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Fallen Ones [Import]


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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
You need to find a new way to fight. Dec 18 2005
By Melancholy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The opening of The Fallen Ones is an enormous, neon-lit exclamation to the world - this film is going to be dreadful and ludicrous, but by golly, we are going to do it anyway! I was simply shocked at how nonsensical and downright insulting-to-one's-intelligence a modern made-for-TV movie could be.

The Fallen Ones resembles one of those after-the-rapture/left-behind Christian films, right down to the helpful old rabbi to read us indecipherable scripture and tell us all the details left out of the bible. Perhaps the idea is that a cherubic, Yiddish-inflected, lilting old man softens the blow of seemingly interminable exposition - it doesn't. Tom Bosley will never be anything but Howard Cunningham to those currently under 65, and possibly Father Dowling to those above 65.

I love how Casper Van Dien's character throws out acromegaly as a possible excuse for the presence of a 40'-tall giant mummy in the desert of the American Southwest, while a 7'-tall actor who has the disease is actually in the first few minutes of the film (Carel Struyken, aka. 90's Lurch). And while we're on the subject, everyone is just too comfortable with this bizarre finding. It doesn't seem to shock or awe anyone as they gather around the giant corpse and banter about "whos-dig this is" or horseback riding or dam construction delays.

We could dismiss the film as silly, childish prattle made for young kids who may be scared of giants or mummies, but the seedy background story of horny angels impregnating human women and producing giant, demonic offspring is probably not suitable for younger viewers. You've been warned.
15 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Typical SciFi channel sludge Feb. 10 2006
By IrnMdn00 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
For a channel that continually gives us such tripe as "Mosquito" and "Bugs", "The Fallen Ones" is far from the worst that the SciFi channel has to offer. But as with most of their offerings, "The Fallen Ones" is devoid of a comprehensible script, Robert Wagner is horrible, and every few minutes you end up asking yourself, "What's going on here? I'm confused."
But that's Ok, because the film is marginally saved by Tom Bosley, I gotta tell ya, you can put Mr Cunningham in any kind of movie, doing any kind of role and I'm going to be entertained.
And you have to mention Caspar Van Diehm...we are living in blessed times to have this generation's John Agar meandering his way through B-movie after B-movie, he is so bad in an "Ed Wood" kind of way, that he almost makes you believe he's a credible actor.
I liked the super-sized mummy, that was good imagination, unfortunately, most of the rest of the movie was lacking.
16 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Feels like a bigger film Sept. 27 2005
By That Horror Guy "Bill" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I have to admit that when I sat down to watch this, I thought it was going to be the typical SCI-FI movie with a monster tearing somebody in half every five minutes. It was surprisingly good. Probably the best thing I've seen Casper Van Dien do since Starship Troopers and it's pretty funny. I would have liked to see more mummys (mummies?), but the scenes with them are pretty cool. The extras on the DVD are pretty interesting. The thing I kept coming back to was that this felt like a bigger film. I wonder if it was supposed to be in theaters.

All in all, a pretty decent creature feature.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Realy good flick! May 13 2009
By Earl R. Bucken - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I loved the movie and highly recomend it to anyone who is a fan of both Tom Bosley and Robert Wagner. They are very good in this movie and just havi9ng them in it makes it all the better to watch it.
The movie was a little bit on the scary side for the little ones though, So you will have to consider this before showing it to them at all.

But all in all it was a VERY GOOD movie!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Two words: GIANT MUMMY Aug. 19 2010
By Michael J. Tresca - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
In the first few minutes of The Fallen Ones, some bearded guy (Ammon played by Navid Negahban) kills Lurch with finger-snakes. Or snake-fingers. It's hard to tell, I wasn't really paying attention. Then there's the poor special effects of a huge angry guy ranting at little snake finger guy while...

You know what? Let's just make this easy. If you have no tolerance for B-movies you can skip this movie and the review. Otherwise I've got two words for you: GIANT MUMMY.

Now for some people, those two words are the dumbest combination of words since "Ancient Egypt". But for those of us who are fans of mummies, making them giant-sized is a sweet sprinkling of mummy dust on our mummy cake.

There's not much more to say. Some archeologists (Matt Fletcher, played by Capser Van Diem of Starship Troopers fame) unearth the corpse of giant-sized Aramis (Robert Allen Mukes), taking the words from the Bible about "giants in the Earth" a little too seriously. While arguing over the importance and ownership of such a find, the hottie engineer Angela (Kristen Miller) spars with Fletcher about the GIANT MUMMY. Puzzled over the ancient writing on the GIANT MUMMY'S tomb, Fletcher enlists the aid of Tom Bosley (sporting a Jewish accent as Rabbi Eli Schmitt). Ammon's still around too, and since he's immortal he might as well be the chief of security for this incredible find.

Did I mention the GIANT MUMMY?

It wakes up, as all GIANT MUMMIES must. But before the GIANT MUMMY'S eyes flick open, we are treated to a GIANT MECHA MUMMY that is cultist-powered. That's right, this "effigy" stomps around while cultists in its arms, legs, and head chant to Ammon. Does life get any better than this?

Yes it does. Because not only does the GIANT MUMMY take on a helicopter, there are human-sized mummies inside of it. It's like six mummies for the price of one!

Somewhere in the middle of all this mummy goodness is a plot by Ammon to mate with Angela. Judging from the number of cheesecake shots where the camera slowly pans up, down, and sideways across Angela's prone body, the director wants to mate with her too.

If this film has a flaw, it's that the movie is actually more about Ammon than Aramis, more about devils than GIANT MUMMIES. Also, you can blow up a GIANT MUMMY by throwing a stick of dynamite 40 feet into its mouth. Okay that's two flaws. But at the end of the film there's a promise of even more GIANT MUMMIES.

And that's a pretty big deal.


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