World is a safe place for humans because they are the most deadly creature on this planet how ever some times even humans been hunted by any one else. Some people have turn on as a well trained killers for them what we called on as assassin. They can Be devastating at times. At any moment they will attacked and with out leaving any clue of murder. How people are going to deal with these kind of danger in the future. Ninja Assassin (2009) movie was based around this particular fact and it was well composed the life of a killer and some of the innocents tries to over come this huge task bulleting around their life’s. This was a fine make of action adventure movie and most of the fans will found it more interesting already.
Marshall arts are the most feared and loved motion in the movie and It does appears with most of the scene in the Ninja Assassin movie .it was not all that hear braking action from the word go but still it was very creatively developed story melted with action. Lot of declarations made with it and it was one of the movies going deep down with humanity with the percent of Ninja Assassin. Action movies are popular all over the world and it was a huge task to made a such action movie. for that you need to have good talented team and hire in the movie Ninja Assassin (2009) director have got Rain to be complete what ever the task he made on. With the kind of action Rain got to provide for the movie it was hundred percent given and it was one of the time balanced complex of movies.
Hire in the movie Ninja Assassin (2009) it was the life of an orphan mistaken the meaning of life and turn in to a serious killer. Ozunu Clan is the person raced him and he killed one of the friends of Raizo who turn on to be the most deadly assassin in the world. What will Raizo do will he hang around as a ninja, no way he turned his back on the culture of ninja and seeking the revenge of his friends death. He was to kill with out a trace. Mika Coretti is looking for clues of his murders because at the time been world were threatened by this man. But when she was captures by the Ozunu it was only Raizo is there to save her and will It cost him more. This movie was making wonderful drama and whiles some of the eye watering action took place.
Ninja Assassin (2009) movie was directed by James McTeigue and he was ever too pleased with the movie production so far. V for Vendetta (2006) was one of his previous directions. Rick Yune, Naomie Harris, Ben Miles joins in the action with Rain. It was so impressed movie and well produced with Joel Silver, Larry Wachowski and Andy Wachowski. Any ninja want be underrated by this movie and it was the art of fine balance comes to make a better hot action movie to be released on November 25th, 2009. Don’t miss this action movie.
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Believe it or not, Ellen Ripley – a.k.a. Sigourney Weaver – has been voted the No. 1 action hero of all time!
Yeah, I believe it. She rocked in the “Alien” movies, and that’s a pretty awesome achievement when you consider that she beat out Arnold Schwarzenegger (2nd place), and Sylvester Stallone and Chuck Norris (tied for third place) in a poll conducted by British cable channel Sky Movies.
Matt Damon, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Bruce Willis and Steven Seagal also made it into the top 10. Each star was judged on five categories: weapons, one-liners, kill count, creative ass kicking and sex appeal.
But Sigourney was the only female on the list, which is impressive. Seems like Angelina Jolie should have been in there somewhere for “Lara Croft,” “Wanted,” and the other action flicks she’s made.
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|Movie: Quantum of Solace * trailer||In Theaters: 1/14/08; On DVD: 3/24/09|
|Runtime: 106 minutes||Directed by: Marc Forster|
|MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action, and some sexual content||Gecko Rating:|
This is Daniel Craig’s second installment of the James Bond franchise, and this time, it’s personal. The story picks up where “Casino Royale” left off, with Bond seeking revenge on the people responsible for the death of his love Vesper.
The search leads him straight to a wealthy entrepreneur named Dominic Greene (Mathieu Amalric), who’s part of an international crime syndicate out to manipulate the economy and gain control. Along the way, Bond gets some help from Bolivian Secret Service agent Camille (Olga Kurylenko) and CIA buddy Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright). And, of course, M (Judi Dench) is at times stern and at times like a mother hen.
Though some fans aren’t on board with Daniel Craig as the super spy agent, I immediately became a fan with “Casino Royale.” Sure, he’s not as smooth and suave as some of the other Bonds, but his brooding character lends a fresh take to the franchise.
Plus, he’s “real.” He’s a rough and tumble guy who chases bad guys like nobody’s business, doesn’t shirk from wild stunts (involving cars, feet, planes, boats and motorcycles – it’s all covered in this movie), and bleeds real blood. Nor does he shirk from romance. In this movie, he hops into bed with red-headed MI6 babe Strawberry Fields (Gemma Arterton).
Like any good Bond film, this one has plenty of action, pithy one-liners, and, as mentioned, chase scenes. But expect to be astounded by how these folks can get up and walk away after some of their back-breaking fight scenes. And sadly, the signature Aston Martin gets trashed in the first scene!
When I heard that Jack White and Alicia Keys would be singing the movie’s theme, “Another Way to Die” (check out their video here), I wasn’t too sure about it. But it plays over the opening credits and works really well.
Though a bit long – most of the audience got a little fidgety in the middle – this movie is a great addition to the Bond family, and I’ll look forward to the next one.
Disc One: Extras include the movie’s two theatrical trailers, as well as a music video for the film’s title song, “Another Way to Die.”
Disc Two: Extras include making-of featurettes that total about 40 minutes: “Bond on Location,” “Start of Shooting,” “On Location,” Olga Kurylenko and the Boat Chase,” and “Director Marc Forster.” Basically, it’s a lot of clips from the movie accompanied by various people talking about how it was made. There’s also a “Crew Files,” which includes behind-the-scenes clips with various crewmembers talking about their role in the film. I wouldn’t call the Special Features awesome, but they’re interesting.
NOTE TO PARENTS: This movie includes a few passionate kisses and a scene with Bond and a woman in bed after having sex. The storyline includes non-stop action, including knife fights, gun fights, fist fights, and chase scenes involving cars, boats, planes, and motorcycles. A woman is tortured off camera in a cruel manner, and dozens of characters die in explosions or shootouts. Language is relatively mild, including “sh*t and “bastard.”
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An artificial heart, a race through the city, and some jumper cables set the stage for this manic sequel to “Crank.”
“Crank: High Voltage” stars Jason Statham as Chelios, a guy whose nearly indestructible heart is stolen by a Chinese mobster. But at least he didn’t leave him high and dry. Chelios’ heart is replaced with a battery-powered model that requires regular jolts of electricity to keep it going. I just wonder if he’ll have to have sex with Amy Smart in a public square, like he did in the first movie. This ones hits theaters April 17, 2009.