In the year 2074, the cybernetics market is dominated by two rival companies: USA's Pinwheel Robotics and Japan's Kobayashi Electronics. Cyborgs are commonplace, used for anything from soldiers to prostitutes. Casella Reese is a prototype cyborg developed for corporate espionage and assassination. She is filled with a liquid explosive called Glass Shadow. Pinwheel plans to eliminate the entire Kobayashi board of directors by using Casella
- Stars:Elias Koteas, Angelina Jolie, Jack Palance, Billy Drago, Karen Sheperd, Allen Garfield, Ric Young, Renee Allman, Sven-Ole Thorsen, Tracey Walter, Jim Youngs, Robert Dryer, John Durbin, Patrick O'Connell, Sheryl Mary Lewis,
- Director:Michael Schroeder,
- Writer:Ron Yanover (story), Mark Geldman (story), Ron Yanover (screenplay), Mark Geldman (screenplay), Michael Schroeder (screenplay)
In the year 2074 the PinWheel corporation creates a 'almost-human' cyborg Casella Reese, aka. Cash designed specifically to charm/seduce her way into a rival manufacturer's headquarters and... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ca) wrote: For those captivated by Salinger's writing, this intelligent and often invigorating film provides fine insight into his world.
(ru) wrote: Starts off with a bang, literally, then gets very talky for the rest of the film interspersed with marchy bits. Still it's a history lesson and one that I wasn't totally familiar with
(fr) wrote: Hmm... well, movies need to be made about subject matter such as this because human trafficking and child sexploitation is a monumental human rights and global health issue. With that said, this film has the capacity to make you pretty uncomfortable because I've seen documentary footage with the same kind of situations in it (for instance, the 5-year-old girls offering themselves to tourists). The actual sex is insinuated but it still doesn't help the discomfort the viewer will most likely feel by watching it. The acting is good. The little girl, played by Nguyen, is pretty good in some scenes but not in others. The music in this film is really... weird. I think it's very misplaced, too. It sounded like it belonged in a Wile E. Coyote cartoon. I wished they had used actual Cambodian music or a more depressing type of arrangement instead because whoever was in charge of music here did an awful job. This doesn't seem like a big deal but really, it kind of is. Not only did it kind of pull me out of the story because I was going, "What the HELL is that noise?", but music can do a lot for the mood of a film. The music here didn't really help at all. It was more of a distraction, honestly. I shouldn't have to pause the movie because I think someone *outside* is making noise. Also, the ending where the little girl suddenly looks up into the camera is odd. I didn't understand the symbolism of this scene, if there was any at all. With that said, the movie in and of itself isn't the greatest but it is enough to get its message across and strike people who may not be aware of this issue, and that is what matters in the end. So I give it 3 and a half stars and recommend it simply because of the subject it deals with.
(ag) wrote: Does not hold a candle to the original. This is what I like to call, "Hoakey"
(it) wrote: It is stupid to dare the one you love.. But it is very enjoyable..
(kr) wrote: you smoke dope don't ya " my favorite line
(de) wrote: Scary & creepy, but interesting
(gb) wrote: A just watchable early Hitchcock film in fact the early days of sound...and it was lacking a little flair.I read that he didn't want to make this film but had to to get to direct the film he wanted and it shows. It has clever, well done Hitch moments but the amateur actors really slow the film down.The climax in the end is extraordinary but by 30-40 mins In the film you get restless, it's a must for a Hitch fan but isn't his best of his UK work...
(au) wrote: Quietly confident, Dredd is a tight, violent picture that appears to be faithful to the source material.
(it) wrote: Rocky 5 is the complete downfall of the series featuring a weak story, phoned-in performances, questionable character moments and even Stallone himself has admitted it's terrible and the low-point of the franchise. It really isn't a Rocky movie at all; he never once steps in the ring and instead trains a new up-and-coming fighter named, Tommy Gunn (played by real-life fighter, Tommy Morrison), who intrudes too far into Rocky's life to where he ends up neglecting his son, Rocky Jr, played fittingly by his real-life son, Sage Stallone. The film is a complete farce of the franchise with the main message being: throwing a punch will solve all of your problems and the meat-headed attitude throughout the film betrays the characters. Throughout the film we are annoyed to death by an irritating boxing promoter who is trying to get Rocky out of retirement, and when that plan fails, sets his sights on the impressionable, Tommy Gunn. The film ends with a retarded street fight between Rocky and Tommy that really just has to be seen to be believed and it's such a weak way to cap off the franchise at the time. Most franchises have one or a few black sheep installments, and this is easily the worst film in the Rocky series and you can honestly skip right over it if you're marathoning the films. Oh, and you got to love how Rocky Jr. goes from being about 8 years old in Rocky 4, to like 14 in this film in the span of Rocky's flight home from Russia, continuity ftw!
(ag) wrote: Terrific action film from writer/director Christopher McQuarrie. I've always found the Mission Impossible films interesting in that the first three films were so distinct from each other based upon the director, but starting with number three and JJ Abrams producing the series, the films have now developed a more consistent of tone and is a better franchise for it. In this film, Tom Cruise's "Jack Reacher" director takes over the writing and direction duties and takes us on a exciting tale of double crosses and espionage. The story here is more interesting than most of the prior films, which generally had fun scripts that mainly served action set pieces together. Without spoiling any plot points, the story here involves the IMF team being disbanded and rolled into the CIA, with Ethan Hunt being disavowed when he insists on taking down a rogue spy syndicate. Writer/director McQuarrie is someone who I've always thought was underrated and he does a great job here. His first film as director, "Way of the Gun," was a wildly subversive action film that included slow moving car chases and some supremely unheroic shootouts and fight scenes. McQuarrie is much more in mainstream of territory here, but he brings an indie film inventiveness to the action that makes it a lot more interesting than your average summer blockbuster simply filled with bland noise and fury. On the downside, Tom Cruise is still annoying and I wish this film had another star, but he's surrounded by a strong a cast of supporting actors (Rebecca Ferguson, Jeremy Renner, Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames, and Alec Baldwin) who make him bearable. Also, there are some terrific set-pieces, which are really what make the Mission Impossible films so good, particularly a motorcycle chase in Morocco and an opera house assassination sequence right out of Alfred Hitchcock's "The Man Who Knew Too Much," make this a very cool film. Overall, Rogue Nation is well worth watching for action film fans. PS: The Lalo Schifrin theme music fifty-something years later and channelled through composer Joe Kraemer still rocks!
(ru) wrote: Brilliant fantasy tale that takes the source material and pretty much copies it beat for beat with the occasional sci-fi twist. The cheap sets and repetitive effects are both a distraction and the charm of the visual style. Food fun for B-movie fans all round.