Six years after the events of The X-Files series finale, former FBI agent Doctor Dana Scully is now a staff physician at Our Lady of Sorrows, a Catholic hospital, and treating a boy named Christian who has Sandhoff disease, a terminal brain condition. FBI agent Drummy arrives to ask Scully’s help in locating Fox Mulder, the fugitive former head of the X-Files division, and says they will call off its manhunt for him if he will help investigate the disappearances of several women, including young FBI agent Monica Banan. Mulder and Scully are called back to duty by the FBI when a former priest claims to be receiving psychic visions pertaining to a kidnapped agent.
Robert G (ag) wrote: this actor is the real deal when it comes to delivering pain. must be a navy seal.
Janine R (es) wrote: Ummm.....yeah. No didnt like it! Dragged on way too long at the start and even after discussing the movie at the end, still made no sense!
Larry M (mx) wrote: Hands down the most bizarrely awkward film ever. Nothing makes sense and nobody seems to care. It's almost too painfully bad to watch even on a bad movie night with friends...but somehow I can't help but stare at the screen when the Sci-Fi channel runs it in the middle of the night. An ancient Native American warrior (who looks like a pumpkinheaded skeleton in a garbage bag costume) is running around the woods killing people. A special forces unit is sent in to stop it. What follows are the most mind-numbing bungle of disjointed action sequences ever put on film. People wander off into the woods to die at the hands of this goofy Mardi Gras parade castoff who switches weapons in every scene. Your highlights from the weapon selection: a long sword (very popular among the Native Americans) and a bow and arrow (which would be fine if he didn't use it to shoot down a helicopter). Do not attempt to make sense of this movie. The woods go from "impenetrable" at one point to having a power station situated in the middle the other. A road seems to bisect the woods, but our heroes can't find their way out. This is without the technical faults of this film like bullets that spark when they hit tress, scars and other wounds that move around to different locations on people's bodies throughout the film and skeleton man's horse which changes color. Did I mention that he shoots down a helicopter with a bow?
Private U (nl) wrote: it was okay ... similar to infernal affairs, but it's more about a story regarding brotherhood. the originand meaning of 'sword in the moon' is clever and noble. something i aspire to.
Jacob B (br) wrote: Director Henry Selick who did 'Nightmare Before Christmas' wastes what could have been an original premise and stop-motion talent on terrible animation and style.
Jamie C (jp) wrote: Enjoyed it but like most films like this it falls flat, But I did laugh a few times.
Justin B (mx) wrote: good ass picture... watch it to understand....
Tammy R (es) wrote: I really liked this movie. I have not read the book so I don't have that too compare too. I was interested the whole way threw. Great cast and the scenery was beautiful. I'm guessing the rating is low bec it doesn't follow the book enough?
Lucas Lima B (gb) wrote: Boa As Danas,Apresentaes E Msicas Claro
Lukas B (jp) wrote: g.burns 80s classic sequel
Luke H (kr) wrote: One of the Best films in cinematic history! In fact, I belive it is in the best films in history archives. They SHOULD make you watch this film & "born loser" if your planning to do anything in the film industry! Heres my review: must see!
Todd S (au) wrote: I caught bits and pieces of this movie one day on Turner Classics movies, I was bored out of my mind. How did such big stars agree to do this film? it's outdated and Yul Brenner and Tony Curtis play father and son, they look nothing alike, and have no chemistry. 2/10
Tim S (kr) wrote: This film is good enough to fill in time with, but didn't really grip me at all and I had a hard time suspending disbelief for some of the situations. I also found it quite predictable. It's a poor mans mixture of "Castaway" and "Gravity". Unlike those two films, at no point do you really feel that the main character is in any danger.