A man treated like a dog and raised as a fighting machine his entire life, ends up in a coma and is taken in the care of good people, but his sinister owner is looking to retrieve his most prized possession: a non stop human weapon triggered by the collar leashed on his neck. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Bill B (fr) wrote: Watchable fun that proves Batman to be the most paranoid bad-ass in the room and gives a pretty decent history lesson about Vandal Savage, who I wasn't really aware of as a villain.Rental?
Pongson A (fr) wrote: The first two action sequences are good. Then it moves to psychological drama which is too superficial. And ended up with a little bit of twisting. So-so.
Ben H (ru) wrote: Something deeply existential about this movie. The inevitability and fated existence of Asano's character adds to this doomy sense. Love it.
Eric M (ru) wrote: Ray Lawrence's adaptation of the Raymond Carver story "So Much Water So Close to Home" benefits from good lead performances and the director's skillful ability to maintain an atmosphere of dread, but is also marred by an unneccessary serial-killer subplot, which ends on an unsatisyfing note that isn't ambiguous so much as vague. The screenwriter's attempt to play up racial tensions between whites and indigenous natives also doesn't really add anything to the story, which was adapted much more successfully as one of the subplots in Robert Altman's "Short Cuts".
Tanya H (it) wrote: Definitely needed more work in the editing room. But it had a few of my favorite actors in it so I gave it a shot.
Darrin C (de) wrote: Humorous at times and somewhat realistic look inside the world of tweakers that has very above-average acting.
Lee M (es) wrote: Mutant Aliens would have been brilliant as a short; there's just not enough story for a full-length feature, so the film seems strung together. Some viewers may feel as though, instead of watching a feature, they're paging through a book of rough sketches by a deranged Disney alumnus.
Peter Y (it) wrote: Not that bad.It's from the same writer/directer of The Omen so you kinda know what to expect and in this respects, it doesn't disappoint. A then unknown Rachael Leigh Cook looks cute but slightly out of place and well, slightly annoying in her role of beautiful daughter.Cheesey ending, not one i'd deliberately go to watch again but not as bad as to make me want to turn it off straight away.
Jessica I (us) wrote: scary for a little girl named jessica. its a female chucky
Al M (jp) wrote: Just barely released in the 90s, Mirror Mirror feels like a 1980s horror film. In fact, it feels like one of the later Amityville films in which some artifact from the house continues to haunt people from afar. Funny, campy, and stupid, Mirror Mirror is entertaining but far from scary or good...
isaac c (fr) wrote: Something like wes anderson would do with a mix of Shaun of the deads humor
JeanAntoine B (ca) wrote: Amazing acting by Leonardo Di Caprio as Arnie Grape.
Rado V (gb) wrote: full of suspense and gore , Wrong turn deliver to us the exact slasher film we all need to see.