Tough to Kill

Tough to Kill

A ruthless hit man, joins a group of mercenaries deep in a South American jungle. His plan is to kidnap and collect the million dollar bounty on one of the other hired soldiers during one ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:88 minutes
  • Release:1979
  • Language:Italian,English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   soldier,   assassin,  

Deep in the African Bush there is a mercenary with a contract for 1 million dollars on his head.... just his head... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jill H (it) wrote: Disclaimer: These movies were NOT chosen by me, and have NOTHING to do with my actual taste in cinema. The choosing method for all these films is laid at the feet of my husband Rick. His method involves either randomly choosing from the new release list, or closing his eyes and saying, "4 down, 12 over" and whatever the Netflix Queue lands on with those numbers is what I am forced to suffer through for the next two hours. At some point I am sure we are going to need couple's therapy. Bad Movie Critique #1Airplane VS Volcano I have decided to type this while watching this disaster so I don't miss too many of the 'gems' included in this obviously low budget 'film'. First thing I want to say is who designed this opening sequence?? You could roast marshmallows from the flames used to introduce the cast. Oh YAY. Dean Cain is leading the pack, this HAS to be good. Superman is about to save the day. Oh wait, he's just an airplane passenger. Everyone is going to die. There really needs to be a font for sarcasm. I'm not sure anyone reading this is going to understand the full intent of my comments. Oh sweet lord in heaven, this movie should be over already. THIS AIRPLANE IS IN THE FREAKING VOLCANO WITH NO PILOT. IN THE VOLCANO. Ummm... It took 5 whole minutes of this movie for somebody to take the pilot's place. Why are they not all dead?? Dean Cain to save the day people! I called it. Oh NOW they see the Volcano. How long does it take the people in the window seats to figure this out? All the way until soot & ash is hitting the windows of the plane. What's that outside the plane dear? Oh nothing honey, just what's left of Hawaii ERUPTING... No big. I've seen people get more upset over turbulence. Wow. What could make this situation better? That's right! The MILITARY! Let's throw some uniforms in the middle of something that nobody has any control over and see what happens. They called it Airplane VS Volcano but it's about to be Uncle Sam VS Mother Nature. Am I allowed to bet on the winner? Please?? You know, because humans are SO great at controlling nature. Well, wrecking it. Ok, now this is just sad. We just lost a helicopter. Somehow they missed the fact that volatile conditions, extreme heat, and electronic equipment do not mix. So explain this one, the helicopter bit it within a few hundred yards of this thing, but the 747 inside the blasted thing, leaking fuel I might add, has still has NOT managed to explode. Oh yeah, and they are DODGING lava bombs. By the grace of God and a cat hair they just saved themselves from the jet fuel igniting at the very last second with a timely flick of a switch. And now we have a psychotic Muslim calling for a mutiny on the only guy left on the plane who CAN fly ( a crop-duster) in favor of the auto-pilot which is programmed to fly them only in circles, over the Volcano. Racial profiling anyone? At the slightest resistance, the psycho tries to hijack the already doomed flight with a single serve size liquor bottle. Enter the Air Marshall (Finally! This guy has been horrible at his job, he shouldn't be allowed to fly) who finally shuts the idiot up, after allowing multiple unauthorized passengers inside the pilot's cabin. At this point even my two year old daughter is begging to 'Watch a baby movie. Daddy movie is bad'. I think that sums it up nicely. Oh wait, here we go! We have a nerd trying to make contact with a tablet. Airplane communications are down, scientists have died, an entire beach of people obliterated (though somehow the camera catching the destruction survived), but one guy in the middle of the volcano with a tablet has managed to make contact with the U.S. Military. If he survives, he's going to have quite a few job offers in the tech industry. But I'm sure he's feeling great about his survival because a commanding officer just gave him instructions to relax, and sit tight. Flying over a volcano that is about to make the first eruptions look like baby spit up. Uh Oh. I see a hero emerging! We have a private who is willing to buck the C.O.! Yes folks, we are about to see a miracle delivered by a 19 year old who's first order is to get him a tanker. A tanker. What the hell is he going to do with a TANKER TRUCK that is going to make this situation any better? Refuel the plane? Vacuum the volcano? What?? I'm sorry my friends but the only LOGICAL way to save these people is if Doctor Who lands the TARDIS in the middle of the plane and saves the whole damn crew, and if the most LOGICAL conclusion involves praying for the Doctor to arrive then you know you've