The Heart Specialist

Suave Harvard Medical School grad Ray Howard seems destined to specialize in womanizing. That is, until he heads to Florida to intern under the tutelage of chief resident Dr. Sidney Zachary...

. . Sidney Zachary. That is, until he heads to Florida to intern under the tutelage of chief resident Dr. Suave Harvard Medical School grad Ray Howard seems destined to specialize in womanizing

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Users reviews

Allen R (nl)

Sure, the plot is a complete cribbing of King Kong, but appropriately so - it was, after all, originally conceived as a sequel. After hearing so much negative word of mouth over the years, I didn't expect to find such a naively charming western-kaiju hybrid featuring some of Harryhausen's best stop-motion work

Emiliano R (ag)

Excelentes actuaciones de los tres y muy linda msica de fondo. Se describe muy bien la tristeza de Paul que tiene raz en un acontecimiento familiar pasado, bastante doloroso. La historia trata de como se van vinculando estos tres hombres entre si, con personalidades muy distintas y no tanto. Paul regresa vivir con su padre y su hermano menor por un profundo estado depresivo que le ha producido la ruptura con su pareja. Es una pelcula muy interesante

Evan C (mx)

The shots are creative and perfectly-executed and the performances are pretty strong but the story is fairly typical coming-of-age teen angst movie despite its many attempts to pretend that it's not

Everett J (ca)

There are moments where it reaches a certain level of genius but these are few and far between. However, it is wanted only to create an atmosphere of such phenomena it succeeded to a point. I don?t know the point of this film but if it was to make its audience feel that they were going to be attacked by Genghis Khan?s hordes, it sort of failed. Ultimately, this is a film that is worth watching if you don?t mind waiting for a fright that never materializes. These are some of the most inarticulate men to gather in one place aside from American football games and election halls. One never quite feels Genghis Khan in the film and it just seems to be merely a story about a bunch of military guys trapped in a cave with absolutely nothing intelligent to say to one another. Overall, this film is moderately successful in selling the idea that Genghis Khan?s spirit has found its way into a cave 700 years after his reign. Gary Stretch as Nash definitely has screen presence that is molded by his ability to appear nonchalant on screen while still maintaining a certain intensity. Kramer is quite good at being menacing, difficult and strained. Chris Kramer does the creepy eye thing with expert precision as he slowly burns away into a stellar madness. Pepper is the type of soldier who never quite comes home and Bacic manages to capture the essence of this phenomenon. Steven Bacic conveys a certain manner of confusion and terror in his character. Indeed he seems to be phoning it in at times but he still conveys a viable threat that hangs over the entire film. There is nothing original about his performance. The hardest working man in show business, Michael Madsen, growls quietly, groans a bit, a plays the same heavy he?s been playing for years. Nothing stands out. The performances in this film are adequate for what it is. So, in this regard at least, the film succeeds flawlessly in capturing the essence of what it would feel like to be trapped in a cave with those sinister spirits mulling about. There is no way out and it certainly seems as if this is the case. It feels like death is upon you in a weird way as the walls do not move and you are forced to reside along with these characters in a relatively confined space. It plays out in a pedestrian fashion with the interior of the cave serving as some glorified tomb. There is nothing glorious or thrilling here. So, aside from the sexy ghosts the aesthetics of this film lack a certain focus. Give me female apparitions any day of the week and I?ll be set. I could care less which men were led to the slaughter and which one?s survived. In my mind, the floating women were the most intriguing aspect of the whole story. Anyway, there were a couple of those flying about shrieking passages out of the Koran (OK, probably not, but in my version?remember I was nodding off at this point?it seems to make sense). The eyes take on a mysterious power far more beguiling than what we see in the West. Some of the female spirits are sexy in that middle east covered from head to toe kind of way. Moreover, I gradually lost interest in the characters so by the time of the final scenes I?d checked out and was dreaming of the fat man splashing in his kiddie pool. Perhaps I?m just daft and its perfectly reasonable (again, according to the logic of the film) but I couldn?t see it. To me the final sequence doesn?t make a whole lot of sense in the context of the film. There?s a twist that comes through in the end that is supposed to explain everything but only manages to confuse the issue. Everybody ends up in a cave and a few die and wacky spirits appear and then we are shown what is really going down. There isn?t a lot to be said regarding the plot of this film. It feels like a ripoff. Still, this is a major plot point and we hardly ever get a chance to see it unfold. There is something to be said about showing less. No, the creators want to tease you and perhaps this isn?t too terrible a strategy. He certainly looks like Genghis Khan ought to look (we will never know for certain) and possesses the screen for those few seconds, but there is no eating of heads, no dashing brains to bits, no poetic ruminations with the sword against the tepid flesh of the infidel. The scenes where Genghis Khan is present rush by so all you get is a fleeting image of him and his horse. The terror associated with him is nowhere to be found and the result is a fairly ludicrous film that doesn?t come through when it needs to the most. The thing about this film is one never quite feels the presence of Genghis Khan despite his occasional appearance. The rest is merely wait and see as Genghis Khan swirls about deciding which ones he wants to turn into a leather coat for his horse. There aren?t really any action sequences save one fight between our guys and the Pakistani-Afghani border patrol. For a machismo exercise there aren?t many displays of raw bravado in this film. If not, then its just laziness on his part and thereby beyond the pale. If this is an acting technique then its brilliant because it slows the scene down to the point that it becomes almost hallucinatory. In these scenes Jonathan is decidedly languid and appears to be on the verge of falling asleep. She is terrified but cannot tell Frank because they don?t speak the same language. Jonathan starts tripping out by telling Amad?s wife Soroya (Maryam Ghaeni) that he is going to kill her and Frank (Murdocco). Regardless of what does it, the ranks rather quickly deplete and much chaos ensues. Several of the members are killed by what appear to be ghosts or disembodied spirits. Only now, our unwitting soldiers find themselves essentially trapped in it and are forced to come to terms with their own fear. It is considered a sacred cave and has been for thousands of years as numerous tribes have fought over it and tried to claim it as their own. This is the magic cave where ghosts appear and the film employs a rather effective score to create the sensation that this is a creepy place where a lot of strange schitt goes down. So you basically have a double mission which works out as they rescue the first man, Amad (Quinn) and stumble into a cave where the other man is hiding out. One of the soldiers, named Pepper (Bacic) wants to rescue Jonathan, (Kramer) a man he left behind a year ago. Otherwise, this film features the Khan and a few of his cronies terrorizing the hell out of a group of big dog soldiers who return to Afghanistan to rescue a man who is in dire straights. If this is beyond your reach, then you might be advised to spend your time going through your old baking sale receipts instead. This story is ultimately won or lost on whether or no you actually believe in the power of Genghis Khan to return to haunt the living and play hideous tricks of the brain on them. Hogan and Christine Stringerstarring Michael Madsen, Steve Bacic, Colin Lawrence, Steven Cree Molinson, Chris Kramer, Pete Antico, Vince Murdocco, Francesco Quinn, Gary StretchAfghan Knights maintains a decent energy throughout in telling its story about the creepy modern day manifestations of Ghengis Khan. Afghan Knightsdirected by Allan Harmonwritten by Brandon K

Joseph H (de)

haah what the heck?this is a movie? gotta see

Kelly H (gb)

it looks really good

Kurt M (jp)

eed I say more?. One of the worst movies ever made by Troma Films

lisa p (fr)

loved the fire wepon

Mitchell L (br)

. . Well done Bobcat. High tension and creepy. Tent scene scared the shit outta me

O (br)

i havent cn it but i hav heard of it