When a group of missionary aid workers in Myanmar disappear into the vast green inferno, vigilante V... read moreietnam War veteran John Rambo (Sylvester Stallone) leaves his job as a Salween River boatman behind to accompany a group of mercenaries on a daring rescue mission. It's been 20 years since Rambo helped mujahedeen rebels fend off Soviet invaders in Afghanistan, and these days the former soldier lives a simple life in northern Thailand. Meanwhile, the world's longest-running civil war rages into its 60th year on the nearby Thai-Burma border. One day, human rights missionaries Sarah Miller (Julie Benz) and Michael Burnett (Paul Schulze) show up asking Rambo to guide them up the Salween so they can get some much-needed food and medical supplies to the desperate Karen tribe. According to Sarah and Michael, the Burmese military has planted land mines all along the roads leading into the tribe's village, making it virtually impossible to reach the tribe via land. Two weeks after Rambo drops the group off in dangerous territory, pastor Arthur Marsh (Ken Howard) arrives with a chilling message: the aid workers never returned from their mission into the jungle, and the embassies refuse to help Marsh and his fellow missionaries find their missing friends. Now, despite the fact that Rambo has long since sworn off all forms of violence, the knowledge that innocent missionaries are being used as pawns in a brutal war leaves him with no other choice than to venture behind enemy lines on his most dangerous mission to date. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Though lacking what the first two possessed, Rambo nevertheless provides a stark, brutal look into genocidal activities conducted by the Burmese forces.
Reviewed 12 months days ago
Lots of ridiculously brutal gory violence and killing to the point that it has a certain laugh-out-loud kind of thing goi
Reviewed 3 months days ago
Perhaps the most brutal action movie I've seen. I never got the chance to see the original so I can't compare them. S
An anthropologist heads a rescue party into the South American jungle to find a missing film team ma... read moreking a documentary on cannibal tribes but can only return with their footage, which reveals their crueler intentions.
. Not in a good horror movie way, but in a disgusting snuff film way, which is absolutely brutal to witness. This makes it an effective exploitation film, but a disgusting act of behaviour f
Reviewed 9 months days ago
Understandably this film was and is still banned in many countries due to its graphic violence and brutal reality, but this is in essence what makes it a shocking yet captivating spectacle. Not for t
Reviewed 24 months days ago
A film that is ugly, disgusting & brutal yet at the same time questions the morality of such films. The result is thoughtful and cleve
Director Kevin MacDonald teams with screenwriter Jeremy Brock to adapt Giles Foden's novel detailing... read more the brutal reign of Ugandan dictator Idi Amin as seen through the eyes of his personal physician. James McAvoy stars as the doctor who slowly realizes that he is trapped in an inescapable nightmare, and Forest Whitaker assumes the role of the notorious despot. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Brutal, scary, and horrific how people like this actually exist in this world. You find yourself si
Reviewed 5 years days ago
n't underground at all but it's pretty good actually, it doesn't goes outside the box, the story is brutal, and Forest Whitaker rules in this one( i mean he's a killer actor no doubt about that)you be
Reviewed 4 years days ago
This movie is twisted and brutal, all the more because it was based on the life of a real dictator, Idi Amin. Forest Whitaker
A pair of teenage girls are brutally raped and terrorized by a vicious gang of psychopaths, who subs... read moreequently find their cruelty returned tenfold when they seek sanctuary in the home of one of the victim's parents in this contemporary reworking of Wes Craven's controversial 1972 shocker. Shortly after arriving at her family's secluded lake house, Mari Collingwood (Sara Paxton) and her best friend are abducted by a sadistic prison escapee and his violent crew. Left for dead and nearly in shock after suffering unspeakable abuse at the hands of her captors, Mari realizes that her only hope for survival is to find her way back home. Unfortunately for Mari, her attackers have unwittingly arrived at her parents' home seeking shelter from the authorities. There, Mari's concerned parents, John (Tony Goldwyn) and Emma (Monica Potter), realize to their horror just what grim fate has befallen their beloved daughter. Suppressing their rage in order to lure the killers into a deadly trap, John and Emma quietly hatch a plan to make the three strangers suffer for their grisly transgressions. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Less brutal than the original. And that is a good thing.
Reviewed 2 years days ago
Not as brutal as some of the reviews had predicted nor as brutal as 'I spit on your grave'. But story line
Reviewed 2 years days ago
. The Last House On The Left is so sadistically brutally violent and bloody that it left me a bit sickened, but everyone evil-doer in the film got w
Director Pascal Lauguier follows his 2004 thriller House of Voices with this relentlessly brutal tal... read moree of a girl who suffered unimaginable abuse as a young child, and the unspeakable horrors that unfold when she arrives at an isolated cabin in the woods fifteen years later. The story begins as the young, badly battered Lucie (Mylène Jampanoï) -- obviously the victim of inhuman abuse -- is hospitalized after somehow managing to escape her sadistic captors. Nearly catatonic after her life-altering ordeal, Lucie only manages to become functional again as a result of her friendship with Anna (Morjana Alaoui), a fellow abuse victim who selflessly reaches out to the badly damaged girl. Fifteen years later, Lucie guns down an entire family in cold blood. Is Lucie seeking belated vengeance against the people who tortured her as a young girl, or has her fragile psyche finally snapped, resulting in the bloody demise of an innocent family? Later, when Lucie calls on her old friend Anna, the truth about Lucie's traumatic early life experience slowly comes into focus. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
A brutal horror movie that starts well enough before treading a well worn path that really undoes the
Reviewed 10 months days ago
. Now for the things that shocked me. This movie was the most brutal, insane, and messed-up movie I've ever seen. In a few scenes near the end, a man beats up a g
Reviewed 10 months days ago
. It is pretty brutal at times, but overall the film is well acted and on occasion, creepy as hell.
Neil Jordan's The Brave One stars Jodie Foster as a happy woman whose life changes irrevocably after... read more a brutal assault leaves her partner (Naveen Andrews) dead. The woman, feeling that the police investigation will be unable to catch the perpetrators, begins to live in constant fear. This outlook results in the woman eventually dispatching vigilante justice. Terrence Howard co-stars as the officer in charge of the investigation. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
Not expecting the brutal violence.
Not that greatest gun sequences.
Reviewed 6 years days ago
Jodie Foster was a brutal stalker in this flik!!!!!