got one mell of a hess on your hands. Are you kidding me? Why are they suspending a man OUTSIDE the plane with a tether made of seatbelts? And he's wearing an oxygen mask from the plane. How's that working out for you buddy? Because it isn't attached to anything. I think I see the future.... Yep, there he went. They caught the seat belt tether on the edge of the door as they tried to pull their hero back in and... oops. Definitely not a high IQ that came up with that brilliant plan. Y'all should just go ahead and hit the minibar. You're going to need it. Look out boys in uniform. Here come the lava bombs! There are people on the ground, and we're talking miles from the actual Volcano here, and you've got car tires melting, explosions of vehicles, burn injuries and more, but the PLANE dodging the LAVA BOMBS is still flying. I'm starting to think I'm part Vulcan because the sheer lack of logic of any kind is confusing me to the point of madness. Oh hey! Look out! The seatbelt sign is now on passengers, I fully expect you all to obey it. Oh. My. God. The 19 year old rebel Army private honestly expected to drive a tanker up the volcano to refuel the plane. You have got to be shitting me. He JUST decided it was too dangerous. No shit Sherlock. So now tell me, who the hell did you get to volunteer for this mission? I'm going to assume the guy is ok with marrying his sister, because you would have to be severely inbred and lacking of any kind of brain matter to believe you could drive a fuel tanker up a volcano that is spewing magma like the kid from the exorcist blew split pea soup. In case you didn't know this, you shouldn't even use a cell phone next to a gas station, much less attempt to refuel a plane that cannot land with a tanker truck PARKED on the side of a Volcano. I'm going to need recovery time from this. My brain hurts. Holy hell Batman they are now flying fighter jets in to this mess and are attempting to zipline the passengers to safety. I cannot emphasize enough that all this is taking place mere yards from the bubbling activity below in the liquid hell that is an active, erupting VOLCANO. Epic Hollywood volcano survivor Tommy Lee Jones himself would have to shake his head and give up on the rescue efforts being imagined in this monstrosity. Oh look! We have survivors! Imagine that. All except poor Superman. He is now incapacitated by a piece of shrapnel in his shoulder and is apparently going to sacrifice himself to the Roman god Vulcan so he can go and be with his wife & child since he waited till the end of the movie to tell his pitiful back story. You know, you can't have a tragic hero without a sad back story. It just wouldn't be the same if he flung himself into the hot lava for NO reason now would it? Is that a tear running down my cheek? Nope. Still nothing. He could have saved his ass if he wanted to. There WAS a zipline waiting for him outside in the lava bombs after all.... Thankfully this is the end. Superman is dead, the nerd lived, the government still has most of its' fighter jets, and logic has forever been destroyed. I can only be happy that the time I've spent killing precious brain cells has highly entertained my husband, as my comments have not been restricted to the typing on this page. There's been a ton of verbalization going on, though mostly it's been a lot of what the f***, are you freaking kidding me, oh sure because THAT makes sense, and about every 5 minutes I've yelled some version of what the ever-loving bloody hell are they thinking??? To which he replies with the type of laughter that makes the kind of noises only dogs can hear. I think we were both crying at some point. Which is saying something. Not that we were emotional, just so stupefied that our bodies had to show some kind of release of the trauma. And I thought Sharknado was bad. Disclaimer: These movies were NOT chosen by me, and have NOTHING to do with my actual taste in cinema. The choosing method for all these films is laid at the feet of my husband Rick. His method involves either randomly choosing from the new release list, or closing his eyes and saying, "4 down, 12 over" and whatever the Netflix Queue lands on with those numbers is what I am forced to suffer through for the next two hours. At some point I am sure we are going to need couple's therapy. Bad Movie Critique #1Airplane VS Volcano I have decided to type this while watching this disaster so I don't miss too many of the 'gems' included in this obviously low budget 'film'. First thing I want to say is who designed this opening sequence?? You could roast marshmallows from the flames used to introduce the cast. Oh YAY. Dean Cain is leading the pack, this HAS to be good. Superman is about to save the day. Oh wait, he's just an airplane passenger. Everyone is going to die. There really needs to be a font for sarcasm. I'm not sure anyone reading this is going to understand the full intent of my comments. Oh sweet lord in heaven, this movie should be over already. THIS AIRPLANE IS IN THE FREAKING VOLCANO WITH NO PILOT. IN THE VOLCANO. Ummm... It took 5 whole minutes of this movie for somebody to take the pilot's place. Why