Dünyayı Kurtaran Adam (The Man Who Saved the World) is a 1982 Turkish science fantasy martial arts superhero adventure filmdirected by Çetin Inanç,[2][3] starring actor and martial artist Cüneyt Arkın.[4] The film is popularly known abroad as Turkish Star Wars, due to its notorious unauthorized use of footage, music and sound effects from Star Wars and other science fiction films.[5][6][7] The film combines science fiction themes with martial arts fantasy film action, having more in […]

This show is right up my alley, since I’m a sucker for things that have been made seriously, and then it just crashes and burn. This is extremely entertaining with a lot of stop-motion and a Spiderman running on an apparent floor, but we are supposed to think it’s walls or ceiling. Kids toys are we supposed to believe are real working robots or vehicles. Just awesome!

8/10 … I really don’t know what to say about this that haven’t been said before. I love this movie, but then I’m a sucker for “bad” movies that wasn’t meant to be bad … or comedic. A movie where the director thought he made something great, but fails miserably.

So what’s not to like? Tombstones made out of cardboard, A Swedish wrestler who can’t act, Boom mikes showing, Toy UFO’s and much, much more goodies throghout the movie….

8/10 … Mr. Gaye had one of the most amazing voices in the history of soul music, but unfortunately with a tormented soul, that we can properly put on his fucked up father. A father that couldn’t give his son praise for his accomplishments, a cross-dressing pastor that gave his son shit for not making ”gods” music 😡, and ultimately killed him the day before Marvin would turn 45. May he rot in his christian hell forever and ever.

7/10 … 😂😂😂 The people behind this movie should really have studied what a clone is? You have to look like Bruce Lee to be a clone, you can’t just take an Asian guy who knows Kung Fu. Or Kung Fu … choreographed dancing might be a better word for what’s going on at the screen. Seldom have I seen more “Let’s hit in the air, but let’s pretend it was in the head” fighting than in this one……

8/10 … I confess, my knowledge of old kung-fu/martial art movies are limited. I have more or less only seen Bruce Lee and old Jackie Chan ones. I googled for “best Wu Tang movie” and this was the one recommended on the first two hits I looked at. It took me some minutes to get into it, because of the english dubbing (especially on the females) but after some getting used to I was sold. It’s more or less non-stop action and the classic sound effects everytime someone gets hit….

6/10 … I asked on a movie forum if anyone had some recomendation about movies with weirdos living inside the walls in other peoples houses or similar. I got recommended this one. Don’t know how I missed this one , it has my favourite creepy guy Klaus Kinski in the lead. And sure he is creepy here, proberly the creepiest I have ever seen him, just wonderful! It has a made-for-TV feeling, and I can’t find any information if it was ever released on the big screen. Although there are real bonkers stuff in thi….

7/10 … Question … Did filmmakers in the 1980’s think that in the future nothing would have happened to fashion and hairstyles? 😂 This lovely b-action movie has that Mad Max or Post Apocalyptic feel. All gang members look like they been taken from a random gay musical on broadways back streets. The main lead Cody’s sibling Angel is impossible to judge if it’s a boy or a girl. Besides the gender confused teenagers this is an entertaining movie and we get the regular b-action movie trops like never ending magazines and a lot of action scenes. Another question, why do this automatic weapon equiped gangbangers even go to school? 😂