Such a frustrating disappointment
Highly Overrated But Still Good
A waste of 90 minutes of my life
If the ambition is to provide two hours of instantly forgettable, popcorn-munching escapism, it succeeds.
A group of Homeland security types has people undercover wanting to stop the bad guys from "raining" down on LA. The plot is super simple. The music and sneers let you know who the bad guys are. The sound editor didn't know what to do with gun fire during the slow motion shoot outs...heck just put it anywhere. The only real conflict in the film is supplied by women who are either wives, ex-wives, girlfriends, or bosses. This is a film where Luke Goss emerges as the best actor, something I would not have expected. Near the end Luke suddenly pulls out a Bible and hands it to a fellow agent proclaiming, "There are no atheists in foxholes." Where did that come from?This feels like a pilot for a TV program as the ending doesn't give you closure.Parental Guide: F-bomb, sex, butt nudity.
WOW, I mean WOW was that bad. I'm at a loss for words. I actually joined just to write my first movie review. The acting was just plain bad and the characters weren't believable. The foreign accents were all over the place and didn't seem to work for me. The shoot outs were at very close range and the accuracy didn't appear too sharp. "Trained" SWAT or special forces guys were doing things and putting themselves in positions that I don't believe they would. The end of the movie just left me saying WHAT?. I don't even care, I'm not going to watch it again to figure it out. I'm going to tell my friends that this movie is a must see just so that I can get some value from it when they watch it know they have been duped. For those who gave this movie good reviews, we are obviously not judging on the same criteria.
A wonderful written story how our beloved neighbor turns into a nightmare of others and shocks not only friends but it's own family by leaving them for a greater good: faith. Well navigated plot of an emigrant who became an US Citizen and accomplishes he's goal no matter what it cost even the cost of his wife and kids without being concern about, turns him into a terrorist. There's not only dynamic cast and crew in order to make this action film but the vision of the Director Luciano Saber who brings all his tricks and ideas using drones and difficult camera angles in order to make it an unforgettable experience. It's a film that is surrounded to so many stories close to us today. It looks like the Director Saber can be very versatile in a film genres today making him not only super creative but also that has a vision. Certainly we will see soon another of his great works in a theaters around.
This straight-to-TV movie probably served well as an acting class for the unknowns. The acting in this movie was so horrible it makes Sharknado look like Gone With the Wind! It was so bad, I think some of the "actors" weren't even professionals. I think it was more Ed Wood style where he let friends and contributors have parts in the movie. Really, really bad acting and bad movie with really, really bad acting. The plot wasn't horrible, but there was a lot of unnecessary pauses and scenes that could have/should have been cut. Actually, the entire movie should have been put on the shelf and left there until such time as one of the younger actors became famous enough that it would have embarrassment value.