Hands of Steel

Hands of Steel

A story about a cyborg who is programmed to kill a scientist who holds the fate of mankind in his hands.

Hands of Steel, also known as Vendetta dal futuro, is a 1986 Italian science fiction film starring Daniel Greene, Luigi Montefiore, John Saxon and Claudio Cassinelli and directed by Sergio Martino. An evil industrialist has created a cyborg (Daniel Greene) who is 70% robot and 30% human. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Graham M (es) wrote: It deals with a relatively trivial subject compared to other documentaries but manages to be informative and insightful nevertheless.

Wendy S (ca) wrote: Documentary called "Antlers" (or Panache). Looks at six different hunting philosophies and how these men approach the power of killing another living thing. Touches on the more intricate techniques of hunting, and still remains fairly objective, without coming across too preachy either for/ against the hunt. Takes you right into the woods to 'see' how these guys do it. Gutting included.

Woody H (us) wrote: funny at parts but still hard to deliver full laughs

steve p (kr) wrote: Think your having a hard time then watch this.. Dark Days centres around a community of homeless living below the streets in New York's disused train tunnels (called the freedom tunnels). Most have built huts have running water and electricity which they've pulled from the tunnels power lines. Eventually Amtrak, decide to move in and evict, although all end up being re housed. An eye opener of a film.

Boris M (fr) wrote: For a bunch of bad boys that Luke and Stephen were back in that day, this is quite a nice movie they made.

Raine L (kr) wrote: I remember seeing this a few times and really liking it a lot but I haven't seen it since the 90's. Look forward to watching it again, especially now since everyone who was in it is totally famous now, except for Nancy McKeon who was famous *then, but stopped acting a few years back.

Ed C (nl) wrote: One line summary: Almost as good as the first, but quite different.--------------------- We start HR II more or less the next day after HR I ended. Kirsty is in a mental hospital after escaping the cenobites and failing to destroy the puzzle cube. The multiple murder investigation continues at her late father's house. Dr. Channard has custody (more or less) of Kirsty, who is not doing much at first to secure her independence from authorities. Meanwhile, the cube has found its way to another person. One needs to watch to the end to see this part explained. At the hospital, Dr. Channard actually listens to Kirsty's involved tale about Frank, Julia, Larry, and the cenobites. Dr. Channard has a great deal of knowledge about the puzzle cubes (plural) and occult matters in general. He keeps his arcana at his house. Perhaps even worse, the doctor uses his patients as experimental animals. One of his basement efforts draws a lot of blood, which brings back Julia. Judging from the first film, the cenobites will not be far behind. Kyle observes this since he was snooping in the Channard's private lab, and hid himself before the doc and the unfortunate patient came in. Julia practices her whiles on Dr. Channard after he takes her home, and lets him know that all she needs is skin. Julia gets her desired skin from other doomed patients that he brings to her. Meanwhile, Kyle springs Kirsty from the mental institution, since he now thinks that her story was blow-by-blow true. Kyle takes her to Channard's house, where she pores over his documents and objects. Unfortunately, Kyle meets a fully recovered Julia, and the end of his life. Channard employs the mute patient Tiffany to solve one of the puzzle boxes. Sure enough, the cenobites are summoned. Will Channard and Julia survive? How about Kirsty and Tiffany? Will Kirsty find Larry while the paths between worlds are still open?----Scores------- Cinematography: 9/10 Better than the original, at least what I saw streamed on Netflix. This one had the correct aspect ratio, and was consistently better filmed. Sound: 5/10 Not as good. There was no original score for this one, and the sound was not an effective part of the film. Acting: 8/10 Clare Higgins was my favourite in this film. Sean Chapman was again good as Frank Cotton. Kenneth Cranhum was fine as Dr. Channard. Ashley Laurence had better lines, and gave a better performance than in the first film. Screenplay: 5/10 The maze of the cenobites was murky and unclear, rather like playing a game where the rules are enforced, but not published. The influence of gaming gets even worse in some of the later sequels. The front end of the film could have used more careful exposition, but it did move right along.

O i (us) wrote: Um filme que tem um formato muito peculiar. Uma his~oria diferente de muitas outras.

Greg W (de) wrote: one of the best westerns Immaculately shot by Russell Harlan, perfectly performed by a host of Hawks regulars, and shot through with dark comedy, it's probably the finest Western of the '40s.

Filippo V (us) wrote: Una simpatica commedia che grazie ad un buon cast riesce ad intrattenere per tutta la sua durata. Ovviamente le solite approssimazioni e clich sono sempre presenti, ma non rovinano una visione tutto sommato apprezzabile.