No Retreat, No Surrender 2
In this sequel, Scott Wylde, an American kickboxer, must go to Cambodia to rescue his Vietnamese girlfriend from Russian and Vietnamese troops.
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Jesse O (gb) wrote: More than anything else, this film is absolutely fascinating to watch and I think that is the most striking thing about the movie itself, I'm not sure I can exactly call it great, I don't know but somehow I just don't feel comfortable doing that. I did know about Toynbee Idea tiles dating back a couple of years, but it was mostly just casual, I didn't do a whole lot of research past a Wikipedia search, or some Cracked articles, so this movie is especially informative if you're looking for a more detailed account of the entire conspiracy. The movie also does a great job at researching and putting together the closest thing to the truth as is humanly possible without actually confirming it. The movie, and realistically if you've followed the case you already know this, doesn't exactly answer the question of who actually came up with this but I don't think that that's something that you can hold against the filmmakers themselves. Some professional critics' negative reviews, somehow, use the unanswered questions against the movie itself. I just don't see how that's a valid point when reviewing a documentary. It seems so absurd. I'd understand if the investigation wasn't up to par and the movie just came across as amateurs trying to figure out a mystery. But these people did about as good a job trying to figure this out as is possible, so I'm not going to hold it against them that they didn't confirm the identity of the man who started leaving the tiles. And I think that not finding out the identity in the film sort of adds to the mystery itself, and especially when you see the end of the movie, or close to the end. I'm not gonna spoil anything, but there's a certain moment just as the movie is ending that is tremendous. I was genuinely surprised. The movie does also take a good look at Justin Duerr and his obsession with the tiles and there are certain parallels between his life and the man he believes to be the culprit of the Toynbee Idea tiles. Again, this movie is incredibly fascinating, mystery documentary. I'd definitely recommend this film if you like trying to figure out a good mystery.
Bill M (jp) wrote: OK slasher flick. Better to be drunk while watching it
Betsy F (nl) wrote: Nov 2016 - warning, dog dies...
Najat E (ru) wrote: ,,,a good movie to watch
kapil s (fr) wrote: hrithis acting is just great! he has got d talent to portray characters really well!
Kim B (kr) wrote: A very thorough and extensive documentary on two hopeful basketball stars from inner city Chicago. It follows the two players over their middle school n high school basketball careers as well as their home life, school, n environment. Documentary made following the games easy n interesting to a non basketball fan. I also liked how they interviewed many people and did this documentary over so many years to really give a full picture. I read a book kinda about the same thing but on an Indian reservation n how athletics are seemingly only option for them to get out of their bad upbringing. hThe one coach I think contributed to the downfall of gates career by not letting him heal long enuff n pushing him too far. Both athletes wind up with kind of the same fate despite going thru very different school systems-getting scholarships, getting gfs pregnant young, not making it into pro but playing basketball in college, having someone in their family murdered etc...I'm glad that despite not making it pro both did well for themselves considering where they grew up and obstacles they faced. In a way it is a bit of a failing I think how everyone is only concerned with their game n not their academics or emotional well being. So much pressure at a young age. Goes to show that sometimes real stories are more interesting than fiction. I don't agree that this is the best documentary ever but it certainly is engaging, I didn't like narrators voice.
Andrew B (it) wrote: Ironically picturesque.
Ellie M (ru) wrote: wow. this movies is a total classic. its a weird mix of sexploitation and fantasy that is amazing. there really is no other film like this one.