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In the Radiant City torrent reviews
Wil P (fr) wrote: A funny movie and one of the best comedy and SciFi movie I've seen in a while
Michael S (es) wrote: 5 outta 5. it's a mastapiece
LaTasha J (de) wrote: "I wouldn't let Michael Jackson watch my kids on TV" HAHAHAHA
Mike N (ag) wrote: powerful movie, i loved it.
Kyle M (es) wrote: The first six unnecessary minutes are skippable. If you didn't skip it, luckily it's forgettable as the film goes on, which it's in somewhat level that it's better than its predecessor by being funnier. (B)(Full review coming soon - with better wording probably and requires another viewing probably)
John R (gb) wrote: 131230: The acting in this movie is so bad it's laughable. Seriously, I laughed out loud a few times. Tell me it was done intentionally? It had to have been. It's like there was a competition among the cast to see who could be the most dramatic. It's comical. This movie is worth watching for this reason alone. Don't let my low rating stop you. You won't believe it until you see it. And man, was I shocked with what happens to the Dancin' Kid. Violence in film is not that new after all.
Raji K (mx) wrote: John Spartan (Slyvester Stallone) has an effective, but explosive approach to being a cop, and is nicknamed the Demolition Man. Despite apprehending his rival Simon Phoenix (Wesley Snipes), he disregards the safety of hostages and is to be cryogenically frozen. Nearly 40 years later he is de-thawed and asked to catch his nemesis again in a now crime-less society. Demolition Man is a decent action comedy, that really has some solid one liners, and in many ways parodies the type of film that it is. The movie follows the blockbuster formula, but does it well enough.
The Critic (es) wrote: Steven Seagal's career-defining film is a fun enough, albeit unexceptional, action caper (though the manner in which archival footage is blended into the production is outstanding). People are creatively killed, things are blown up, there's some wonderful tough guy talk and Tommy Lee Jones is perfectly cast as the cartoon villain. As enjoyable as it is forgettable, it was nominated for two technical Academy Awards and was followed by a sequel in 1995.