Hundra

Hundra

Born in a tribe of fierce warrior women, Hundra has been raised to despise the influence of men. An archer, fighter and sword fighter, Hundra is superior to any male. Hundra finds her family slain and takes a vow of revenge until one day she meets her match.

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Aodhan R (us) wrote: Two decades on wards, two decades of technological improvements in special effects, then, come the release of the long-awaited, long-halted disaster movie sequel, Independence Day: Resurgence. For a director like Roland Emmerich, whom was highly committed and devoted to his work of the original 96' Independence Day, due to his fascination with 70's disaster flicks, like 1972's The Poseidon Adventure and 74's The Towering Inferno, he is very out of style for sequel-buff. Like its predecessor, Resurgence suffers from lack of characterization, underdeveloped plot, weak and appalling dialogue and new cast leading ,members not worthy of making any impression. Bill Pullman is in fine shape for his reprisal of former President, Thomas Whitmore. As is Jeff Goldblum as David Levinson, now director of a defense programme, which protects earth's atmosphere from any galactic intruders or shall we say, from returning alien invaders. Brent Spiner and Judd Hirsch are also in fine condition as the undead Dr Brakish Okun and Julius Levinson. New cast member William Fichtner is also well cast as Gen. Adams, but the movie suffers from new performers like Liam Hemsworth, Jessie T. Usher, Sela Ward and Maika Monroe. Given it's awful story and premise, the visual style isn't even enough to put the audience in the mood for sequel-buff. It's a total downfall from the Oscar-winning 96' Independence Day, which garnered an Academy Award for Best Visual Effects. Resurgence is a complete mess and it's huge drop at the worldwide box-office compared to the 800 million dollar success of its predecessor, makes the chances of a third installment highly unlikely, and the chances of a franchise of spin-offs, sequels and crossovers totally unbearable.

Maddie M (nl) wrote: Very educational, interesting yet disturbing flick exposing the hidden secrets behind the American food industry.

Fay C (ag) wrote: The BEST Graffiti Docu.... EVER.

Harry W (nl) wrote: Vaguely funny from time to time and featuring a good effort from Glenn Robbins and Mick Molloy, Boytown suffers from poor execution, lack of direction and use of predictable cliches as it builds up to a questionable endin.g

Richard D (kr) wrote: Martin Freeman stars as Rembrandt in Greenaway's film that posits that Rembrandt discovered that a murder had been concealed by the members of the militia company depicted in "The Night Watch" and that he embedded clues in the painting as an accusation. It's an odd film that incorporates deliberate anachronisms, mainly in the way characters speak, and references back to earlier Greenaway films, mainly "The Draughtsman's Contract" and "The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover". It's also a very deliberately profane and raunchy film. If you're dying to see Freeman naked ... look no further.

John R (nl) wrote: Not the strongest entry but still entertaining.

The Movie G (es) wrote: Not funny and very dumb humor

Ketil T (br) wrote: Not nearly as funny and good as the Norwegian original from 1993.

Ciaran S (nl) wrote: THIS MOVIE IS TERRIBLE! The acting is weak, the writing is hideous & the songs are horrible.

Ben C (ag) wrote: To be absolutely honest, the acting is subpar and the plot is as thick as water, with the breakdancing scenes given the job to cover the abscence, which doesn't work completely. However, I would say this movie is worth watching just for the breakdance scenes, especially the one that involves Jean-Claude Van Damme.

Tristan P (us) wrote: Surprisingly bland and bloodless horror from Lucio Fulci. Overall it's pretty good for an Italian horror flick, but considering this was made between THE HOUSE BY THE CEMETERY and THE NEW YORK RIPPER I think I can be forgiven for expecting a little more from Fulci.

Stuart K (kr) wrote: After Black Caesar (1973) was a success, American International Pictures head Samuel Z. Arkoff ordered writer/producer/director Larry Cohen to have a sequel made almost immediately for a Christmas 1973 release. You can tell it's done with haste, but it has some moments that stand out. It follows on from the end of Black Caesar, with Tommy Gibbs (Fred Williamson) battered and bloody and looking for medical aid and sanctuary. As Tommy regains his strength, he plots how he's going to get revenge on those who tried to kill him, it takes him to a raid on a Mafia controlled island just off the coast of Florida, but Tommy is able to force the Mafia bosses to make peace, just by having them eat 'soul food'. By this point, Tommy wants out of the business, he and his wife Helen (Gloria Hendry) have just had a son together, so Tommy leaves the business for a new life in L.A. with his father Mr. Gibbs (Julius W. Harris) now in charge in New York, but he ends up being betrayed by Tommy's enforcer Zach (Tony King), so Tommy has to come back to Harlem one last time to get even once and for all. It doesn't have the smooth character development that Black Caesar had, indeed this just feels like one action sequence after another, tonally different, but some of the action does work, but you wish they had a point to it. But, it does manage to hold it together for an hour and a half, against the odds.

Bill B (ru) wrote: Has some great moments and isn't half bad for a little Italian pot-boiler of Gothic horror. Rosalba Neri is gorgeous as Tania, worth checking out for her alone!Give it a rental!

Kieran S (nl) wrote: I love this movie for all its quirks, faults and others. Such an interesting mix of characters! Plus, any movie with Tom Waits is a bonus. The Shoveler, Blue Raja, Spleen, Sphinx and Dr Heller are my favorite characters. Its a great anti-hero spoof and the characters are affable. A very enjoyable movie.

Vernon G (mx) wrote: Still one of the scarier "witch" flicks. And it had a major twist ending way before M. Night Shymalan was in fashion. I need to find this DVD.