Termination Man

Termination Man

When a Serbian terrorist blackmails NATO and the U.N. with a deadly nerve gas, a covert squad is the Free World's last hope. Led by Dylan Pope they must "terminate" the threat before it terminates them!

When a Serbian terrorist blackmails NATO and the U.N. with a deadly nerve gas, a covert squad is the Free World's last hope. Led by Dylan Pope they must "terminate" the threat before it terminates them! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Termination Man torrent reviews

Darla S (br) wrote: Hyped up wayy too much. Good music. Story fell short. Would love to see more of Barbara Mori in Bollywood, she's beautiful.

Rob I (us) wrote: definatley worth a look for horror/zombie fans. the actings not great in parts and diabolical in others but i quite enjoyed it "cheese factor" i spose

Tim M (au) wrote: A Japanese Unbreakable with Aikawa.

Mitchell B (ru) wrote: A great sequel to one of the greatest comedies of all time.

Cameron C (nl) wrote: Outstanding. A great picture of change in China in the late eighties and early nineties. Hypnotic.

Corey S (ru) wrote: Love this film it's really funny and all the actors are really good in it show me the money is the best scene ever

Geeraard V (us) wrote: Three fun to watch anime shorts

EviL F (mx) wrote: good story...seen at the fantasia festival films here in montral...

Beatri N (de) wrote: entretenida, tiene ms aos que la tana, pero hoy la he vuelto a ver. rob lowe es un niato en esta peli, pero es entretenida, a mi me gusta

Gregg P (kr) wrote: Well intentioned sword and sorcery adventure has a few things going for it but there are far too many shortcomings to overcome. Our hero Hawk (John Terry) has inherited the "Mind Sword" from his father after he is murdered by his other son the evil Voltan (Jack Palance). Voltan has an army behind him while his brother gathers the stereotypical small band of hero's to help him defeat his brother. The small band includes a giant a dwarf and an elf and each gets a suitably stilted introduction. John Terry is ineffective and seems out of his depth at times, the fact he had some subsequent success seems to indicate either; poor casting, the obviously poor dialogue he was saddled with or a lack of direction. The largely British supporting cast is somewhat subdued and while they don't stand out they also don't embarrass themselves, they include; Annette Crosbie, Harry Andrews, Bernard Bresslaw (Carry On films), Roy Kinnear, W. Morgan Sheppard and Cheryl Campbell. Jack Palance as the villain of the piece is way over the top. The film sticks with many fantasy archetypes but strangely flips other on their heads. The result being that when these variations on the fantasy staples occur they are glaringly incongruous. The story is absurdly straight forward and simple as is the structure of the film, perhaps given a better budget it could have achieved more. The special effects are straight out of the era in which the film was made, and having a limited budget means they are somewhat embarrassing especially when they are poorly executed. We get big puffs of smoke to hide things, fairly cheap matte paintings for all the buildings, sped up film and spliced cuts to give the impression of speed. The films score is a very odd mix of orchestral and disco and while it may be appreciated my some it was far too strident and obtrusive to my ear. Despite the problems a true aficionado of fantasy might enjoy the film if they aren't too discerning.

James H (nl) wrote: OUTSTANDING WW2 PROPOGANDA FILM, WITH A ROUSING ERROL FLYNN PERFORMANCE. TENSE, EXCITING AND VERY WELL DIRECTED. ONE OF THE BEST FILMS OF ITS KIND.

AnnJean P (us) wrote: this was a good movie

Jon P (ag) wrote: This movie is totally funny

Panayiota K (us) wrote: A bit boring but charming at times. I mean you have Donald O'Connor's humor, Debbie Reynolds' cuteness and Gene Kelly's dancing.