Jeff Powers is the newest member of a very elite and very secret LAPD division. Their mission is to target important criminals and to get them to stop. Police brutality is not a known term for the division and they will stop at nothing to get the job done, even if it means murder.
- Stars:Lou Diamond Phillips, Scott Glenn, Chelsea Field, Yaphet Kotto, Andrew Divoff, Richard Grove, William Lucking, L. Scott Caldwell, Larry Holt, Daniel Quinn, Thomas Rosales Jr., Ed Frias, Jay Arlen Jones, Adam Gifford, Jophery C. Brown,
- Director:Mark L. Lester,
- Writer:Frank Sacks, Robert Boris
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Extreme Justice torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Great dark comedy with "River" in the lead
(it) wrote: Great movie that centralizes on a young college graduate that wishes to enter the business world of sales and marketing. Harpreet Singh Bedi lands a job with a computer company, and quickly learns that the position and the people working there aren't exactly what he had originally envisioned. The ethics involved alone causes problems with his own values, and this creates havoc with fellow salesmen, the sales manager, and the company director. The humiliation he endures allows him to take it upon himself to create a small company within the one he works for, and thus produces greater responses and connections utilizing the principles of values he abhors: co-op planning. Ranbir Kapoor, Shazhan Padamsee, Sharon Prabhakar, Gauhar Khan, and Prem Chopra stars. Definitely worthy!
(es) wrote: Lets start off with the positives. The CGI Effects were quite good, not the best but quite good, he casting choices were great, because they look pretty much exactly like the characters in the cartoons...however the acting for most of these actors, especially max was abismal, like seriously. Thats the only positives, and one of them turned out to be negative, so lets get some more negatives out, the plot didnt make sense, there was no comedy what-so-ever and it was only on for like an hour. I was literally gonna buy this if i didnt get the chance to watch it online. So glad i watched it online first. It was sooo bad, like literally, one of the worst films ive ever seen in my life, i dont think even two year olds would like this.
(us) wrote: A pretty pointless sequel that really just feels like an excuse to get Feldman back in front of a camera.
(us) wrote: Stupid stupid movie.
(ca) wrote: Ehh. Pretty good central performance though, despite the tonal mismash.
(jp) wrote: Michaels just too damn sexy!!!
(kr) wrote: Hidden gem. Nothing about this movie looked good on paper. The generic title, cheesy cover art, and Lucy Liu all suggested a disaster. I completely underestimated this film. Solid acting, some really interesting cinematography, haunting score and interesting plot. There are some clear holes in the plot logic but I found them forgivable given how entertaining this movie is.
(mx) wrote: Touching story of Irish Writer Brendan Behan's stay in an English Borstal during WWII. Riddled with hotness: 1) Shawn Hatosy and Danny Dyer kiss 2) Shawn Hatosy reading poetry in Irish 3) Rugby scenes. I'm going to tune into films on the gay and lesbian channel more often.
(nl) wrote: Bless me, Father, for I have sinned...
(nl) wrote: Charles Band turned out his fair share of turkeys during his time with Empire Pictures, but "Terrorvision" was a rare bright spot. Mind you, it's still pretty bad, but I appreciated the fact that it wears its campiness as a badge of honor and plays the entire movie for laughs. Band goes all out, knowing that people were going to be laughing at it anyway, and the first half of the picture is surprisingly effective. Mary Woronov and Gerritt Graham are actually very funny in the lead roles, and Bert Remsen gets a lot of laughs as Grandpa is well. '80's fave Diane Franklin is pretty and quite fetching as their daughter, seemingly channeling pop icon Cyndi Lauper. It's a lot of fun until the midway point when you start to realize that a little of it goes a long way, and even at its abbreviated running time the film wears out its welcome long before the credits roll. The laughs dry up, the novelty of the terrible special effects wear off and Graham, Remsen and Woronov disappear leaving the picture's fate up to the youngsters in the cast. They can't carry it. Still, the brightest star in the whole film, oddly enough, is the production design by Giovanni Natalucci. At times, the house is the real star here, a gaudy swingers paradise with some of the most garish paintings and sculptures you can imagine. The attention to detail they gave to a tiny film like this is amazing. "Terrorvision" is a silly little film that starts off enjoyably campy but cannot sustain that giddy feeling all the way to the end. It's fun, to a point.
(jp) wrote: Aloof yet microscopic view of a tragic personality. This is the sort of story which doesn't appeal to one who searches for deeper levels of consciousness in art, but manages endless echoing anecdotes on the same theme. It is a voyeuristic case study. The biopic is of a woman who wants a man who doesn't want her. She is pathologically obsessed, a compulsive liar, and incapable of escaping a tunnel vision which brings her into the embrace of madness. A curious tale, told with a precise, refined competence, but lacking any awakening of spirit in our heroine. If the character is not to transform then the story needs to find some parallel promise of purpose. It doesn't try. With nothing else to illuminate outside the obvious, the film is another detachedly exposed tragedy, but nothing beyond.
(it) wrote: Bake the hall in the candle of her brain!
(de) wrote: If you love the cinematic arts , you'd fall in love absolutely with Ivan the terrible part I. Make-up , Accessories , Customs , Light & Shadows are all perfectly organized in the mesh work frame of the film. They contributed efficaciously to bring out the image of the Magnificent Tsar Ivan.
(it) wrote: Wow i was laughing so hard during the movie. the stuns were amazing and perfectly demonstrate by Buster Keaton. i could watch this movie again and again, and still will laugh over its scenes :)
(gb) wrote: I wasn't a big fan of this film, there was some good action but this was the only strong point of the film.