The Beat Nicks are musician Nick Nero and poet Nick Beat, a pair of self-styled truth-seekers who'd better find a gig or they'll be out on the street. Their luck begins to change when they find a box on the beach, a treasure chest of infinite beats that will set the stage for the ultimate success, a gig at the Monkey Club. But when Nick Nero falls in love with Nica, the club owners captive bride, he learns that they are some truths better left unsought. Hard knocks and a trip to rock bottom reunites the Nicks to preform the gig of a lifetime, and return the box to its source
- Stars:Norman Reedus, Mark Boone Junior, Élodie Bouchez, Eric Roberts, Patrick Bauchau, Lisa Marie, Jon Gries, Jovana Brown, Bruce Comtois, Camilla Overbye Roos, Vick Sabitjian, Nicholson Williams, Marc Wint,
- Director:Nicholson Williams,
- Writer:Nina Jo Baker, Nicholson Williams
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(it) wrote: Had potential, and is an enjoyable movie if you're in the mood for something mellow and somewhat meaningful. It has a good message at its core but don't go into it expecting an exciting and thrilling western.Beautiful cinematography, slow moving plot, good message. Pacing is the issue and its drawn out and boring at times
(de) wrote: Not a bad film -good rental.
(br) wrote: So incredibly odd, there's little I can say about it. Mostly a foreign film, but some of the dialog is in English as well, which was a bit confusing for me. Otherwise, the plot made NO sense whatsoever; in fact it overall felt something like a depressing, repetitive dream that would never end. For fans of this director, perhaps it would be a highly rated film, but for most NORMAL human beings, it is merely a waste of time.
(ru) wrote: Not the best war movie ever, but not the worst.
(de) wrote: young(er) charlotte gainsbourg was a pleasure to watch, as always. wasn't feeling the triangle-deception plot. but the ending... oh, so French!
(es) wrote: Dolf Lundgren and the director of Invasion U.S.A. and Missing in Action making a Russian orientated Rambo-type film! Sign me up! With a combination like this I went into this film expecting another entertaining B-action film in the vein of Joesph Zito's previous action outings. Sadly without Cannon Films banking it seems Zito fails to provide use with his magic he did previously and instead makes a rather tedious action affair.Lundgren is the "Red Scorpion" of the title (like you couldn't figure that out!). The Russian government sends Lundgren, their top soldier, to Africa to hunt down and kill a rebel leader that is giving Russian bases some flak. Lundgren infiltrates the group by look like a deserter but along the way ends up becoming empathetic towards the rebels views. His government in turn tries to exterminate Lundgren so Lundgren gets angry and bullets begin to fly. I won't lie, I came out of Red Scorpion extremely disappointed. It starts off all right but quickly degrades into a nearly actionless display of Lundgren living with some natives. It does have two good action sequences, especially the climax but that comes an hour and a half too late. The production values are also rather flat and the lighting for one thing looks really cheap. It's nice to see lovable character actors M. Emmet Walsh and Brion James present but they are in mostly thankless rolesDolf Lundgren is perfectly cast as the nearly speechless title character and these are the roles he was made for. Many action films make the mistake of having him talk too much and as if anyone couldn't notice, he can't act worth a damn! So when he has less lines to say, the tougher he seems. I also really dug the few Tom Savini effects sequences where a torturer sticks metal spikes into Lundgren and especially when Lundgren shoots the arm off a guy holding a grenade at the end. That last one gets me to laugh every timeSadly a few cool effects sequences and two solid action sequences aren't enough to keep Red Scorpion from being a dud. It just doesn't have the same flare as Zito's previous action outings and sadly this filmpretty much killed Zito's career. Perhaps if Cannon financed the film it would have been gloriously bad but as is it is just bad. A sequel did follow in the early 90's but it was just a sequel in name alone.
(br) wrote: Le couple Montand-De Funes est formidable.
(mx) wrote: Excellent WWII POW drama in the tradition of Stalag 13 with an intelligent and interesting screenplay. I can't understand why it didn't do better at the box office, unless those who went to see it were expecting a Die Hard Meets the Nazis type flick.
(gb) wrote: Funny in places but very predicable #watchable
(fr) wrote: Grade - A-Touching the Void tells of an unbelievable fight for survival, with gripping direction from Kevin Macdonald and a truly amazing narration by the two climbers. This true story deserves to be seen.
(nl) wrote: Just another "western" set on the steppes with the Cossacks and Poles playing the cowboys and indians.