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Christina S (au) wrote: story was somewhat different...finally....so it wasnt that bad,liked a few songs from it a lot
Mohammed A (mx) wrote: It's good movie to watch
Roy C (au) wrote: Grenades to crocodiles.
Aleksandar J (kr) wrote: Film sa osvetom i Milom Jovovic, ali ne pretjerano impresivan.
Cameron D (ru) wrote: Weird but so incredibly hilarious! This movie is a classic!
Green P (ca) wrote: Despite it being made in 1996, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the rather naffly named "Omega Doom" was a product of ten years earlier with its post-apocalyptic cyber-gothic feel. But despite that, and a few cheesy lines here and there, I think it's a small piece of genius. With no humans in this story of a land devastated by android wars where pockets of robots are still fighting it out amongst the ruins, the plot centres around Rutger Haur's soldier robot entering the rubble of a town where two factions of robots - one a race of female cyber-Goth assassins, and the other reminiscent of a gang of outlaws from a Western - are poised in the middle of a standoff. Omega Doom - Haur's character - teams up with a disembodied robot head (who has several failed and incredibly slapstick attempts throughout the film to find a suitable new body and legs) and plots to break the standoff. It's a film where, like Bladerunner and the much later I,Robot but without the laziness of the CGI effects, robots try to come to terms with and reflect upon their human-ness. Omega Doom is a small scale film shot in a small-scale environment with the bare minimum of locations, but this gives it a theatrical edge and works for it very well. The lack of CGi means actors having to do old-fashioned "robotics" to look like androids, something that they carry off very well, and a few shards of metal make up protruding here and there with the occasional spark, is surprisingly effective to make them seem wholly non-human. I often think that the lower-budget movies (Albert Pyun was faced with serious budget cuts while making this) carry a lot of atmosphere the big productions can't pull off as the director is forced into a closer relationship with the characters and setting to enable oit to do what he wants without being able to simply throw money at it. Omega Doom is a great film for sci-fi B-Movie buffs or fans of early cyber-goth.
Mackenie S (au) wrote: A fine performance by Cary Grant. He should have won best actor (screw you Bing Crosby). Oh but lets not forget Ethel Barrymore; brilliant.
Matt M (br) wrote: This Laurel and Hardy film is quite simply comedy gold. All the slapstick is perfectly timed and the script is delightfully witty. The plot is simple; the two unlikely friends must attend their organisation's national convention, but do so without their wives finding out. Of course, the wives find out when the boat they said they would be on, directed to Honolulu for Hardy to get cured, sinks, and they are home safe and sound. Timeless entertainment. Even behind the cheapest of laughs there is a whole creative process that makes it seem like 'slapstick poetry' of sorts. Arguably the best Laurel and Hardy feature, this may just be one of the funniest films ever made.
Amber R (au) wrote: I absolutely loved this movie haven't seen it years
Mr N (nl) wrote: Seven Psychopaths is funny, violent and has great characters. There are a lot of people out there who don't understand this film but I honestly think its awesome! It is very non-linear and is very smart in its direction, check it out!
Christian H (kr) wrote: Another great coming-of-age film well done.
Nick R (kr) wrote: First heard about this on the Cinema Snob's review to commemorate Roger Ebert. The Cinema Snob made it sound real amazing and like a grindhouse epic. Was able to get it on hold at the library and to me it seemed okay. There's a lot of nudity and this is a NC-17 picture after all. Still felt okay and it was good to know Roger Ebert actually made some movies in his life and didn't just talk about them. Heard also from the Cinema Snob that this was one of the best movies of the 1970's. Maybe also a must see for inspiring film makers I think, haven't seen the Cinema Snob review of this in a long time. If you also want to know more just watch the Cinema Snob Review of this if you want to know more.