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NEW German/ventimiglia/vance/holme - Divide (Blu-ray)

3.7 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B007549YM4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #112,327 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Prepare Yourself For The Unrated Movie Experience That Critics Are Calling One Of The Most Graphic And Extreme End-Of-The-World Shockers Of Our Time: As Nuclear Warheads Rain Down On Manhattan, Nine Strangers -- Lauren German (Hostel: Part Ii), Michael Biehn (Aliens, Tombstone), Milo Ventimiglia (''Heroes''), Courtney B. Vance (''Law & Order: Criminal Intent''), Ivan Gonzalez, Michael Eklund (Hunt To Kill), Ashton Holmes (''Revenge'') And Rosanna Arquette (Pulp Fiction) -- Barricade Themselves In Their Apartment Building'S Bunker-Like Basement Controlled By The Unhinged Superintendent. But Within Days, Supplies Dwindle, Tempers Flare And The Trapped Survivors Find Themselves Overcome By Treachery, Madness, Sexual Torment And Savage Violence. What Follows Is Intense. It Is Raw. And It Is All Brutally, Horrifyingly Real. This Is The Divide.

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"How do you tell if a movie is good"or for that matter,if your favourite actor is in it,
would it be a must see for you,well there is not too many of them in this one for me,
some i know some i don't,so i won't nit-pick on that subject,let's talk about this movie
The Divide,the uncut version and let me say,this is bloody uncut,Movie opens with our
titular character [Lauren German]i will use real Names only,staring out a glass window
with one drop of tear rolling down her face,watching the world supposedly coming to an
end,us as a viewer get no mention of what's taking place or how this is happening,all you
see is big explosion's and buildings falling down,you hear this voice yelling at her to hurry
we have no time,you find out later it's her boyfriend,so they run down to this bunker-like
basement,were our other character Michael Biehn lives [or work i don't know],so you have
nine strangers in this bunker-whatever,now I'm going to try and not spoil it,trust me i haven't
yet,remember when i said we didn't know what was going on we still don't,and this is were the
movie took a 360 degree turn,oh boy it turn all right,if this is supposed to be the end of the world,
boy i want no part of these people,this is the movie that the critics are calling the most graphic and
extreme end of-the-world shockers you will ever see,and That's putting it mildly folks,i actually stop
watching the movie and took the Disc out,i was yelling at the T.V.
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By The Movie Guy HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on March 11 2016
Format: Blu-ray
"No moral, no message, no prophetic tract, just a simple statement of fact: for civilization to survive, the human race has to remain civilized. Tonight's very small exercise in logic from the Twilight Zone."

Whenever I see a bomb shelter movie, I always think about this "Twilight Zone" episode. It is the one where there is limited room in a bomb shelter as a Civil Defense announcement is made. The neighbors turn violent. Likewise in this film, it is the examination of people's character. Plot continuity is unimportant to the film. As a side note, notice the importance of plastic sheeting and duct tape during a terrorist attack.

The action starts from the opening clip. No time for character build-up. The reason why there is no character build-up is that the people represent different aspects of society/human psyche. Mickey, (Michael Biehn) the super of a NYC apartment building has made a shelter in the basement...for himself. He ends up with a group of tenets which he resents and they likewise despise his cigar smoking rough ways. While he is hard-nosed, he looks out for everyone's safety. He won't win any congeniality contests.

The tenets get on each others nerves. Some question Mickey's sanity. Things turn weird as there are outsiders of unknown origin. The film contains some realistic and horrific scenes of killing, torture, dismemberment, menstruation blood, and rape. It examines our core psyche and how it relates to our society: The desire for power and control among men, the competition of age and youth in women for suitors, and the many uses of duct tape. The bunker is a microcosm of society that starts out on equal footing and evolves into a "haves" vs. "have nots". There is a struggle for their world's finite resources...which on a larger scale has happened outside the basement.

F-bomb, sex, explicit sex talk, no nudity. As a metaphor 5 stars. As a sci-fi snuff film 2 stars.
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I don't think I've been so disappointed in a film. I love "end of the world" scenarios, but this film failed in nearly every way imaginable. It gets off to a pretty good start. The world has been bombed to ashes from war, and we are introduced to a small group of survivors, who have found refuge in a bomb shelter. The next twenty minutes or so, does a decent job at exploring the different types of characters we will be following throughout the movie, while giving us vague hints at what is going on outside. After that, the movie just falls flat on it's face. The group dynamic makes no sense whatsover, and you will be screaming at the characters to make at least one logical decision. The script is non-sensical mess, it's not even funny. There is no flow to the story whatsoever. It's just one nasty scene after another, with no rhyme or reason as to why the characters are doing what they're doing.

To be clear, I'm not offended by movies with a nasty tone. I love dark, and twisted movies that this was trying to be. I'm offended by stupidity, and this movie just kept on serving it up. Just brutal.
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