The Most Dangerous Man in the World

The Most Dangerous Man in the World

During the Chinese Cultural Revolution, the US government sends a scientist to China to steal the formula for a new agricultural enzyme developed by the Chinese.

An American scientist is sent to Red China to steal the formula for a newly developed agricultural enzyme. What he is not told by his bosses is that a micro-sized bomb has been planted in ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Brandon W (au) wrote: Jug Face has a premise that is nothing special, but it turns it into something different which I appreciate. It is well acted, and it was interesting. It didn't felt like a horror film, but it felt like a thriller with a little bit of horror in it. There are some questions that weren't answered, but I think that's what makes it a bit creepier, it goes to the unknown and the viewers would think the worst of it. The effects are impressive and it didn't felt fake. Some people might get bored as it is a slow paced film, but it didn't made me bored. Jug Face is a film that needs to be more noticed in my opinion as it is a great film, and it's short so it'll go by fast.

David F (ca) wrote: Very worrying documentary about the amount of aluminium /aluminum and other chemicals/metals that NATO countries are releasing into the atmosphere in the hopes or reducing global warming. Problem is, these substances are poisoning our children and destroying the food chain. Susprise surprise, though, Monsanto are benefitting!!

Luciano G (fr) wrote: If you enjoy a proper horror movie that involves ghosts and hauntings, then "When the Lights Went Out" is well worth a watch.....though, this is hardly the type of movie that you'll watch a second time around once you've seen it the first time....

Amanda H (au) wrote: Clearly, I didn't watch this expecting to be able to take it seriously. And if I were rating this solely for acting, plot and production quality, it would be less than one star. The acting is probably the most wooden I've ever seen and the production is terrible. And there pretty much is no plot. But somehow, it kind of works. I wouldn't be tempted to watch this again, but I laughed out loud several times, and that's enough to make it worth sitting through.

Andy P (it) wrote: Best Worst Movie is an amusing and involving documentary which offers interesting insight into the minds of the people involved with the making of Troll 2. It benefits from Michael Stephenson's very personal direction; he essentially treats his examination of the cult movie phenomenon as a catch-up with his co-stars and it works well.

Chad W (it) wrote: In the end, the right decisions are made. But the journey to get there was pretty painful. With puns abound, you're sure to laugh (or at least groan) once or twice.Kid safe.

Martijn B (kr) wrote: A great and weird French comedy... It's like watching a cartoon come to life. All characters are set up as being a parody. Highly recommend it.

Mique W (fr) wrote: Von Trier tells a compelling love story, which is rivetingly acted and elegantly constructed. It's bold, daring and, unlike any romance film I've ever seen before. This is a rare kind of film that can satisfy as both romance and drama while still being artistic and intelligent.

Timothy S (it) wrote: Other than an unique bit of casting that was the film's one selling point, there's nothing all that noteworthy about "Relentless", a fairly routine serial killer movie that I nevertheless enjoyed to a certain degree. It's great fun seeing Brat Packer Judd Nelson break out of the teen genre playing a sadistic killer, and even though he's only given a handful of dialogue, it's a good performance. The guy is dealing with a lot of issues, but Nelson makes the character work with mannerisms and body language. Also good in one of his few starring roles is Leo Rossi as the lead detective on the case, fresh off his memorable turn in "The Accused" the year before. He's convincing in the part, and a commanding presence that holds the entire picture together. There's nothing special about the story, and with one possible exception, the murders are routinely filmed. However, William Lustig is a premier B-movie director who knows how to handle this material. After all, he directed one of the most gruesome serial killer movies ever in "Maniac". This one emphasizes story over gore, but the similarities are definitely there, and Lustig manages to get a few effective shocks in. The best scene involves the murder of a female songwriter, and the finale is pretty exciting as well. Despite the fact that it may feel like you've already seen this movie, "Relentless" does manage to offer up a few surprises along the way. The lead performances alone make it worth seeing, with Nelson surprisingly good at adding menace to his thankless role.

Wahid T (us) wrote: What makes a good movie a great movie? In the words of Supreme Court Justice, Potter Stewart, "I know it when I see it." And I've seen "Bloodsport" literally more than 150 times and it is beyond any spirit of a doubt a great movie. I'm not going to delve into the details of character development, score, cinematography, etc. It's all there. But it also has a clear grasp on the intangible known as greatness which is hard to describe yet universally recognized. Do yourself a favor and watch this movie.

Christopher B (us) wrote: B-mvie action hero Michael Dudikoff takes on man-hunters in the Lousinana bayou swamps in this entertaining, and sometimes mean-spirited adventure hokum.

Jess L (es) wrote: A beautiful and touching film that is a visual treat.

Simon P (de) wrote: Amusingly crap early 80s slasher presented by the Troma Team. Contains some truly shocking scenes, although these are unfortunately due to atrocious acting, occasional poor lighting and the truly disturbing sight of Principal Guglione's astoundingly indecent trousers. Some good laughs, silly horror and a brief early role for future scream-queen Linnea Quigley make it worth watching.

Kurt F (fr) wrote: I know I have seen this, but I don't know when it was. Probably 2010 or so.

Rebecca R (ru) wrote: Great story and consistent with the actual history of the Crusades. Enjoyed it immensely and thought thag the message was a great way to tie it up. On the contrary, you really would've had to study the Crusades recently to understand most of the movie.

bill s (jp) wrote: The book was great the movie was not even average.