John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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The plot is much like Eaten Alive, only with more action and less cannibalism. This one features a solid cast of character actors though, which makes it a little more engaging.
Solid enough hack 'em upper.
More amateur crap from the man who brought us garbage like Cannibal Holocaust. Not as sick as Cannibal Holocaust, but just as badly acted by the main characters. No animal cruelty which earned it a point. Something of a storyline, but rather sloppily put together, often lost and slow.
The apparent third to the Deodato troilogy, though what this has to do with his Cannibal movies is anyones guess, (oh right, South America) is not BAD for an 80's action movie. Drugs, violennce, naked babes, it's all here.. And Willie Aames! My god, such a tumble. The movie is pretty good until the very very end when the two quizically decide by god, they're goiing on a plane!
More amatuer crap from the man who brought us garbage like Cannibal Holocast. Not as sick as Cannibal Holocaust, but just as badly acted by the main characters. No animal cruelty which earned it points. Something of a storyline, but rather sloppily put together, often lost and slow.
The late, lovely Lisa Blount is a reporter who tracks down a drug cartel run by South American natives and their Colonel Kurtz-like leader (the reliable Richard Lynch). Flesh-ripping, head-chopping carnage and sleaze ensues. Ruggero Deodato's jungle adventure is relatively restrained compared to his "Cannibal Holocaust", the notoriously nasty last word on tropical tastelessness which subtly (!) sends up the cannibalistic news media. "Cut and Run" revisits that commentary, but with stronger production values. While you can't get more dubious than an ultra-violent exploitation flick that indicts media exploitation of violence, it's an effective and tightly-directed thriller. Look for future "ER" star Eriq La Salle as a pimp!
B-grade movie with the look and feel of a 70s exploitation movie. Plot could have been good, if it didn't feel like a ripoff of Apocalypse Now and Cannibal Holocaust.
Not all bad - the term "so bad, it's good" comes to mind. Still, overall, pretty weak.
Highly enjoyable film. Michael Berryman is a badass in this film
Another classic from Ruggero Deodato.
RUGGERO DEODATO......Director of CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST come's his action packed natural NIGHTMARE!!!!!!
Deodato seems to have a big influence on cannibal cinema, cannibal holocaust was okay nothing I could watch again...I remember this from TV years ago and it hasn't aged well at all...........
Though the positives are that the production is decent for its budget and the acting and direction for an extensive American cast is pretty good. But it's the bore factor and how dull it is that puts you off............................. One last thing, THE SOUNDTRACK IS FUCKING AMAZING!!!!!!