Crime • R • 1993 • 1 hr 55 min
One of the best guilty pleasure films of all-time. Scene chewing acting, quotable dialogue, and the three sea-shells. So fun.
Stallone and Snipes are perfectly matched as adversaries
Nothing bad to say about this movie. Good action film.
A classic Stallone action movie. Cheesy as hell and full of one-liners, but still super fun to watch. Fast paced and a fun story.
This movie should be horrible but thank the 3 Seashells it’s amazing and highly rewatchable.
A great 90s action movie that is well ahead of it's time. Have watched this many times and still go back for more!
2 action stars at their prime. With 1 drama star = excellents.
incredible, truly. expected simple action, but got so much more. Wit, satire, social commentary, and genuine predictions of the future!
Love that they just went for it. Explosions, fist fights, corny catchphrases, futuristic sets and costumes. The leads make this a classic.
Easily one of the most underrated action movies of all time
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