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Genres:
Biography | Crime
Resolution:
1280*534
Size:
1.12G
Quality:
720p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
135 min
IMDB Rating:
6.2 / 10 
MPR:
R
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Directors: Daniel Roby [Director] ,


Movie Description:
Ex heroin junkie, Daniel Léger, gets involved in a drug deal with the wrong people for the wrong reasons. When the deal goes sour, Daniel gets thrown into a Thai prison and slapped with a 100-year sentence. While he tries to survive his Bangkok incarceration, the news of his conviction captures the attention of Globe and Mail journalist Victor Malarek, who decides to go after the shady undercover cops responsible for wrongly accusing Daniel.

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Reviews

very good drama 9/10

I dont understand the 6 which is really an average rating, deserves much better without a doubt.

thrilling drama with a lot of surprises and unexpected things happening, keeps you focused on the story all the time, never boring or slow.

so scary that it is a true story...

must watch 9/10

Interesting...

"Target Number One" is a Biography - Thriller movie in which we watch a Canadian journalist trying to find out the truth behind the arrest of a Canadian man in Thailand. Everything seems very strange since his arrest happened in a very weird situation and under circumstances that cannot being explained by the authorities.

I liked this movie because it is inspired by true events, it had a nice, simple and interesting plot that is combined very well with a nice direction which was made by Daniel Roby who is also the writer. Regarding the interpretations of the cast, Antoine Olivier Pilon who played as Daniel Léger was very good and his interpretation was simply amazing, Josh Hartnett who played as Victor Malarek was equally good and Jim Gaffigan who played as Glen Picker was also good. Finally, I believe that "Target Number One" is a nice thriller movie with much of suspense that you will keep you in tense through the whole duration of it and I am sure that you will like it.

Pretty Good. Not confusing.

It isn't confusing at all if you've ever watched another non linear movie or pay attention to character names so you can understand that Daniel isn't actually in two countries at once.
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