Mongolian Death Worm
When an American oil company sets up an experimental drilling plant out in the vast deserts of Mongolia, they awaken a nest. The deadly creatures begin to breed and spread, devouring everyone in their path. The only person who can stop them is treasure hunter and adventure seeker who spent his life searching for a legendary tomb, fabled to be protected by the Death Worms. He knows he must do what he can to kill the creatures, but stopping these monsters may mean destroying his life's work forever!
- Stars:Sean Patrick Flanery, Victoria Pratt, George Cheung, Drew Waters, Matthew Tompkins, Nate Rubin, Jon Mack, Tiger Sheu, Ryan Manalansan, Cheryl Chin, Billy Blair, Jay Serra, Fouatchao Moua, Lieu Tran, Andrew Stevens,
- Director:Steven R. Monroe,
- Writer:Neil Elman (screenplay), Kevin Leeson (screenplay), Steven R. Monroe (screenplay)
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(kr) wrote: I think the reviews made me expect too much, so I was disappointed. I liked the return to the 80s, pre-internet world of teenagers that was familiar to me, before the European twist. the actors were great, and their bumbling band was pretty cute and provided a focus for a lot of their undirected energy. The atheist thoughts of Klara were heartfelt and added to the impression that these were emerging adults who were lucky to have each other. It all went a bit slowly, which isn't always a problem, but in spite of all the praise, I was left unsatisfied.
(es) wrote: A nice entry to the "real world" super heroes collection of films. In the same realm as "Super" and "Boy Wonder".
(fr) wrote: The ironic thing about a four movie disater pack full a bunch of miniseries is that they are all disaterous. Wether you like them or not Category 7 is a piece of shit with unlogical scenes, bullshit storytelling and plot holes so big it would take me a week to tell you them all. Lets keep this review under 10 years shall we? This is a sequel to another miniseries called Catagory 6. But there is a problem here. There is no such thing as a Category 7 storm. There are only five categories and thats it. So the filmmakers decided to screw accuracy and tell their epic tale of stupidity and damsels in distresses. The film opens up with a bunch of idiots we don't care about getting killed by a storm in paris. This leads to two storms coming towards the U.S. Probably two category 5 storm and I love how they explain it. "THIS ISNT A CATEGORY 6 STORM! ITS A.............................. CATEGORY 7 STORM! There are a huge ammount of plot holes like how can Randy Quaid's character survive being in a tornado with his car and how does cutting all the power off make the storm go away? Also, these kids get captured because of some religous bullshit. The characters are either brain dead retarded, damsels in distresses or just whiney kids. The acting is so awful Rod from Birdemic was better. The effects are either mediocre or just plain ridiculous. Scenes are illogical that Spock from Star Trek can point them all out. The editing is terrible and I mean terrible. They keep doing all these flashes to show a next scene but why can't they just cut to the next scene? None of the characters are loveable. They just tell everyone "SHUT UP! YOU DON'T KNOW ANYTHING!" or "YOUR FIREEEEEEEEED!" Unconvincing, Stupid, Illogical, Amazingly Bad. Category 7 is a disater. Literally.19/100 D-
(de) wrote: Solid war movie about the first major battle of Vietnam. A little heavy on stereotypes, but this was also one of the movies that introduced many characters who would become stereotypes later. Gibson is Lt. Col. Moore: stone faced and calculated, but a man of his men. If you like men putting their lives on the line for their country, if you like good old war films, this is a flick for you. Well worth every minute of the 139 minute run time.
(gb) wrote: A plesant movie, moved along, enough interesting characters to satisfy myself and husband, seeing beautiful UK topped it off!
(nl) wrote: funny as hell for the first half then zzzzzzzz
(us) wrote: a must watch movie......with its unintentional comedy,songs... it makes one of the top movies on my list...
(ca) wrote: Iconic, smart, and comedic to just the right level, there's a reason everyone knows Men In Black.
(au) wrote: Pretty decent movie. The ending ruins a lot though.
(ru) wrote: Easily the best of the Blade films and the credit clearly goes to director Guillermo del Toro who leaves his unmistakable fingerprints all over this film. The creativity he brought to the creatures in the film, particularly the reapers, the various weapons, to the costumes, and to the overall production design all have a similar look to his other films such as "Pan's Labyrinth," "Mimic," or the Hellboy series. The first Blade film had an amazing opening scene with the vampire blood bath rave, but the filmmakers made the mistake of having to subsequence scene top that one and the rest of the film was merely a slick piece of entertainment. The third film was an obvious pander to gain a wider audience with it's PG-13 rating and inclusion of more humor, with was a low point for the series. This second film is the clear high point. David S. Goyer wrote all three films, but it's all del Toro who makes this film special. The story involves Blade making an unlikely alliance with the Vampire Council to rid the world of a new breed of vampire called Reapers. Wesley Snipes is good in the lead and Kris Kristofferson is alway a treat in any role. The supporting cast is particularly strong here though with Ron Perlman as a Vampire Council special forces operative who's looking for any excuse to end the alliance and kill Blade. I was also surprised when re-watching this film to see Norman Reedus of "The Walking Dead" fame in the film. I remembered the character, but had never placed Reedus in this film, even though he still has the same Daryl Dixon hair, but he's quite good as Blade's gadget-maker helper. The top that all off with the vastly under-appreciated Donnie Yen as part of the Vampire Council fighters and gets to show off in a few excellent marital arts sequences. Yen is also credited as the film's fight choreographer and most of the fights in this film are quite a cut above the other two Blade films. I remember when this film first came out, when I read Roger Ebert's review and there was no way I could NOT see this film after seeing Ebert start his review describing the film as a "brilliant vomitorium of viscera." That sentence pretty well lets any potential viewer know if they would be interested in this film or not. I was very taken by the vomitorium.
(kr) wrote: This film is really funny