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Steve W (kr) wrote: The Russian Specialist (aka The Mechanik) is a bare bones low budget action flick, with all the right moves. Dolph Lundgren plays Nick Cherenko, whose family is murdered by the crime boss Sasha. Cherenko goes on a rampage and kills many of Sasha's men, and shoots Sasha in the face.Years later, Nick is a mechanic and is hired by a rich woman to track down a kidnapped daughter. Sasha is the man who kidnapped her, and he is still alive. Worse still, if Cherenko refuses the people who want to hire him will leak his past to the authorities.The movie sags in the middle, but the finale is terrific. There is a swell gun battle in the heart of a small village, and we know Dolph Lundgren is going to survive no matter what. The movie then has lots of sidekicks that are vulnerable and may not make it, to up the suspense. The final kill is intense and full of emotion, and there is lots of squibs and old school visual effects.If you want a brief 90 minutes of tough old school action. The Russian Specialist is for you.
Mattias E (ca) wrote: Dante Lam comes up with two great characters in Aaron Kwok's straight-faced Y.T. and Eason Chan's jovial K.C., but fails to provide a story worthy their potential. The plot is simply too weak and incoherent as a vehicle for Kwok's and Chan's amusing bickering. Lam is a pretty slick director, I grant him that, and at it's best Heat Team playfully emulates some of the great cop-buddy movies from HK of the early nineties, only with a bit more sophisticated comedy. Which is fine by me since both Kwok and Chan are actors who don't necessarily need to resort to the mo lei tau of yore to get some laughs. With a more developed script and some real prolific bad guys instead of Huang Ping Yuan's and Carl Ng's cardboard-crooks this movie might have been great.
Russ B (us) wrote: 4/9/2016: Meh. Ok at best. Nothing all that great or memorable except Christensen's beauty.
phil b (gb) wrote: Weak story and weak execution. It's ok, but I won't watch it again.
Luis G (nl) wrote: It's good that it's still relevant. It's bad that it's still relevant.
Robert D (it) wrote: Simultaneously lame but interesting drama
Kris V (fr) wrote: Somewhat overlooked 70s exploitation about a gang of unlucky misfits that don't seem to get what they want after having kidnapped a young girl, while a weird mute child is the only one that is on to them, and the victim's father has an agenda of his own. While the end result is quite uneven, there is more story here than usual in this type of movies, and the grindhouse atmosphere and unexpectedly dark ending make this worth a watch.
Robert W (kr) wrote: Interesting flick of an Elmore Leonard story. Pretty straight-forward story involving racism, greed, and conflict.
Bradley P (de) wrote: Gate of Hell is gloriously colorful and well shot. The films themes of love and trust in an honorable society are somewhat critiqued which makes for an interesting concept and ending.
Shawn W (br) wrote: Horribly acted horror where a group of young adults go to an abandoned house near a cemetery to party on Halloween night only to conjure up demons. Nothing new to see here, best to move on and look elsewhere.
Michael T (ru) wrote: Effects-driven sci-fi is one big yawn from start to finish.
Jace N (ru) wrote: It was hilarious. But I honestly like the original a lot more! ~