Excessive Force II: Force on Force
Stacie Randall plays Harley, a Special Forces agent-turned-investigator, who arrives on the scene of an apparent mob hit to help the local police. In actuality, she's hunting down Francis Lydell, her former C.O. and lover, who shot her in the head when she turned down his offer to become part of the freelance assassination squad he was forming. Ignoring the need for surgery to remove the bullet fragment which still causes her to have occasional bouts of disorientation, she continues her quest to bring down Lydell before he has the chance to kill a Mafia informant being held at the police station. Written by Chris Holland
- Stars:Mandingo Warrior, Bradford Tatum, David Hugghins, Rick Tyler Barnes, Michael Wiseman, Dan Gauthier, Henry Brown, John Sanderford, Jay Patterson, Stacie Randall, Cyril O'Reilly, Anthony T. Pennello, Anthony Paul, James Lew, Ray Colbert,
- Director:Jonathan Winfrey,
- Writer:Mark Sevi
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(ca) wrote: It is sad to see a talented actor like Will Smith wasted in such an idiotic romantic comedy - a movie that is silly and implausible, full of clichs, ridiculous situations, unfunny gags, painful dialogue and with an extremely corny and embarrassing ending.
(ca) wrote: estas toda la pelicula creyendo algo q no es..q tecata..
(kr) wrote: Holyshitfuck. I have seen a great many terrible movies in my life, but this one surely ranks in the bottom 100. I caught myself laughing once, and then blanched in horror that I was succumbing to the stupid. Oh jeeze. This was like Galaxyquest as remade by the makers of Manos the Hands of Fate. Ouch.
(es) wrote: The Leprechaun is a long way from the green grass of home in space. A military unit finds an injured alien princess the Leprechaun plans to marry to gain her father's riches. Would have liked a longer version of "Danny Boy" from the Leprechaun.
(ca) wrote: A decent and entertaining movie, especially for those who grew up in the 80s and/or are fans of 80s movies. If you liked similar movies- Sixteen Candles, et al.,- then you'll like this one as well. It won't blow you away, but it will entertain you. The little brother Buddy steals the show..
(fr) wrote: Well made in all areas except one, it's not scary... except for the lake scene. Jerry Goldsmith's score is still in top form and Jon Scott-Taylor is a good Damien.
(it) wrote: When I worked at a Rogers Video store in the late 80's, I saw this sitting on the shelf and thought "Hey, I bet this'll be good for a laugh!". I never forgot how wrong I was that day. NO RATING
(it) wrote: Bad B movie, but it's still John Wayne.
(jp) wrote: OverviewIn this white savior narrative, an idealistic American woman shows the talents of the indigenous kids of Australia by having them do Hamlet.Review (with Spoilers)I don't recall seeing Christina Ricci's face since when she was on The Good Wife and Pan Am back in 2012, so it's nice to see, two years later, she is still working. Though with this being your usual white Savior type film, it does make you wonder if this was really that good of a choice for her. Well, read below to find out.Characters & StoryDino (Christina Ricci) has just recently returned to Austrailia, after going to college there, due to her boyfriend Simon (Daniel Henshall). But, just because she may have moved to a different country for a man, don't think she doesn't have aspirations. Dino seems very into videography, and has a background just right for a local school, which mostly caters to indigenous kids, that is on its last leg.Enter Liam (Hunter Page-Lochard) who plays the poor, unfortunate student of which Dino focuses on. Liam lives with his mother and brother Steve (Mark Coles Smith), and his father is in jail. Though with how Steve is steering his life, and tries to steer Liam's, it seems eventually his mother maybe living in their home alone. But Dino tries to prevent this by getting Liam involved in her Hamlet production. However, with Steve wanting to pursue revenge for his uncle's death, and wanting Liam to help, will Dino get to save this one kid or will he fall through the cracks?PraiseHonestly, when I was writing this I placed what is in the criticism as praise. But, thinking about it, honestly with every bit of praise I can fathom comes some form of disappointment. So while it is nice that Liam and Dino got some slightly developed stories, at the end of the day the film sort of ignores what would make two great movies on their own and sadly combines them.CriticismFor those of you who watch Orange is the New Black, like that show this movie has characters which are, for a lack of a better term, people of color who are far more interesting than the white lead. Liam, for example, has quite a rich story that I wish was more focused on. For between the relationship he has with his family; his friendships, which are sadly unexplored; and this romance he has with Williemai (Madeline Madden), you can see a lot of what could have made the story a bit more compelling was traded in so that Ricci's character maintained dominance.And while it may sound like I'm implying Dino wasn't interesting, the truth of the matter is that I just felt that with the potential Dino and Liam's story had, mixing the two was just a waste for both of them. For Dino has had quite a life herself. Between her dad's suicide, lesbian affairs, and her being closeted, I feel like neither Liam nor Dino got justice for their stories for it was watered down into a white savior film.Overall: TV ViewingThis is the type of film which simply has wasted potential. It has two perfectly good stories, both which warrant their own film, but in order to fit the mold of a white savior film both stories get diluted and end up ultimately disappointing. But, even with that said, the pieces we are given are interesting enough to warranting seeing this. So, this is being labeled as TV Viewing.