A patient in an hospital dies under mysterious circumstances. The attending doctor Frank Holt gets under suspect - he'd been fired already from his last position due to malpractice. For his defense he investigates with help of doctor Anna Lang. Soon they find out that half of their colleagues were betting on the patient's diagnosis - was someone trying to increase his chances? But when Frank's friend, dissector Mary Connor, becomes deadly sick, he suspects there's even more to it.
- Stars:Joe Spano, Diane Venora, David McCallum, Robert Joy, Don Francks, Nicholas Campbell, Ellen Barkin, Chapelle Jaffe, Clare Coulter, James Kidnie, Martha Gibson, Chas Lawther, Les Rubie, Teri Austin, Tom Harvey,
- Director:Sheldon Larry,
- Writer:Neal Bell (original screenplay), Peter Lawrence (story)
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(br) wrote: No sure why I thought the movie would have wholly consisted of Dawkins and Krauss doing debates - and getting down in the weeds with some religious nuts. If you want that, there are tons of debates on the web for you to watch. No, this movie is at a higher level than that. They don't dwell and drone on beating down one ridiculous religious statement after another. Excellent point after excellent point is made and then we move along. Have you ever watched a Hitchens debat and skipped/skimmed over his opponents droning on? This is kinda like that!
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(fr) wrote: I wish I could give this movie 0 stars. I couldn't even watch more than 15 minutes of it because it was so freakin' lame.
(au) wrote: the movie was well made but i cant quite put my finger on what went wrong. theres something missing that holds it back from being recommendable
(nl) wrote: In my quest to see every Steven Seagal movie and earn my PhD. in Seagalogy, I have yet to come across a movie from Seagal's direct-to-video catalog that is anywhere close to good. After seeing BELLY OF THE BEAST, I can say that this is probably as close as we're going to get. I was actually excited about watching this one, mainly because it was directed by the great Ching Siu-Tung (aka Tony Ching), the guy who directed the fabulous ninja epic DUEL TO THE DEATH and choreographed films like HERO and John Woo's A BETTER TOMORROW II. It's rare that Seagal gets paired with a competent filmmaker, especially one that can make him look good during a fight scene given his frequent, painfully obvious use of stunt doubles these days, however Ching makes Seagal look as good as he possibly can, given his weight and his poor choice of wardrobe. A lot of the filmmakers Seagal works with now make the poor choice of speeding up the film to make Seagal look faster than he really is, however Ching instead uses a lot of slow motion, which works a lot better, even though he tends to overuse it at times. The movie opens with a breathtaking action scene that's both awesome and mildly horrifying at the same time, and while the movie tends to drag in places, the action is always interesting, even when it gets extremely silly (I'm thinking of the fight scene with the whip-wielding tranny in high heels). They run from gritty and cool (the opening) to flat-out stupid, but they never cease to be entertaining. The movie also employs evil Taoist wizards in the plot, which scores it a few more points in my book, you don't see those much outside of movies like THE BOXER'S OMEN. I'll be very surprised if I see a DTV Seagal flick that's better than this one (but it's not a "good movie"), it's one that casual fans of action movies can probably enjoy on some level, given they can make it through some of the cornball moments that you have to suffer through here and there.
(it) wrote: There are plenty of simians in this film but, lamentably, a complete lack of funk. The chimpanzee is the only one who doesn't phone it in.
(us) wrote: Interesting, and different, western. Moving, and thought-provoking. Steve McQueen, in his penultimate movie, plays Tom Horn, and was perfectly cast. McQueen was dying of cancer when he made the movie, and his character is a man out of time, at the end of his life. Supporting cast includes Linda Evans and Slim Pickens.
(de) wrote: Oddball Frank Sinatra vehicle, where the chairman of the board plays an undersea treasure hunter turned modern day pirate. Frank discovers a sunken submarine and he crew wants to cash in on their find by robbing a cruise liner. There's an out of place jazzy score, a odd Ocean's 11-like crew (including the gorgeous Virna Lisi) and one of the strangest heist getaway chase you'll ever see. A seagoing heist film involving a submarine is pretty original, but the characters and plot points are all pretty by the numbers, which is surprising considering that Rod Serling wrote the screenplay, who is normally very reliable for turing out smart, original scripts. Not a bad film, but certainly not one of Frank or Serling's best.
(it) wrote: 5 stars for great story.0 stars for atrocious acting and CGI angel.There is so much to love about Disciples. The story is amazing, Tony Todd, Angus Scrimm and Bill Mosely are great. Everyone else is so very bad. A real mess unfortunately because with much better actors, and angel effects, this movie would easily be one of the best angel/demon movies ever.
(mx) wrote: Breezy thriller with serviceable performances all around. Not great but good enough.
(br) wrote: Entertaining horror film but nothing new in the genre's horizon.