are they not all dead?? Dean Cain to save the day people! I called it. Oh NOW they see the Volcano. How long does it take the people in the window seats to figure this out? All the way until soot & ash is hitting the windows of the plane. What's that outside the plane dear? Oh nothing honey, just what's left of Hawaii ERUPTING... No big. I've seen people get more upset over turbulence. Wow. What could make this situation better? That's right! The MILITARY! Let's throw some uniforms in the middle of something that nobody has any control over and see what happens. They called it Airplane VS Volcano but it's about to be Uncle Sam VS Mother Nature. Am I allowed to bet on the winner? Please?? You know, because humans are SO great at controlling nature. Well, wrecking it. Ok, now this is just sad. We just lost a helicopter. Somehow they missed the fact that volatile conditions, extreme heat, and electronic equipment do not mix. So explain this one, the helicopter bit it within a few hundred yards of this thing, but the 747 inside the blasted thing, leaking fuel I might add, has still has NOT managed to explode. Oh yeah, and they are DODGING lava bombs. By the grace of God and a cat hair they just saved themselves from the jet fuel igniting at the very last second with a timely flick of a switch. And now we have a psychotic Muslim calling for a mutiny on the only guy left on the plane who CAN fly ( a crop-duster) in favor of the auto-pilot which is programmed to fly them only in circles, over the Volcano. Racial profiling anyone? At the slightest resistance, the psycho tries to hijack the already doomed flight with a single serve size liquor bottle. Enter the Air Marshall (Finally! This guy has been horrible at his job, he shouldn't be allowed to fly) who finally shuts the idiot up, after allowing multiple unauthorized passengers inside the pilot's cabin. At this point even my two year old daughter is begging to 'Watch a baby movie. Daddy movie is bad'. I think that sums it up nicely. Oh wait, here we go! We have a nerd trying to make contact with a tablet. Airplane communications are down, scientists have died, an entire beach of people obliterated (though somehow the camera catching the destruction survived), but one guy in the middle of the volcano with a tablet has managed to make contact with the U.S. Military. If he survives, he's going to have quite a few job offers in the tech industry. But I'm sure he's feeling great about his survival because a commanding officer just gave him instructions to relax, and sit tight. Flying over a volcano that is about to make the first eruptions look like baby spit up. Uh Oh. I see a hero emerging! We have a private who is willing to buck the C.O.! Yes folks, we are about to see a miracle delivered by a 19 year old who's first order is to get him a tanker. A tanker. What the hell is he going to do with a TANKER TRUCK that is going to make this situation any better? Refuel the plane? Vacuum the volcano? What?? I'm sorry my friends but the only LOGICAL way to save these people is if Doctor Who lands the TARDIS in the middle of the plane and saves the whole damn crew, and if the most LOGICAL conclusion involves praying for the Doctor to arrive then you know you've got one mell of a hess on your hands. Are you kidding me? Why are they suspending a man OUTSIDE the plane with a tether made of seatbelts? And he's wearing an oxygen mask from the plane. How's that working out for you buddy? Because it isn't attached to anything. I think I see the future.... Yep, there he went. They caught the seat belt tether on the edge of the door as they tried to pull their hero back in and... oops. Definitely not a high IQ that came up with that brilliant plan. Y'all should just go ahead and hit the minibar. You're going to need it. Look out boys in uniform. Here come the lava bombs! There are people on the ground, and we're talking miles from the actual Volcano here, and you've got car tires melting, explosions of vehicles, burn injuries and more, but the PLANE dodging the LAVA BOMBS is still flying. I'm starting to think I'm part Vulcan because the sheer lack of logic of any kind is confusing me to the point of madness. Oh hey! Look out! The seatbelt sign is now on passengers, I fully expect you all to obey it. Oh. My. God. The 19 year old rebel Army private honestly expected to drive a tanker up the volcano to refuel the plane. You have got to be shitting me. He JUST decided it was too dangerous. No shit Sherlock. So now tell me, who the hell did you get to volunteer for this mission? I'm going to assume the guy is ok with marrying his sister, because you would have to be severely inbred and lacking of any kind of brain matter to believe you could drive a fuel tanker up a volcano that is spewing magma like the kid from the exorcist blew split pea soup. In case you didn't know this, you shouldn't even use a cell phone next to a gas station, much less attempt to refuel a plane that cannot land with a tanker truck PARKED on the side of a Volcano. I'm going to need recovery time from this. My brain hurts. Holy hell Batman they are now flying fighter jets in to this mess