Two young women, marginalised by society, go on a destructive tour of sex and violence. Breaking norms and killing men - and shattering the complacency of polite cinema audiences. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Two young women, marginalised by society, go on a destructive tour of sex and violence. Breaking norms and killing men - and shattering the complacency of polite cinema audiences.
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Ryan J (kr) wrote: Loaded with disposable humans just cast to be ripped to shreds, very much like the 1st film but with a little twist on Chromeskull's serial killer hijinx . Highly enjoyable death scenes and quite well done in that gore department which makes you forget how rubbish everything else is. Even makes Brian Austin Green a little more likeable.
James H (us) wrote: Not as bad as I was expecting. The characters were reasonably well defined, the acting was good, especially Eddie Kaye Thomas. He is usually good and I like his style. Amusing story but the plot is a bit scattered.
Nick A (ca) wrote: I love this movie. All 3 guys here do a great job and tell a great story. I watched this when i was a kid and loved it and saw it a lil while back and still loved it. I love ths story in this movie. .
Bloodmarsh K (ru) wrote: If Thor had a better supporting cast, ''Bad Moon'' may have been an enjoyable straight to DVD horror flick. But it ended up being a one dog show.
Jonathan B (jp) wrote: It's really kind of touching in the end. Reminds me of Sling Blade except ofcourse..this movie is completely messed up.
Steve D (mx) wrote: Much fun is had by all. A wonderful family adventure
Cal (it) wrote: "Remember; you have to make it home to get paid."Fundamentally equal parts Apocalypse Now, The Passenger and any commando movie ever made, The Dogs of War is an examination of the morals of life as a hired killer. Although released during the '80s (the heyday of rock 'em sock 'em action flicks) this is no twin brother to such gloriously violent actioners as Commando. Instead, the film - based on the best-selling novel by Frederick Forsyth - is a thoughtful war drama; demonstrating the kind of intelligence which is rare in movies aimed at the regular action-adventure crowd. While action and gunplay features in both the beginning and the climax, The Dogs of War is for the most part concerned with dramatic growth and story. With that said, however, a sluggish pace renders the film at times enjoyable but at other times a chore to get through.In the film, Christopher Walken plays a mercenary for hire named John Shannon. Not long into the film, Shannon is assigned a mission of reconnaissance - to travel to the tiny African dictatorship of Zangara to evaluate whether the government can be easily overthrown. Utilising the smokescreen of a bird photographer, Shannon heads to Zangara to gather the necessary information, but unfortunately suffers terrible torture from the African guards who are suspicious of his purpose. Following his eventual deportation from the nation, Shannon begins assembling a team of elite mercenaries to return to Zangara to perform a coup d'tat and remove the dictator from power. However, while carrying out the dangerous mission, Shannon starts having severe doubts about the ethical nature of the assignment.The title of The Dogs of War is derived from a phrase used in William Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar - "Cry, 'Havoc!', and let slip the dogs of war". Suitably, this quote prefaces the film.Speaking from a narrative standpoint, The Dogs of War is a pretty standard fare (unsurprisingly). In particular, Shannon's initial surveillance is conventional stuff - he meets a nosy Englishman who's fed up with local politics preventing him from filming a documentary, he encounters a local security chief who takes an interest in Shannon, there's an enigmatic woman who acts as Shannon's guide, and there's the obligatory arrest. For the original two-hour cut (the cut being assessed in this review), the interlude between Shannon's surveillance and the final assault is too lengthy - it becomes bogged down by a subplot concerning Shannon's relationship with his ex-wife. This is a standard, clichd distraction which was included to afford Shannon's character a degree of depth, yet it's rather superfluous and leads nowhere. The subplot is murder to the pace, and is without a payoff.Retaining the extraordinary detail present in Frederick Forsyth's novel, The Dogs of War provides an exhaustive examination of all the intricate ins & outs of what it takes to remove a