When a troupe of sexy gymnasts are kidnapped and taken to the title island by a vengeful drug cartel, it's up to commando leader Mike McBride (Hulk Hogan) to rescue them. The excitement in this fast-paced actioner begins when McBride and the Navy SEALS he commands are assigned to capture a drug lord in his country. During the operation, one of McBride's men betrays him and McBride is nearly killed. Still, he, fellow SEAL Leroy (Carl Weathers) and buxom drug-enforcement officer Ashley (Shannon Tweed) manage to complete their mission. McBride and company then set off for vengeance against the traitor, who in turn retaliates by kidnapping a team of gymnasts and taking them to his impregnable lair on a remote Caribbean island.
Writer:Michael Berk (story), Douglas Schwartz (story), Calvin Clements Jr. (story), Steven McKay (story), Calvin Clements Jr.
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Julian F (us) wrote: I ain't a fan of hockey.... Movie was awesome!!!
Brian C (it) wrote: Sigh...this series just keeps getting worse and worse. Nonsensical violence and macho b.s.
Claudette A (nl) wrote: A very strange movie. One of Stiller's more serious movies. I think he's better doing comedy.
Collin R (br) wrote: it really seems incomplete not much eventful happens aside from right in the beginning
Anthony B (ag) wrote: A weak adaption of such a classic book
Laura L (fr) wrote: While Kristen Bell is as charming as ever, this festering pile of turd is not.
Ken C (ru) wrote: It pretty loud and disturbing up to the point where it just gets annoying, but how can you go wrong with Peter Greene? He's one of the many underrated actors that doesn't get enough credit. The story is also pretty well written and it takes an unexpected turn at the end and makes te movie pretty sad. Good movie, and for the future if you ever watch it don't turn it off if it gets too loud or if you cant stand looking at the disturbing images any longer.
Henry R (fr) wrote: very good acting. it will keep your attention. well worth watching.
Lucie F (fr) wrote: Not bad, but I expected more from this movie directed by Sidney Lumet and starring Sean Connery and Dustin Hoffman.
Brody M (nl) wrote: Still makes me laugh just as much as it did when I was a little kid
Jake A (nl) wrote: Pretty decent, has its flaws but can't say I was bored at all. Any film that prominently features cars is always going to peak my interest and that gas station scene where Varla says "Right fender, Einstein" made me laugh. Music and score is also solid.
Hunter D (it) wrote: While this is marketed as another Val Lewton-produced horror opus, really this film is more of a historical flick dealing with a small and interesting subject, that subject being the treatment of the mentally handicapped in asylums during the 18th century, the so-called "Age of Reason" as the movie is quick to point out. Boris Karloff lends his gravitas towards the villain/antagonist of the piece, playing one of the best bad guys I've seen in a film in a long time. For a film made in 1946, this movie is also surprisingly subversive, especially given the assertive role the female lead is given in the film. This leads me to my problem with the film, in that I didn't find her to be all that likable, despite the fact that I liked the ideas behind her character. I also thought the ending was a bit weak, however there is still a lot to enjoy here.
Isaac L (es) wrote: I've always wondered who this film was made for. I guess as a kid I didn't get the whole cringey sexual humor thing, or the drunken reindeer thing. Now that I'm an adult however, I'm wondering why cringey sexual humor and drunken reindeer are funny.