and are attempting to zipline the passengers to safety. I cannot emphasize enough that all this is taking place mere yards from the bubbling activity below in the liquid hell that is an active, erupting VOLCANO. Epic Hollywood volcano survivor Tommy Lee Jones himself would have to shake his head and give up on the rescue efforts being imagined in this monstrosity. Oh look! We have survivors! Imagine that. All except poor Superman. He is now incapacitated by a piece of shrapnel in his shoulder and is apparently going to sacrifice himself to the Roman god Vulcan so he can go and be with his wife & child since he waited till the end of the movie to tell his pitiful back story. You know, you can't have a tragic hero without a sad back story. It just wouldn't be the same if he flung himself into the hot lava for NO reason now would it? Is that a tear running down my cheek? Nope. Still nothing. He could have saved his ass if he wanted to. There WAS a zipline waiting for him outside in the lava bombs after all.... Thankfully this is the end. Superman is dead, the nerd lived, the government still has most of its' fighter jets, and logic has forever been destroyed. I can only be happy that the time I've spent killing precious brain cells has highly entertained my husband, as my comments have not been restricted to the typing on this page. There's been a ton of verbalization going on, though mostly it's been a lot of what the f***, are you freaking kidding me, oh sure because THAT makes sense, and about every 5 minutes I've yelled some version of what the ever-loving bloody hell are they thinking??? To which he replies with the type of laughter that makes the kind of noises only dogs can hear. I think we were both crying at some point. Which is saying something. Not that we were emotional, just so stupefied that our bodies had to show some kind of release of the trauma. And I thought Sharknado was bad. Disclaimer: These movies were NOT chosen by me, and have NOTHING to do with my actual taste in cinema. The choosing method for all these films is laid at the feet of my husband Rick. His method involves either randomly choosing from the new release list, or closing his eyes and saying, "4 down, 12 over" and whatever the Netflix Queue lands on with those numbers is what I am forced to suffer through for the next two hours. At some point I am sure we are going to need couple's therapy. Bad Movie Critique #1Airplane VS Volcano I have decided to type this while watching this disaster so I don't miss too many of the 'gems' included in this obviously low budget 'film'. First thing I want to say is who designed this opening sequence?? You could roast marshmallows from the flames used to introduce the cast. Oh YAY. Dean Cain is leading the pack, this HAS to be good. Superman is about to save the day. Oh wait, he's just an airplane passenger. Everyone is going to die. There really needs to be a font for sarcasm. I'm not sure anyone reading this is going to understand the full intent of my comments. Oh sweet lord in heaven, this movie should be over already. THIS AIRPLANE IS IN THE FREAKING VOLCANO WITH NO PILOT. IN THE VOLCANO. Ummm... It took 5 whole minutes of this movie for somebody to take the pilot's place. Why are they not all dead?? Dean Cain to save the day people! I called it. Oh NOW they see the Volcano. How long does it take the people in the window seats to figure this out? All the way until soot & ash is hitting the windows of the plane. What's that outside the plane dear? Oh nothing honey, just what's left of Hawaii ERUPTING... No big. I've seen people get more upset over turbulence. Wow. What could make this situation better? That's right! The MILITARY! Let's throw some uniforms in the middle of something that nobody has any control over and see what happens. They called it Airplane VS Volcano but it's about to be Uncle Sam VS Mother Nature. Am I allowed to bet on the winner? Please?? You know, because humans are SO great at controlling nature. Well, wrecking it. Ok, now this is just sad. We just lost a helicopter. Somehow they missed the fact that volatile conditions, extreme heat, and electronic equipment do not mix. So explain this one, the helicopter bit it within a few hundred yards of this thing, but the 747 inside the blasted thing, leaking fuel I might add, has still has NOT managed to explode. Oh yeah, and they are DODGING lava bombs. By the grace of God and a cat hair they just saved themselves from the jet fuel igniting at the very last second with a timely flick of a switch. And now we have a psychotic Muslim calling for a mutiny on the only guy left on the plane who CAN fly ( a crop-duster) in favor of the auto-pilot which is programmed to fly them only in circles, over the Volcano. Racial profiling anyone? At the slightest resistance, the psycho tries to hijack the already doomed flight with a single serve size liquor bottle. Enter the Air Marshall (Finally! This guy has been horrible at his job, he shouldn't be allowed to fly) who finally shuts the idiot up, after allowing multiple unauthorized passengers inside the pilot's cabin. At this point even my two year old daughter