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A Minor Classic. My own opinion is this post apocalyptic flic deserves to be right up there with the best of the Mad Max films, and I suspect an indifferent ad campaign doomed it from the start. I love it when a film delivers a lot more than I expected, which is what you get here. Rutger Hauer and Joan Chen are the primary players on a team of roving 'athletes' who play a brutal game involving two sides, each of which is attempting to win by being the first to spike the skull of a dog on the opposing team's post (don't ask - the origin of this 'sport' is never revealed). The winning team gets room and board, and maybe a cut of the betting. Think of it as a variation of baseball's farm system and minor leagues. Sully, Rutger's character, reached the 'major leagues' before the film begins, but due to poor judgement in choosing his bed partners, was cast all the way down to the bottom, and he's trying to make it back. The teams that get to the top are allowed to commingle with this future society's one percenters who hold all the wealth and power. They also get a vicarious thrill watching their 'sports heroes' bleed playing the game, hence the title. The film is well paced but sparse, you get to learn just enough to understand what's happening and why. Because of the context in which it is portrayed, it seems to never get dated. Almost no romantic moments, but violence? Oh, yeah. If for no other reason, the film's ending scene where Sully instructs Kidda (Joan Chen's character) what her next actions should be, elevates this above most other films in the genre. Let me put it this way - I gladly re-watch this one every chance I get. My vote - 4 and 1/2 stars.
What is a socially acceptable conversation when your family's killer sits down to dinner? 'Unforgiven' explores the interactions between murderers, rapists, thieves and their victims in this documentary exploring the power of restorative justice, forgiveness and reconciliation 20 years after the Rwandan Genocide.
A little girl is taken on a mind-bending tour of her distant future.
Mr. Kora, the serial killer, was screwed from birth as his face was filled with tumors.
Award-winning sports chronicler Bud Greenspan delivers a powerful and emotional look at six individual stories in the official film of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City. Greenspan goes beyond highlight footage to tell the story of how these athletes overcome incredible obstacles to achieve Olympic glory.
Two LA cops, Julie and Jay, must return Marsalas to Africa to stand trial as the chief state witness against international villain Alex Gatelee. Gatelee, into everything from gold smuggling to female slave trade, hijacks the party. In a vicious shoot out Julie and Jay overcome Gatelee's men. Gatelee then has Julie kidnapped from one of his nightclubs. He tries to use Julie as bait to get Jay to hand over Marsalas in exchange for Julie...
In director Angel Muniz's incisive follow-up to the 1995 original, genial Dominican immigrant Balbuena (Luisito Marti) remains determined to make the Big Apple his own even as the challenges stack up. This time, he decides that a marriage of convenience to an American citizen is the fastest and best ticket to paradise. Question is, can Balbuena find a willing partner in crime - or someone who'll fall in love with him?
A lawyer in his 30s named Danny still dreams about becoming a cowboy when his fiancée leaves him on the eve of their wedding ceremony. Fortunately, for him, not one, but two contrasting girls appear on his life to take her place: the bubbly Jo Jo and the more traditional Candice. But who will win out?
Katelin Kingsford, an Olympic hopeful figure skater wants to train with a Russian figure skating coach. In order to go to go to the school that Natasha is at, Katelin gets a scholarship playing on the girls hockey team.
A member of the U.S. kickboxing team recruits his father and his fellow teammates to help stop a ruthless gambler from rigging the World Kickboxing Championship in Las Vegas.
To avenge the death of his family, a man infiltrates a group of wealthy killers who take homeless people and use them as prey in a sadistic game of "hunt the man down".
Four short films by four different directors dealing with the principles of modern life.