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Awesome Sci-Fi film that was criminally ignored here in the UK and barely advertised when it was released, a lot of people I know have never heard of it. It has so many great action scenes and Logan Marshall-Green (or as I call him, the American Tom Hardy) is an underrated leading man. The plot is about a man who ends up paralysed after his wife is killed and he is shot, he is offered a second chance by a scientist who has a chip that can help him walk again but also turns him in to a weapon. This film is amazing and has a great twist ending I didn't see coming. 100% recommend this film to any sci-fi and action movie fan.
Rather underrated Sci-Fi film. Robin Williams is great in this film, one of his best film roles in my opinion. A robot that wishes to be a Human and upgrades himself every few years to become more and more human and finds love. His final wish, to die as a human being. Sure it has it's flaws hence the 3 and a half star review but It's better than people make it out to be.
My favourite video game film adaptation, I'm a big fan of the Mortal Kombat games and have a soft spot for this film. Sure it's cheesy and dated but it's an awesome film. Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa is fantastic as Shang Tsung. The less we say about the sequel though the better.
A brilliant Anti-War film from 1930 based on the 1929 book of the same name. The film follows a group of young men as they enlist in to the German Army to fight in the First World War believing they are doing their duty for the Fatherland. Of course we all know war is brutal and cruel, not a place for men as young as 18 stuck in trenches knowing they may die at any moment. There are some dark and heartbreaking moments in this film and the fact it makes you sympathise for the enemy side of the war who in truth were often only fighting for the homeland makes you take a different perspective of war in general. It's almost hard to believe this film came out 11 years after WW1 and only 9 years before WW2, and even worse to learn it was banned in Germany by the Nazi's who listed it as Jewish propaganda. Overall definitely worth a watch, I've watched it in English but I've heard some people watch the German dub to make it feel even more realistic.
An interesting loose adaptation of Macbeth, switching the setting from Mediaeval Scotland to 16th century Japan. Quite liked how Kurosawa took a Shakespearean play and turned it into a Samurai film. Even though a loose adaptation this film is usually considered one of the best Macbeth adaptations and I definitely recommend it.