is begging to 'Watch a baby movie. Daddy movie is bad'. I think that sums it up nicely. Oh wait, here we go! We have a nerd trying to make contact with a tablet. Airplane communications are down, scientists have died, an entire beach of people obliterated (though somehow the camera catching the destruction survived), but one guy in the middle of the volcano with a tablet has managed to make contact with the U.S. Military. If he survives, he's going to have quite a few job offers in the tech industry. But I'm sure he's feeling great about his survival because a commanding officer just gave him instructions to relax, and sit tight. Flying over a volcano that is about to make the first eruptions look like baby spit up. Uh Oh. I see a hero emerging! We have a private who is willing to buck the C.O.! Yes folks, we are about to see a miracle delivered by a 19 year old who's first order is to get him a tanker. A tanker. What the hell is he going to do with a TANKER TRUCK that is going to make this situation any better? Refuel the plane? Vacuum the volcano? What?? I'm sorry my friends but the only LOGICAL way to save these people is if Doctor Who lands the TARDIS in the middle of the plane and saves the whole damn crew, and if the most LOGICAL conclusion involves praying for the Doctor to arrive then you know you've got one mell of a hess on your hands. Are you kidding me? Why are they suspending a man OUTSIDE the plane with a tether made of seatbelts? And he's wearing an oxygen mask from the plane. How's that working out for you buddy? Because it isn't attached to anything. I think I see the future.... Yep, there he went. They caught the seat belt tether on the edge of the door as they tried to pull their hero back in and... oops. Definitely not a high IQ that came up with that brilliant plan. Y'all should just go ahead and hit the minibar. You're going to need it. Look out boys in uniform. Here come the lava bombs! There are people on the ground, and we're talking miles from the actual Volcano here, and you've got car tires melting, explosions of vehicles, burn injuries and more, but the PLANE dodging the LAVA BOMBS is still flying. I'm starting to think I'm part Vulcan because the sheer lack of logic of any kind is confusing me to the point of madness. Oh hey! Look out! The seatbelt sign is now on passengers, I fully expect you all to obey it. Oh. My. God. The 19 year old rebel Army private honestly expected to drive a tanker up the volcano to refuel the plane. You have got to be shitting me. He JUST decided it was too dangerous. No shit Sherlock. So now tell me, who the hell did you get to volunteer for this mission? I'm going to assume the guy is ok with marrying his sister, because you would have to be severely inbred and lacking of any kind of brain matter to believe you could drive a fuel tanker up a volcano that is spewing magma like the kid from the exorcist blew split pea soup. In case you didn't know this, you shouldn't even use a cell phone next to a gas station, much less attempt to refuel a plane that cannot land with a tanker truck PARKED on the side of a Volcano. I'm going to need recovery time from this. My brain hurts. Holy hell Batman they are now flying fighter jets in to this mess and are attempting to zipline the passengers to safety. I cannot emphasize enough that all this is taking place mere yards from the bubbling activity below in the liquid hell that is an active, erupting VOLCANO. Epic Hollywood volcano survivor Tommy Lee Jones himself would have to shake his head and give up on the rescue efforts being imagined in this monstrosity. Oh look! We have survivors! Imagine that. All except poor Superman. He is now incapacitated by a piece of shrapnel in his shoulder and is apparently going to sacrifice himself to the Roman god Vulcan so he can go and be with his wife & child since he waited till the end of the movie to tell his pitiful back story. You know, you can't have a tragic hero without a sad back story. It just wouldn't be the same if he flung himself into the hot lava for NO reason now would it? Is that a tear running down my cheek? Nope. Still nothing. He could have saved his ass if he wanted to. There WAS a zipline waiting for him outside in the lava bombs after all.... Thankfully this is the end. Superman is dead, the nerd lived, the government still has most of its' fighter jets, and logic has forever been destroyed. I can only be happy that the time I've spent killing precious brain cells has highly entertained my husband, as my comments have not been restricted to the typing on this page. There's been a ton of verbalization going on, though mostly it's been a lot of what the f***, are you freaking kidding me, oh sure because THAT makes sense, and about every 5 minutes I've yelled some version of what the ever-loving bloody hell are they thinking??? To which he replies with the type of laughter that makes the kind of noises only dogs can hear. I think we were both crying at some point. Which is saying something. Not that we were emotional, just so stupefied that our bodies had to show some kind of release of the trauma. And I thought Sharknado was bad

