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Dangerous Mission torrent reviews
Phil D (br) wrote: Very good wrong turn franchise back to form
Geoffrey W (gb) wrote: Not sure why this is not a more highly rated move. I thought this was great. I mostly love war movies and the like, but this was a very good movie, in my view.
Manda M (jp) wrote: This is one of the best movies I have seen in a while.
Vance B (es) wrote: Good look into the personal side of a presidential campaign. My only wish is that it could have also shown us some of the strategies behind certain decisions and missteps. For example: Lots of talk about how rivals portray Romney as a flip-flopper, but not much information on where it began. Future generations who didn't grow up watching the actual campaign would be confused by these information gaps.
Carlos Z (de) wrote: Fascinating movie about the unification of the Arabian peninsula and the introduction of oil.
Ram Prasad V (ca) wrote: Brilliant example of a noir. With the classic femme fatale and the twists every now and then in the flick makes it a must watch. Explosive performances,, wonderful dialogues and lyrics makes this one of the memorarable film off late in Hindi cinema. Gets better in multiple viewings
Cornell W (jp) wrote: They could have cut a good 20 minutes out of this movie.
Savanna B (nl) wrote: Ryan Reynolds was great in this movie. Overall, not a terrible movie. Worth a one time watch.
Carlos I (au) wrote: Interesting to look into one of the wildest parties ever. But overall it's plodding and just to by the numbers drama about excess...
Marischa B (ru) wrote: While impressed by the elaborate make-up, prosthetic, and robotics special effects, I personally saw very little likable or entertaining about this movie. Imagine one of the more disgusting "Ren and Stimpy" episodes brought to life with actors in huge, oozing, monster costumes and you've basically summed up the look and feel of this movie. While the numerous cameos -including Mr. T, Keanu Reeves, and others- are also interesting, the plot and acting are abysmal, intentionally to a certain extent.The plot involves an evil and corrupt big business outfit, "The Everything But Shoes Corporation", which has developed a green slime (in movies the toxic sludge is always green) capable of turning humans into hideous freaks with incredible powers. Enter a freak show operator (Randy Quaid) with grandiose plans for the usage of said mutagen goo. Using the stuff on several innocent bystanders he hopes to create an army of side-show freaks, although weather these freaks are intended to be the first stage of an army, or just new entertainment for Randy Quaid's carnival, is never made completely clear. The incredibly made-up freaks by the way, are almost certainly an homage to the art of "Big Daddy" Roth and his "Rat Fink" creation.As stated above, both the special effects and the gross-out factor are impressively high, and form the most memorable aspect of the film. While nothing in the film is so horrific as to keep viewers awake at night, watching ultra-gross cartoon action reproduced using live actors (and in one case a child actor), will leave many viewers feeling disgusted and used.The only truly horrific portion of the film is the dialog. The writers intentionally "camped-up" the script, including every possible means by which they could remind the audience not to take this seriously. And while this makes the graphic cartoon mutations easier to watch, it also makes much of the film actually painful to listen to. Dozens, if not hundreds of visual or verbal one-liner jokes litter the film, unfortunately not one of the jokes I saw was genuinely funny. Most scenes involved so much exaggerated flatulence and body humor that the "jokes" evoked the same reaction in me as seeing bloody car wrecks.Finally, despite the numerous well-known actors, and the two or three genuinely good actors, involved, everyone is intentionally acting as badly as they can. Imagine a group of third graders, hyped up on sugar while they try their best to put on a school play, and you'll understand the acting method the director demanded for this film.All in all, if you like truly bad movies that don't bore you to death, this film may well be worth one or more viewings. And if you liked Peter Jackson's "Meet the Feebles", this film is definitely for you. But if your not a B-movie fan, or if your a partial B-movie fan who only catches an episode of "Myestery Science Theater 3000" every now and then, this film will only leave you feeling cold and empty.
Kelsey F (br) wrote: I'm not sure why people dislike this movie so much. Of course it doesn't compare to the first, but it is still an entertaining movie.The songs are very catchy and I like the humor.
King M (ca) wrote: ...the Stigwood company had no bloody idea how to handle a punk rock movie, but Robin Johnson is kineticism personified...
Katie R (nl) wrote: It's nice to see a more bittersweet romance come out of the classic era.
Sgt C (ca) wrote: (13%)One of Mr Cage's worst ever. The plot/script is terrible complete with one of the worst romantic sub-plots ever put to film that at first enlivens the movie from total boredom before being dropped like a old wet sack. The action is like something a direct to video movie directer would think twice about putting into the final cut and it is a real wonder how this ever made it into cinemas in the first place. Give it a miss.
Scott C (ca) wrote: This movie is anything but a joke, especially when you get to the part where one man from the Southern U.S. talks about being threatened at gunpoint for loving 'My Little Pony'.
Michael W (gb) wrote: This movie is a mixed bag: Go see it if you want to watch Arnie shed lawless violence with big swords. Definitely listen to the Basil Polodouris soundtrack, as it is the best part of the movie. Plotting is uneven, 90% dialogue is unimportant, and characterization almost non-existent. Also, lots of small boobs and spilled blood in a world of no right and wrong. Watch for Arnie, or watch not.
Zack M (au) wrote: One of my guilty pleasure movies