Robot Wars

Robot Wars

In the year 2041, the rebel Centros are a plague to the survivors of the great toxic gas scare of 1993. A renegade Megarobot pilot and an archaeologist must team up (despite personal differences, a reluctant romance, and official pressure to cease and desist) to thwart the Centro's attempts to resurrect a hidden Megarobot, with which they can challenge the prevailing order.

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Greg W (au) wrote: good cops vs white surpremists

Caesar M (kr) wrote: Action movies overuse terrorists and horror movies overuse zombies for various of reasons. Both archetype can not guarantee whether or not the quality of a story will be good, but gives a good indication of what to expect when they come into play. The violent nature, the scale of danger, and the heroes developing methods to defeat their foes. It's high body count of victim also equals the numbers of flaws and yawns the audience might give to the film. Osombie is about NATO special forces on a secret assignment to...find the plot. Within the first twelve minutes the plot already puts off some immediate red flags. Starting off with the assassination of Osama Bin Laden is acceptable, but the film depiction is historically inaccurate. According to the film apparently Navy Seals are experts on zombie killing, Osama Bin Laden kept pet zombies to kill intruders, and created a serum that would resurrect him back into zombie form. Though the film is fictional the liberty taken with Osama Bin Laden assassination don't amount to much instead of infecting the US Osama Bin Zombie somehow swims back to Pakistan after killing a couple on a beach. That is later followed up with the introduction of our NATO special forces. At first glance the group has personality making the most killing Pakistani zombies only to go downhill quickly. Immediately after being introduce to the NATO special forces the film plays up a character death with overly heavy dramatic music. Unlike the characters, as a viewer this scene should have been saved in the second act to come across more strongly instead of a throwaway plot device. Within these twelve minutes the film has a rocky start only to reach the destination in worse condition than it began. Each character personality is copy and pasted among the NATO special forces. All are a little comedic, all spout out expositions, all have weak characterization, and everyone of them is idiotic. Forget about serving the country what these NATO special forces needed was better training. It's hilarious that a character who's an ordinary man (whose perk allows him to be explosion resistant) thanks Call of Duty for his proficiency in armed combat has better aiming than the NATO special forces. From combat maneuvers the NATO operatives are unaware of their surrounding that every other battle scenario results in a death no longer shocking them. More questionable is not carrying a melee weapon of any sort. The only woman on the NATO special forces has the right idea bringing a sword to not only carry out quiet kills, but also a back up when ammo run up dry. This decision is made more questionable when the NATO special forces clearly know of the zombies existence (yes the 9/11 attack and government is needlessly involved in this too). Even falling into the zombie plot device trap of splitting up into groups. Leaving you speechless that a character who fight zombies with his shirt off survives longer than someone with proper equipment. I feel sorry for this fictional America in "Osombie". I would never trust these clowns with my own life yet if these clowns are the best we have serving than America is doomed. Director John Lyde works on a low budget and does impress in some areas. His shot position was that of an expert able make little appear as grander than it actually is. Zombies carnage is in huge supplies as well as some decent practical gore effects. These effects could be taken for granted whenever blood spurts out from a gunshot it's in CG and the shoddy CG is made more evident when in the last minutes with plastic looking air vehicles. Acting leaves plenty to be desired, though that's mostly from a poor script. Most of the performances are monotone and much like the characters personality the performances are copy and pasted. Paul D. Hunt being the exception with his charismatic persona on the stale material. Giving a scene a comedic value even if it's unintentional (one of his jokes is so bad it made zombies appear). Now the biggest strike against film is the editing by Airk Thaughbaer and Kurt Hale. There's several occasion when a gunshot or sword slashing off screen would drown out conversations making it difficult to listen to even the most basic of conversations. Another issue with the editing is the usage of music being bombastic. Some scenes would have left a bigger impression without hard rock music playing. Taking the fun of seeing zombies murder is also by the power of terrible, terrible editing. Osombie provides a huge body count at the cost of competent editing making a bad movie harder to watch. Like the zombie terrorist themselves whatever life the script could have taken is beaten to the floor with poor characterization, editing that drown out what the actors are saying, and the utter lifeless essence of providing anything resembling joy. Infuriating the viewer instead of providing some dumb fun escapism.

Sean B (it) wrote: Not as fucked up as I had hoped, but still really good...

Red L (mx) wrote: This is an interesting movie. Set in Sweden in the early 1900's. Back in the days when life was hard, marriages were until "death do us part" and there is no AA. Makes you glad to know that we things are a little easier now.Maria rises above the banality of that life - with the help of a camera she won in a lottery, and a soul-mate - the local photographer.

Kamila B (ru) wrote: Before I saw the movie I read it is the best selling comedy in the Czech Republic. Hmmm... weird. I found maybe 2 or 3 scenes funny, but the rest was nothing really spectacular.

Ryan J (kr) wrote: my second favorite kid tv show!

Dustin P (us) wrote: Pretty lame. It's a lot of over-the-top acting and story. It was often so ridiculous that you can't help rolling your eyes and making noises like "pssshhh". However, it's a kids movie and very young kids will likely enjoy it. If you're over the age of 8, you probably won't get much enjoyment out of this.

David M (us) wrote: Bad movie and i was at the premiere!!

Joel B (es) wrote: not even close to how good the book is, but still a good movie.

Indu R (it) wrote: A really good movie depicting the real life of what top high school athletes deal with when being recruited. Good acting and a good plot.

Nicki M (jp) wrote: Very good, but at times confronting viewing. For the first half it just seemed to be a lot of detailed sex scenes (though not overly graphic apart from female nudity). I was a bit worried the whole thing would be like that with no real point to the movie. Thankfully there is a moral to the story, and that's not overly pleasant viewing either, but it is thought provoking.

Munaah K (br) wrote: about a kid with a terminal disease ... poignant and light hearted tale ... Mani Ratnam magic ...

Joshua F (es) wrote: Some of the ideas present are good ones, and Heather O Rourke is still good in her iconic role, but sadly the execution of this movie is digustingly bad, and it even further ignores not only continuity, but even the message of it's previous installments for the sake of yet another unnecessary sequel.

Camei R (ru) wrote: The relationship between Hannah and Redford was super awkward. The plot was kind of dumb. Debra Winger was annoying. Not much else to say besides that fact that this is exclusively for Robert Redford lovers.

Tristan P (es) wrote: Muddled and rather silly horror film, but a must see because of the cast. One of Karloff's last watchable films. Barbara Steele fans will love her in this...

Pavandeep S (ca) wrote: Excellent thriller with a great running scene.

Matthew B (nl) wrote: The characters and storyline drew me in immediately. Great film.