Trancers 5: Sudden Deth

Trancers 5: Sudden Deth

Jack Deth is back for one more round with the trancers. Jack must attempt to find his way home from the other-dimensional world of Orpheus, where magic works and the trancers were the ruling class (before Trancers IV, that is). Unfortunately, Jack's quest to find the mystical Tiamond in the Castle of Unrelenting Terror may be thwarted by the return of Caliban, king of the trancers who was thought dead.

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James C (de) wrote: What a fucking fantastic movie! I love how calm and easy-going?? it is. Just a genius depiction of a man's every day life that never leaves you bored. I absolutely love this film.

Nic B (fr) wrote: Rolf De Heer's latest is an amusing look at Australian suburbia, with compelling characters at it's core. An entertaining, witty and well made Aussie film.

Eric V (ag) wrote: UGH. This film is terrible. Everyone here is wasted other than Lloyd and Hasselhoff, who are just hamming it up as parodies of characters they've played before. Everything but the 3D falls flat

Gabriel A (ag) wrote: Quando se olha para as cenas de ao h pouca qualidade, mas o apelo emotivo o livrou do fracasso, se tratando de ao o roteiro (C) razovel. Scott Adkins (C) superior a Van Damme nas atuaes.

Fredrick R (es) wrote: an interesting look at lies, deception, race and sexuality all converging in a head on collision

Joseph C (br) wrote: Life is a gamble. How much are you willing to risk?

Massimo B (br) wrote: Lei bellissima. La regia molto intensa. La storia un po' cos. Insomma, l'estetica vince.

Arin D (ag) wrote: Another one of those French films where the greatest existentialist crisis revolves around someone or the other having sex. Or not having it. Well, in this particular case the man in question has a case of recurring amnesia (shades of Memento) and hence there's this beautiful 'novelty' every time he succumbs to the charms of the same girl (his continuing girlfriend). The people involved are all supremely good-looking so that's a bonus. Unfortunately these events don't happen to the rest of us, which is not a bonus. Hard to believe any of the tripe, but it was all entertaining for a while.

Jeremy P (de) wrote: One of the best Kung-Fu movies ever made

Olivier B (ca) wrote: The top of the top of ridiculous.

Morgan M (jp) wrote: I found this movie after playing "Varsity Drag" in band. I love Peter Lawford in this movie...and how quickly he says all those words in "The French Lesson". And I can't forget Mel Torme....Golden Fog indeed.

Clive W (mx) wrote: There's not much out there of this quality. Thankfully.