A witness to a mob assassination flees for her life from town to town, switching identities, but cannot seem to elude Milo, the chief killer out to get her. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A witness to a mob assassination flees for her life from town to town, switching identities, but cannot seem to elude Milo, the chief killer out to get her.
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Neil G (gb) wrote: Good solid film sentiment is their but direction of the film is scatty and lost in its own layers you feel like it's never going to end
Li F (de) wrote: Lovely movie, well-made, strong acting, has a good anti-teen drinking message. Don't know why it went straight-to-dvd....
Cheewai L (es) wrote: A Venezuelan hostage drama set against the backdrop of social injustice. If you seek the usual Hollywood absolute good and bad, you don't find them here.
John H (us) wrote: What's worse than having Pauly Shore be the lead actor in a horribly unfunny comedy? Making child actors be the lead in a horribly unfunny Pauly Shore comedy! These kids have all the emotional range of a house cat. And oh yeah, there are ninjas... because ninjas are cool? If you want to see this movie, please donate your brain to science first.
Shaun B (es) wrote: Big fan of the Polish Bros. They are both good actors and good filmmakers. This film doesn't disappoint.
Christopher B (br) wrote: Really corny but enjoyable.
Alex R (jp) wrote: seriously this movie was so bad i think a fish can make a better movie
Andrew I (ru) wrote: Some arty direction and peculiar camera angles start this thriller off on a good footing, then come some amusing lines, a bit of intrigue, some classic cars and scenes of 1960s London. There's a scuffle in London Zoo which is moderately exciting, then it all gets a bit silly. The wrecking ball scene is quite exciting if totally unbelievable and by the time the final denouement comes with the Arab and the combine harvester(!), you'll probably be as glad as I was it was all finally over. 6.5/10
Brandon M (nl) wrote: What a bad horrible movie, must see!
Michael G (it) wrote: This not entirely satisfying Hammer film is pretty much solidifies the reason as to why you didn't see them making too many sci-fi movies. Dean Jagger plays an American scientist in Scotland, who with the army at his disposal must stop the radioactive version of The Blob. The story is nothing innovative or even particularly exciting but even Hammer's lesser efforts have some great murders, an awesome-looking monster and a great finale. And if you're lucky, some spectacular photography. Fortunately, X the Unknown has all of these things. It's just too bad there are those story parts inbetween.