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Comm-Ando: The Review

Director: Mark L. Lester
Cast: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Rae Dawn Chong, Vernon Wells, Dan Hedaya, Alyssa Milano, Bill Duke, David Patrick Kelly, James Olsen
Plot: An ex-Colonel (Schwarzenegger) is targeted by vengeful enemies from his past, who kidnap his daughter and force him to carry out an assassination. 653 more words

Reviews From The Past

Dreamscape (1984, Joseph Ruben)

Dreamscape has a lot of subplots. The main plot barely gets any more time during the second act than the subplots. But I’m getting ahead of myself because I wanted to talk about the first act, which has Dennis Quaid getting reacquainted with mentor Max von Sydow. 632 more words

★½

Shake the Scene: Commando

Commando (1985)

The Scene: The Commando Killing Spree

Why I Love This Scene: I don’t know how I saw Commando back in 85 or 86. My folks, as you may recall from other posts of mine, were somewhat very laid-back when it came to the flicks they let me watch as a kid. 305 more words

Shake The Scene

Episode 28: Commando (1985)

Cross introduces us to John Matrix, a larger than life ex-special forces killing machine whose daughter has just been kidnapped. Where does this rip-roaring tale of steroidal revenge rank in the Arnie Canon, and what will Mitch make of it all? 7 more words

Movies

Directed By Walter Hill : The Posters

Having grown up at the end of the Peckinpah era, I was well aware of The Osterman Weekend at theaters and the influence his style had on others. 540 more words

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Last Man Standing (1996)

A drifter stumbles onto a border town that’s being controller by two rival bootlegging gangs during the prohibition era.

Last Man Standing is quite a frustrating film because it so very nearly works. 151 more words

Film