Warriors of the Apocalypse
After WWIII has devastated America, a small band of female warriors attempt to survive long enough to make it to the last city left. The problem is dictator Rollins doesn't want her city overpopulating so she sends out her team of mercenaries to hunt and eliminate any "survivors" in the wastelands. The females, along with the help of a man out to avenge the death of his family, fight their way to the city combating mutated scavengers, wasteland renegades, and the city's own mercenaries along the way!
- Stars:Brian Anthony, Brian Arrington, Gary Barickman, Luc Bernier, Matt Borczon, Sara Brooks, Steve Brown, Darian Caine, Jimmy Crissman, Debbie D, Bob Dobiesz, Andrew Ferrick, Brian Heffron, Len Kabasinski, Robert Kurek,
- Director:Len Kabasinski,
- Writer:Len Kabasinski
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Warriors of the Apocalypse torrent reviews
(au) wrote: This is without doubt the best career retrospective documentary that I have seen. It says a lot for Allen's body of work that it can provoke over 3 hours (split over 2 parts) of clips and interviews and not stretch the point at any stage. It highlight just how Allen has changed and diversified as a film maker but also the breadth of his influence, from Scorsese to Larry David and Chris Rock to people like Scarlett Johansson, all of whom are clearly in awe of him. The scariest part is that he isn't done yet and his subsequent film, To Rome With Love is one of his strongest in years. We might need a part 3 before he is finished. This is a fitting document to one of the great American film-makers.
(de) wrote: This highly anticipated film that features some of the best talent on and off the screen in Asia was possibly one of the worst movie i have ever seen in my life. Messy editing, horrible effects and even worse was the non existing character development. such a waste of the talent and such a badly executed film that's beyond belief.
(kr) wrote: In an idle and careless moment I paid to watch this film on tv. To be fair to myself I remember a film, 'Grizzly' I think it was called, with an 18 foot bear that knew how to terrorize,even if the plot was nicked straight from Jaws. This memory had me thinking that 'Bear' would be a bit of grizzly fun, but it was one of the most mind-numbingly tedious films I have ever watched, the characters were poorly written and poorly acted, the plot unimaginative and unbelievable, the bear too small and not at all scary. The film makers missed an opportunity to liven things up with the potential for an hilarious end with the presence of cake, drugs, alchohol and fire in the car for an explosive ending but no imagination was evident.The best bit of the film is when soeone walks across the screen as the credits roll and the editor obviously thought it wasnt worth taking out as it provided a tiny bit of relief to an otherwise worthless film.
(jp) wrote: the art world version of party monster. loathsome, repugnant and vicious. who cares if the plot ain't brilliant - these people are hideous, making this a must-see for the sheer car crash factor alone.
(de) wrote: Not to belittle Meryl Streep's performance which was outstanding but the film could have done with another hour or at least half an hour to fill in spaces over a very quickly glossed over political career. Ironically Thatcher's bout with dementia was actually the most poignant part of the film despite criticisms of friends of the family that it was dehumanizing. I thought it made her appear more human than she likely was.
(ru) wrote: Somewhat slow moving, but interesting if you want to watch a movie with the theme of Hydroplane racing. Some language and two short scenes you should skip.
(br) wrote: Surprising, tense, sexy....4 Trinitys
(us) wrote: Bullets Over Broadway is a very entertaining film. It has the sophistication that draws Woody Allen fans and this one is also quite funny. Dianne Wiest gives a great performance as does Chazz Palminteri. John Cusack plays the struggling artist working to create his masterpiece while not compromising it in any way but he finds that to impossible as everything in his life starts to become more and more compromising. It asks a great question,"Do you love the man or the artist"...can they be separated? Does one love a person for who they are or for what they do? Why not both? As an artist myself I found it to be refreshing to hear these questions being asked.
(ag) wrote: A surprisingly hard-edged thriller with a jarring start featuring Marc Mazza as the rider, who looks much like Tom Noonan in Manhunter and behaves almost as sickly. The aftermath of this act gets increasingly twisted, with great dialogue by writer Sebastien Japrisot. The cat & mouse games between Bronson and Jobert escalate and shift in tone drastically, keeping the viewer challenged. The flash backs and forward are handled briefly, and without condescension. Francis Lai's score is terrific, establishing a moody atmosphere while punctuating dramatic scenes well. The French R2 PAL dvd from Canal Plus has a spectacular anamorphic image, Bronson's dubbed voice actually matches his tone quite well, and english fansubs have been widely available for over a year.
(br) wrote: the greatest stomp movie ever