At the end of civilization, zombies greatly outnumber humans and everyday is a fight to see tomorrow. Just when he is about to give up that fight, rugged wanderer John Knox winds up being saved by a ragtag group of survivors lead by a man named Moses. After initial suspicion, Knox proves his worth and slips into his new family in the wasteland, but one day a war party of maniacal raiders assaults the camp, killing or kidnapping everybody in sight. It's up to Knox and the few who escaped the attack to gather what resources they can (including zombies!) and launch an all-or-nothing attack on the raiders' home fortress.
Mandeep B (gb) wrote: Dharmendra paaji all the way!!
Laura D (ru) wrote: T&A. Not very good. Very weak, sloppy and predictable writing.
Gary Z (mx) wrote: Turn off your brain. Rodriguez knows his audience and these movies are fun.
Lucy P (us) wrote: Awwwwwwesome movie. Loved it.
Joshua B (it) wrote: Angus came out just as I was starting my Freshman year of High School. It helped me make it through those long days of feeling alienated and outcast. I'll always love this movie, no matter how cheesy anyone else thinks it is. To me, this was real life.
matt v (ag) wrote: A hard-hitting action film, Seagal proves that once again he can carry his own in an action film. There is also great chemistry between Seagal and the leading lady Kelly LeBrock. Filled with plenty of action, "Hard to Kill" is a great hit in Seagal's resume. However, there are several problems with the film overall. The storyline is unoriginal with no twists or turns. The dialogue is so-so, with a little bit of cheese here and there. The film itself doesn't truly stand out from any of the other countless 80's and 90's action films, but it is one of Segal's best films. There is almost no heart or feeling in the film. You have to look hard to find even the fainest trace of feeling. This is what is keeping the film from being an incredible action film. It is still a great film to watch and really backs the saying "Don't wound what you can't kill or keep dead".
Michael K (br) wrote: As a big fan of this great foursome, I would have to say this film was OK. The album of the same title is a classic, but thank God they reinvented themselves in their subsequent albums. Many of the critics didn't get this musical documentary. Many believed that U2 came across as being self righteous, bombastic, and trying to place themselves among the ranks of the Rock n roll greats that they referenced in the film. I suppose there is room for open interpretation there.
Melissa N (br) wrote: This movie is worth the watch just for the ending alone.
Keiko N (fr) wrote: Walley redeems herself after her terrible performance in Gidget! She is so adorable and funny in this. Great music, silly story, hideous clothes, what's not to love? Definitely one I'd watch again.
Facebook U (nl) wrote: Crazy bum story in the 60s. Similar to Le Big Lebowski but less sensical and more complex. A bit absurd and a bit comedic at times. I found it long and could not continue to watch at regular speed.