Six escaped convicts and their female hostage make a desperate run for the Mexican border, where they stumble across a lost treasure of untold wealth, and find certain death instead on the Arizona desert. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Six escaped convicts and their female hostage make a desperate run for the Mexican border, where they stumble across a lost treasure of untold wealth, and find certain death instead on the Arizona desert.
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Kamran M (ca) wrote: It isn't a bad movie at all. Pretty decent watch. Predictable with decent performances from the leads. John is good but could have been better. The leading ladies are good in their parts. The music is apt. Screenplay could have been tighter. 3/5
matt h (fr) wrote: lots of nudity, but other than that...ummmm..yah
Sanford R (kr) wrote: Who authorized this? Bogus movie
Sagar M (ru) wrote: Best Indian Movie Ever?
Yannick B (es) wrote: This has to be one of the oddest, yet best Van Damme films ever. It's not chop-socky martial arts kickboxing crud, and it isn't mindless sci-fi action... it's a war drama. And a surprisingly good one. Van Damme plays Alain, a boxer who is paid to take a dive, but who instead flees and joins the French Foreign Legion, where he learns about friendship, honor, and fighting to the last. Sound like a normal Van Damme movie? Far from it. Sheldon Lettich's script, while somewhat cliche, is very well put together. The acting is surprisingly top notch, with even Jean-Claude Van Damme himself turning in a good performance. What a shame this movie never made it to theaters. I recommend it to anyone who enjoys an exciting, epic war film.
Paul H (ru) wrote: Excellent movie with a great soundtrack
Lee Anne W (it) wrote: A Polish couple (older husband, hot wife in dumpy clothes) drive to the marina for a day of boating, and pick up a young hitchhiker, whom the husband decides should join them on deck. Tension ensues. This is Roman Polanski's first movie, it's supposed to be influenced by the New Wave. Is it wrong that I enjoyed it more than "Breathless?" There's real tension here, and some pretty impressive use of the boat and the water for a novice director. Beautiful camera work, too. I was never bored.
kan T (ca) wrote: hirslar... sonen hayaller... dagilan hayatlar...
Igor B (ag) wrote: My favorite De Sica film
Nair F (kr) wrote: As a juvenile delinquent turned bipolar sensitive UCLA FILM STUDIES student, the range Depp offers in such at times gloomy which is my niche as a buff is too surreal