average plus B movie
This movie was made by a team of beginners, almost everybody is unknown
in the team, with the exception of Wesley Snipes. It seems to be done
on a low budget, but it is ambitious, well paced, and frankly speaking
I do not understand the negative reactions of many of the viewers who
commented on this film. The story is in the post-war trauma genre, with
the principal hero getting caught into a mistaken identity case,
involved in some psychotic drugs exchange, and injected himself with
the drug, which leads to personality control and is fatal if an
anti-dote is not found in the next few hours. Sure, there are a lot of
coincidences around to enable the story, and the film has its dose of
incredible gunshots and violent fist punching, but it's not worse than
in most of the blockbusters in recent years. What counts and is good in
my opinion is the fact that the story is well-filmed, characters are
credible and the relationship between the main character, his
girl-friend including the follow-ups of the war experiences of the hero
are human and credible. Acting is OK, no good special effects to
mention, but the interest on what is going on is kept awake all over.
The film does not seem to have been released in cinemas in the US, may
have gone directly to video and DVD, and I am wondering why. Anyway,
for action films lovers it's an average plus installment, not to be
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this movie is good.
all r good.
I rented out this movie expecting a piece of junk. I actually got an
involving movie. Wesley Snipes is good in this movie. The girl who
plays his love interest (who appears on NYPD Blue and I can't think of
her name) is also good. Snipes plays a former special forces agent who
is mistaken for an assassin. He is injected with a drug that makes him
hallucinate. His girlfriend is a cop who is the person he can trust
with people trying to kill him left and right. This movie was obviously
made on a low budget and it shows sometimes with some fake looking
special effects. The plot comes dangerously close to idiot plot (where
the movie would be over immediately if everybody wasn't an idiot)at
times. However, you can't help but get yourself involved with this
story. This beats the disappointing Blade: Trinity, which ended the
series on a low note. This is worth a DVD rental. 7/10.