A NYPD detective attempts to avenge the death of her father, but unwittingly becomes involved with one of his killers.
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Nilda V (gb) wrote: Excellent performance by Adrie Brody brings to light the crumbling values of society and how it permeates children, families and the educational system. It fails though to give the audience any type of hope for a brighter future.
Private U (mx) wrote: Ok, I thought that everything with Steven Seagal is automatically awesome. How wrong was I???!!! Not only is this movie absolutely horrible in every meaning of the word, you cant understand whats going on half the time. It is just a chain of events, followed by Seagal smacking up some guys from time to time. Sounds good I know, but this time it was just BAD!
Stefan G (es) wrote: The original Heavy Metal film was a classic film, so any sequel to that film would naturally have a lot to live up to. Unfortunately, what we ended up getting was a low-budget rehash of the "Taarna" plot from the original film, reduced to the level of bad film-making brought to uncomfortable lows. The producers have obviously cut corners everywhere possible. The characters are one-dimensional at best, and the acting is even worse. The story is tired and clich-ridden, with none of the enchantment or the energy of the first film. In fact, the writing is so terrible that the film frequently has to resort to abject sleaze and gore. The film itself looks like a cheaply made Saturday morning cartoon with terrible 3D effects (which I'm pretty sure is where most of the budget went). The film's pacing and atmosphere is also hindered by the bad scene transitions, which always seem to take you out of the film. The film is obviously more violent than its predecessor, but this time, it's all completely shallow. Everything in the film seems to be a poor attempt to rehash the plot of the "Taarna" vignette found in the original Heavy Metal. Variety and creativity are what made the original Heavy Metal movie great, and this film has neither, and the end result is a film that only a horny redneck teenager would like. Aside from the music, nothing about this straight-to-DVD disaster is even worth mentioning. It's an embarrassment not just to everyone who was involved in its production, but also to anyone who's had the misfortune of seeing it.
Alex K (br) wrote: 1972's The Godfather Is My Fourth Favorite Film.
Ben G (kr) wrote: I only wish I had seen it when I was a teenager. Very pleasant, often very funny, lots of nacked women. It interesting to see how society might have evolved hadn't it been for AIDS.
Harold S (jp) wrote: I've heard it called wes Andersons best film so I had high expectations and although I enjoyed it, it was disappointing to his other films.
Eliabeth S (de) wrote: Built nicely so that you really wanted to know how things worked out. Showed how ignorant paranoia can damage lives