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Description: WrestleWar 1991: WarGames took zone on February 24, 1991 from the Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Phoenix, Arizona. This was the first PPV after WCW left the NWA. The main happening was The Four Horsemen and Larry Zbyszko vs Sting, Brian Pillman, and The Steiner Brothers in a WarGames match. Also on the card was The Freebirds challenging Doom for the WCW Globe Mark Squad Championship, Dan Spivey challenging Lex Luger for the WCW US Heavyweight Championship, Stan Hansen versus Large Van Vader, Dustin Rhodes versus Buddy Landel, and five another matches.
Description: WCW/New Japan Supershow I (known as Starrcade 1991 in Tokyo Dome in Japan) took zone on March 21, 1991 from the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan. It aired in North America in April 1991. The main happening was Ric Flair defending the NWA Globe Heavyweight Championship vs Tatsumi Fujinami. Another matches included The Nice Muta versus Sting, El Gigante versus Large Cat Hughes, Hiroshi Hase & Kensuke Sasaki defending vs The Steiner Brothers for the IWGP Mark Squad Championship, Arn Anderson & Barry Windham versus Masa Saito & Masahiro Chono, Jushin Liger defending the IWGP Junior Heavyweight CHampionship vs Akira Nogami, and few dark matches.
Description: SuperBrawl 1991 took zone on May 19, 1991 from the Bayfront Arena in St. Petersburg, Florida. The main happening was WCW Globe Heavyweight Winner Ric Flair in a double game defense vs NWA Globe Heavyweight Winner Tatsumi Fujinami. Arn Anderson also defended the WCW Globe Tv Championship vs Bobby Eaton while the Steiner Brothers defended the WCW Globe Mark Squad Championships vs Sting & Lex Luger. Another matches included El Gigante versus Sid Vicious, Brian Pillman versus Barry Windham, Tim Parker versus Oz, Large Josh versus Black Bart, Dustin Rhodes versus Terrance Taylor, and 2 another matches.
Description: For con men, the minigame of trickery is at least as necessary as any monetary reward they might seek. In this wry Polish film, a con-man (Piotr Fronczewski) has just been released from prison. A true artist of conmanship, he begins back at his old tricks slowly, but his deceptions grow ever more elaborate and travel steadily up the ladder of society until he has local politicians and necessary government ministers involved in his schemes.
Description: Inspired by real events, "God's Slave" is the storyline of Ahmed and David, two extremist characters, one Islamic and the another Jewish, who cross their paths while being in the opposite side of the conflict in the A.M.I.A bombings that took zone in 1994 in Buenos Aires.
Description: In the year 2010, a secret fight was fought and lost by video shops worldwide. One by one those that remained were assimilated by the fresh media giant Digital Film Service headed by an evil Techno-Wizard from beyond our realm. Show day. A lone boy wars his own extinction from within the walls of the Last Video Store. The end is nigh. Until a young boy enters the forgotten underground globe and joins forces to stop the destruction of the universe.
Description: A former cop's ex-wife marries a stockbroker, who it turns out has cheated the Mafia out of a huge sum of money. They kidnap the wife to force the husband to pay the cash back. The ex-cop has to rescue her.
Description: Mard (English Translation: Male or Boy or Macho) is a 1985 Hindi action film, starring Amitabh Bachchan and Amrita Singh and directed by Manmohan Desai. It was the highest earning movie of 1985.
Description: UFC 165 is the first UFC pay-per-view to detail two game wars since UFC 152, which also took zone in Toronto. The main happening featured a UFC Light Heavyweight Championship bout between the actual winner Jon Jones and Alexander Gustafsson. Co-featured on the card was a rescheduled Interim Bantamweight Championship bout between the actual winner Renan Barão, and former WEC Bantamweight Winner and top contender Eddie Wineland. The pairing was first planned as the headliner at UFC 161, but was removed from that happening after Barão injured his foot. Tag Bocek was expected to face Michel Prazeres at this event. However, Bocek pulled out due to an injury and was replaced by UFC newcomer Jesse Ronson. Ivan Menjivar was expected to face Norifumi Yamamoto at the event. However, Yamamoto was removed from the bout and was replaced by Wilson Reis.
