Suspecting that a safari guide is a wanted killer, undercover policeman Geoffrey Bishop (Richard Fraser) joins a safari led by the suspect for a scientist that hopes to find and prove that a fabled white gorilla is a missing link.
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Ramon George A (gb) wrote: One of the stupidest movie ever written. This is something which the future generations will see in some forgotten TV channels and then they will look angrily at us and then they will say, "What a freakingly ugly movie you have been producing back then!"
Hector C (ru) wrote: muy linda historia y excelente pelicula
Al M (kr) wrote: A solid follow-up to the original Thai horror film, Art of the Devil 2 continues the pattern laid out by the original by featuring awesomely brutal and stylish death scenes together with an overall creepy aesthetic.
Devon B (es) wrote: What happens when a parking meter cop with low self-esteem gets super powers? What if he just believes he has super powers even though they're just hallucinations? It's kind of a funny premise, and with a target as big as the modern pharmaceutical industry, you think it'd be rife with wicked satire, but "Special" is more content to be a psychological study of an insecure man on the verge of madness. Les (Michael Rapaport) is a mild-mannered loser who signs up for an experimental new drug designed to boost self-confidence. The drug works wonders for most in the test group, but for Les, a man obsessed with comic books and super heroes, it gives him the illusion he's garnered some new and unique super powers of his own, which he, of course, must use to combat evil wherever he may find it (usually at the local convenience store). The financial backers of this new wonder drug find out about Les' super hero adventuring, mainly due to him wearing their logo on the back of his homemade superhero suit, and are displeased to see some nut scaring off the pharmaceutical company they were hoping to sell it to, and so they begin to try and hush him up (which only serves to fuel his paranoia). As I said, it's a movie detailing a man's descent into madness, and while is has moments of comedy, it's very dark to be sure. Filmed on an obviously tight budget, the filmmakers make the most of what money they have to use. The movie really isn't bad, that is, until the final act, where they kind of lose focus (and steam). The ending is a bit of a mess. Still, it's not a bad attempt at a movie.
Ming Siu G (au) wrote: The tension level is remarkably low.
Thomas H (kr) wrote: A film adaptation of a popular T.V. show is an okay idea. The cast was good, some of the CGI effects are terrible, and the story really fits in for fans of the show.
Jim A (ca) wrote: well worth a watch with a great cast that includes jim carrey
Michael P (it) wrote: Hilariously awesome. Bunch of convicts, bunch of guns, bunch of mayhem.