Interceptor Force

Interceptor Force

In the near future, the government has created an elite team of soldiers specially trained in the event of a hostile alien encounter. A multi-national force of the world's best, they are ...

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Interceptor Force torrent reviews

Brad W (de) wrote: Kind of hilarious in a gory way. Thank god Ric Meyers previews this stuff at SDCC.

Vian S (de) wrote: I was disappointed in the film. Its not that funny with no ending. But I love Albert Brooks, he is the best!

Caleb F (fr) wrote: As a movie - not that hot, but Abbie Hoffman is/was hilarious and important - Steal this movie, America, and wake the fuck up.

Joshua D (mx) wrote: best stoner movie to date.

Nicholas R (mx) wrote: I have it but never watched it. lol

Sabine E (mx) wrote: Really Enjoyed it>

Russell G (es) wrote: Michael Crichton is probably not happy that his thriller book converted into an intentionally humorous playful action movie. This movie has its own campy charm and when taken for what it is can be good fun. It helps that the director and cast do not approach it too seriously. Tim Curry and Joe Don Baker in particular, have just the right amount of crazy cartoon character in them. The settings of the African jungle and ancient ruined city of Zinge look great. Making a gorilla interact in human ways and using sign language is not easy. Simple sign language would be better than the special computer gloves that convert and translate in robot voice for everyone to understand. The makeup and costume team did a decent job of making an actor seem apelike enough without becoming a distraction. It is not a highly crafted movie, but it knows what it is. I do not understand why the jungle romp replaces the excitement and violence of the Crichton story. It would be nice to see a more serious and faithful adaptation of the book in the future. As long as you do not enter this movie looking for a realistic or suspenseful thriller, it should entertain.

Jeff B (kr) wrote: Taking the franchise down Rocky roads that it would not return from for 20 years, the dated antics of chapter III set the series in a carnival atmosphere that's thankfully not entirely without its blunt-force charm. Indeed, of all of the Rocky films, Rocky IV ages the worst. If the last chapter proved over-the-top and flashy, then this flag-waving exhibition epitomizes the words overblown and gaudy. Taking the Cold War to the canvas, Stallone's third Rocky sequel trades blows with ridiculousness, but nonetheless draws you into the action by repeating a successful formula and not forsaking its underdog roots.In this PG-rated sports drama, Rocky (Stallone) comes to the heart of Russia for 15 pile-driving boxing rounds of revenge after a highly intimidating 6-foot-5, 261-pound Soviet athlete (Dolph Lundgren) kills Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers) in an exhibition match. By now, Stallone and Shire plow through the formulaic goings-on on cruise control, but their earnest chemistry still remains. Burt Young, long an unlikable but indelible supporting character, hits cartoonish heights here, as does Lundgren as the Italian Stallion's formidable and memorable foe, Ivan "I must break you" Drago. Still, the training and fight scenes make for as many gripping as parody-worthy moments. Bottom line: Duh, Comrade

jeroen v (ca) wrote: Looking very dated now, the film has a few original moments. The break up scene about 15 minutes in is a classic and the scene with his surgeon parents in the operating theatre is pretty funny too, but the rest now looks pretty drab. It can't actually be called satire as it misses most points about South America or Cuba. It's actually quite interesting to see how Allen's timing is off in quite a few set-ups, for instance the bedroom scene with the sportscommentator is only funny for the first few seconds, and then becomes tedious. You can see the gaglines coming a mile away there.

Patricia B (au) wrote: A wonderful movie that can be shared with children of all ages!