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Kevin L (jp) wrote: A tour de force performance from Luke Goss, one of Britain's most under looked talents. Check out these other main roles he plays in Blade 2, Hellboy 2 and the Death Race series to profile his martial arts skills and acting prowess! A must see for all action film lovers! 5 out of 5!
Kim F (it) wrote: It will be awhile b4 I watch another one like this... very good, but oh so painful.
Lee M (us) wrote: Brian De Palma's Redacted doesn't quite work as a movie. But it works as SOMETHING.
Greg W (de) wrote: just ok coming of age tale
Felippe D (de) wrote: Charlie sheen trying to add a comedic angle to Wall Street.
Judy T (gb) wrote: A delightful, fun film, full of great characters. The story is well written. We love watching this film over and over. It's become part of our annual St. Patrick's Day movie celebration.
Private U (ag) wrote: This is so bad, never ever watch it. It is absolutely the worst film I have ever seen.
Richard D (gb) wrote: Juan Lpez Moctezuma's third horror film of the 1970's released on Blu-Ray from Code Red. It's interesting that it has a take on the vampire mythology that's remarkably similar to George Romero's "Martin", but was made 2 years before Romero's film. Other than that, it's a stylish film with similarities to European films of this kind from the same era, but it doesn't really stand out as much as "Mansion of Madness" or "Alucarda". It's the most conventional of his films.
Ian G (it) wrote: Up until this point in the franchise, other than passing references and iconic shots, there hasn't been too much in common between the original series and the reboot Planet of the Apes franchise. This is the film where you can really start drawing direct similarities between the two, enough to suggest that Rise and Dawn could have been reimagined for the new generation. Conquest introduces us to Ceaser now an adult still with the circus but disguised as more of a pet to hide the fact that he is supper intelligent and has the ability to speak. He and his master played by Ricardo Moltalban happen to be visiting a city that has become almost a totaltarian state towards the Ape population which now uses them as pets since a flu has wipes out all dogs and cats. When they proved to be able to do various tasks including work for the humans, the ownership quickly disolves into slavery. Disgusted with this eventually Ceaser is able to get into a position of power to stage a rebellion and start to act back against the human population and take the city as their own. Its interesting to see this version of the story and what they were able to do given the constraints at the time, but now I have seen both versions of the past and present, the comparisons are defintely undeniable and its interesting to see for some diehard fans which one they prefer. Average.
Orlok W (ag) wrote: A masterful psychological journey with a great sense of paranoia and symbolism--Anguishing, Intriguing, Original, Unique... Ascending the Celluloid Ladder!!
Plain C (mx) wrote: Such a sick film. remember watcing this when i was a kid. Great film
Ryan W (nl) wrote: Loved it. If you love the underdogs then this movie is for you. I don't get the comments about this being feminist style film. I cannot understand a world where a strong female actor gets revenge in such a way and the movie gets 1 star reviews in 2015. I understand the acting wasn't 100% . In real life criminals are dumb so it fit with me. Why the low rating and speaking out about a strong female?
Sylvester K (it) wrote: Even though outdated and preposterous by today's standard, Wargames featured a solid cast, well written story. sensible direction and brilliant acting from 80s movie stars like Broderick and Sheedy.