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Last Warrior (Full Screen) [Import]


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  • Actors: Dolph Lundgren, Sherri Alexander, Joe Michael Burke, Rebecca Cross, Brook Susan Parker
  • Directors: Sheldon Lettich
  • Writers: Pamela K. Long, Stephen Brackley
  • Producers: Axel Munch, Guenther Heinlein, Hanan Kotzky, Jacob Kotzky, Leman Cetiner
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Full Screen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: Alliance Films
  • Release Date: March 15 2005
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005LPZX

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By M.C on June 18 2003
Format: DVD
I've seen several of Doplh Lundgren's films. SHOWDOWN IN LITTLE TOKYO had to have been one of his best, and he excelled as the cop who I nicknamed "SGT. SAMURAI". I also liked some of his other films like SWEEPERS, and Lundgren made a great bad guy in UNIVERSAL SOLDIER.
These days, he's suffered the fate of so many karate stars out there to be condemned to only direct-to-video films. He may never be in another theatrical fim again, but that doesn't mean he can't still make good films. I rented this and popped it into the DVD player, having read reviews of it on .... There, it was classified as an action;martial arts;science fiction hybrid, and that appealed to me. I rented WARRIOR hoping to see some of Lundgren's kung fu on display in an exciting action film.
And that's the problem. This movie has much less action than Lundgren fans and Lundgren himself deserve. Oh, what little action there is in this flick is pretty well staged and has Lundgren showing off his martial arts prowess, and earns this film 2 stars in my book. The story is pretty clever to. An earthquake separating California from the mainland U.S., and it is then overrun by inmates of the maximum securiy prison.
That sounds like the perfect setup for an action film, doesn't it? Of course. So why didn't the filmmakers get it right. Didn't they know that action films THAT HAVE ACTION are popular for a reason? Apparantly not. This is the kind of action film that was made in the days when guys like Davey Crockett were popular. Thank God we've gotten past that.
Lundgren's career seems to be at a crossroads now, not so much because he's stuck doing direct-to-video, but because he did this movie. I have no doubt that his other films and his next film will better more enjoyable than this, but if he does continue to make this kind of action film, where the action is running on empty, he may be demoted further from direct-to-video to released-on-video-after-sitting-on-the-studio-shelf-for-three-years.
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Format: DVD
The Last Warrior starts of pretty good as Dolph Lundgren explains what has happened......which a earthquake destroys the USA and turns the california into a wasteland...........and to top it all off a group of crazy prisoners are looking to kill Dolph Lundgren and his platoon..........The first flaw is the actionscenes (The lack of) When I rent a Dolph Lundgren movie I wanna see the guy kick ..........I may have been spoiled by The Punisher and Blackjack but I really miss him not kicking the ... out of somebody..........Second of all is the story doesn't make sense. And the acting by everybody not named Dolph Lundgren is cliched and trite..........Overall the best way to enjoy this is as a B.movie and despite the lack of action it's better than that turkey "Agent Red" The Last Warrior at least boasts some originality........It's better than Jill The Ripper in the fact that it isn't boring. It'd better than Storm Catcher in the fact that it isn't as rushed and poorly executed.....I guess I am basicly reviewing this for Dolph Lundgren fans who have seen those flicks....I won't say that The Last Warrior is as good as Blackjack or Bridge Of Dragons but The Last Warrior is better than The Minion,Storm Catcher,Sweepers,Jill The Ripper and of course (Shudder) Agent Red..........Overall The Last Warrior won't knock your socks off but it won't leave you stunned by the badness of Agent Red. Footnote:My rating would be a 3.5 by choice not a 4.
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Format: DVD
Seldom is a film so bad that I waste my time reviewing it, but this action fiasco is simply so horrible it's worth the effort. I am a fan of the post-apocalyptic genre, and while I've never ranted at the Academy for overlooking him at Oscar time, I have on enough occassions enjoyed Dolph Lungren that I thought we had a chance here. Ninety minutes later, I was ready to go find someone to give me a hug and make me forget having ever seen it. This film fails in every possible way, and action film with no action, a post-apocalyptic with only passing reference to peril and no cool costuming eye candy, a war story with no discernable plot or point, a romance with all the chemistry of a stale pop-tart. This film couldn't even manage to be offensive. I'm sure everyone shares blame in it, the writers, the actors, the director. For goodness sake, if you have some critical need to see this, be it Dolph Lungren fan or masochism, wait for a tv broadcast. Waste as little money as possible.
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By Serene Night on Feb. 1 2002
Format: VHS Tape
Dolph is the leader of a group of survivors living on an army base after an earthquake isolates California from the rest of the US.
I love Dolph in just about everything, but this movie really suffered from the lack of a decent script.
The writer, just couldn't seem to decide whether to do a 'survival' film, mad max, or some something like the "Stand." What we get is a hodge podge of several decent ideas, with none of them actually going anywhere. Dolph limps valiantly through the storyline, trying to hold it together, with dialog revolving around eating cans of alpo and finding water. Plot threads are left hanging like tinsel.
This movie would've been much better, if they had made it a straight action flick, and left out the hordes of urine drinking, heroin-shooting inmates.
I give this movie 2 stars, for what it could've been.
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