Darkman II: The Return of Durant

Darkman II: The Return of Durant

Darkman and Durant return and they hate each other as much as ever. This time, Durant has plans to take over the city's drug trade using high-tech weaponry. Darkman must step in and try to stop Durant once and for all.

Darkman and Durant return and they hate each other as much as ever. This time, Durant has plans to take over the city's drug trade using high-tech weaponry. Darkman must step in and try to stop Durant once and for all. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mike G (ca) wrote: It should be hard for any true Zeppelin fan to find something they don't like here. Of course there are songs you might have wanted them to play, for instance, In Through the Outdoor is the only album unrepresented and I thought 'In the Evening' would have fit the sets perfectly or made a greater encore, but at least the ones they did select are well-rehearsed and spot on. They were really together on this and yet loose and cool with a strange energy cast. Indeed Jason Bonham has come as close as anybody at nailing Bonzo's obliterating, over-the-top drums, which were always the driving force of the band. It was plainly clear that they were having a good time, and that comes out in the performance. Jimmy Page's production is near flawless. Few people are as exacting as he when it comes to the matter of good sound and video. His playing is as great as ever, that tone-obsessed, in-between technique that so many people wish they could play like. John Paul Jones manages to shine as ever alternating bass and keyboards and probably makes fewer mistakes than anybody. But with real pros like Robert Plant, who is awesome in this, this band can literally play their way out of anything with little skid-mark. Phenomenal!

Nicole G (nl) wrote: Amazing film, its hard to believe things like that still even happen....I think Morgan Freeman is a great person for stepping up to the plate and changing that.....well, well worth a watch....

Santosh N (jp) wrote: Wonderful movie and great cinematography! The story is unlike any other I've seen and the ending is also very nice.

Madison N (gb) wrote: Because I read the book almost five years ago, for some topics, it was like as if I were learning it for the first time. A viewer who read the book more recently may find that the documentary is repetitive, however.Overall, I found the doc worthwhile. Maybe my only complaint is the sumo-wrestling segment. The creative team responsible for that segment maybe should have edited it a little bit and minimized the use of subtitles.

Bryn C (fr) wrote: The most infuriating hour and a half I have had to sit through. Ever. At least Hell Asylum was reasonably funny. If you want to see people do exactly what you don't want them to do, i.e. the stupidest reactions to threatening situations, watch this film. If you can cope with the sea sickness, difficult sound, shoddy acting, shit script and shockingly inept direction, you might find one or two scenes will make you jump and follow it with a laugh. "If you go out there, she'll kill you! And you'll be dead!"

Calvin L (fr) wrote: I feel the documentary doesn't really go anywhere with its subject matter or break much new ground not already discussed in the original.

Ricky P (it) wrote: Emotionally disturbing but filled with excellent performances. Requiem For A Dream is a terrifying and realistic look at the scary mind of a drug addict that will get deeply under your skin until the last frame of this film.

Tommy H (ag) wrote: I liked this movie much more when I was a kid. I was 13 when this came out and a big Power Rangers fan. I miss the good old days when summer blockbusters were fun and friendly. Then Roland Emmerich came along with Independence Day and Godzilla and changed cinema in a bad way or a good way, depending on how you look at it. If a Power Rangers movie was made today and it actually got a decent budget, you know it would get the Dark Knight treatment and the result would probably be ugly and mean-spirited and its innocence lost. Looking at the movie now, it's pretty good for children. The plot isn't good, though. I loved the movie when I first watched it, but for some reason I lost interest in Power Rangers shortly after. Maybe just because I was growing up. But I remember the story to the first couple seasons of Power Rangers, and for what kind of show it is the story isn't bad. In the first season when the Green Ranger shows up with Dragonzord, that was pretty cool, and probably the darkest the show has ever gotten. And then Lord Zedd came along and he was pretty cool, too. In 1995 it seems the show was aimed at children and the movie was aimed at babies. They could have done more, especially since the show was such a hit -- or maybe they couldn't do more. The show was very controversial back then so I don't blame the producers for playing it as safe as possible. I'm sure many in the audience were "concerned parents" hoping for something to complain about. They even changed the colors of the Rangers so they don't get called racist. You can tell the producers were scared.

Jason J (gb) wrote: Set in the Japanese yakuza underworld, Sonatine gives insight into not just Kitano's Murakawa character, but also Japanese culture and behaviour, which is quite different from the Scorsese school of western movies. Sonatine presents a real story of a yakuza man tired of a trade he is being squeezed out of by rivals. Kitano is clearly a "less is more" type of actor, but more is shown in his gaze than any other actor, something anyone knowing "Beat" Takeshi's troubled history will understand. Takeshi's stand up history also comes across in Sonatine's several humorous moments, such as the William Tell/Sumo Wrestling sequence on the beach. The cinematography is also absolutely beautiful, nice and simple static shots plus some pretty locations, such as the beach. Sonatine is recommended for its mixture of action, humour and poetically alternative performances.

Rod V (es) wrote: Incredibly cheesy, the best way I can describe it is as a cross between First Blood and The Dukes of Hazzard. The plot closely echoes that of First Blood (unhinged Vietnam vet comes to a small town and pisses off the local yokels and ends up fighting a one-man war against them), and it even predates that movie, but that's where the similarities end. There's a lot of cars and trucks exploding, a lot of dynamite, jumping out of windows, etc., but no one gets seriously hurt, so in that respect it's like The Dukes. LOT of jaw harp on the soundtrack (boing, bowng, boing). There are also a lot of great veteran character actors who turn up, like Richard Farnsworth, Ben Johnson, and Matt Clark, who steals the show as the cowardly, dimwitted Cece. A classic slice of low-budget 80's action/comedy/rednexploitation cheese, and I find it impossible not to like it.

Jon M (ru) wrote: Ridiculous over-the-top Hammer nonsense with overwrought performances by Robert Hardy and Michael Hordern. Hardly the worst thing Hammer's ever done, but not exactly a highlight either.

Tracey c (kr) wrote: NOT INTERESTED THANKS

Cinderella D (gb) wrote: I really enjoyed this film back in the days hahaha, i was 12 when i saw it, i liked it....

Jacob D (kr) wrote: Cheesy, good old fun with a splash of excitement and fun.