Andy W (ag) wrote: Teen love set against a relentlessly bleak backdrop is a bit like looking for comedy in "threads".

Aly D (gb) wrote: To quotes that were awesome You never really know what was good anyway until time has passed and you think about it so your mind grows Things don't have to last forever to be perfect

Tom V (ru) wrote: It's not terrible by any means, and it has some moments, but by no means is it legendary!

Sheila M (au) wrote: i thought it was going to be different than it was. disappointing. not much dialog. a little like hostel. a bit of a surprise ending. just a bit.

Shawn S (jp) wrote: This has a fun story, a great cast, and thrilling action.

Doctor S (ag) wrote: Bottom-of-the-barrel sword-and-sandal nonsense set in ancient Rome. Tally Chanel as the attractive innocent girl snatched into slavery has a couple eye-opening moments while Sybil Danning surprisingly keeps her toga on throughout.

Federico F (jp) wrote: Great reboot of a never-ending saga of a new and captivating 007, played by a big Daniel Craig, who seems to have embodied the true James Bond

Luke Z (mx) wrote: Okay at first when I saw this film I liked it watch it again and was disappointed but then for the third time it really wasn't that bad I found it to be pretty funny knowing my sense of humor but I honestly quote this a few times a day really isn't that bad but disappointing knowing we're it was coming from and what the original was! Could have went with out it but still would have kept asking for another dumb and dumber sequel otherwise. Overall not bad of a film and pretty funny!

Sherry R (us) wrote: I'm a big fan of John. Woody, not so much. I couldn't get interested in this disjointed comedy.

Lorna C (au) wrote: This is a movie that I'll always remember. I watch it a hundred of times.

Alfin N (gb) wrote: Mena Suvari, Kathy Bates, Rob Schneider, Tia Carrere, Vinnie Jones, Stephen Tobolowsy, what the hell are you doing in this?