A zombie kept in hiding by his niece and nephew suddenly becomes famous when the world discovers he can talk and reason as though he were alive. As his popularity grows, he is discovered by... See full summary »
John A. Russo
Matt and Kate buy an isolated house. While moving, they discover a strange room that grants them an unlimited number of material wishes. But, since Kate has had two miscarriages, what they miss the most is a child.
A federal task force operation is protecting a witness, Nick Murch, who is due to testify against a powerful crime lord Ezekiel Mannings. At the safe house, a courier rings a bell to deliver a package which is then revealed to be something that jeopardize the operation. And when someone tries to kill her during the package drop, she devoted herself to save Nick and make sure he finishes what he is ought to do.Written by
The "Il dolce suono" ("The Sweet Sound") opera song was famously used in Gary Oldman's 1997 hit, The Fifth Element, as well as the house arrest scene in The Courier. See more »
A character is shot in the leg by a sniper who is purportedly using a .51-calibre rifle - the character doesn't even fall down, instead limping off to bind the wound. A hit with a round that size in the meat of one's thigh would effectively blow the leg off - shattered bone, disrupted blood vessels, etc. See more »
Everyone's daily, nothing special, not bad , just average. That's supermarket shopping and that in my opinion is where this film sits on the cinematic spectrum.
The Courier is a no frills, get the job done, action flick. Reasonable pacing, alright action, utterly implausible story, where skinny ex model turned martial arts chick, deals to huge, scary, tattooed men.
If you come to this one with these factors in mind, its not bad for a starter film in the evening. Perhaps over a beer or two.
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