A mad scientist transfers his mind to a wicked robot, which then embarks on a program of kidnaping, rape and murder, during which a female detective is killed. To fight the robot, the police woman's corpse is then made into a robotrix.
- Stars:Amy Yip, Chikako Aoyama, David Wu, Billy Chow, Hoi-sing Cheung, Richard Edward, Ken Goodman, Efi Hetz, Wing-Hin Ho, Siu-dan Hui, Mark King, Chung Kwai, Chung Lam, Hin Ming Lee, Chung Lin,
- Country:Hong Kong
- Director:Jamie Luk,
- Writer:Jamie Luk, Siu Man Sing
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(gb) wrote: This film is weighed down by the major flaw that there are no likeable characters. Sure, most of the time, just having cardboard thin characters show up to be slaughtered is enough but in this case, the downtime is long and boring and with new likeable characters, there is no reason to stay engaged. Yes, there are a couple interesting kills but even those are overshadowed by the mistake of making the first death hopelessly bland. Tack onto the whole mess a twist that is just laughable and this film positions itself as a massive failure. No thrills, no chills, and hardly any laughs.
(ru) wrote: You gotta watch those weird, quiet kids....good, gory, bloody fun. Basically, a homicidal Home Alone.
(kr) wrote: The first movie was better than this
(jp) wrote: This movie just takes off and hopes you catch up. Kind of a dizzying effect until you piece it together - just like you are the Rhys-Meyers character. Travolta's over the top performance takes some getting used to (as does the chrome dome). The story is worth following, however the entirety is like a whirlwind that rushes by leaving you bewildered and wanting.
(fr) wrote: Best Worst Movie is a fascinating exploration of the cult phenomenon that has arisen around the B-horror film Troll 2. Centered around small-town dentist and Troll 2 star George Hardy, the documentary follows his journey as he discovers the underground cult following that the film has generated and attends several midnight screenings around the country, along with a couple of horror movie conventions, all building to a cast reunion and on-location screening where Troll 2 was shot. Additionally, various fans and film critics are interviewed, and discuss how they found the film and why it resonates with audiences. Yet the filmmakers are dutiful to show that Troll 2's appeal is rather limited to a select audience that appreciates B-movies, and that most of the cast and crew acknowledge how bad the film is. Providing an interesting look at how a "bad movie" can gain a life of its own, Best Worst Movie is incredibly compelling.
(ag) wrote: Crazy good movie !!!
(nl) wrote: I really enjoyed it. And the cast is beautiful.
(br) wrote: A very good, gritty feel-bad HK movie.
(jp) wrote: 1/1/2014: An entertaining movie with a good cast.
(ag) wrote: Unexpectedly entertaining, this movie is a combination of smart performances and smart arguments.
(fr) wrote: Dardenne Kardeler'den i burkan bir kaak gmen/ii yk 1/4s 1/4.
(gb) wrote: An interesting story and a good movie
(br) wrote: A ton of stars in this one, but it really feels kind of pointless at the end.
(au) wrote: Decades have passed since the last time I saw Moving Violations, and this time, I watched it in my quest to find Eighties comedies that I either haven't seen in a long time, or heaven't seen at all. I remembered it being a fun movie. Is it (still) any good? Totally! It's a silly, light-hearted comedy about a bunch of people who have to go to driving school due to acquired traffic violations, lead by slacker-joker Dana Cannon, played by John Murray. Neal Israel directed it right after Bachelor Party, so the vibe is the same, and John Murray acts a bit like Tom Hanks did in Bachelor Party, but even more like his brother Bill. It's an ensemble comedy where our group of lovable misfits - consisting of such comedic clichs as a hypochondriac, half-blind granny, family man, horror enthusiast, artist and our main guy's love interest - have to pass their tests in spite of evil cops who just happen to be driving school teachers. So, it's a bit like Bachelor Party, a bit like Police Academy, it's a little comedy with a lot of heart and you can tell that the cast had fun filming this. A nice slice of the Eighties, and a fun, enjoyable ride; pun intended. One of those movies you can watch many times, ideal for lazy afternoons or a as a bedtime flick. Highly recommended for fans of the decade. Highlight: Jennifer Tilly is really cute in this one. And for movie trivia nerds, this title is full of siblings of famous actors, famous actors at the beginning of their careers, and Fred Willard.
(mx) wrote: Robert Altman's 3 Women is a surreal pre-cursor art film to Single White Female, but it also has a lot lurking beneath the surface. The film's first half is slow and steady, only ramping up the tension and weirdness for the finale half. There are lots of hidden meanings and themes, which is surprising because Altman came up with this movie from a dream and improvised most of the script and dialogue. I felt myself not being able to stay concentrated on the film, as its non-linear plot is different. The movie has some fantastic imagery and subtlety, but it doesn't mean its not boring because it is.
(de) wrote: I think this movie was made more enjoyable by Alain Delon speaking english and also his face in general. Actually everybody was hot in this movie, which is why you want to keep watching it. Otherwise it's sort of corny and the characters are flat... but the ending was hardcore enough to save it.
(fr) wrote: A rare Bergman film that doesn't make you put a gun in your mouth. Regardless, a brilliant, nigh-Shakespearean comedy. Some of the best dialogue I've ever heard (or read, as the case may be). This was before Bergman transitioned into his deeply existential phase, but there's obviously some of that here, as it always was and remained one of the primary themes in his work. Yet another masterpiece.
(us) wrote: Slow in places. But the performances of the two leads keeps you intrigued. There are some beautiful shots peppered throughout the movie. This indie is truly driven by its characters and so its a good thing that it's characters are interesting enough to warrant a watch. Not something that is essential to watch but if you have 90 minutes spare this character study is worth your time
(fr) wrote: Very watchable, Kevin James makes this film.
(jp) wrote: A complete clusterfuck