Troy (Bill Scott), a suicidal office employee, forms a bond with Lorri (Lulu Benton), a crisis counselor with a secret necrophiliac obsession. The two make a secret pact: Lorri will help Troy kill himself, if she can have her way with him afterward. But, as they prepare to go through with the deed, Troy's feelings for Lorri begin to grow, putting a strain on their seemingly ideal arrangement, as Troy wonders if he really does want to give his life (and Lorri) up.
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(br) wrote: Tries to be a funny slapstick comedy and fails. It's just not very funny and poorly written. I did chuckle a few times though and a few performances are ok but the whole movie feels stagey and forced.
(ru) wrote: Dolph Lundgren just won't quit will he. I mean like every single year, this guy releases a lot of direct to dvd action films, and they all suck. I have to commend him though, for still working, and still going strong. But "Direct Contact" really does have to be one of the worst that I've seen. This plot is simple, get the girl, save the girl. That's all you need to know. As I was watching this movie, it was pretty obvious that the film editing team just didn't care about the end result. Why do I think this? Because if you look at transitions from one scene to the next, it looks as if a high schooler made it. There countless continuity errors in this movie, and it's really frustrating to watch. Maybe my copy was a bit messed up but it seemed like there was a problem with the audio overs, they sounded completely messed up. I don't think it was my copy.....The acting in this movie is sickening, and that's no surprise. The script is terrible, the acting is terrible, the delivery sucks, and it's just a complete mess. There really isn't anything more to say about that. But the one reason this movie isn't getting half a star is because I was SLIGHTLY impressed with some of the car chases. I felt like some of them were filmed well for a direct to dvd film. But that's about the only nice thing I can say about "Direct Contact". The Main bad guy (forget his name): "I got a lot of money Mike! and I'll give it to you!"Mike Riggins: "You won't live long enough!".....(Has to be one of the worst lines ever)........nice Dolph....
(jp) wrote: It has been a long long time since I have seen a film this bad. Truly, it's not even good/bad it's just plain awful. Can't imagine why this film is so star-studded, they must have read a different script. Bizzare, cheap and badly scripted, and not in a good way.
(au) wrote: A funny thing keeps happening to me when i watch these Ken Loach films.They start, i follow the characters and there situation and i get so transfixed in it that i forget i'm watching a film and before i know it the credits roll. Martin Compston is outstanding as Liam. An actor who makes not only the situation palpable to the audience but makes the viewer feel the environment he lives in as well. A depressing film but every note in this film rings true.
(fr) wrote: More quirk...rediculously hysterical, dry and plain strange characters make this tremendously funny!
(ag) wrote: Just Cause's filmakers seem to have been blissfully unaware that the plot twist casually introduced into the middle of their film had the (presumably unwanted) effect of reversing its political stance, or if they were aware of the problem they ignored it. A suitably convoluted plot was obviously thought to be more important than political consistency. But Connery is always likable with that Scottish accent, even in a small role Harris adds some needed kick, and the story isn't too bad, from what I paid attention to anyway, not bad. Worth watching!
(au) wrote: A much too pat story line with some decent martial arts action. The acting is on the poor side. About what you'd expect from a 70's kung fu movie and nothing more.
(es) wrote: very well done for a 1930s film, really captures how the german people responded to Hitler
(ag) wrote: The sight of Jerusalem might be pleasing, but the premise is as old as the archaic city and not even the new installment of glasses can rejuvenate the tired gimmick.Regardless of one's faith, almost everyone can agree that Jerusalem possesses a strikingly beautiful view. Using it as the setting is already a surefire way to enhance visual and it's the best feature of "Jeruzalem". It also opts for smart glass gimmick which can be a nifty addition at times, however the first person endeavor in horror genre is a bland and tired one, a spectacle many others of its peer has done better.The magnificent environment pays dividend early on, it instantly produces more scenic atmosphere than other mockumentary. One can make a family video of the place and it would still look pretty captivating, but adding horror segment is another matter entirely. The on-screen characters are team of painstakingly predictable tourists and a couple of equally unremarkable locales.On the course of the trial, they will bump into stereotypical corny situations such as quarantine zone, giant monster appearing out of nowhere and "who's bitten" accusations. Nearly everything has been done before and in greater quality. A few of its original scenes are incredibly stupid, showing a mentally disturbed man running around in biblical costume, riding a bike or mumbling incoherently in close up or at precarious time. After the promise of the great city and its opening premonition scene, it utterly falls down in usual dark alleys, literally in caves with shaking motion. It's hard to form relationships with the characters since they often react over zealously or trying too hard to fit themselves in the mold of overused dramatization of horror genre. It becomes tiresome at the latter half rather than inspiring. The choice of vista is splendid, it might have been a nice ad for gadget too, but as far as horror goes, it's merely an average showing.