A three-star general is court-martialed and sentenced to a military maximum security prison, The Castle. There, he rallies together 1200 inmates to rise against the corrupt system that put him away. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Last Castle
A Court Martialed general rallies together 1200 inmates to rise against the system that put him away.
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Al M (ag) wrote: The Ford Brothers deliver once again with The Dead 2: India, which shifts the action from the first film's African setting. Featuring amazing cinematography and character-driven story, The Dead 2 blends brutality together with drama to demonstrate how zombie films can still be done right.
gary t (nl) wrote: well ummmn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is an alright movie 2 watch......i think that this has got some quite funny scenes throguhout this movie.......its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie.......i think that devon bostick, christopher lloyd, martha macisaac, brandon jay mclaren, brittany allen play good roles/parts throughout this movie..........i think that the director of this action/adventure/horror/comedy movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie.......i think that the special effects throughout this movie were pretty good as well thorughout this movie.......its an entertaining movie but i think that this is an enjoyable movie 2 watch......i think that the soundtrack throughout this movie was pretty good as well.......i think that the car chase scenes were pretty good as well throughout this movie........i think that this is an enjoyable movie 2 watch its got a good cast throughout this movie.......i think that this could have been a bit better but i still think that this is a really enjoyable zombie movie.......its got a good cast throughout this movie its an enjoyable action/adventure/horror/comedy movie with a good cast throughout this movie...
Terri H (kr) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested
Andrew L (fr) wrote: Though sometimes the jokes are a little flat and stale, "Bubba Ho-Tep" makes up for it in its way out there idea's and a spot on performance by Bruce Campbell as The King.
Vince N (mx) wrote: Magnificent and motivating Trilogy
Chris C (kr) wrote: I was actually really enjoying this until about 1/2 way through. The story & directing took a horrible turn for the worse. It had its moments... & then it ended with 40 minutes of bad ones.
explodingboy1989 (br) wrote: Michael Dudikoff and Steve James reunite for the second time in this semi-sequel to Chuck Norris' 'Invasion U.S.A.' This time, Dudikoff takes over the Matt Hunter role, as he must protect his friends and his family from a group of right wing fringe Survivaists/White supremacists. This is one of Dudikoff's best roles, it's also perhaps the darkest action movie he's starred in next to 'Midnight Ride.' There are several scenes that will drop your jaw for the pure brutality and everything is played to the grittiest effects, with little humor. The main bad guy is awesome in this, he spends the majority of his time waxing poetically about Hilter while dressed like Hue Hefner in his bathrobe, petting a kitty. I half-expected bubbles to come out of his pipe. Avenging Force is helmed by Sam Firstenberg, and he brings the same mixture of humor and over-the-top action to the table here as he did to 'American Ninja.' It's nowhere near as over-the-top as 'invasion U.S.A.', but it's still filled with its moments of hilarity- people get shot and bodies go flying in weird contortions right out a Hong Kong flick, the baddies are dressed like they're going to the leather bar or celebrating Mardis Gras (it does take place in Louisiana). Steve James I think was underused here. He's still cool as ever, and Dudikoff's bud, but he doesn't really get to show off as in the American Ninja movies. One great scene is where he's shot by machine guns and gets an arrow in the back and just walks away like nothing ever happened. I think Dudikoff has never been more convincing as a bonafide tough guy than here. He plays this mostly straight, and you can buy into it- whereas something like 'Moving Target' or 'Cyber Jack' would see him as an everyman goofball. He's still Dudikoff, and he still rules. And why there was no sequel to this, we'll never know. It practically sets one up to be made. I felt like I was watching a cliffhanger ending to a two part movie, but the second never came out. Highly recommended.
Aysha A (kr) wrote: Enjoyable movie bit of the top at times thou ???
D M (ca) wrote: Over-the-top film dealing with anthropology students tracking Bigfoot through the backwoods. Bigfoot doesn't take too kindly to this, and disappears a lot of people. Most of the mutilations are presented via flashback (also shown is Bigfoot forcefully making a half-breed on a lady). This isn't at all related to the 1957 film by the same name (which actually had a demon). Pretty much what you'd expect from a film which was on the infamous "Nasties" list drawn up by UK censors.
Amanda K (ag) wrote: This movie was great, cause it was way different than other 50's films."DON'T FORGET THE BIRTHDAY PANTS"
Zaid S (jp) wrote: It had a real potential, but the poor choice of cast killed it!
Ethan L (br) wrote: i have it and haven't watched it yet
Jerry G (fr) wrote: The same comment as the other Green Lantern movie. Discrimination is America's number one favorite hobby. America loves to destroy cultures.