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Dave J (nl) wrote: Monday, February 20, 2012 (2009) Hardwired SCIENCE-FICTION/ THRILLER Straight-to-rental but upon watching it, it's like a combination of a lot of science-fiction films with a message and like watching an original movie from a Philip K. Dick story which takes place in the ravaged future and the Chinese yen is worth more than the American dollar, and marketing companies are the only way that's making money. To make it as simple as possible, a car accident insues killing Cuba Gooding's wife and his unborn baby resulting in a corporation implanting a micro chip into his brain. Upon waking up, most or all of his previous personal experiences had been wiped clean including his relationship to his deceased wife only that the only thing that is replacing those memories are commercial ads and marketing similar to what people see on televsion. Everytime he questions or becomes curious about this new type of technolgy, the firm that did this to him always seem to know about he's been up to because of monitor cameras around the city and have the ability to make his head explode, except that someone has hacked into the firm's computers preventing any of that sort of thing to happen and are trying to use him to find out the answers. Nearly every scene through out is a new revelation which is a combination of alot of films main one being 'Eagle Eye" to "Total Recall" to "Enemy Of The State" The first 25 minutes is quite boring when it showed a man's head getting blowned up but upon watching it further viewers get to understand how, why and how come! It's a thinking film that suggests another possibility about how far advertising firms go to get people to buy their products! 3 out of 4
Jebus C (fr) wrote: This has to be one of the worst films ever made. It really is quite spectacularly awfu
Ian C (it) wrote: A really quirky comedy. Some genuine laugh out loud moments.
Mge A (mx) wrote: I don't know why I watched this movie, ah yeah it was only for David Schwimmer :) it was fun anyway..
Dustin D (de) wrote: Nacho Libre is charming at times, but at other times it irritatingly tries too hard. A documentary about Fray Tormenta, the real Mexican priest who supported an orphanage through lucha libre wrestling, would have been more engaging than this sad attempt to recreate Napoleon Dynamite in the world of Mexican professional wrestling.
Allan C (kr) wrote: Kurt Russell gets one of his best roles and really tears up the screen as a dirty cop investigating a sensitive case during the LAPD Rodney King trial. The story is a microcosm of what was wrong with society and the system during this time, but despite the heavy handed nature of the of the film and some rather convenient plot coincidences, it's great to see Kurt get a really meaty role to sink his teeth into and that makes this a cut above the average cop drama.
Mark B (br) wrote: I don't understand why this isn't more beloved. It's got it all: wit, heart, darkness and optimism. In fact I'd call it Capraesque.
Dillon L (gb) wrote: good solid movie but acting is lacking not bad
Dan A (gb) wrote: Decent flick but I can't fucking stand Mel Gibson.
Christopher S (fr) wrote: I seem to be in the minority here in that I find it hard to find others that enjoyed this film. Widely panned as an unnecessary sequel, I found it very eerie and enjoyed the supernatural creepiness that was present throughout, I also loved the idea of using mirrors as implements of horror. Nancy Orourke's final film as she died shortly after filming. Her condition is obvious throughout only adding to the eeriness of the film. I say give it a try with an open mind.
Rich (it) wrote: Very good movie that highlights the vain glorius consumerism we have fallen in to. We are not defined by what we have but more so by the people we have.
Tanya P (de) wrote: 80s fluff. But I have watched it dozens of times. Propaganda.
Aj V (mx) wrote: I love this movie, it's a combination of a soft-core exploitation and a charming drama, with Annen playing the innocent young girl perfectly.
Bryan M (ca) wrote: Fred "The Hammer" Williamson's best performance. Gritty NYC footage from early 70's and soundtrack by James Brown make this one of my fave blaxploitation flicks.
Andrew I (ag) wrote: I suppose for its time, the special effects are pretty good (even if the tarantula's feet don't always touch the ground!). The main plot and build-up are humdrum going on boring apart from some unintentional humour, then the last 20mins are almost exciting and action-packed, before the very end comes as rather a letdown. 6/10 if I'm being generous.
Phenyeia O (it) wrote: Outstanding movie John Wayne is my family favorite actor