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Bill R (it) wrote: I think this movie could of been good if it decided where it wanted to go and which genre it wanted to be. The whole comedy part wasn't even existent. I've laughed more at an episode of CSI. The effects fell short and at one point I noticed the metal plate moving that was used for one of the props. If it had a script redo with better jokes and an actual feeling of a black comedy/Horror it would have been good. I say skip it.
Francene B (fr) wrote: Today is December 14 2016 and this is my first time watching this movie even though it was publish in 2013. I was scared to watch this movie because i had seeing movies about slavery. I felt like most movie if life as a slavery is not accurate but 12 years of slave made me see the brutally our people when through. I would recommend this movie to anyone to see. I will advice american people to take a look at this movie and see what we donor want to go back into especially with our new president in 2017.
Velmina C (ca) wrote: Loved it, the choreography and all but it's completely different from the first Honey... now it's just another dance battle movie, which will prevent it from becoming a hit dance movie! don't they have any more creativity???
G M (au) wrote: It was a visually delightful film with a fantastic cast, scenery, and logical frame transitions. It failed to delight, however, with its storyline, which attempted to blend at least four gigantic angles: Josemaria Escriva's life, founding of the Opus Dei, and rise to sainthood; Torres' fall and eventual reach for redemption; the Spanish civil war; and a son's search for truth and meaning. With films like this, I always expect to be so dramatically moved and inspired to be transformed. Tragically, neither happened in a dramatic scale.
Anthony V (ca) wrote: Solid mix of typical cop action, but with a light touch of the supernatural, giving it an intriguing twist. Well acted, well directed and well written.
Brandon V (mx) wrote: Oddly hypocritical but entertaining.
Phil H (mx) wrote: Made in the early 90's which coincidentally was the peak of John Woo's highly stylistic movies, and you can clearly see how his high flying, double handed gun diving, slow motion action fest was influenced by Woo. Its got his artistic finger prints all over it in concept, as the director has obviously gone down the oriental route here.If you take elements from 'The Matrix' 'Blade' 'From Dusk Till Dawn' 'Underworld' 'Priest' etc...you do get an idea of what this film is like. With slick cool visuals and action (heavy on the Woo factor), mixed with the dark brooding fantasy genre that has been so highly exploited in recent years thanks to the big improvements in effects, and you get this early offering. I'm sure this film has helped others film makers somewhere down the line over the years.The film is also influenced by the Marvel characters of the 'X-Men', mainly 'Wolverine', again obvious by the werewolf claws that pertrude from the knuckles. Even their special tactical suits look a bit 'X-Men-ish' and on the cheap side I might add, what are all the straps for exactly??. In short this film is a heavy mix of many ideas that we all know of nowadays but amazingly this film was probably one of the first to do it in the fantasy genre.The only down side here is firstly the cast which are a bunch of nobodies really. Mario Van Peebles has always been a bit of a D-list action man really, never made anything big, doesn't quite have the looks or the acting skills and tends to end up in poor equivalents of better films. Alongside him are some other actors who are faceless basically, accept for Patsy Kensit who again isn't really a proper actress, just a big name at the time with a tight ass and blonde hair, nothing more. The only good player here is of course the ever evil Bruce Payne who simply cannot fail in delivering the perfect slimy devilish bad guy with those eerie bewitching features of his. Casting him was a master stroke of genius.The other issue is the fact the film was made for TV, which means the budget seems to have been low, which equals slim pickings on the cast and visuals. Now don't get me wrong the visuals are nicely done with some great makeup effects (although the finale takes a turn for the laughable) but with a slightly better budget this could have looked that much better. The low budget does add a gritty realism of course but certain things clearly need a boost, some sets, some stunts, the costumes are pretty low key and some set pieces do look fake (the werewolves claws look terribly fragile to me).There are some plot questions I can't quite work out. The main bad guy (Payne) and his team are invincible in werewolf form from everything its seems accept silver, and an eclipse makes them invincible to that as well. But why the need to follow eclipses around the country for one night of silver protection when 99.9% of the time they are invincible anyway and no one even knows about their lycanthropy silver problems anyway. Plus Payne's character always kills off his fellow werewolf team members before moving to the next city, just not sure why. And finally his mission, the plot for him in the film, what actually is it?? seriously he doesn't seem to have a goal accept to wipe out all crime, but doesn't that make him a good guy?. Sure he's doing it in a supernatural way but he's getting the job done right haha.This film is ripe for a remake I must admit, the idea is killer and could be done with werewolves, mutants or vampires. The only thing is it wouldn't be as fresh or original as this film was when it came out. As we all know these days these types of films are ten a penny and I'm sure many would just scoff at the idea behind this as an 'Underworld' clone set within the police force.
Emod L (br) wrote: 27%This is the worst thing ever.
Alex K (de) wrote: My Favorite Comedy Film Is 1933's Duck Soup.
Silvestre S (ca) wrote: Final Destination has a outstanding plot but it all goes away with actors that didn't make their performances believable and didn't cause any thrills for the audience the more times you watch the movie the more boring it gets.
Mikhail A (de) wrote: It's a great horror film but unfortunately nothing more. Maybe because it's too fast paced (despite it's length) maybe it's the acting or even directing but for someof these reasons it lacks depth. Though of course watching it in a cinema while being 9 years old was fucking shock.
Sylvester K (au) wrote: A film about Maths and insanity. It has good acting by the leading cast, but the story is really boring. Suitable for the geeks who likes maths I suppose.