dictator from power. It covers the logistical problems of recruiting a team of mercenaries, crossing borders, obtaining money and weapons, and making sure all of these things are in the target country at the right time. The Dogs of War is basically Staging a Military Coup for Dummies. On the other hand, all this incredible detail does not mean the film is necessarily entertaining. John Irvin's direction is meticulous to a fault; to the extent that he neglected to consider pacing. The majority of the movie is devoted to the endless preparation preceding the rather short assault. As a result, The Dogs of War is short in the machismo department, and - for a war movie - there is just not enough war. Thankfully, the battle sequences which bookend the film are well-staged, and the cinematography by Jack Cardiff is consistently solid. The action does not quite compensate for the sluggish middle section, but it's a step in the right direction (the opening is particularly outstanding).In terms of acting, there's not a lot to complain about, though some of the supporting cast are a tad forgettable. In the role of Shannon, Christopher Walken is strong and convincing. Walken exudes cool here, and his acting is fantastic as well. The actor usually affords something out of the ordinary to his performances, and The Dogs of War is no different. In particular, Walken excels at conveying the sense that he's not completely there - that a part of him is spectating, and he's not entirely wrapped up in the actions of the moment. This attribute suits Shannon's jaundiced view of the operation, and as a result Shannon's behaviour at the film's end is believable. Great support was provided by Tom Berenger as a fellow mercenary, as well as from Colin Blakely as the English filmmaker who pops in and out of the story to no great effect. Other supporting roles were filled by competent actors who fail to stand out, most notably JoBeth Williams as Shannon's ex-wife.The Dogs of War was not a breakout success due to its realism - there are no action-adventure movie clichs, hyped melodrama, large-scale action sequences, or much excitement. At the end of the day it's a decent motion picture which has its moments, but it's not a film to watch repeatedly due to its meandering nature.
David P (nl) wrote: This new French horror movie may not be as shocking as MARTYRS nor as fantastic as LIVID but it is certainly more interesting than most of the new horror films coming out right now.
Edgar C (fr) wrote: If you combine Bergman and some of Bresson's metaphysical elements with the subsequent fantasy touches of Pasolini in 1974 and the random horror/fantasy insanity you're already familiar with in this era, you get Viy, a groundbreaking glimpse into the collision between the impossible magic of celluloid and a "Tarkovskian" struggle of faith against demons. Unique and influential masterpiece that opened new boundaries for camp fun in the most artistic way possible. 99/100
Sanity Assassin (fr) wrote: reminds me of that film starring clint eastwood and kevin costner where costner escapes from prison, kidnaps a young boy and eastwood is chasing him as a cop. i can't remember the name of it now though. anyone???? maybe it drew its inspiration from tiger bay. tiger bay is just as good with great performances all round, especially so from the three leading cast!
Justin N (de) wrote: So much WTF. If you're out for fleeting moments of camp and silliness (stand-out for me is the guy driving "high", speeding through town at all of 45 MPH, to which the guy next to him warns him to "Slow down, you're gonna kill someone") there are tidbits here and there to laugh at. However, it is a long slog through ridiculousness, earnest but dull dialogue, and uniformly terrible acting to laugh at the fact anyone at all thought this could be taken seriously.
Victor B (nl) wrote: Kurt Russell battling undead Chinese warlords, ftw.
Bruno V (it) wrote: Cool job that Mark Wahlberg has here , Long time fun to follow , expected a better ending i gues !
Orlok W (mx) wrote: Set in Ireland in 1815, this magnificent Technicolor production is full of romance, intrigue, action and adventure. The three principals in the cast, Rock Hudson, Barbara Rush and Jeff Morrow... The Original Thunderbolt and Lightfoot--This is not really a drama;this is not a story of sound and fury either. Sirk's swashbuckler is a bit tongue-in -cheek, While all along enjoyable, it lacks sufficient substance to make it memorable... A young star flexes his wings!!
Anwar V (ag) wrote: Palomera y divertida.
Paul P (gb) wrote: Great movie.Loved it!