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No Man's Land Reviews

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August 4, 2011
Pretty unoriginal plot involving an undercover cop getting to hooked with his target and enjoying the car theft lifestyle. Surprisingly the film isn't half bad for a dumb action crime flick with Sheen as the main smooth guy, Sheen to be honest is perfect for the role of the playboy type creep who steals Porches for a living whilst Sweeney is a little weak but looks the part as a young inexperienced cop.

Nothing really exciting happens in the film but there are some nice sequences involving the stealing of Porches and of course plenty of classic 80's German cars on display both in chase sequences and just as car porn hehe Randy Quaid and Bill Duke make up the rest of the classic old school line up, neither are that interesting but it all adds that retro charm, the same goes for the whole film really, nothing too amazing but a steady solid little crime thriller with nice performances, nice cars, a predictable plot, fair direction and perhaps alittle precursor to the 'Fast n Furious' franchise without the flashy glitz.
½ April 8, 2015
D.B. and Charlie playing dress up....aint that sweet.
April 6, 2015
Suspenseful and gripping, No Man's Land is an 80's gem that delivers great performances by Charlie Sheen, D. B. Sweeney and Randy Quaid; as well as also teaching a valuable life lesson.
½ September 5, 2011
Actually a really entertaining 80s car theft movie. Sheen and Sweeney are more than believable in their roles so it's defiantly worth the look. Oh and I'm more than sure that the makers of the Fast and Furious movie (at least the first installment) had this movie in their mind while plotting the other.
½ August 7, 2011
Long before The Fast and The Furious, there was No Man's Land - a film that's slightly better because it has Porsches instead of ricers.
April 15, 2007
Respectable crime thriller, good cast, especially D.B. Sweeney. he is well cast. Some great car chase sequences, good pacing and some fine editing keep this one interesting.
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