It had misled me into thinking that there should be a reasonable amount of action.
And the U.
Watch this if you have nothing better to do.
I found the characters to be more interesting than similar movies that have come out from Hollywood in the last two years.
Clearly this film has been on the shelf for a reason and I can only imagine the putrid stench that shelf now has.
probably best to wait for DVD release if you cant make your mind up but honestly with some rating and rantings on here nowadays i really am starting to ignore them and judge myself as i have nearly missed a few little gems by going on this sites ratings and recommendations May contain spoilers, however, I only will speak in generalities, I will try not to ruin the punchlines.
I was hoping he would have matured by now.
Seen these before? Its opening very suspenseful and keeps the action going throughout.
|A BIG HULKING guard at the casino growls "No Mobiles in Casino" so the guy comes back in with a SCREAMINGLY bright blue earplug in ONE ear? It was like the movie was a muddled mess and they hurried to get it over with at the end||All that said, I was highly entertained by the first part of this movie and totally disappointed from just before the mid-point on|
|It seems ever character has exactly one attribute that defines him or her||By far the worst movie I've seen in a while|
|release since "Eagle Eye" is probably still in everyone's mind and the miscasting of actors for the most important roles didn't help either||Trust me, I feel your pain|
|Which makes the movie just unbearable as it goes along||The locations were interesting, the filming was OK|
|It's the same as comparing "Equilibrium" to "The Matrix"||The main character has a ridiculous way of speaking and an annoyingly high voice|
|Echelon was Sneaky, Vicious and Manipulative||People who like Eagle Eye and cannot get enough of the story, should catch this|
|This B-grade garbage delivers all three||Soon, Max crosses paths with undercover agents like John Edward Burns and upsets other spies like Ving Rhames and Martin Sheen|