Final Mission

Final Mission

Captain Tom "Outlaw" Waters is one of four Air Force pilots taking part in a "black" Defense project involving virtual reality. The project is managed by a secretive Colonel Anderson and overseen by General Breslaw. When two of his colleagues die during test runs after some erratic behaviour in the flight simulator, Waters begins to believe that there is a conspiracy among his superiors. He even begins to suspect his new lover, Caitlin Cole. Written by D.W. Prosser

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Chris A (br) wrote: The whole story leaves a lot to be desired

Andrew K (kr) wrote: Unfairly underrated, this genuinely witty and action-filled romp may look like a Superman-parody, but is in fact a perfect Bond spoof from start to finish (better than Austin Powers, better even than the likes of For Your Eyes Only). The set pieces are judged to perfection and even Michael 'Frank Spencer' Crawford is perfectly cast! Kids will LOVE it. I did when I was one. Brilliant theme music.

Whit w (us) wrote: It's a Karen Black vehicle! She plays 4 characters across all three stories of this anthology. Someone loved her. The fact that these are all Richard Matheson stories had me geared up to watch this anthology, but as it turns out, my anticipation was misplaced. The first two stories are lackluster and really not even worth a rewatch. The final story is called "Amelia" and it's the story that this movie is remembered for. It deals with a Karen Black character who buys a voodoo doll as a gift for a gentlemen friend. Karen has some Mommy control issues that keep her from visiting her man. She ends up cancelling her man plans and enjoying the night with the doll. Well, "enjoying" may not be the right word as her newly purchased companion raises all kinds of hell. It's funny to see the way they edited the scenes to sell the doll coming to life. All I could think about was grown men playing with the doll in the same fashion as my daughter played with her own. The only difference being they filmed their playtime. I won't give away the ending but the final shot of Karen Black sells it.

Jenna I (kr) wrote: Charming if not disappointingly bland? I feel like I missed the context of this movie... there were probably more political references than I would have noticed. But there's something to be said about a nice and simple blue collar adventure.

Jennifer M (jp) wrote: Best Topper movie ever, and my all-time favorite film. Even though this was filmed in 1941, it's just as funny today. Watch this one for a good "belly" laugh.

Cattera Y (de) wrote: Austin Powers : International Man of Mysterya very groovy light comedy powered by brilliant Mike Myers

Wesley S (ru) wrote: Easily one of the most boring movies I've seen in a very long time. Stay far, far away.

Mark B (br) wrote: Nice underrated baseball movie.