Space Rage

Space Rage

In this sci-fi/western film set two hundred years from now, a bank robber, Grange is captured and sentenced to the penal colony on the mining planet Proxima Centauri 3 where he meets bounty-hunter Walker, and the Colonel, a retired policeman from LA who was considered the best of his kind. Grange is a dangerous lunatic and Walker and the Colonel must team up to keep him from escaping.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:77 minutes
  • Release:1985
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:escape,   space,   prison,  

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Jimmy J (mx) wrote: looks like a great film. The prequel to smash hit Infernal Affairs

Jamie C (kr) wrote: Really funny and brave comedy, Borat was brilliant this is on par, It's just as shocking and makes you wonder how he got away with most of it.

Brent M (br) wrote: One of the classics. great all around cast, surprising performances. you'll cry you'll laugh.

Matthew J (ru) wrote: One of the stranger and most interesting zombie movies I've seen. It has a uniquely European aesthetic, which makes it stand out from the over-abundance of mediocre, straight off the assembly line American zombie movies.

Rob C (ag) wrote: I'm big on basketball---the playing of it only---and this film showcased some high-profile and dynamic shots of it done, especially on the final tournament. Tupac Shakur shows his cliched, but convincing side as Birdie; a local hustler; scouting the high schools looking for fresh players to join his rag-tag team of superior players. He soon discovers Kyle Watson (Duane Martin), a local high school athlete, and his impressive way of ball-handling, and eagerly accepts him under his wing. But, when Kyle starts talking to Birdie's older brother Tommy Shepard (Leon), who is a basketball great himself, Kyle has second thoughts on running with Birdie and his crew. Tupac Shakur proved that he's more than just a rapper, with his performances in Juice, Poetic Justice and Gridlock'd, and it's a shame that his life was cut short. I believe he would have been on the upper pantheon of acting if he were still alive today. Even though the film centers around the character of Duane Martin, Tupac takes the film and makes it his own, completely bringing himself to the forefront. Marlon Wayans provides the comic relief, but I can't help but feel he wasn't giving his all here. His character sort of got in the way of the other actors on the screen. Above The Rim displays the gritty and urban streets in the early-ninties, bringing out it's culture and introducing the talent on the courts that era had.

Devon B (jp) wrote: Paul Newman directs this at times great film about an old spinster school teacher who lives above a funeral parlor with her elderly mother. Well, the terms "old" and "spinster" are relative as she's only 35 years old. She does, however, conduct herself in the manner of a senior citizen. She tells her fellow school teacher Calla Mackie (Estelle Parsons), "I'm at the exact halfway point of life. After this year, I'm no longer ascending, I'm descending... into the grave". Very morbid thoughts, but she comes by them naturally though, as her father was a mortician and she grew up with some frankly traumatizing deaths being paraded before her eyes (not to mention the teasing she suffered at the hands of her peers because of her father's gruesome career). It's a sad life of a woman nearing 40. Joanne Woodward plays Rachel as a sort of updated version of "Marty", only she's stuck in the midwest with no visible hope of escape. Worse, it's the height of the sexual revolution, and spinster Rachel spends her saturday nights making sandwiches for her mother's bridge games. It's enough to give one an unstable mentality, and Rachel's head is filled with frequent morbid fantasies. When a childhood friend comes back to town, he openly admits to looking for "a little action". Instead of recoiling from his lewd sexual advances, she plays coy yet intrigued by his attempts to lure her away from her security blanket. Unlike Marty, Rachel doesn't seem to suffer from any great self-loathing, she's just resigned to the fact that life has ceased to grow for her, and that she's stuck until the day she dies. Director Newman displays a great talent behind the camera and Joanne Woodward gives one of her greatest performances as the emotionally charged Rachel. If it was incongruous at the time of the sexual revolution, this coming-of-age-past-your-prime melodrama has grown to be appreciated whereas other films from that era might seem dated and corny by today's standards.

Louay J (jp) wrote: Not very original however has redeeming values as a rare Macedonian film.

Sheila C (us) wrote: Tense cold war thriller featuring a great cast

Yabel O (au) wrote: I wanna see I wanna see Julia Roberts again =)

Alex N (br) wrote: One of the best car chases ever