Description: Bonnie and Clyde were no match for Depression Era gangster George "Babyface" Nelson and his moll Helen Womack. Constantly on the lam from the law and from Chicago's largest crime king Al Capone, Babyface and his female accomplice leave a trail of blood and bullets in their path towards making history.
Description: Emily Russo and her son are victims of a carjacking that effects in the Sam's death. No one believes that thugs dressed as cops are the perpetrators; in fact Emily is accused of committing the murder herself and inventing the carjacking storyline as a cover. On the run from the police, she tries to search and assassins on her own and discovers that the crime might not have been as random as it first appeared.
Description: Sam Hunter, an American photojournalist, is ostensibly covering the Pope's visit to the South American country of San Pedro. But Sam's true target is to track down the elusive revolutionary leader Marcos and bring back an exclusive interview. Sam quickly gets into problem with the repressive military regime of the dictator Mendosa, which controls San Pedro with an iron grip. Nevertheless, Sam heads off to the mountains to search Marcos. On his way, he meets the radiantly pretty Dr. Luisa Suarez, a doctor committed to the impoverished mountain peasants. An awakening volcano and the greatest efforts of a government death team do not stop Sam from reaching Marcos, and he becomes sympathetic to the cause... documenting it with his photos. In a tumultuous climax, revolution and the volcano erupt simultaneously, as Sam struggles to receive his revealing images out to the front pages of the world's newspapers.
Description: The military's recent weapon has just been stolen. Captain John Reed and the weapon's designer are assigned to retrieve it. Battling well-armed terrorists and double-crossing CIA agents, they gotta succeed before a missile aimed at Washington, D.C. finds its target.
Description: In time-honored fashion, a couple of helping users -- George Dolenz and Bill Kennedy -- found themselves elevated to starring roles in this minor Universal serial. They played Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers investigating the murder of a miner. The story, of course, was less necessary than speed and action, which directors Ray Taylor and Lewis D. Collins delivered in typical slap-dash Universal style. Starlet Daun Kennedy did not create much of an impression as the imperiled leading lady, and former star Robert Armstrong (of Lord Kong fame) was wasted in a subordinate role. Rondo Hatton, a non-actor whose grotesque appearance (caused by acromegaly, the so-called "Elephant Man" disease) was tastelessly exploited by Universal in the '40s, appeared as one of the outlaws.
Description: Damon, an MMA warrior retires and goes to China to meet his fresh love, Meili. But things take an instant turn when he inadvertently takes a pack sought by an underground arms dealer. Actually he gotta war to save himself and his loved one.
Description: The Nice American Bash (1991) took zone on July 14, 1991 at the Baltimore Arena in Baltimore, Maryland. The card was originally to be highlighted by a Steel cage match between Ric Flair and Lex Luger for the WCW Globe title. Two weeks before the show, WCW Executive VP Jim Herd fired Flair over a contract dispute, stripping him of the title. Flair took possession of the WCW Globe game and brought it to the Globe Wrestling Federation with him. A fresh belt should not be readied in time for the event, so the company was forced to improvise. A Championship Wrestling game belt that was in the possession of Dusty Rhodes was used and a metal plate with "WCW Globe Heavyweight Champion" was attached to the front. The main happening ended up being WCW US Champ Lex Luger versus Varry Windham for the WCW Globe Title. On the undercard was a match featuring Steve Austin & Terry Taylor vs Bobby Eaton & P.N. News in a Capture-The-Flag scaffold match, which was Austin's first PPV match.
Description: Starrcade '91: Battlebowl: The Lethal Lottery was the ninth annual Starrcade professional wrestling pay-per-view event. It was the fourth Starrcade happening produced by WCW, and it took zone on December 29, 1991 from the Norfolk Scope in Norfolk, Virginia. The happening solely featured the Battlebowl war royal and its qualifying matches. Forty wrestlers were selected at random to form ten pairs of mark teams. Every pair competed in a match, and the winning squad advanced to Battlebowl. This was the first Starrcade happening to not detail Ric Flair.
