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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Billy Zane gave a good performance April 17 2004
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A film with a decent story line but the acting wsn't that good. The only one that stood out for me were Os (Billy Zane) who added charm and interest to the speech and altogether stole the show.
The fight scenes were well choreographed and decently performed, though the slow motion became rather too much after a while.
There wasn't enough action in this film, or if there was there was way too much sitting and talking inbetween. The part where Os is telling the elements how Slate will try to trick them and that they musn't hate him for this lingered on a little too long leaving me quite bored at the end of it.
The characters Os and Slate where well introduced at the beginning making it pretty simple to go along with though the elements weren't actually properly introduced although it was quite easy to see who they were anyway.
Altogether I think this film could have done with a little less talking and had more action in. Billy Zane gave a good performance which added more interest to the film and made me want to keep watching. If the other actors had given as good as performance as him, then the film would have been of much higher standard.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastically deep Aug. 15 2005
By A Customer
Excellent movie exposing the underlying theme and reason for human existence throughtout time and the path everyone must go through. Can be a little cheesy at times but good to watch over and over to learn something new each time.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not bad for what its worth..... June 25 2003
By A Customer
Invincible is definitely not the best martial arts action film I've ever seen, but it's also far from being a bad movie. The only person in the cast I'm familiar with is Billy Zane who does an excellent job with his character. As for the rest of the cast I can't say they did a bad job, but the only reason is because I've nothing to compare their performances to. As for the plot for the movie, it wasn't half bad. As a matter of fact, I really couldn't have thought of a better setting for the movie myself.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Boring Dialogue, Good Message June 6 2003
As I read the movie summary and seeing Matrix-like action and martial arts, I have to rent this movie. When I placed it into the DVD player, that is different.
First let me start by saying that the final mixing of audio dialogue is messed up. The music becomes domineering that I could seldom hear the dialogue. I had to activate the subtitle to ammend this nuisance.
Second, the cinematography is similar to the style of "Black Mask" and "Black Mask 2" staring Jet Li in the first and Andy On in the second. The movie is dark most of the time and then with flashes of light...kind of annoying.
Third, the movie script poorly written with corny lines. The actor from "John Doe" does not convince me as an AusSie. The only part of the movie I sort of enjoy was the message of hate breeds hate and love breeds love and that love can conquer everything. I gave this movie 3 stars just for this message. I think this movie has something to do with Buddhist philosophy with the whole circle idea. One scene, the actor who plays Ryu in "Street Fighter," dies. The other people whom Os (Zane) found carried their dead comrade and placed him in the center of the circle and did some mystical magic thing and poof! The dead comrade is alive.
Everyone in my family thinks this movie is silly and not worth to buy. I agree. Rent this movie instead.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A new twist on a n old story - stylish work! April 12 2003
I recently bought this DVD and was especially amazed about the nice effects and very stylish camerawork. Good slow-motion, nice angles and good play with light, shadows and water. The editor and cameraman are really topnotch tryng to envision the the idea of the director with a wealth of innovative work.
The story itself is a rather old one: good vs evil in an epic battle over the unsuspecting little planet known as earth. Combining mythical- and science fiction-elements we are told the story of Os - Billy Zane - a former member of the Shadowmen, dark entities stalking the universe and destroying whole planets. Exiled on earth there is only one way out: Finding the vortex to destroy earth and shattering the grounds of space.
But Os is turned good by an entity of pure love. And so his quest to destroy the shadowmen along with their leader has begun. By gathering four special protectors, unique hyper-humans, each representing an element he is willing to save earth from his former allies.
Very cool fighting-sequences occur. One of the best is delivered in the beginning of the movie, when we are told about the clash between Os and the White Lady who's turning him into a protector force of earth. Sparks fly, energies explodes and we see Zane running on walls, weilding his sword like he's done this since he was baby. Very good choreography indeed. The real good CGI-effects are doing their best to convince us of the existence of superpowered warriors fighting over earth. And they surprisingly succeed.
In the middle of the movie there are some slow moments, but those are filmed in a nice way, bringing the story and the charácters further than simply letting them fight every thirty seconds.
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