Dating the enemy dvd5
Those are the best characters: when you're able to envision character's background before the movie start, they exist beyond the movie.In fact, this movie takes place in a city in one night, which is a good thing for the action plot because everyone is constantly moving.However, on the other hand it makes things a little hard to keep up with this bunch of informations: cops, drug dealers, mob bosses, Liam Neeson and his son, his son's family and their relationship with him, his relationship with Ed Harris and last but not least an assassin is thrown in the middle of everything.This cool hit-man stars Common and it would be great to know more about his story rather than being thrown out there with his futuristic Google glasses (which were super cool by the way).
Two very different people whose relationship is nose diving to get the opportunity to experience life in their partners shoes when they wake up one morning in each others bodies.
At first, Liam Neeson is just a beaten drunk broken man and throughout the film you really start to care about this man who is hunted by some of the things he's done in his past; as well as his son and Ed Harris characters.
You really feel like they have a past, it feels like things have happened to them before; which shows a very well built story.
He also does not share any scenes with Batman, but shares a scene with Batman's most notable enemy, The Joker.
Joel Kinnaman's character shares scenes with the Batman villains, Deadshot, Harley Quinn, and Killer Croc.