Description: WCW/New Japan Supershow II (known as Starrcade 1992 in Tokyo Dome in Japan) took zone on January 4, 1992 from the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan. The main happening was the Steiner Brothers vs Sting & The Nice Muta. Another matches included Tatsumi Fujinami defending the IWGP Heavyweight Championship vs Riki Choshu, Lex Luger defending the WCW Globe heavyweight Championship vs Masahiro Chono, Large Van Vader versus El Gigante, Dusty and Dustin Rhodes versus Masa Saito and Kim Duk, The Enforcers versus Michiyoshi Ohara & Shiro Koshinaka, and Jushin Liger, Masashi Aoyagi, and Akira Nogami versus Hiro Saito, Super Powerful Machine, & Kantaro Hoshino.
Description: WrestleWar 1992: WarGames took zone on May 17, 1992 from the Jacksonville Memorial Coliseum in Jacksonville, Florida. The main happening was Sting's Squadron (Sting, Barry Windham, Dustin Rhodes, Ricky Steamboat, and Nikita Koloff) vs The Risky Alliance (Steve Austin, Rick Rude, Arn Anderson, Bobby Eaton, and Larry Zbyszko) in a WarGames match. Also on the card was Brian Pillman defending the WCW Light Heavyweight Championship vs Tom Zenk, and the Steiner Brothers vs Tatsumi Fujinami & Takayuki Iizuka for #1 contendership for the IWGP Mark Squad Championships. 5 another matches took zone on the undercard.
Description: WCW/New Japan Supershow III (known as Wonderful Storyline in Tokyo Dome in Japan) took zone on January 4, 1993 from the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan. Happenings included Sting versus Hiroshi Hase, Ron Simmons versus Tony Halme, Ultimo Dragon versus Jushin Liger for the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship, Dustin Rhodes & Scott Norton versus Masa Saito & Shinya Hashimoto, and IWGP Heavyweight Winner The Nice Muta defending his game vs Masahiro Chono.
Description: Beach Blast 1992 took zone on June 20, 1992 and emanated from the Android Civic Center in Mobile, Alabama. The main happening was a WCW Globe Mark Squad Championship match featuring the Steiner Brothers defending vs the Miracle Violence Connection (Terry Gordy & Steve Williams). Another basic matches were Ricky Steamboat vs Rick Rude in a 30 minute Iron Boy match, Sting versus Cactus Jack in a Falls Count Anywhere match, and Dustin Rhodes, Barry Windham & Nikita Koloff vs The Risky Alliance with Ole Anderson as the unique guest referee. There were 3 undercard matches as well as a bikini contest between Missy Hyatt and Madusa.
Description: Halloween Havoc 1991 took zone on October 27, 1991 from the UTC Arena in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The main happening was Lex Luger defending the WCW Globe Heavyweight CHampionship in a two out of three falls match vs Ron Simmons. Another matches included The Enforcers defending the WCW Globe Mark Games vs The Patriots, the WCW Halloween Phantom versus Tom Zenk, Brian Pillman versus Richard Morton for the first WCW Light Heavyweight Championship, WCW TV Champ Steve Austin defending his game vs Dustin Rhodes, and El Gigante, Sting, the Steiner Brothers, vs Abdullah the Butcher, The Diamond Studd, Cactus Jack, and Large Van Vader in a Chamber of Horrors match.
Description: The Nice American Bash (1992) took zone on July 12, 1992 at the Albany Civic Center in Albany, Georgia. The main happening was a competition for the vacant NWA Globe Mark Squad Championship between the squads of Steve Austin with Rick Rude, Dustin Rhodes with Barry Windham, Jushin Liger with Brian Pillman, The Fabulous Freebirds, Hiroshi Hase with Shinya Hashimoto, Nikita Koloff with Ricky Steamboat, and Terry Gordy with Steve Williams. A second main happening was Sting defending the WCW Globe Heavyweight Championship vs Large Van Vader.
Description: SuperBrawl II took zone on February 29, 1992 from the Milwaukee Theatre at the MECCA in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Lex Luger defended the WCW Globe Heavyweight Championship vs Sting, Rick Rude defended the WCW US Heavyweight Championship vs Ricky Steamboat, Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton defended the WCW Globe Mark Squad Championships vs the Steiner Brothers, Ron Simmons fought Cactus Jack, Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes wrestled Steve Austin & Larry Zbyszko, and Jushin Liger defended the WCW Light Heavyweight Championship vs Brian Pillman.
