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(26752) 6.6 99 min 2019

21 Bridges is a movie starring Chadwick Boseman, Sienna Miller, and J.K. Simmons. An embattled NYPD detective is thrust into a citywide manhunt for a pair of cop killers after uncovering a massive and unexpected conspiracy.

Chadwick Boseman, Stephan James, Sienna Miller, J.K. Simmons
Drama, Thriller, Action, Crime
Brian Kirk

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Thriller, Action, Crime
Director Brian Kirk
Writer Matthew Michael Carnahan, Adam Mervis, Adam Mervis
Stars Chadwick Boseman, Stephan James, Sienna Miller, J.K. Simmons
Country USA, China
Also Known As Crime Sem Saída, 21 Mostov, 21 Cây Cầu, 17 Bridges, 21 mostów, City of Crime, 21 Pontes, Nueva York sin salida, 21 Most, 21 silda, Poursuite sous pression, 21 Gsharim, 21 tiltas, 21 híd, 21 tilts, Manhattan Lockdown, 21 Mostů, Manhattan sin salida, 暴走曼哈頓, 21 Γέφυρες
Runtime 1H 39M
Description Thrust into a citywide manhunt for a duo of cop killers, NYPD detective Andre Davis begins to uncover a massive conspiracy that links his fellow police officers to a criminal empire and must decide who he is hunting and who is actually hunting him. During the manhunt, Manhattan is completely locked down for the first time in its history - no exit or entry to the island including all 21 bridges.

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Sunday, 13 Sep 2020 14:50

Micky and The Family Stone, Universal's first bit of brain-dead violence/sex drivel, is a rather stunning accomplishment. This movie is set in the 1970s, and involves a lot of dark humor, drug abuse, and very gay sex, all in a post-apocalyptic setting. Micky, a violent biker with a soul, and his sweet young punk buddy, Jack, an adolescent geek who's a college student, meet up with a bunch of bad-ass bikers who happen to be from the wrong side of the tracks. They arrive in the wrong town, and see a town filled with random teenagers, who are either crazed drug users or topless babes, but minkies are one thing they can't seem to help. There's also a bunch of hookers who hang out in a local bathhouse, and when the gang goes to investigate, the bikers find that the town is under siege from the dreaded bikers. The bikers have only one thing on their mind, and that is to take their share of the dope. On the other hand, the kids are well, not all that smart. They're not out to make a difference, but just have fun. Of course, the group, minkies or not, end up under the control of the bad guys, and the boys end up fighting to the death. But, minkies aren't the only thing that's on the rampage. In fact, there are lots of bloody scenes that include things that most people would consider only a little bit gory, but that's all in good fun. The film is entertaining from beginning to end, but the gore is a little more subdued than most of the rest of the film. Micky is the only one who's really getting his ass kicked, but the other characters have their moments as well. The cast is made up of great actors, especially Marky Mark and Joe Spinell, who play the bad guys. They're a gang of nasty bikers who operate out of a diner, and they're not afraid to get a little nasty. The script also features a lot of great dialogue. Micky gets into a brief fight with a girl in a bar who's in the wrong side of town, and the scene is extremely hilarious. Also, I loved the scenes when Micky and Jack are on their motorcycles, minkies or not. They're really fun to watch, and I'd like to think that they were actually shooting these scenes. But, on the whole, I'd say that the film is worth seeing. And, for that, I give it a 7 out of 10.
Thursday, 11 Jun 2020 05:28

Dennis Quaid is the kind of actor that, whether or not he's in a movie, is always loved by the fans and critics alike. He is one of the few actors that can elicit "hero" sentiment from his fans. The same is true for Robert Downey Jr., who has actually been nominated for a handful of Oscar's and seems to have a winning formula that some might have to be satisfied with, and if not, then at least something worth watching, to be sure. But, to me, the most captivating actor in the business is James Woods. I mean, just look at his face. He's just so charming and every single person who I know who sees him (except for some of my closest friends and acquaintances) is either hooked on him or simply loves him because of the way he plays his role and the way he expresses himself. And, this movie, which I am so happy to report, has made me a fan of Mr. Woods. As I was saying, while he was in the movie, I actually felt as though I was watching a very believable story unfold as opposed to a movie that was edited, shot, and edited some more. The movie itself is an action movie about a bank robbery that goes awry. As I say, it is not the kind of film you watch and think, "That was a great movie." It is a movie you sit back, take a couple of drinks, and watch and consider. And, it is just so much more than that. Yes, it does have some action and some action is very exciting, but I think the reason I was enjoying it was because of the characters. James Woods is just so charming and he actually has a very unique way of talking. He is hilarious, charming, and when he was on screen, he actually seemed to be trying to act. I guess what I am trying to say is that Mr. Woods is definitely a favorite of mine and I look forward to his future work in the movie business. Although this is a film that was supposed to be a comedy, it really wasn't. I don't know why, but I just felt that there was no comedy to this film. It was just a collection of very intense, gripping, and at times, very tense scenes with just enough comedy thrown in to keep it from being too serious. I mean, I will admit, the film had moments that were very funny, but in general, the scenes were very intense and they didn't really hit you over the head with humor. But, what was so great about this film was that the actors were all extremely interesting and convincing and each of them were very likable. I liked how they all had certain aspects of their personalities that were very interesting. One thing I noticed was that they all had a certain personality that was very interesting. In fact, I thought the roles played by Dermot Mulroney, Sam Elliot, and especially, B-movie legend, Rod Steiger were really enjoyable and enjoyable to watch. I thought the dialogue in the movie was actually very interesting. I think the dialogues were very believable and extremely well written. Another thing I did enjoy was the cinematography. It was a very nice looking movie. I thought the camera shots and the lighting were beautiful and it really helped to draw attention to the scenes. The movie was set in and around a bank and I thought it was very impressive how the bank and the surrounding area was shot. I also really enjoyed the scenes with the police officers. In fact, I thought that the police officer's scenes were very interesting and in my opinion, the police officer's scenes were very well acted. But, to me, the standout scenes were the scenes with the robbers. I think what I enjoyed the most was the scene

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