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Den of Lions (2003)

R | | Action, Crime, Thriller | 2005 (France)
A Hungarian gypsy working for a Russian mobster becomes a double agent for the FBI.

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Mike Varga
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Darius Paskevic
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Katya Paskevic
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Rob Shepard
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Ferko Kurchina
József Gyabronka ...
Laszlo Juskus (as Jozsef Gyrbronka)
Andrew McCulloch ...
Gyuarka Kovacs
Tania Emery ...
Rita
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Grandpa Marcus
Attila Szatmari ...
Tomas Nazarov (as Attilla Szatmari)
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Anna Nazarova
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Nico (as Zita Gorog)
Nabil Massad ...
Haznl
Robert Willox ...
Yakov
Athina Papadimitriu ...
Aunt Bardi
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A Hungarian gypsy working for a Russian mobster becomes a double agent for the FBI.

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International Crime Deserves International Retribution. See more »

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Action | Crime | Thriller

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Rated R for violence, language and sexuality/nudity | See all certifications »
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Apostoli sti Voudapesti  »

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$6,000,000 (estimated)
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Bob Hoskins allegedly took the part after being offered 'the best catering in Hungary' during production. See more »

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Edited from Outside Ozona (1998) See more »

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You will spend the entire movie waiting for it to get good.
8 August 2007 | by (Texas) – See all my reviews

How this movie is earning a 4.9 I'll never know. It is boring and dull enough to where settings, recording quality and such really don't matter.

We were attracted to this movie because of the cast. Bob Hoskins, David O'Hara, Stephen Dorkk, and Ian Hart were all recognizable. However nothing ever feels like it melds, nothing really paces and all the characters just come across as uncomfortable. Except perhaps for O'Hara, he seems to have a good grasp on his role, and can be excused for perhaps turning in a lackluster effort...after all, it is very difficult to not be affected by having to share scenes with Dorkk.

So while there is no sign of Uwe Bohl directing (not nearly enough copious amounts of blood) nor any appearance of Wings Hauser (who probably would have fit well), this movie still sucks. Don't waste your time or money on it.


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