Day of the Warrior

Day of the Warrior

The Legion to Ensure Total Harmony and Law (L.E.T.H.A.L.), is tracking a criminal mastermind known only as The Warrior. While investigating his combination diamond smuggling/art theft/porn production industry, the agents discover that he has cracked their secret database and has stolen the files on all of their agents. With the help of their martial arts intructor Fu, agents Tiger, Willow and Cobra take on the case while also taking every opportunity to remove their bikini tops.

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Mohammad A (mx) wrote: A time wasting movie which deliver a wrong information about the 1971 Freedom War between Bangladesh and Pakistan.

Kisaan T (au) wrote: A biggest cliche and the poor mixture of Classic Hollywood Sci-fi and Bollywood Love, from the kind of a person may does not know the meaning of cliche. Hard to review.

Marina P (de) wrote: Humor stil, um filme para ver mais de uma vez e que prope mltiplas interpretaes...A minha foi: pensar porque algumas pessoas veem a mudana que a vida trs e a aceita e outras a ignoram completamente.

justin l (ca) wrote: just read the title add an A in there ... that would suck

Bill B (mx) wrote: This was a charming little film that I was pleased to cross off the Netfux rental list after it was on there for ages. We follow the hi-jinx of a multi-generational Japanese family as they navigate their daily lives and I found the whole thing to be a lot of fun and something I might return to one day in the future, maybe even see what the wife thinks of it.Well worth a rental.

Harry W (au) wrote: Admittedly, the only reason I watched Billy Bathgate was to see a pre-plastic surgery Nicole Kidman appeal nude, but also I'm a fan of Dustin Hoffman and Bruce Willis and so a pairing of them on screen in a gangster biopic seemed like a thing to check out.The first thing that becomes apparent in Billy Bathgate is how it consists of a strong film style to it which combines elements of classical gangster films, namely the costumes and setting, with other qualities derivative of modern crime films in terms of strong cinematography and lighting, making it a uniquely styled gangster movie.And it's a well acted film too, with a talented cast giving what they can to it.Loren Dean is good in the titular role as Billy Bathgate, and despite looking a bit old to be the 15 year old he's playing, Loren Dean conveys his character's strong sense of responsibility and understanding of stoic behaviour amidst getting involved in the world of crime merely as a means to earn a name and some money. Although the film doesn't build a strong character for him, Loren Dean brings a quality of his own to the role of Billy Bathgate. A certain implied vulnerability and simplicity that I think are appropriate and right for the role.Although his conveying of confidence could have been better, Dustin Hoffman's performance as Arthur "Dutch Schultz" Flegenheimer is good. The film doesn't build him a character strong enough to powerfully portray the infamous gangster and he takes a backseat to the emphasis on Billy Bathgate himself, but Dustin Hoffman works with poor material and does above bare minimum to pass.Bruce Willis also was rich with emotional intensity in his performance as Bo Weinberg, using tenacity and strong dramatisation to make the audience sympathise with him.Lastly, Nicole Kidman worked strongly early on in her career, serving as the symbol of seduction into the world of crime through voice articulation, and the aforementioned nudity. Her chemistry with Loren Dean is constantly interesting, and is the main thing worth following in the story to find out what happens.But despite the cast and style of the film, Billy Bathgate is no success. The main problem with Billy Bathgate was how bland it is. Like, the story was supposed to be interesting, but whatever the dynamics were didn't get thoroughly covered in the script and were essentially implied in the story, much to the viewer's chagrin. The strength of the storytelling in Billy Bathgate is very vague and Robert Benton supplies no real direction to the story, leaving it without strength or any formidable storytelling initiative, rendering Billy Bathgate nothing more than a bunch of attractive people in costumes getting into senseless dramatic dynamics which seem to be relevant to the story but are actually causing the plot line to deviate away from the importance in the life of the gangster chronicled in this semi-biopic. It's approach to the story follows his protege Billy Bathgate through his various experiences but fails to give meaning to them making it a tedious form of storytelling without depth into either of the involved topics. Im assuming there was more importance in the novel, but Tom Stoppard deviated from it so far that novel writer E.L. Doctorow distanced himself from the project. It's safe to assume this is an unfaithful and failed adaptation.Frankly, Billy Bathgate isn't much of a gangster film at all, because its more of a coming-of-age story about a young boy becoming involved in a life of crime without giving a second thought as to why or what is occurring. Essentially, Billy Bathgate isn't much more than eye candy. Big budget eye candy. And it's candy with a taste that isn't that memorable, save from Nicole Kidman's suave nudity in it. But a $48 Million film can't be saved by a naked Australian woman alone, and a loss of over $32 Million should prove that to Robert Benton. He would have had more luck if he told an interesting story, but instead he shifted all his focus into the wrong end of the barrel.

Magi J (nl) wrote: corrr,perry is sooooooo sexyyyyyyy

Stuart K (it) wrote: After Peter Sellers died in 1980, it seemed the Pink Panther films were over, but while making Victor/Victoria (1982), Blake Edwards was asked to do more by MGM/UA. He was reluctant at first, but he soon found a way for Sellers to appear as Inspector Clouseau one last time, using deleted scenes from The Pink Panther Strikes Again (1976), while the deleted footage is good, it soon becomes a clip show, which undermines it. When the Pink Panther diamond is stolen from the kingdom of Lugash yet again, Inspector Jacques Clouseau (Sellers) is once again asked to go and find it, Chief Inspector Dreyfus (Herbert Lom) is being driven insane by Clouseau, and is pleased to have him out of the way. Clouseau is on his way to London as he believes Sir Charles Lytton (David Niven) has stolen it, while on his way to Lugash afterwards, his plane crashes en route, everyone is believed killed. French TV reporter Marie Jouvet (Joanna Lumley), begins interviewing people who knew him, including Lytton, Dreyfus, gangster Bruno Langlois (Robert Loggia) and Clouseau's father (Richard Mulligan), to find out what happened. After half an hour or so, they've run out of cut footage, so they resort to film clips from previous Pink Panther films to tell the rest of the story. It was intended to be a warm and heartfelt tribute to Sellers, but despite best intentions, you begin to wonder why did they bother, but there was more to come, as Edwards was making another one while doing this.

Starman V (nl) wrote: as the synopsis said, this is a bit like watching breathless for the first time. music and cinematography, as well as the the characters were so stylish and cool.

David S (kr) wrote: Not one of the better Dracula films. This film had me a bit antsy to be over with. Performances were stale (even the incredible Lon Chaney Jr. was a bust as Count Dracula). Chaney is usually amazing, but this performance did nothing for his persona as monster movie legend. Son of Dracula wasn't a terrible movie, but not really worth watching either. It's just an average film.

Troy A (br) wrote: Really decent cop drama about two crooked cops who's lives come crumbling down when they kill an undercover DEA agent. This was Tupac's last film.