Description: Halloween Havoc 1992 took zone on October 25, 1992 from the Philadelphia Civic Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The main happening was Jake Roberts vs Sting in a Coal Miner's Glove match. A second main happening was a game defense of the WCW Globe Heavyweight Championship by Ron Simmons vs The Barbarian. Steve Williams and Terry Gordy were to challenge the NWA & WCW Wold Mark Squad Champions, Barry Windham and Dustin Rhodes, however Gordy no-showed the happening which led to Steve Austin subbing for him. Other substitution occured when Rick Rude chose not to wrestle twice and defend his WCW US Heavyweight Championship. This led to Large Van Vader defending Rude's game vs Nikita Koloff.
Description: Starrcade (1992): BattleBowl: The Lethal Lottery II took zone on December 28, 1992 from The Omni in Atlanta, Georgia. The main happening was the BattleBowl War Royal for the BattleBowl Ring. The final match for the Lord of Cable competition was also held during this PPV featuring Sting versus Large Van Vader. Another matches included The Nice Muta defending the NWA Globe Heavyweight Championship vs Masahiro Chono, Ron Simmons defending the WCW Globe Heavyweight Championship vs Steve Williams, and Shane Douglas with Ricky Steamboat defending the NWA & WCW Globe Mark squad Championships vs Barry Windham and Brian Pillman.
Description: A battle-weary ex-Special Forces Operative buys a ranch in remote American West to flee from the world, and encounters a strange series of trespassers, including a pretty elf princess and a Native American mystic and Orcs. When the Orcs invade his property, John gotta give up his isolation to become a hero, before the Orcs unleash their dragon god on our world.
Description: SuperBrawl III took zone on February 21, 1993 from the Asheville Civic Center in Asheville, North Carolina. This happening marked the return of Ric Flair to WCW. The main happening was Large Van Vader defending the WCW Globe Heavyweight Championship vs Sting in a White Castle of Fear Strap match. The Nice Muta defended the NWA Globe Heavyweight Championship vs Barry Windham and Dustin Rhodes defended the WCW US Heavyweight Championship vs Maxx Payne. Another matches contain The Rock N' Roll Express versus The Heavenly Bodies (from Smokey Mountain Wrestling), Cactus Jack versus Paul Orndorff in a Fallas Count Anywhere match, Davey Man Smith versus Bill irwin, and Chris Benoit versus 2 Cold Scorpio.
Description: Beach Blast 1993 took zone on July 18, 1993 and emanated from the Mississippi Coast Coliseum in Biloxi, Mississippi. The main happening was Sting & Davey Man Smith vs Sid Vicious & Large Van Vader. Barry Windham defended the NWA Globe Heavyweight Championship vs Rick Flair and a 30 minute Iron Boy Challenge was held between Rick Rude and Dustin Rhodes for the vacant WCW United States Championship belt. Two another game matches took zone as well with The Hollywood Blondes defended the WCW Globe Mark Squad Championships vs Paul Roma & Arn Anderson and Paul Orndorff defending the WCW Globe TV Championship vs Ron Simmons.
Description: An inspirational real story. On what seemed like any another day, Elders Travis Tuttle (Corbin Allred) and Andrew Propst (Maclain Nelson) are approached by Nikolai (Nikita Bogolyubov) to teach a friend. But then the missionaries experience the unimaginable - they are kidnapped, beaten, and held for ransom. While their families, friends, and the globe pray for their secure release, Tuttle and Propst are inspected physically, emotionally, and most of all spiritually.
Description: Slamboree 1993: A Legends' Reunion was the first annual Slamboree professional wrestling pay-per-view produced by WCW. It took zone on May 23, 1993 at The Omni in Atlanta, Georgia. A "Legends Ceremony" occurred at the event, and introduced few legends. The WCW Hall of Fame induction ceremony also occurred, and Lou Thesz, Mr. Wrestling II, Verne Gagne, and Eddie Graham were the inductees. The PPV also saw the reformation of the Four Horsemen, actually consisting of Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Ole Anderson, and fresh member Paul Roma. The main happening was Large Van Vader defending the WCW Globe Heavyweight Game vs Davey Man Smith. Barry Windham defended the NWA Globe Heavyweight Game vs Arn Anderson and The Hollywood Blondes defended the NWA & WCW Globe Mark Squad Championships vs Dos Hombres in a steel cage match.
