The Perfect Weapon

The Perfect Weapon

In a not too distant future, a totalitarian state run by ‘The Director” (Seagal) controls all aspects of life. All enemies of the state are dealt in the harshest way. Most of them are executed by the secret government’s assassins. The best operative is code-named “Condor” (Messner) – an elite agent and hit man for the government. However, in his latest assignment, “Condor” fails to kill an opposition leader, and finds himself on the run from the very same government agency that he works for. This sets in motion a chain of events with unforseen consequences for all involved.

In the not so distant future, society is controlled by the powerful State and a dictator known as the Director. Condor works as a hitman for the State, but a reunion with someone he thought was dead forces him to consider who his enemies really are. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Joshua S (es) wrote: Yes I watch all the Step Up instalments and yes I enjoy them thoroughly.

Jonny D (au) wrote: Kind of silly. Creepy characters for kids.

Joshua B (nl) wrote: An action film of the most epic proportions. I haven't seen an action film of this caliber since the original Die Hard. The story is deep, the characters are fully fleshed out, the action is amazing, there is a reason to everything. You care about the heroes because they are likable, and you understand the bad guys because they have a purpose than to just do bad things. I really can't say enough good things about it. If you are an action fan, buy this movie. Just remember to watch it in it's original Cantonese language. Trust me, you can read. A classic.

Nicole G (ca) wrote: I think I expected more...but was happy with what I got.

Parikxit R (fr) wrote: if we could give more stars

Luke B (de) wrote: Savior is a film that forces you to confront the harsh realities of the world. It doesn't play scenes for excitement or entertainment, nor does it offer an easy escape for the audience. Dennis Quaid goes through hell in this film. He loses everything he loves, and then turns into a monster. The film is about his redemption. It could be argued as to whether he is the savior, or if that label goes to the baby he is protecting. Slowly, Quaid regains his humanity, but it isn't some schmaltzy love-fest. It shows Quaid's frustration and anger as part of what makes him human. The film is very grim and hard to watch. This is mainly due to the relaxed style Predrag Antonijevic adopts. Scenes you can imagine containing slow-motion, quick cuts and powerful music, are simply shot and edited as they would happen. It's shocking to see such huge moments played out with such subtlety, but it is also the film's major strength. If you don't mind powerful yet difficult cinema, check out Savior.

Larry Y (es) wrote: another supermarket DVD 2.99 DVD combo pack purchase

Alex K (it) wrote: This Film Got A ''Two Thumbs Down'' On Siskel & Ebert.

Randy T (kr) wrote: Dare I say it? A poor-man's Babe.

Carol H (br) wrote: A forgettable, unfunny comedy.

Robert H (de) wrote: It's toys... that kill people! I love it! Baby oopsy is such a good character and the toys themselves are brilliant. Laser firing robot, killer clown in the box and man eating stuff bear are perfect killer toys. Not since the Puppet Master has a film with killer toys been this much fun.Though the acting isn't great, the production value is low and the whole good versus evil kid thing was a bit much and not really told that well, I still managed to enjoy this crazy flick.Not for everybody, but if you're into campy low budget killer toy movies, you'll love Demonic Toys.

Byron B (br) wrote: Recently read the stage play on which this is based. Not much of the dialog or interactions between the characters has been saved in this adaptation. Not that I thought the stage play was that amazing. Each of the stewardesses had names that started with "J," and there wasn't much that defined them as individuals. The whole play is restricted to one set of course, the apartment where Bernard and his fiancees live. I found all the blocking hard to visualize, and the housekeeper's attitude was hard to grasp. This movie takes a lot of freedoms, but I'm not sure it helps or hurts. There is no longer an American stewardess, but instead a British stewardess named Vicky. The German stewardess is now named Lise. The French stewardess is still named Jacqueline. Some of the poetry and appreciation of art by the German girl is now attributed to the British girl. The French girl instead of the German girl accidentally kisses Bernard's friend Robert when she enters and only sees the back of his head. The British girl falls in love with Robert instead of the German girl doing so as in the play. And the German girl has some sleeping medicine that knocks her out and keeps her out of the way for several scenes. I'm not sure why the makers of the movie would choose to make such changes to the plot and the stewardess characters. Does the sleeping medicine make it seem more plausible when all three girls are in the apartment at once? Do the filmmakers think the audience doesn't want to see the German character as clearly defined? Anyways, the camera shows us the airport in Paris, a restaurant, a cafe, and a taxi chase. Also while Bernard and Robert are outside the apartment, a new character is introduced. Pierre finds stewardesses on different schedules and provides other information for a price. When I saw the video case I was intrigued to see another performance from Thelma Ritter as the housekeeper, Bertha. All of a sudden the type of character the housekeeper is supposed to be became more clear. Except her performance isn't that strong here. The part hasn't been written that strongly. There aren't enough of Ritter's usual snide, tough as nails remarks.Jerry Lewis is more Buddy Love here than any one of his cross eyed accident prone creations. What I mean is that he is just a straight man to the comic situation surrounding him and Tony Curtis. There is very little mugging for the camera, weird vocal outbursts, or double takes with his eyes going cross. Once he understands the situation that his buddy Bernard is in he is more of a schemer, a blackmailer than the play portrays. Tony Curtis is very high strung as Bernard. He doesn't allow the stress of the timetables to do a slow burn as much, which I think works a bit better in the stage play script. There sounds like there is potential in the concept of this story, but there are many other farces that deal with characters who are secret to one another, and which derive more laughs out of the situation.

Jeab S (de) wrote: savage. hated the rape scenes.

Lilian L (it) wrote: Watch this movie because it's based on Lawrence Block's novel, and it does look like a novel. Guess the movie will not so good if there's no Liam Neeson. I like Lawrence Block. I've read some novels of his, but no this one. This makes me wants to get a copy to read sometime.

Facebook U (it) wrote: Jennifer was really quite a cutie. It a crazy muppet film, filled with crazy characters. Never seen it before. Quite ridiculus at the beginning and many other times thoughout, which could be a quality for a comedic film. Great set and animations.

Pawel A (de) wrote: Reputedly the original "Alien", "It!" is too silly even for the 50s. The crew of a spaceship discovers an alien passanger on board. As the creature devours crew members, they try to destroy it using.... grenades and a bazooka! High cheese factor.