Sakura Killers

Sakura Killers

Chuck Connors stars in this routine martial arts feature as the Colonel. He sends agents Sonny (Mike Kelly) and Dennis (George Nichols) to Taiwan in search of microfilm containing experiments on genetic engineering. The agents soon find themselves up against Japanese killers known as the Sakura who plan to sell United States secrets to the Soviet Union. Sonny and Dennis train with a martial arts master in order to fight the enemy and obtain the coveted microfilm.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:83 minutes
  • Release:1987
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:fight,   professor,   death,  

Chuck Connors stars in this routine martial arts feature as the Colonel. He sends agents Sonny (Mike Kelly) and Dennis (George Nichols) to Taiwan in search of microfilm containing experiments on genetic engineering. The agents soon find themselves up against Japanese killers known as the Sakura who plan to sell United States secrets to the Soviet Union. Sonny and Dennis train with a martial arts master in order to fight the enemy and obtain the coveted microfilm. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Matt C (br) wrote: An interesting companion piece seeing as this and 'The Armstrong Lie' were both aired recently on terrestrial TV. They're both a great watch but from different angles. This is probably a bit more journalistic in style and as a result gets more to the bones of Lance's character. He doesn't come out of this well, especially his treatment of the legend Lemond. David Walsh is always interesting to listen to and tells his part in the downfall of LA with real candour, Kimmage does his usual 'I'm amazing' schtick and can frankly do one, he's just as much a doper as Lance and he wasn't even doing it for real races. Betsy Andreu as always...is terrifying. An excellent documentary all round.

Kyle K (ag) wrote: I actually liked this. It was funny and touching and that kind of feel good garbage.

Tony D (it) wrote: very slow paced and monotone, it has its moments

monsieur r (br) wrote: A real bow-wow, this sucker smells worse than 3 days of relatives on your wedding night. Man is "tormented" by a ghost, a former lover who would not take the hint to get lost. A blind landlady completes this torrid and tormented film. Directed, written and produced by Bert Gordon. Must have been a real low budget film. He might have starred in it too. Jazz pianist Tom Stewart (Carlson), who lives on a Cape Cod island community, is preparing to marry his fiancee Meg. Shortly before the wedding, Tom's old girlfriend Vi (Juli Reding) visits and informs him that she will end Tom's relationship with Meg, using blackmail if necessary. While arguing on top of a lighthouse, the railing Vi is leaning against gives way. She manages to briefly hang on, but Tom refuses to help and watches her fall to her death. Moderately paced, this is one of those questionalble films that are fun to scorn. As serious cinema? Come on, not even close. But as I vowed not to review rottens, I barely gave this a fresh. Hey, do I want to be haunted by a female ghost? Not a chance, I have Illsa Lund to do that job. NOTES about the film: 1 The "ferry-driving beatnik" mentioned was played by Joe Turkel, who appeared in two other productions from Bert I. Gordon: The Boy and the Pirates and Village of the Giants, and who would go on to play "Lloyd the bartender" in Stanley Kubrick's 1980 version of The Shining; and "Eldon Tyrell" in Ridley Scott's 1982 film, Blade Runner. 2 The MST3K version of the film has been released by Rhino Home Video as part of the Collection, Volume 11 box set. 3 Tormented is a 1960 horror movie directed and produced by Bert I. Gordon for Allied Artists Pictures Corporation, and starring Richard Carlson. Starring Richard Carlson Susan Gordon Lugene Sanders Directed by Bert I. Gordon Produced by Bert I. Gordon Joe Steinberg Written by Bert I. Gordon George Worthing Yates Music by Albert Glasser Calvin Jackson Cinematography Ernest Laszlo Editing by John Bushelman Distributed by Allied Artists Pictures Corporation Release date(s) 22 September 1960 Running time 75 min Country United States Films directed by Bert I. Gordon 1950s King Dinosaur (1955) Beginning of the End (1957) The Cyclops (1957) The Amazing Colossal Man (1957) Attack of the Puppet People (1958) War of the Colossal Beast (1958) Earth vs. the Spider (1958) 1960s The Boy and the Pirates (1960) Tormented (1960) The Magic Sword (1962) Village of the Giants (1965) Picture Mommy Dead (1966) 1970s Necromancy (1972) The Mad Bomber (1973) The Food of the Gods (1976) Empire of the Ants (1977) 1980s Burned at the Stake (1981) 1990s Satan's Princess (1990)

Flora W (jp) wrote: The movie is not good. The dog is cool.

Teemu M (ru) wrote: Yet another romantic "comedy". Halfway decent movie to watch, although the plot is quite naive and boring.

Vlast M (us) wrote: Cool flick :-) Got to love Bruce!!!

Brad W (au) wrote: Joffe totally screws over the original script, gutting most of the reason to keep watching. Nice that on his way down he should drag others with him.

Jennifer R (es) wrote: So cheesy even for the eighties.

Tero H (it) wrote: Christopher Lambert, Jean Reno and Isabelle Adjani star in this "Film noir"'ish comedy, which, surprisingly, failed, not to entertain me, but to make heads or tails. Sluggish, seemingly pointless, and occasionally funny, the film was dubbed and that showed badly. The beautiful Adjani is always stunning, but other than that, the film immensely suffers from its general lack of purpose and pointlessness. There is really not enough action, and the other elements are far and few too.

David J (ag) wrote: It lacks a cohesive story and convincing performances, but "Hellraiser" is a campy cult horror film that's [h]elevated by it's eerie atmosphere, grotesque demons, and grisly scenes of torture.