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Standout scenes include a bus chase and obligatory exploding head scene. The title is something of a metaphor for our lead character, as his luck with women isn't exactly enviable, and the way that the collars lock the two main characters together makes for some Broke Away - Wet Wet Wet - The Greatest Hits And More (DVD) drama. The main problem with the plotting is that it constantly hints at what's going to come next; and even the central twist isn't all that shocking when it comes about.
However, if you go into Wedlock expecting just good entertainment; it's a lot of fun, and therefore comes recommended to B-movie fans! Was this review helpful?
Sign in to vote. Dale 22 January I thoroughly enjoyed the movie. I thought it was a clever premise with interesting, off-beat characters. An "A" B-movie. The pacing is relentless; the action set-pieces are uniquely thrilling; the dialogue crisp and witty; and Richard Gibbs score is perfectly haunting. Joan Chen is a great villainess and has all the best lines. All in all: a small gem, a rousing thrill-ride with lots of surprises.
Despite Remar's tripping the bank's alarms, Hauer manages to escape and stash the diamonds The genial Warden Holliday Stephen Tobolowsky brags of his 'perfect' record, but takes an immediate interest in the welfare of Warren prison name, Magentaand more importantly, his as yet undiscovered stash of diamonds.
When sexy convict 'Ivory' Rogers informs Warren that she is his wedlock 'partner', he is justifiably skeptical, but the pair manage to escape Camp Holliday, heads intact, and are soon on the run from Holliday, the police, and Warren's ex-partners Is Ivory actually Holliday's pawn?
What is her purpose for escaping THIS weekend? Will Warren's ex-partners capture and torture them to recover the diamonds? And, most importantly, how long will we have to wait before Warren and Ivory admit their mutual attraction, and find a way to rid themselves of their collars? With some genuinely funny moments, a tongue-in-cheek approach to the fairly standard plot elements, and, best of all, Hauer and Rogers' easy chemistry together, WEDLOCK is more enjoyable than you might expect.
Better than you might think WinterMaiden 16 August Rutger Hauer's movies tend to be better than one would expect from genre pieces, often because of a special feel for atmosphere and quirk. Deadlock was one of the first movies to feature the newer, heavier Hauer, who uses his heft to the advantage of his characterization, creating a slightly ridiculous figure who goes from a ludicrous pony-tail for his duel-to-the-death to a sort of swami outfit to something that looks like it ought to be upholstering a chair in a whorehouse who is not quite up to the circumstances he finds himself in, but perseveres anyway.
Smart, but hardly a criminal mastermind, his Frank is teamed with an especially charming Mimi Rogers. Hardly surprising that they go from insults to clinches, but it is appealing that the main thing keeping them apart their abysmal track records in romance is what, thanks to empathy, helps bridge the differences between them. The sci-fi gimmick here is really beside the point.
What counts is the presence of several skillful actors and their deftly drawn characters. Stephen Tobolowsky is especially amusing, and he has the movie's best line: "You nonconformists are all alike. NateWatchesCoolMovies 8 March Wedlock is one of those shamelessly trashy B-movie romps that the 80's proudly churned out in droves for our viewing pleasure. Some are shitty and enjoyable, some are just shitty, and some are solid gems, provided you've been schooled a bit in this particular, acquired taste of an arena.
I spent a lot of my teenage years being a scholar in this sort of lovable junk, so I have plenty of ancient data in my mental hard drive to dust off for the old blog- ski. Rutger made quite a few ventures into this field come to think of it most of my favourite actors have. Wonder what that says about my taste lol. He's got genre written all over his acting style, and loves to play broad characters in stylized fare.
He's sent to an amusingly 'futuristic' penitentiary where they implement prisoners with a unique system: each prisoner is fitted with a collar, each collar has a twin collar, and if the two get several miles apart, both detonate rigged explosives and messily decapitate the pair of unlucky inmates.
They are not aware who has their twin collar, making escape a risky notion indeed. It's exactly the type of high concept buffoonery that trademarks these type of outings, and it's played for both suspense and laughs very nicely. Frank escapes, dragging along the woman who wears the twin collar Mimi Rogerspursued hotly by Sam and Noelle who want to find the diamonds that he hid shortly before his arrest. It's a prison flick, it's a chase flick, with its own kooky, offbeat sense of style.
Hauer is usually so intense he looks like he's gonna implode in on himself, but here he gives a very laid back, slight and funny performance, which gives the film it's refreshingly upbeat feel. Remar and Chen are bouncing balls of energy as the dastardly couple out to ice Frank, riffing off each other and cheerfully chewing scenery.
Watch out for an early career appearance from Danny Trejo, as well as work from Glenn Plummer and Stepehn Tobolowsky as a hard ass warden who gets the best line of the film: "You non-conformists are all the same". That alone encapsulates the irreverent, tongue in cheek tone that's a nice switch from the usually dank, oppressive atmosphere that second tier action flicks often get saddled with.
Oh, and I want the number of Hauer's wardrobe outfitter; those fluffy, technicolor wool sweaters are a sideshow unto themselves. Don't lose your head; wiggy sci-fi actioner george. Best scene : after days of solitude the greedy warden, wanting to know where Hauer has hidden some stolen loot, opens a door where Hauser - up to his neck in water - tells him: "North Pole Enchorde 17 March Recap: Part of a trio that is supposed to rob a jewelry mart for 25 million dollars worth in diamonds, Frank discovers that he has been had as his partners turn on him after the job.
