This Italian-Turkish co-production helmed by genre veteran Antonio Margheriti (using the pseudonym "Anthony M. Dawson") was cobbled together from a four-part science-fiction miniseries shown on Italian television. In prehistoric times, the muscular Yor (Reb Brown in a loincloth) saves his cave-babe (Corinne Clery) from a dinosaur just before they get zapped into the future to battle bad guys in the familiar desolate wasteland. Genre stalwart John Steiner (Caligole) and the ubiquitous Luciano Pigozzi co-star with Carol Andre.
Dhl M (ca) wrote: Thought this was a great family movie.
Heather M (fr) wrote: A terrible start to a rather enjoyable zombie comedy. The cast was great, but I almost passed on it because the beginning was awkward to watch.
Michael Z (ag) wrote: Dick directs skillfully, but without much inspiration, and The Invisible War (though successfully eye-opening) does little to break from doc-filmmaking convention. As for the film's extra-cinematic influence, only time will tell whether there will be any significant reaction.*2/4*
J C (fr) wrote: It's not funny, it's not thrilling, and the plot is a mess. Thomas Haden Church's acting is wooden, and the rest of the cast doesn't do much better.
Brian R (mx) wrote: man Are they trying to make this movie bad on purpose this is the worst acting I've seen
Tom K (ag) wrote: The most disturbing video Nine Inch Nails never made about Unit 371. You'll cringe and gag and force yourself to look away. But if you can sit through the 4+ hours of intense gore and brutal imagery and the irritating audio effects, this is one film you will never forget!
Christina H (es) wrote: bad, bad movie . . . just don't watch it.
jared b (gb) wrote: This is one doc that shoud be seen by all, even if you're not into surfing, it really is breath taking. Gnarly even.
Justin B (br) wrote: Pretty forgettable 90's action fluff.
Sandy K (es) wrote: Charming and funny. So many great lines in it, and they never fail to make me laugh, no matter how many times I watch it. If I could give it 6 stars, I would.
Private U (au) wrote: Vikings and whale graveyards...epic.
Matt G (jp) wrote: It's like Eternal Sunshine meets Face of Another but it's treated like a horror film. Stunning. Vivid fever dream visuals and delicate handling of such complicated logic. And Rock Hudson with a spellbinding performance. This would not work without him. Perhaps the best thriller I've ever seen.
James L (mx) wrote: Thanks Brian it saved my life.
Kay L (au) wrote: Not as horrible as expected but it's pretty gruesome.
Timothy G (us) wrote: The story is a well-done reimagining of the ape revolt told in Conquest of the Planet of Apes. Andy Serkis' Ceaser is also an outstanding performance. However, this movie lacks the hard socio-political edge that made the original series so great. I hope future installments will correct this.
Andrea L (jp) wrote: This is the best movie I have ever seen Billy Crudup act in. He was excellent.