Kill 'em All

Kill 'em All

Captured international assassins are locked up inside a high-tech bunker known as the Killing Chamber. To break out of this concrete hell they must duel each other, fight deadly ninjas and battle against gangs of masked maniacs. And... if they survive this, they will have to confront Snakehead: the lethal, deranged top dog who will stop at nothing to kill 'em all!

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Eric H (us) wrote: This film captures the incoherence and inhumanity of war from the point of view of innocent civilians and of dehumanized soldiers. The pace and plot are crisp, compact and conscious-elevating with a spectacular, yet simple screenplay. The cinematography and music match and enhance the emotional and philosophical human drama. The acting from the all-male cast is poignant and powerful in its restraint. Zaza Urushadze's text comes to life like a play in this sometimes claustrophobic confine which only heightens the inherent tension between the protagonists. The directing does however balance this with the sad beauty of rural Abkhazia conflict zone. The simple sets set the mood and this movie is shooting for the moon and It does.

Lloyd T (ru) wrote: one of the best football movies in years

Siew M (mx) wrote: In Bitter Feast, the host of a local TV food show kidnaps the food critic he believes ruined his career. Like a deranged Iron Chef, the chef gives the food critic a series of cooking challenges. If he succeeds, he gets to eat. If he doesn't, he starves and gets beaten with a hot skillet. A must-watch for all food bloggers. You're likely to rethink trash talking another restaurant after seeing this one.

m n (kr) wrote: Has a lot of my favourite stand up comedians in it and they had some great things to say about hecklers. The Uwe Boll scene was entertainingly weird though Jamie kennedy's confrontation with hecklers were getting old and a little pitiful

john o (kr) wrote: Not hilarious, but pretty funny when it wants to be, not one i'd recommend though.

Keith M (jp) wrote: i found this pretty boring.

Kevin D (it) wrote: Great action scenes and vibrant set pieces make up for the few flaws in the story, but this time out with Arnold feels better than many of the others. Plus, who doesn't love a good killer alligator scene?

Alexander C (au) wrote: A few flaws but otherwise enjoyable movie, may be boring moments but only fleeting ones.

Lupus D (au) wrote: This is the correct and only way to use the talent that is Chow Yun Fat! There are scenes here which are copied ten times over by everyone else in the industry but we all know who did it first now don't we! Go watch this, if only to understand the Chinese people. Or to see that cigarette-flickin scene.

Bill B (ag) wrote: Root for the underdog with Cathy Lee Crosby as the unlikely coach of a high school basketball team! Try not to have dirty thoughts about the super hot new coach! I don't think it can be done.This one has a good bit of charm going for it, I enjoyed it quite a bit.Worth a look.

Stephen Z (ru) wrote: Everyone loves a good murder mystery, especially when it's the perfect murder with a well-devised plan. So it comes as no surprise that the beginning of "Dial M for Murder" - when Ray Milland's character Tony lays out his entire plan - is a fantastic beginning to a fantastic film. It is such a brilliantly complicated plot. The amount of detail that went into setting up the perfect murder and the amount of detail that went into how it all went wrong are absolutely commendable on the parts of Hitchcock and the writers. This, in combination with all-around great performances, especially John Williams's exceedingly enjoyable performance as Inspector Hubbard, makes "Dial M for Murder" yet another incredible, suspenseful murder thriller from Hitchcock.

Michael D (ag) wrote: I love Fritz Lang, early and late. This film is not his strongest work, by a far shot. The script drags and ultimately peters away with a disappointingly simple ending. From a director who is not afraid to do away with the "happy ending" entirely, it was somewhat disappointing to see this story wrapped up so cleanly. It's unclear to what extent the film's faults lie with Brecht or with Lang. The directing is spot on as always--there are a few really beautiful cuts and overall the drama is quite engaging. Unfortunately, the film amounts to little more than propaganda in the final analysis. And even though the circumstances of the time may justify it being propaganda, it's still propaganda.

Hugh R (us) wrote: Satire and outright comedy can be a mirror for the world to see its faults in a humorous way. They can bare the ugliness of a situation for all to see and yet not be ugly itself. They can make you think, make you laugh, give you a clearer understanding of the world around you, or be just plain wacky fun. This movie does none of that.Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed it. Kind of. It has its moments, but they are few and far between. It's just that it is so utterly forgettable. It's not awful enough to make me laugh at how bad it is and it's not good enough to make much of an impact. It sought to lampoon the corruption and baleful nature of the modern American campaigning process but instead made the characters so over the top that they never seem plausible even in their own world. Example: A congressman gets caught having an affair in a porta-john in the middle of the day, gets caught making filthy phone calls to his mistress, and PUNCHES A BABY and he still has a chance of winning because he claims his opponent has facial hair like Saddam Hussein? I found myself thinking, "no one would ever take these idiots seriously" and "are every one of their constituents mentally retarded?". I was never quite able to believe the characters really meant to act the way they did and so couldn't suspend my disbelief enough to accept the world the movie took place in.Two things intrigued me and they had little to do with the movie. One, during a scene in which the underdog's campaign manager is trying to teach him how to be manlier, you can see Burt Reynolds guest starring in what appears to be an episode of "The Commish". I really want to watch that episode now. Two, did Dan Aykroyd realize the irony of he and John Lithgow playing the exact same types of characters as the bad guys from his 80s hit "Trading Places"?For a better take on this kind of subject matter, two movies worth watching are "Wag the Dog and "Man of the Year". The first was well ahead of its time as it was made in the late 90s but seemed to point a finger at the administrative foibles of the early 2000s and the second is a fun and interesting look at what would happen if someone like John Stewart were to take his fan's advice and run for office. Both of these movies have wit, great scripts, and wonderful performances and are far more worthy of your precious time than "The Campaign".