Kyle Finn has the ultimate combat machine, a metal suit with super-human powers, and he uses it to defend the good and fight evil. That 'evil' comes in the form of Reed, his ninja henchmen and the Mecha Terror robot: has the Metal Man finally met his match?
- Stars:Reggie Bannister, Samuel Nathan Hoffmire, P. David Miller, Jill Shackelford, Leah Grimsson, Katherine Pawlak, Shane Russeck, Jed Rowen, Anthony Antonucci, Darren Lebrecht, Barbara Jean Barrielle, Kim Irwin Dildine, Jay Moreno, Jennifer Field, Smokey Miles,
- Director:Ron Karkoska,
- Writer:Carlos Perez (screenplay), Ted Chalmers (screenplay), Novin Shakiba (screenplay)
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Metal Man torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Great movie with a great message.
(jp) wrote: Saw this movie in english class, and it was interesting. Not a great movie, but a powerful one, definetly shows its material well. Again, not that memorable to me, but still pretty good.
(fr) wrote: Definatly the brazilian version of Hostel. I enjoyed this movie.
(kr) wrote: Thought provoking and tragic. Politics clashes with innovation. In the end it's a downward spiral with the characters but the theory prevails.
(es) wrote: I don't know why but I liked this movie...it's so lame that it's moderately good.
(kr) wrote: Definitely not for everybody. But for those who care, this film provides a wonderful chance to think about death. The film contrasts two kinds of death: natural, prepared death that is defined by aging and medical conditions ("I have a cancer, and I have 3 more months to live"), and abrupt, unprepared death that is figured in the movie as the political death of illegal aliens. Showing the interaction between a dying, old poet and an illegal immigrant boy, the movie suggests that the second kind of death - the death that gets us by surprise and leaves us no time to prepare for a transition from life to death - is unworthy of human dignity.
(au) wrote: I saw it today and I joy it
(mx) wrote: I loved this movie, my boyfriend at the time took me to see this movie about 5 times over about 2 mos.
(kr) wrote: Joshua Logan, directed this screenplay based on a play written by William Inge, which he also directed. The 1953 Broadway production debuted Paul Newman, who played Hal, the part William Holden plays in the movie. You could tell the movie was based on a play by Holden's over acting. His performance was geared for a playgoing audience not a theatre going audience. Overacting, with robust body movement made Holden look out of place. I blame Logan for this direction as Holden has done much better in other movies. Rosalind Russell, who was primarily a Broadway actor, was outstanding in this movie, especially in the second half. If you watch her and Arthur Kennedy's scenes against Holden and Novak's scenes the difference in talent is striking and should have been embarrassing to Holden and Novak. One of Kim Novak's lines in the movie is: "I just get so tired of being told I'm pretty." Well, girlie that's the only thing you had going for you in this movie and your career. "Picnic" was not a good movie. It did pick up in the second half, but very few movie productions based on plays are successful. A movie production requires different skill sets for the director and the cast.
(ag) wrote: who Knew Nicholas Was So Damn Hairy!!? Comic Timing, Not Bein' His Best Suit, He'd Probably Had Fared Better In One Of The Elvis Get-Ups.. Which Kinda Happens Near The End, But Still, Mediocre Laughs Here..Not Much Else.