Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever (2002) 720p

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Action | Crime
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
91 min
IMDB Rating:
3.7 / 10 
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Directors: Wych Kaosayananda [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Jonathan Ecks, an FBI agent, realizes that he must join with his lifelong enemy, Agent Sever, a rogue DIA agent with whom he is in mortal combat, in order to defeat a common enemy. That enemy has developed a "micro-device" that can be injected into victims in order to kill them at will.


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" "I had no idea what was going on. I just showed up, did what they told me and that was it",

...says Lucy Liu about her role in this film. When one of your two leads is willing to say, on the record, that they haven't got a clue what the film in which they are starring is about or the motivation of their character is, you know you are in trouble.

Ultimately, this film's big sin is that it is so incoherent and completely lacking in motivation for the characters or backstory that it is boring. And cool slow motion flips through the air Matrix style and explosions - lots of them - are not going to change that. I have no idea what the background is between the two adversaries, no idea what makes the bad guy a villain, and no idea how they can spin this into a warm family drama, which they attempt to do at the end, I am just supposed to forget about all of those charred bodies left behind in Vancouver.

The director of this film goes by "Kaos". And somebody actually let him direct another film after this bomb. Granted, it was ten years later, but he got a second chance. I guess I could say to look at the video game of the same name for some guidance concerning the plot, but it is nothing like this film. Except for all of the loud noises, recommended as a substitute for Sominex.

The battle beyond our world

I think that this movie has really great action scenes and special effects. Here we have to include Liu, who looks really outstanding and hot. I can't say that this creation offers something that we haven't seen before, but I think that effect isn't so bad. The gallery of extraordinary fighting scenes, secret tasks of the outcast national security agencies and stunning appearance of Liu and Sotto makes this fiction world of secret agents worth seeing. Everything in this movie looks like some superhero battle between the ex FBI agent Banderas and brutal DEA rogue Liu, but the truth is that i feel relaxed and really amused by watching this kind of movies. There is no something that we can call the real acting, but on the bottom of line, I can say that I really got fun watching this movie

Blast from the past

I saw this when it was first released on home video, I do not remember much of the movie, but I know I saw it because I like both Banderas and Liu. I do remember enjoying the movie. Clearly though,since I have never bothered to watch it since, it was not an Earth shattering experience. I am sure that most of my enjoyment came from the fact that I was still in my 20s and a fast paced action flick was all I needed to be entertained.
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