A group of young mutants--humans with a genetic variation that gives them superpowers and makes them feared by the population at large--begin training at a school for heroes. Their studies are interrupted when they must rescue one of their number from a mad scientist who can enter others' dreams.
- Stars:Matt Frewer, Finola Hughes, Jeremy Ratchford, Heather McComb, Agustin Rodriguez, Randall Slavin, Bumper Robinson, Suzanne Davis, Amarilis, Kevin McNulty, Lalainia Lindbjerg, Garry Chalk, Lynda Boyd, Joely Collins, Wally Dalton,
- Director:Jack Sholder,
- Writer:Eric Blakeney
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Generation X torrent reviews
(au) wrote: A harrowing tale of survival that throws you right into their plight with a deliberate pace and unflinching drama; though the authenticity has been called into question. The cast is solid, though you have mainly Brits and Irish actors playing Poles and Russian characters, but on the other hand the film likely wouldn't have been bankrolled otherwise so you just can't win. The writing is very strong and each character is given their own identity and on more than one occasion the ingenuity of their survival skills surprised me! The ending is a bit convenient and unsurprising due to the text scroll at the beginning telegraphing how many of them survive, but depending on how much of this is true, we will never know what really happened. It's a well-made, well-acted, and gripping film whose pace could've been tighter and the ending less neat, but you'll be glad you saw it.
(br) wrote: While it's always nice to see Adam Baldwin and Morena Baccarin on screen it's a shame it's in something like this. Nonsensically written with some terrible effects (the destruction of the DeMille's set being particularly poor; they must have blown a lot on a particularly amusing decapitation scene), inevitably it's just a parade of bad ideas.
(mx) wrote: It is a disarming, unpretentious, and charming little film about an elderly teacher who suddenly resigns his job, yet who needs daily contact with the world at an uncomplicated level. He understands people and quietly helps them. He even manages to reignite love in a boring marriage.
(br) wrote: Such a fantastic film! The fight scenes were insane! Tak Sakaguchi is sexy as hell.. what more could you want in a film? :)
(br) wrote: The film starts with a young policeman (Jalil Lespert) graduating from police academy and starting work in a rough station in Paris. His commandant (Natalie Baye) is a recovering alcoholic who has lost her son. As a dead homeless man is found in the river the fierce investigation begins, but this is more than just a "who-dunnit". It all about whats happening inside the two main protagonists (thats french cinema for you). I love the homag to 400 Blows in the end.
(jp) wrote: It's also a unique, touching coming of age story as we witness Leatherface take his first face! They say you never forget your first
(au) wrote: Want to see it! Will have to take into account!
(nl) wrote: An excellent movie. Very cold, dark and deep.Somewhat touching as well. It was very well-acted.Interesting storyline, but pretty sad as well.Ending was cut off a bit too quickly though. It had a rough one.The movie had sort of an eerie feeling to it. Enjoyed it nonetheless. Amazing performances..
(jp) wrote: The young warrior Hsu Yiu Fong (Jackie Chan) has been entrusted with the book of the "Art of the Snake and Crane," after the mysterious disappearance of the eight Shaolin Masters who had written it. He must fight off numerous clans who are all attempting to steal the book from him, to find out the true reason for the disappearance of the Shaolin Masters. also stars Nora Miao, Jeong-Nam Kim, Yung-kuo Li, Ya Ying Liu, Hsin Yi Chen, Kang Chin, Chun Cho, Han Chang Hu, Kuan-hsien Huang, Sang-ho Ju, Kang Jin, Ki Bum Kim , Wang Kuk Kim and Min-Lang Li. directed by Chi-Hwa Chen.
(gb) wrote: Manoj 'Bharath' Kumar at his very best. Great songs again.
(mx) wrote: Has all the markings of a good western - good characters, great shootout, and a good story. I can't help but think this helped influence Unforgiven.
(mx) wrote: Leo is great, as always...but it was kind of boring & i fell asleep near the end.
(jp) wrote: A surprise, as Pfeiffer warmly engages as the mob wife tired of the mob life. Caricatures, sure, but still vibrant, warm and fun. Coulda used more Ruehl and Cusack, but whatcha gonna do?
(ru) wrote: Smith and Jones are a hilarious tandem in a sci-fi flick that manages to be as funny as it is thrilling.