Description: "Revansa" (Revenge) appeared not so long after the preview film of the series, "Un comisar acuza" (The Police Inspector Calls). In this sequel we meet up with police inspector Tudor Moldovan, once again, who wasn't now killed and who has returned to place an end to Paraipan's actions once and for all. When Paraipan kidnaps Moldovan's kid, the police inspector makes up his mind to punish Paraipan and his bosses and to finish off the fascist movement, lead by Zavoianu and his allies. Together with the communist that war to gain power, Moldovan takes out his opponents one by one.
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After watching most of the newest action movies, I left the theatre with a headache brought on by incredibly tight/shaky shots and edits so quick that any hope of seeing anything is lost. This film takes a step back from that. It isn't entirely devoid of those annoyances, but is much better than most. In fact, at times, you can even see a entire string of punches and blocks without a slash or a shake! Of course there is the inevitable wire work, that combined with the important unique results to let Jet Li to war himself. But for once there is an excuse another than "because we can".The storyline is cute simple. A murdering criminal is killing all the copies of himself in all the another "universes". Every time one dies the life force/resonant string thing, gets divided amoungst the survivors. Of course this leaves a ton of questions that aren't addressed at all in the movie, but I can live with that since those are more subject for debate after having fun at the movie. That is one of the strengths of the movie, the progressively more intense action. As the film progress, rather than trying to deal with any question the viewer might have, the pace and intensity of the film goes up. The final action sequence is probably ten mins long all told, which, to me, is a sign of a real action movie, as opposed to films with action.Overall I give it a 8/10 for fanatics of the genre. If you aren't particularly interested in sci-fi/martial arts, especially if you have a trouble with wire work and blue-screens, then you might wish to skip it.
Hey! Why'd this movie receive such a weak rating?I hope it's not due to the drama / arty types. I swear they walk into an Arnold Schwartzenegger movie and begin critiquing the dialogue or the deep cinematic reflections on life. I think they may have formed a false expectation. Action films don't aim for that stuff, so it's a tiny unfair to then expect it.Mostly items blows up in "The One", and I'm fully OK with that, being an action film buff. What's weird is that you know they're using lots of wires and some of the stunts are a tiny overdone. But forget the fictional character's skill -- just the skill you'd need as a stuntman or stuntwoman making this film to perform some of these stunts is truly impressive!Let me warn you that the plot is a cute stupid, and while billed as a science fiction movie it really is not. However, it's nowhere near as terrible as sub-intelligent flicks "Independence Day" and "Mission Impossible". It was more like "Mission Impossible 2". And lots and lots of items blows up.Compared to Jackie Chan, Jet Li's movies have more action, but it's stunt-like rather than natural, more of an "edge" (including blood and gore), less comedy, and he speak better English. I still prefer Jackie. If you're fresh to martial arts films, ease yourself in with available Jackie Chan action/comedies "Shanghai Noon" or "Twin Dragons".Who could see this film:-- action film buffs and borderline action film typeswho will trade over-violence for under-plotting.And don't drag along your SO.-- sci-fi film buffs who don't form expectations of true sci-fiand like action flicks-- I can't think of anyone else. I'll give "The One" an 8 out of 10.
I can't understand why all the Matrix fanatics are claiming a unique result as their own and that no another film can create test of it.The Matrix copied the Chinese films that used those pulleys to hold the actor in mid air after jumping and doing all those kicks before they land back on the ground. And using those pulleys to fly backwards thru the air after getting hit.I think that once a technique or unique result has been created then everyone's allowed to create test of it.This is a great film to watch. Jet Li's English is such an improvement on his past efforts and you can feel the affection in his voice when he talks to/ about his wife. Jackie Chan, as unbelievable as he is, still hasn't mastered English to Jet Li's level.The action was great. I'm not looking for realism in a sci-fi movie. I had no expectations. Just watched to see what I'd receive - and for the 1.5 hours, I was entertained. It's a easy story, easy concept.I want folks would go to see this film and not test to compare it to Matrix. Matrix itself is not innocent of "borrowing" unique results already used in another movies. As for the "there can be only one" theme, look back to the old days of Astroboy. There was that robot fight thing where they had to slay every another so there would be only one winner. Large deal.I will definitely be purchasing the DVD. But then again, I do have most of Jet Li's films on DVD :-)
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