The Power of Few

The Power of Few

DVD - 2013
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Revolves around an enigmatic smuggling ring's efforts to steal a priceless artifact and unfolds through the unique perspective of five characters, and shows how the choices of a single person can affect the outcome of things in a world where everything is interconnected.
Publisher: Universal City, Calif. : Distributed by Vivendi Entertainment, [2013]
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (96 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in


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Apr 02, 2015

Anthony Anderson is great he plays role well. The whole film has a canny twist. Worth watching All star cast! love the young girl!

Jul 18, 2014

Dull and disjointed. Unwatchable.

Mar 12, 2014

You start watching this movie, you are bored out of your wits, so you start fast forwarding it, waiting for it to get better. No such luck. Another 10 minutes wasted out of your life...

Feb 19, 2014

This flick has a depressing look and seems like it tries to be artistic and profound, but it fails. It's point is like It not new, Capra's "Wonderful Life" movie did it with lots of joy. "Few" lacks the interest and delight, and it could do without the McGuffin {the box} and the intersecting-stories gimmick we've seen before. I just couldn't wait till it ended.

Sep 20, 2013

Fast paced story that involved five diverse sets of characters who crossed paths with each other one day in New Orleans. There were two outcome told, one mundane about a high profile religious artifact theft and the other Armageddon. Difference was the change of a single event due to one character's hesitation ... call it butterfly effect or karma. (No caption for hearing impaired. So pay attention.)

Aug 22, 2013

Now THIS is a movie ! I came away from this film with the feeling that I had just watched a new favorite of mine for the first time. An all-star cast combined with a roller-coaster ride of drama and adrenaline becomes catipulted into the realm of success as the director marvelously weaves multiple storylines together with cunning precision. The ending is certainly a mind-blower and the message of this movie is remarkably profound. This may just be the best film I've ever watched. Yes, the BEST.


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