Deke Rivers is a delivery man who is discovered by publicist Glenda Markle and country-western musician Tex Warner who want to promote the talented newcomer to fame and fortune, giving him every break he deserves. Romantic complications arise as Susan, another singer in the group, offers him devoted admiration as Glenda leads him on with promises of a golden future.
- Stars:Elvis Presley, Lizabeth Scott, Wendell Corey, James Gleason, Ralph Dumke, Paul Smith, Kenneth Becker, Jana Lund, Dolores Hart,
- Director:Hal Kanter,
- Writer:Herbert Baker (screenplay), Hal Kanter (screenplay), Mary Agnes Thompson (story)
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(mx) wrote: Pelotero es muy bueno. Es muy interesante y fenomenal. Los peloteros son muy buenos, pero me gusta mas Miguel Angel porque es bueno y gracioso.
(mx) wrote: Interesting documentary about a collection of misfits and veterans with PTSD living off the grid out in the desert of New Mexico. I feel sorry for the kids being raised out there, but an interesting slice of society.
(ca) wrote: I guess you might be wondering what Sam Bottoms has been doing since he lost one eye in "The Last Picture Show?" Well, wonder no more... he made "Shadow Fury" in 2001 and an entertaining little film it is. "In the near future..." when "human cloning has been outlawed" a sinister organization is secretly engaged in, you guessed it, human cloning. The evil Dr. Hilliard is intent on developing the ultimate fighting machine, and then duplicating it. Does he seek to dominate the world? Well, if this were a James Bond movie, the answer would be "yes," but this is just a poor little Japanese martial arts film with delusions of grandeur. Think equal parts Tarantino and Bruce Lee, and you get the combination the director was aiming for. But there is no cleverly entertaining dialog in the Tarantino style, and Bruce Lee is dead, so with what are we left? Well for one thing some pretty good martial arts choreography. Bas Rutten (MMA champ) is on had as Kismet, the evil doctor's ultimate depraved killing clone. Kismet as a youth, by the way, is briefly and spectacularly played by a very young Taylor Lautner, before the abs. (He's listed in the credits as Taylor "Loutner.") But I get ahead of myself. One of the scientists, Dr. Oh ("Pat" Morita) with a truly bizarre Donald Trump style upsweep hairdo, leaves the group and engineers one of the movie's heroes, a killing clone named Takeru (Masakatsu Funaki). Takeru is programmed to kill the other scientists who are creating the "evil" killing clones... well you see that the absurd plot is getting out of hand. And I haven't even mentioned Sam Bottoms doing his best Nick Nolte impersonation as Mitchell Madson, a used-up, smart mouthed, alcoholic mercenary with cirrhosis of the liver. He's hired by the evil scientist to kill the vengeful Takeru, with the promise that Madsen can then have his perfect liver for a transplant. But along the way to the final showdown, Takeru meets Sasha, the hooker with a heart of gold. She has a bed on the roof ( la Moulin Rouge) of a seedy building in the warehouse district of whatever future city this is supposed to be, and when she takes killing clone Takeru to bed, she begins to humanize him. First he gets human feelings, then he weeps a real tear, and then rather than kicking s**t out on anybody and everybody, he's suddenly ready to die for his friends. You see what a good bad woman can do? Madsen, who prefers heavy weaponry to martial arts, teams up with Takeru to take down the evil scientist and his mutant evil clones in the grand finale in a showdown predictable but spectacular. Fred Williamson's on hand, too, as Madsen's arms supplier, so this movie is trying really hard, but I'd be lying if I said it was really very good. Just good for some Saturday night slumming, and that's about it. Tarantino it's not, Bruce Lee it's not, an entertaining mess it is. Someday this might end up on somebody's cult movie list, or perhaps it will just be lost in the celluloid dust of time... it's up to you.
(jp) wrote: pretty good little film. correct doses of comedy throughout
(it) wrote: A Canadian Independant film. Low budget but well done. Makes you think.
(gb) wrote: Dark and unsettling yet bold and intelligent, Indy 2 is effectively a horror film that put me off the whole franchise when I was younger, but to be honest, I'm glad I came back to it... Willie is still fucking annoying though.B+
(jp) wrote: Dr Phibes' return isn't quite as good as it was first time round--Even second-rate Phibes is better than most first-rate "shockers"!!
(jp) wrote: Plenty of good actors. An interesting storyline. Kind of a Fargo-esque feel to it. It just didn't come together in a coherent fashion, and I couldn't relate to any of the characters.