An American soldier who had been killed during the Vietnam War is revived 25 years later by the military as a semi-android, UniSols, a high-tech soldier of the future. After the failure of the initiative to erase all the soldier's memories, he begins to experience flashbacks that are forcing him to recall his past.
Private Luc Deveraux and his sadistic sergeant, Andrew Scott, got killed in Vietnam. The army uses their bodies for a secret project, reanimating dead soldiers as deadly obedient cyborgs. However, their memories come back too. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Universal Soldier torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: The most inventive and courageous film making I've seen in a long time. In an era of bombast without substance, when superheros and sequels dominate the box office, this film harkens back to the days before all the great writing and acting abandoned the cinema for cable TV; when "independent" meant fearless exploration of character and the deepest aspects of storytelling. Bravo, Mr Mollner. May this be the first of many.
(gb) wrote: I love a slow build......the wick is lit and this scary candle burns superbly for 80 minutes. The acting is greater than you'd expect form a "genre" or B-Movie (which many may think it is). When the SCREAM guy calls you and asks "What's your favourite scary movie?", this may well be your answer.
(ca) wrote: Generic and predictable, but Yes Man still possesses a certain charm and comedic value. The romance is hard to buy, but overall the comedy fixes most flaws of this movie.
(de) wrote: Gorgeous film . Rahul Bose is really incredible , and Raima Sen was awesome in the movie . In fact all 4 of them were brilliant .
(jp) wrote: Another documentary about the different neurotic individuals who make up mental sports - this time, it's crossword puzzles. The mix-in of celebrity crossword enthusiasts helps to show that it's not only the stereotypical nerds who enjoy using their brain every once in a while. Overall, the film does a good job at personalizing the story and showing the art and science behind the seemingly inoccuous pastime.
(au) wrote: Hilarious, thought-provoking and mildly educational, 'Fuck' approaches its subject matter somewhat responsibly by showing both sides of the coin. Alternating between laughter and outrage, your personal feelings about this topic may not be changed after viewing this film - but it's great to hear from both proponents and opponents of its usage in popular culture. Plus, the soundtrack's great fun. Recommended!
(ru) wrote: Another solid performance from Sean Connery and it has a real strong twist ending.
(br) wrote: Great movie...I love it.
(es) wrote: Entertaining musical with some fun songs, and a nice way to see a familiar story. The movie does slow down a bit, and gets a little talky when it isn't a musical scene. Howard Da Silva steals every scene he is in, playing Benjamin Franklin, a role he also played in the film shown at Ben Franklin's house in Philadelphia!
(au) wrote: In Aparajito (The Unvanquished), the second installment in his Apu Trilogy, Indian film maker Satyajit Ray created one of the screen's great family tales -- the story of a mother's love for her son, and the son's conflicting need for adventure and independence
(it) wrote: Every '80s cliche I love and the best "you're all right, man" from a bully ever.
(br) wrote: Can feel cheap time to time, yet a lot of the acting was well done. If you need a zombie fix quick, Dead Season is the right movie to watch
(gb) wrote: Fine performances make up for a somewhat muddled plot....plus it's about magic and dragons,hooray.
(fr) wrote: This is one of the most challenging films I've ever seen and I don't think I fully understood what it's about. I'm not the biggest fan of David Lynch, and in most cases, I have really hard time understanding his films. I do think he is a brilliant filmmaker, it's just my brain can't keep up with some of the surrealist stuff he puts on screen. I liked the way he mixed the surrealistic elements with absurdist humor, and even when it goes to a place that is confounding and bizarre, I just went with it. Naomi Watts gives a very bold performance, the kind of performance that even some of the most accomplished actresses would have hard time giving. "Mulholland Drive" is, in many ways, a mesmerizing film, and the one I would revisit every once in a while.