The only that saves him is that Frank has hidden the diamonds. Unfortunately for his partners Frank get sent to a prison where a new system is being tested. Each prisoner get a necklace with explosives in it, and each prisoner is paired up with another, unknown to them, prisoner.
If more than yards separate the necklaces, they both blow up. If the prisoners stay within the prison grounds they will be fine. However, Frank's diamonds are of great interest, to everyone. His ex-partners wants them, inmates want them and the warden wants them bad Comments: Not the greatest movie ever seen, but not bad either. But you need to get your expectations right. Basically it is in two parts, one prison part and one fugitive part.
Neither part is special but contains your basic parts in the genre. Fighting inmates and gangs in the prison, car chase and police in the fugitive part. Nothing new really. What I had expected more of is the Sci-fi part. I had imagined that it was set in the future with lots of change in society.
It seems that the budget didn't cover more than the necklaces though, as they are the only things that doesn't exist now or in the early nineties. However, lacking in some parts, and nothing new in others, this movie is not bad. Not bad at all. Not if you like typical Hauer movies anyway. What has it got then? Some decent action, actually. And even if the movie is quite predictable the suspense isn't bad either.
The story is a little thin but you don't ever feel a need to worry about that. Broke Away - Wet Wet Wet - The Greatest Hits And More (DVD) put, this is good entertainment a lonely evening. Movie-Misfit 15 July I love Rutger Hauer. He is a cool and funny actor that isn't afraid to get his hands wet and try anything out of the ordinary. Wedlock isn't one of his stranger ones, but it is definitely one of his best! Set in the near future, Rutger joins Mimi Rodgers at a new top security prison that straps bombs to prisoners necks much like Battle Royale so they can't escape.
Each prisoner is 'wedlocked' to another so that if one blows, the other soon follows! With Mimi by his side, Rutger and co-star go on an adventure that sends them in search of the object that got him imprisoned in the Broke Away - Wet Wet Wet - The Greatest Hits And More (DVD) place With the bad guys hot on the heels, things start to go a little 'Fletch' at times with some great action scenes, hilarious one liners and more. The film is great entertainment and one I had wished I watched earlier!
Woodyanders 9 April Amiable electronics wizard Frank Warren a fine and likeable performance by the always reliable Rutger Hauer gets sent to a futuristic unisex prison in the wake of masterminding a diamond heist. In said prison Frank is given an electric collar that will explode if he goes yards away from sassy fellow inmate Tracy Riggs winningly played with considerable spunky charm by Mimi Rogers.
The pair escape from prison only to be pursued by Frank's duplicitous partners Noelle Joan Chen having the wicked time of her life and Sam an amusingly lunkheaded James Remar. Director Lewis Teague keeps the engrossing and entertaining story zipping along at a brisk pace, maintains an engaging tongue-in-cheek tone throughout, and stages the thrilling action set pieces with skill and flair. Broderick Miller's clever script provides several neat oddball touches and well-drawn characters.
The spiky chemistry between Hauer and Rogers along with their sharp and funny bickering gives this picture an extra invigorating spark. Stephen Tobolowsky practically steals the show with his deliciously slimy turn as the sadistic Warden Holliday. Tribute To Bill Withers. The Jets.
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Jan 01, · Holding Back the River is the second studio album by Wet Wet Wet. It was released on 30 October The album is actually a follow-up to their debut, Popped in Souled Out. Its offspring singles were "Sweet Surrender", "Broke Away", "Hold Back the River" and "Stay With Me Heartache". The album reached No. 2 in the charts/5(). Wet Wet Wet are a successful Scottish pop band who scored a number of hits in the British and international charts in the s and s. They were formed in Clydebank, Scotland in They took their name from the Scritti Politti song, "Gettin, havin' and holdin'".In Wet Wet Wet had their biggest hit, with a cover version of The Troggs' single "Love is All Around", which was a huge. The Greatest Hits is the second Greatest Hits compilation album released by Scottish pop rock quartet Wet Wet liehageludedownfumetheamegilern.coinfoed on 8 November , it was the band's first release since disbanding seven years earlier. The album reached #13 in the UK Albums Chart, and spawned the single "All I Want", which peaked at #14 on the UK Singles Chart.. The album contains a selection of singles from across.
The Greatest Hits and More is a music DVD released by Wet Wet Wet in featuring a collection of original song videos plus live performances.. Running order "Wishing I Was Lucky" "Sweet Little Mystery" (promo) "Angel Eyes (Home and Away)" "Temptation" "With a Little Help from My Friends"Genre: Pop music.
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Jan 01, · Step By Step the Greatest Hits Wet Wet Wet Pop · Preview SONG TIME Broke Away Wet Wet Wet More by Wet Wet Wet. High On the Happy Side Holding Back the River Timeless Popped In Souled Out (30th Anniversary Edition). Wet Wet Wet - The Greatest Hits And More [DVD]  Rated: Exempt Format: DVD. out of 5 stars 9 ratings. DVD £ (Video) 05 With A Little Help From My Friends (Video) 06 Sweet Surrender (Video) 07 Broke Away (Video) 08 Hold Back The River (Video) 09 Stay With Me Heartache (Video) 10 Make It Tonight (Video) 11 Put The Light On Reviews: 9.
He is a cool and funny actor that isn't afraid to get his hands wet and try anything out of the ordinary. Wedlock isn't one of his stranger ones, but it is definitely one of his best! Set in the near future, Rutger joins Mimi Rodgers at a new top security prison that straps bombs to prisoners necks (much like Battle Royale) so they can't escape.
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