Eddie finds himself being forced at a gunpoint, by an unseen assailant, on a dark and brutal journey through the harsh terrain of the Mojave desert. His nemesis is Jimmy, a man with an aberrant agenda; armed with a rifle, a scope, walkie-talkies and a truck, he has organized a series of ambushes and mantraps designed to push Eddie to the limits of his humanity and beyond (iMDB)
- Stars:Luke Goss, Lance Henriksen, Dee Wallace, Tommy 'Tiny' Lister, Carl Buffington, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Chad Stalcup, Hudson Thames, Richard Larsen, Julia Self,
- Director:Brett A. Hart,
- Writer:Brett A. Hart, Jeff O'Brien
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Bone Dry torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Alright in parts - strictly for mass masala fans!
(ag) wrote: Very well made Zombie action movie!
(au) wrote: not bad for a straight to dvd movie. the special effects were actually reallybgood and surpasses some of the Hollywood releases about werewolves. not a bad watch.
(jp) wrote: honestly this is not Tony's best but it's a testament to his diversity as an actor, in accepting roles of this nature, some would say slapstick even. The story is purely comedic romance and you wouldn't have guessed it looking at the poster. I personally thought it was ok but it greatly played on "the prestige" story.
(kr) wrote: It's so refreshing to see a movie filled with Canadian humour! For that reason alone I give it 4 stars, just because it's a rarity in itself. Fun to watch, no profanity that I can recall until the bloopers in the end credits; then it's f-bombs all over the place. But they were funny bloopers. Ok acting, nothing outstanding. Worth watching though, if you're Canadian.
(fr) wrote: First of all, this description: "An archangel saves a young woman's life in order to make her a partner in his sinister plot to destroy the Earth" does not really tell what this story is about. That is only a small part. What's not to love about angels fighting over humans in a civil war? Though not as good as the first, Christopher Walken was still creepy and intriguing all at once, and definitely makes the movie worth watching. I also liked Jennifer Beals, Brittany Murphy, and Russell Wong. Despite the famous cast, this one lacks a little in comparison with the first, and there is very little continuity other than Christopher Walken, the coroner, and the overall background story. Setting was lacking compared to the original, though I liked the monastery and church scenes. Definitely a must to see the first installment prior to this one.
(jp) wrote: A damn guilty pleasure'
(ca) wrote: Pained character study on the legacy of pain and hurt when one's ego is served before one's happiness. Brittle postscript to "Scenes From Marriage".
(jp) wrote: Somehow Road House had a baby with the very campiest of 1960s Hong Kong, and John Carpenter signed on to direct (plus compose the soundtrack). Wildly entertaining, and self-aware enough to embrace the sheer lunacy of mysically-powered gang warfare amidst the nooks and crannies of Chinatown, it's no wonder this would become such a cult classic. Kurt Russel is dead-perfect as Jack Burton, the brash, headstrong, somewhat confused would-be hero who doesn't realize he's actually the sidekick. As one might expect, things get carried away somewhere between the first trap elevator and the second (must've been a deal at the villainous super-mart this week) but that's actually for the best: Big Trouble is most in its element when it casts aside mere storyline concerns, flies off the handle and embraces its ridiculous side. The plot is simplistic and the fight scenes aren't all that great - too many jump cuts and blunt-handed effects - but the mood is a direct hit and it's certainly never tame. When it comes to the final confrontation, it's more about quick reflexes than martial arts anyway. A board-dumb classic of the bombastic '80s action scene, and one of my favorite empty climaxes ever. Here's hoping Hollywood understands what made it work so well when they push out the impending remake.
(it) wrote: Harry Dean, a cat burglar, comes up with a simple, brilliant plan to the world's richest man in the world. This man is a borderline hermit since the death of his wife so Harry seeks out the assistance of a showgirl Nicole, who happens to share a striking resemblance to the rich man's late wife. This is a fun crime caper. You see, Harry believes he has come up with an ingenious plan that will be simple, but once they begin, everything is a lot more complicated than he anticipated. Its a clash of ideal vs. reality. It even spends almost the first 20 minutes of film going through the heist in which we are shown Harry's vision of how the heist will go before snapping back to reality before he has even asked Nicole for his help. Early into the actual heist, the billionaire becomes suspicious of the two protagonists creating this really fun cat and mouse game, which is one of Gambit's strong suits. Michael Caine and Shirley MacLaine really do play off each other well. They constantly bicker but it's clear they do share an attraction to one and other.