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You're travelling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind; a journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination. Marshall Julius Above the Law (aka Nico] USA 1988 99 mins A i O teven Seagal piles the bodies high and wide as he guns for cardboard k J psycho Henry Silva in this unremarkable thriller, a cop movie with a taste for blood and a blunt political edge.
That's the signpost up ahead - your next stop, the Action Zone. Bones snap and bullets fly as single-minded Chicago cop Nico Tbscani (Stevie) hunts a well-connected gang of ruthless CIA assassins on the streets of Chicago, swaggering from one violent confrontation to the next, hampered only by a screenplay which takes itself too seriously, a feeble supporting cast and a director intent on adding depth to a plot which doesn’t deserve the effort.
“You guys think you’re above the law’, he hisses, ‘well you ain’t above mine.’ He’s tough, that’s for sure, and extremely Italian. Predictably enough, by the time Lyon makes it to the US his brother is toast, but rather than seek revenge, as any respectable action hero would, Lyon decides that it’s more important to bond with his niece and widowed sister-in-law, and earn enough cash to be able to take them to safety, far away from the city. suffers from a chronic lack of direction and general shortage of imagination, the good news is that no matter where you are in the movie, the next no- holds-barred, one-on-one fight scene is never very far away, but you’d best be prepared for one encounter to look much the same as the next because variety is a spice this film makes do without. Shah, Eric Karson; Screenplay: Sheldon Lettich, Jean-Claude Van Damme, based on a screenplay by S. Warren, story by Jean-Claude Van Damme; Production Design: Gregory Pickrell; Editor: Mark Conte; Photography: Robert C.
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A grand swashbuckling spectacular with laughs, thrills and a hell of a lot of romance (usually, we don’t go in for this sort of thing, but it’s fun - and instructional - to see Flynn in action), The Adventures of Don Juan follows the dashing one as he returns to Spain, wows the ladies, earns the trust of a Queen (Viveca Lindfors, quite a babe in her day) and battles the evil forces of the dastardly Duke de Lorca (Robert Douglas), a “boo-hiss’ type of villain with designs on the throne.
Assisted by perennial sidekick Alan Hale, Flynn and company engage in brief bursts of lively, light-hearted action throughout, building to a glorious staircase duel as Don and the Duke settle their differences man-to-menace. Director: Vincent Sherman; Producer: Jerry Wald; Screenplay: George Oppenheimer, Harry Kumitz, based on a story by Herbert Dalmas; Production Design: Edward Carrere; Editor: Alan Crossland Jr; Photography: Elwood Bredell; Music: Max Steiner; Cast: Errol Flynn, Viveca Lindfors, Robert Douglas, Alan Hale, Romney Brent, Ann Rutherford, Raymond Burr. Aliens ® The Adventures of Robin Hood USA 1938 102 mins 'jj^ E rrol Flynn has the time of his life robbing from the rich, giving to the poor, romancing fair Maid Marion (Olivia de Havilland) and battling vile Prince John (Claude Rains, the original Invisible Man) while modelling the snuggest green tights in creation (not many people realize that nylon was available in medieval England) in what is undoubt¬ edly the greatest Hollywood swashbuckler of 'em all.
Henry Silva, meanwhile, is as coolly certifiable as ever, a 2-D TV villain with a vicious streak no wider, in fact, than Nico’s own. Pursued by a couple of chunky legionnaires intent on bringing him to justice, Lyon keeps his head down and his fists flying as he takes on an increasingly challenging range of fighters (all of them trained by Bloodsport’s Frank Dux), from Only the Strong's Paco Christian Prieto to man mountain Atilla (Abdel Qissi), a posturing killer with freaky sideburns and a taste for ripping people in half. Action Jackson USA 1988 95 mins ^3^ ^5^ L ong before Robo Cop patrolled the streets of Detroit, an earlier breed of law enforcer tore off his shirt, pumped up his pecs, oiled down his bod and played the hero game.