Because of being tired of record industry executives, three members in a band decide take a local radio station hostage to play their demo and it makes many people know increasingly about them. Will they succeed? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Lone Rangers have heavy-metal dreams and a single demo tape they can't get anyone to play. The solution: Hijack an AM rock station and hold the deejays hostage until they agree to broadcast the band's tape.
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Hayden G (nl) wrote: Heartwarming, sweet, simple, and soulful.
bill s (gb) wrote: Lightweight offering that gives little insight into the characters in this movie.
Maryann F (ca) wrote: One of the most fucked up things you'll ever see but a great film if you make it past the first 20 minutes. If you want to be able to watch this film, watch the "Being Bubby" DVD Extra on YouTube because it will set you up for what to expect out of this film, as nothing else will.
Keenan S (ru) wrote: "HE'S A MERCENARY MAN! *cheesy saxophone music* HE'S A MERCENARY MAN!" I knew I was in for something special the moment I heard the gloriously cheesy opening song describing the main character of this low-grade late 80's crap-tastic action film.Laser Mission, while not particularly well known, is mostly shunned and scorned, and is often cited as the worst film of Brandon Lee's tragically short career. People only ever want to remember Brandon Lee for his legendary role in The Crow, while many fans of his want to keep this film buried and not want to talk about it.Make no mistake, The Crow is a superb action film, and Brandon Lee delivered an amazing performance. His death was a tragic loss for Hollywood because they lost one of the next greats who would have gone on to do many other great performances. His role in The Crow made me want to check out his other less-revered works. As much as I love a good serious film, I am also a die hard B-movie fanatic, especially when it comes to the action genre which has provided me with many gloriously bad films.My other experiences with his work have been Showdown In Little Tokyo and Rapid Fire (Sadly, his death prevented the making of Rapid Fire 2), both of which I also enjoyed and awarded 4-star ratings as well. Seeing The Crow, Showdown In Little Tokyo, and Rapid Fire made me even more curious to see his other films in his brief filmography. But, for whatever reason, I waited for quite some time before I obtained any of his other films. I was excited when I came across Laser Mission (Which was part of a 15-pack of action films), as I was already aware of its bad reputation and looking forward to glorious B-movie entertainment...and it sure delivered, as it is one of the greatest so-bad-it's-good films I've ever come across.The film focuses on a mercenary named Michael Gold, who is sent to Cuba to rescue a scientist who the Soviets want to build a deadly laser weapon using diamonds.Now he, along with a beautiful woman named Alissa, must rescue the scientist and kill a whole shitload of Soviets along the way to protect the world and put a stop to this developing weapon.The story is completely and utterly tacky in every way imaginable. There is never a single believable moment, but that's okay, because this film embraces its gloriously low-budget, poorly made aspects to the fullest degree by putting the characters in the most ridiculous of scenarios and finding new ways to destroy stuff in over the top ways.Brandon Lee was a great actor, but don't expect anything on par with his performance in The Crow. No, here he seems to be fully aware of how stupid and terrible this film is, and delivers a very cheesy performance, but thanks to his charisma as an actor he makes his character a lot of fun to watch. The other actors are also pretty cheesy, especially the actors who try to deliver hokey Spanish accents, which made the acting a real hoot at times. Though the acting as a whole is admittedly bad, the actors are having too good a time and delivering such campy performances that it became impossible for me to really ding their acting abilities because I had a lot of fun too.The action is awesome in the best bad ways. There are car chases, gun battles galore, explosions, martial arts battles, cheesy romance, a cheesy sex scene, sci-fi hokum, ridiculous villains, over the top and hilarious humor, and so much more. The action scenes were always exciting and seemed to be constantly trying to find ways to up the ante in their stupidity. It's a B-movie lover's dream come true when it comes to bad action flicks.I in no way have shame in awarding Laser Mission 4/5 stars. It's a gloriously stupid, fun, wacky, and ridiculously entertaining romp from start to finish. If you are a B-movie lover, there's plenty to love in Laser Mission.
Jake M (br) wrote: A vast improvement over the original, but even that's not saying much. A fun, horror-comedy tone, plenty of kills, lots of homages (loved the Freddy/Jason/Leatherface scene). But like its predecessor and the 2003/08 sequel, it just feels totally unfinished. Its like "we hit the 80 minute mark, that's a wrap!". The original felt like a tonally challenged EC comic, this one feels like a sendup of 80s horror without the quirk. Pamela Springstein gives a decent performance too. For hardcore genre fanboys only... and even then it's pretty meh.
Ray W (ca) wrote: Was enjoyable. Didn't expect things of the movie that it for sure wasn't going to deliver, was fun.
Joes C (mx) wrote: one of those films that feels like you watched 3 films in 1 setting . picaresque tale of a horny man. a man horny for the truth!! down with facism (this time in form of gangstas), up with woman's lib, A Classico!
Michael R (it) wrote: Perfect in every way. Not only is Daniel Craig one of the greatest versions of James Bond, Casino Royale might even be the best James Bond film we've ever been given. James Bond hasn't truly felt this organic and real since Goldfinger. Simply spectacular.
Jason L (ca) wrote: Exactly the way a film of this kind should be, simple but tense, easy to understand but still profound and unforgettable. Spencer Tracy effortlessly plays the "one-armed-man" John J. Macreedy who causes a lot of tension when he steps off a train into a small town that is troubled by a recent tragedy. Their tension turns to hatred and violence as they learn that Macreedy is investigating the town's darkest secret.This movie is more tense than suspenseful. You can feel the hatred and guilt each time Macreedy walks into a room. As the mystery unravels, the movie's message really comes through, one that may not be timeless, but is still compelling.Enjoy this one for the brilliant acting from Tracy and other stars such as Robert Ryan, Lee Marvin, Walter Brennan, and Ernest Borgnine, as well as the simply told profound story of how some people will do anything to cover up their crimes, even if it means committing more.
Jacob M (br) wrote: The trend of these films getting better and better continues. I love the direction that this franchise is going. The new addition of Rebecca Ferguson is a perfect fit. She adds the badass female element that the previous films lacked. She is a believable physical and mental threat to her opposition that the audience can buy. The Syndicate is a great villainous opposition to the spy team now lead by Alec Baldwin. The direction of Christopher McQarrie is impeccable. The next film is highly anticipated.