Small Soldiers

Small Soldiers

When missile technology is used to enhance toy action figures, the toys soon begin to take their battle programming too seriously.

After military manufactured computer chips are put in a line of action figures, they end up with minds of their own and try to invade an Ohio suburb, and do battle with another line of toys that have the same chips. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Rendan L (gb) wrote: Lo and Behold has some good ideas and Herzog directs with his usual style but it's too scatter-brained for its own good Grade: C+

Carlos M (br) wrote: The most interesting thing in this solid biopic is how it shows us one side of Linda Lovelace's life and then subverts it to reveal the real dark truth behind all that we are witnessing, becoming a touching drama about a terribly unlucky woman caught in a very sad life.

Swetha A (de) wrote: An average watch. Neil Nitin Mukesh has a fresh screen presence and a lot of appeal. Seems to be a promising actor.

Allan C (jp) wrote: Okay revisionist western with Marlon Brando wanting to open a horse breeding farm with his friend, but conflicts arise when bandit John Saxon steals Brando's prized titular horse. Apparently Brando and director Sidney J. Furie clashed so much on set that it got to the point that Brando would read a book while in front of the camera and only put it down when Furie called action, which shows in Brando's lazy performance. However, Furie does infuse the film with a nice visual style and Saxon is quite good as the antagonist. Emilio Fernndez, who was the main bad guy in "The Wild Bunch," plays one of Saxon's henchmen. Brando apparently years later admitted to Furie he had done a good job on the film and would like to make another film with him. Furie refused.

jane o (ag) wrote: It was alright but certainly nothing to rave about. the mother needed a good slapping but loved jane fonda and lindsay lohan characters although lindsay was a bit annoying. certainly wouldnt rush out to get it but worth a bit of a watch ( was better than watching the election coverage thats for sure)

Jason R (de) wrote: [font=Trebuchet MS]This movie is terrible. Let's just get that out there right now. From the first scene you can tell that this is a low budget film.[/font][font=Trebuchet MS][/font] [font=Trebuchet MS]The film is not so much about Jeffrey Dahmer, but about his dad and what happened to him (and his wife) during the time he was arressted and after. The filming is horrible, the film is grainy and the acting is worse than a high school movie project. The only good thing that they do is make me feel like I was actually with his dad the whole time; From the 13 minute scene where he places 5 consecutive phone calls of varying importance to whatever the end of the movie was,I felt like I was right there with him, and I wanted to leave. Not intresting in the least.[/font][font=Trebuchet MS][/font] [font=Trebuchet MS]If you want something about Jeffrey Dahmer, watch a History Channel special about him. Avoid this movie at all costs.[/font]

Deb S (es) wrote: Susan Sarandon is an artist and book illustrator married to Craig (Sam Neill), a successful architect, and has two beautiful young daughters. Plagued by artist's block, Sophie is also struggling to cope with the grief and sorrow of losing her mother who recently passed away. Already emotionally unsettled, Sophie notices things going missing and other strange things happening in her home. Eventually, she begins to suspect that Mara (Emily Blunt), the beautiful and seductive new comer at Craig's office, is breaking into her home and playing some sort of sinister game with Sophie's family. Her sanity is quickly being put into question as nobody believes on her and she begins to stalk Mara, in the hopes of proving that she is right. The ending's "big twist" (after a previous twist), was slightly confusing, too brief and un-dramatic, and by then, who in the hell cares anyway?

Caroline C (ca) wrote: Would like to see it

Nick P (us) wrote: Couldn't even watch the whole thing. It was like a bunch of elementary school kids got a hold of a camera and started filming random things. The story was horrible, the filming was terrible, the acting was amatuer, and the gore was almost invisible.

Sokha A (es) wrote: Luv dis movie I really miss watchin it...wonder if my sister got da movie..=)

Melissa F (ag) wrote: I just love Sutherland as a vampire in the 'The Lost Boys', which he is a very good actor in this as well!

Chris D (es) wrote: Although Danny Elfman's score leaves something to be desired, the rest of this Sam Raimi masterpiece is candy for your eyes, every single frame of it. Darkman is a bold piece of filmmaking that isn't afraid to run its audience through an emotional gamut. Take the fucking elephant, and see this movie.

Denise H (br) wrote: Great movie. Must see . Exciting and great finish.