Viking: The Berserkers

Viking: The Berserkers

The Hunger Games heads back to the Dark Ages when a group of five young Saxons is captured by a clan of fearsome Viking warriors and used as prey in a ritualistic manhunt. High on a potion that turns them "berserk" the brutal hunters are soon on the scent of the terrified youngsters in a desperate battle for survival from the ritualistic manhunt. Written and directed by Welsh film-maker Antony Smith.

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Lovlesh K (ru) wrote: Loved the story of it, though The Hidden Face was much better than this

Mikael K (es) wrote: A solid story about the long term effects of unemployment and falling through the cracks of society. "Mondays in the Sun" is a very depressing picture, but does manage to contain some truly funny moments and I really liked the way the film handles it's very imperfect characters. They are very real and the viewer cares about them. And to finish it all some very good points are made about a modern society that abandons it's members after they've worked for the common good all their lives.

Adam R (br) wrote: Disney raking in a buck without a care. The film has a terrible story and very little effort has been put into anything other than perhaps Cruella's costumes. It's kind of embarrassing to those of us who still hold the Disney name to high standards. (First viewing - Teen years)

Bloodmarsh K (mx) wrote: The only positive about this junk, is Gunnar Hansen - we could have used some Leatherface in this one.

Brian Masters (au) wrote: The end of my favorite childhood show. Kelly is so hot!!

Joey V (fr) wrote: The movie is a powerful film showing a difference to racism here someone believes they're above another race or prejudice and stereotypical. A man who lived in a white neighborhood before black people moved in. Mookie is a worker who knows sal and his two sons. One son has grown to like black people while the other doesn't and prefers to use the term "niggers" when preferring to them as he thinks they're loud, rude, and violent while Mook tries to show him how he's right the film has its own unique how Spike directs you towards getting to know the characters is great with his usual style a zoom up close to the person to get a fell of the emotion and what the person says as if it there brain right there before us speaking exactly what it's felling. Its urgent, loud, and memorizing with amazing efforts I find it to be on of the best films on this topic leaving the question, "Who did the right thing".

Dave J (kr) wrote: Thursday, August 26, 2010(1986) Heartbreak RidgeDRAMA/ COMEDY This film is more comedy than a serious war film on army training that is- Clint Eastwood stye. After seeing the more serious army training film from Kubrick's "Full Medal Jacket"- Clint took army training to a whole new level which is sarcastically hilarious, especially between Eastwood assigned as training Sgt on the regiment Mario Van Peebles is in( his first big movie debut). It is because of them which're some of the highlights as well as some of the best moments of the overall picture! My only complaint is that I could do without the no budget battle scenes that occured near the end as well as the dramatic scenes between Eastwood and his ex- girlfriend Agie played by Marsha Mason(The Goodbye Girl). The sarcastic comedy really overshadows everything else in the overall picture! 3.5 stars

Paul C (br) wrote: A train wreck of a movie that still ends up being more fun than it should be.

Carlos I (au) wrote: Still doesn't hold a candle to the original. But still, I don't hate it like I used to. It's a pretty decent action movie.

Greg W (mx) wrote: good stuff i should probably check a filmogoraphy 2b certain but i think this is the last of huston's films that i've watched

Muffin M (de) wrote: I own this on DVD in a six movie pack along with:* Coogan's Bluff (1968)* Two Mules For Sister Sara (1969)* Joe Kidd (1972)* High Plains Drifter (1973)* Eiger Sanction (1975)

Bradley M (ru) wrote: Halle Berry and Robert Downey Jr. Are the best things about this movie. Everything else is merely minor entertainment.

Joshua M (kr) wrote: Best movie of all time.

Connor G (it) wrote: I really don't see what the big deal about this is.

Al H (it) wrote: A instant 80's cult classic.

Thomas B (us) wrote: It's a little overdone but the ending will always get you. Full review later.

Xander S (jp) wrote: I never really liked Liza Minnelli. There, I said it. But there is something about her wide-eyed, innocent arrogance that makes her click as Sally Bowles, a dubious supporting character from Christopher Isherwood's "Goodbye to Berlin" who somehow became the center of attention in "Cabaret," its musical adaptation. But even without her unrestrained performance--which feels like a blessing half the time and a curse the other half, but is never unremarkable--this would be a top-notch film musical. The direction (by Bob Fosse) is impeccable, even if he does rip off his own "Sweet Charity" for a few moments. Every little piece of music and even the tiniest little detail does something to propel the narrative forward in a way that few other directors have ever consistently managed, from the dinginess of the cabaret to the varied levels of enthusiasm expressed by its cavorting dancing girls, from the beautifully edited opening number, "Wilkommen," to the intercutting between a mock boxing match inside the club with a brutal Nazi assault outside. Fosse's choreography is similarly flawless, captured in a vibrant and imaginative way by master cinematographer Geoffrey Unsworth. Michael York and Helmut Griem shine as much as they can with so much of the spotlight hogged by Sally, but the real attraction in the cast is Joel Grey as a sly, devious, tantalizingly mysterious Emcee who invites us into a world that we know will shortly become a very dangerous place. And through the dazzling music, gorgeous design, cinematography, and innovative editing (dare you not to feel a chill at the quick cutaway to the Emcee towards the end of the Nazi anthem "Tomorrow Belongs to Me"), we know it without having to be told. A credit to the musical genre and quite possibly one of the best-directed films of all time.