. The score is good and I like the use of a Beatles-type score, but the songs are not very memorable and don't work well in the movie. The only one that I really liked was "Going Down the Road" and that was just because of the score. The film does a great job at telling the story, but the screenplay and direction are not as good as the actors and music. The best thing about this movie is the casting. I really liked John Cusack, but he did not have the same impact as he did in Mulholland Dr. and No Country for Old Men. He was quite bad here. However, the supporting cast of Michael Kelly, Kevin Bacon, and Jason Bateman all did a good job. The actors were able to make their characters credible and give them a very human feel. Even though it is not a great movie, the acting is good, the production is good, and the story is good, but the direction is weak, the script is good, but not great, and the music is not as good as the score. I give it a C+.
Tuesday, 11 Aug 2020 16:34

We see Henry's working life - he lives in a rundown apartment building, he is a friend of another man who is in the middle of a murder trial, and he is a high-class customer at a famous restaurant. He is a father of a nine year old son, and he's a pretty man who would love to go out with a woman - he loves her. But he is worried about what people think of him when he meets a strange young woman in the coffee shop. She tells him that Henry has a job as a security guard at a financial company. He is also being blackmailed by a gangster who has an obsession for Henry's wife. I actually like this film - it has some nice camera-work, and is well-made. I think the best part of the film is the end, and the way that Henry escapes from the cafe - I think that's the one that was best. I don't know if he had a good reason for going to that cafe, but it was good to see him try and escape. You do find yourself sympathizing with Henry, and his feelings toward his wife. He loves his wife, and has some affection for her. So I think that's the best part of the film. But I also liked the way the film ends. Henry goes to the cafe to see his wife and he falls asleep in his chair, and when he wakes up, he sees his wife sleeping with another man. Henry is also seen walking down the street, and you can see a woman sitting on his porch. He is very upset about what has happened, and it's hard to know what to think about it. But when he runs into his wife, and tells her that she is dead, it's good to see that she isn't mad about it, and he does feel a little better. I also like the fact that he doesn't tell her what happened, and she is so glad that she finally knows, and he is even mad at himself for lying to her. He is going to kill himself, and she wants to know what he did. But he tells her he didn't kill her. This is a movie about death, and the way we deal with it, and how we can deal with it. I think that is a good thing. It also shows Henry's reaction to death. He reacts in a way that doesn't show a lot of emotion, but I think that is also good, because it shows how Henry can not be swayed by emotion. He is cold and logical, and this is a good part of the film. I also like how the plot kind of turns out. I thought the ending was good, but I'm not sure if I liked it or not. But the way Henry kills himself is very powerful, and I think it was a good end. I think that the ending of this film was very well done, and I think that this is a movie that has a lot of good qualities. It's not a masterpiece, but I think it is worth watching.
Thursday, 23 Jul 2020 10:51

Another in a long line of Tarkovsky's films that has been demonized by "experts" as being fake, glitzy, and silly. I find the critics to be absolutely correct in their assessment of this film. It is definitely an exciting film. I saw it on the Sci Fi channel and it was action packed, I enjoyed it. I also enjoyed the film's psychological story. You feel like you are watching a movie where the characters are real people and you are in the position of knowing them intimately. The director has made some films that I have found to be fascinating in a lot of ways and this film is definitely one of them. But it is also very serious, like most of his other works. Tarkovsky doesn't play around with the rules of reality in his films. I do believe that one of the things that makes his films so great is that they show us things that we wouldn't normally see or see a lot of other movies that go over the same territory. I do think that he is one of the great artists of the 20th century. This film does give me a lot of hope that his later works will be better than his current works. I am not saying that his later works will be great, but they are still a step up from his earlier works. And as usual Tarkovsky has created a film that is very cinematic, atmospheric, and always engaging. The visual style is very much like a foreign film. You have the scenes of nature, you have the long shots, and you have the slower shot that he does so well in his films. But I think it is a good stylistic choice. It is a very artistic style and the director uses it well.

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