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3. Slap Shot 2:Movie Fan Pack
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4. Timecop 2
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5. Slap Shot 2 - Breaking the Ice

1. King Solomon's Mines
Director: Steve Boyum
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Sales Rank: 9654
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars King Solomon's Mines
Let me start off by saying that this is amother winner for Hallmark. I don't feel that this one got enough publicity, though, because it was overshadowed by "La Femme Musketeer" airing a week later.
Anytime you think of Patrick Swayze, you think of either "Ghost" ot "Dirty Dancing", but he does quite a good job in this film as Allan Quartermain. Allison Doody (Elizabeth Matiland) also did a great job, and it doesn't hurt that she's beautiful. My personal favortite is Keketso Semoko (Momma Tuussee). Any scene that she's in, she steals.
Hallmark used some beautiful scenery in this film; Going from the forest to the desert, it all looks wonderful. This is another Hallmark movie that you don't want to miss. It's always hard to follow the original film, but they somehow managed to pull it off. ... Read more


2. La Femme Musketeer
Director: Steve Boyum
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Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Bravo for Hallmark. . .
I too saw this film on the Hallmark Channel. They did a decent job of updating the Dumas classic. I must qualify my review ;as the standard which almost all serious Dumas film fans is the Richard Lester duo: The three and four musketeers of the early 70's. Also I have been a student of rapier/dagger swordplay for about 6 years. Anyway, back to the film. I found it entertaining, and the sword-work was'nt bad. I would have liked more dagger play, and some good ole cloak work as well. Back to the story, is was somewhat refreshing to see both the 4 musketeers and their children battle the evil forces of Cardinal Mazarin. The bad guys were as usual some of the more interesting characters. My main beef was the shiny leather get-ups of some of the characters...

5-0 out of 5 stars A fun addition to the Musketeer pantheon
Picked up this movie today and once it was in my DVD player I was riveted until it was over. A lot of fun and an engaging plot. Well recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars La Femme Musketeer
I have to say that I feel that this movie can easily join the ranks of the other "Musketeer" movies. Hallmark did a wonderful job on this film, as did everyone on screen.
Susie Amy (Valentine) did an amazing job, especially since there was a lot of weight on her shoulders to carry this film, but she pulled it off. Just as amazing was Nastassja Kinski (Lady Bolton). I don't think I've ever seen her like this, and I only wish there was more of her in the movie. It was wonderful seeing Michael York reprise his role as D'Artagnan. Caspar Zafer (Gaston), Andrew Musselman (Antoine) and Niko Nicotera (Etienne) as the Musketeer's sons made me laugh with nearly every thing they did.
All in all, this really is a great movie. Dare I say, one of Hallmark's best. This is one you can watch over and over again (considering I've watched it twice already) and never get tired of it. Trust me, this movie is one to be seen.

5-0 out of 5 stars Adventurous Fun
I entered into watching this film with lowered expectation. Lets face A) it was a made for TV movie..and from Hallmark. B) Can anyone look at Michael York today and not see Basil Exposition (from the Austin Powers movies).

I wish to now (after removing my foot from my mouth) apologize to Mr. York and Hallmark. Loved this Film. I loved seeing Michael York reprise his role as D'Artagnan.

This was perhaps the best Musketeer movie released in the U.S. since Richard Lesters 1979 versions.

The acting was superb, the costumes and sets amazing, very High Production Values and great sword-play.
The acting was fantastic. The woman playing Valentine was beautiful...She had that perfect mix of sensetivity and Fierceness that made her perfect to play a gascon.

The kids of the Musketeers were alot of fun, and chips off the old block. John Rys Davis as Porthos was brilliant casting altho Athos and Aramis were disapponting.

Gerard DePardieu seemed lill at ease in the Cardinals robes, but Natasha Kinski as the lady Bolton was as beautiful as ever.
The real star, to me, was Jean Michel Pirae as Villeroi...seethingly evil yet Darkly compelling...you almost felt for him...almost. A Great Film and I can't wait for the DVD

5-0 out of 5 stars Kick's Butt!!!
I saw this movie on Hallmark too! It's the best! I may not know a whole lot about sword play, but I think it's one of the best! Instead of having the guys always being the heros, there's finally a girl who becomes one! And she doesn't wear the dresses! She is taught by her father, and she takes on the captin of the Cardinal! ... Read more


3. Slap Shot 2:Movie Fan Pack
Director: Steve Boyum
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Asin: B00005V1XD
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Sales Rank: 2626
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars Should be whos doing the puck
HOLY COW...More foul language f words & PORN . NOT for underage subjects.My fault for not looking for rating. bought for 18 yr old super hockey fan son.We wont have to have the BIRDS & BEES talk. lol

3-0 out of 5 stars This set should be free.
Full price for Slap Shot? No problem. Great movie. However, I'm not sure how much would be enough to make me sit through Slap Shot 2 again. $20? No. $50? No. $100? Maybe, but I better be gettin' free beer with it. And by the way, how is it that somebody gets stoned enough to say "Let's put Stephen Baldwin in a movie." I need some of that.

5-0 out of 5 stars A great 2 DVD set!!!
This 2 DVD set includes both Slap Shot 25th Anniversary Special Edition and Slap Shot 2 Breaking The Ice!!! The original Slap Shot(with Paul Newman,Strother Martin, and the Hanson Brothers) is a classic!!! But Slap Shot 2 is cool too(this film also includes the Hanson Brothers)!!! ... Read more


4. Timecop 2
Director: Steve Boyum
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Sales Rank: 13338
Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars TIMECOP2 :Sliders Meets Terminator
Director Steve Boyum took the first TIMECOP off the shelf to bring us a non-sequel, TIMECOP2. The original starred Jean Claude Van Damme in a straight time travel adventure story that was long on action and thankfully short on paradoxes. In the latter, Jason Scott Lee is the newest timecop whose duty it is to preserve the timeline. Thomas Ian Griffith is a rogue timecop who seeks to alter the past to change his present in a manner more to his liking. Any film that deals with time travel usually leads eventually to paradoxes. The various STAR TREK incarnations had many episodes on that theme. Here, Lee has to confront a plastic past that gets more slippery with each change. Lee, in 1940 in Berlin, kills the wife of rogue Griffith to prevent her from killing Adolph Hitler. It is ironic that the argument that Griffith gives for killing the Fuhrer--millions of lives need not be lost--seems more logical than maintaining the integrity of the timeline. The film boils down to two elements: a chase between Lee to stop Griffith and an ongoing debate between the two as to whose logic is more convincing. TIMECOP2 is to be commended for not allowing the puzzling aspect of time travel paradoxes to get lost in a maze of special effects, which this film surely has. But what TIMECOP2 presents is a gaudy action fx film that has just enough of a philosophical underpinning to make you think of what you just saw even as you hit the 'off' button. Only the better science fiction films do this.

5-0 out of 5 stars rocks
this movie was alot more better than the first timecop movie. even though this one is only straight video.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice script, but bad ending....
I read the reviews on this site and thought that I'd go rent the video. This one is definitely more "Sci-Fi" than TimeCop 1. This movie needed a little more background on the changes that occured, like "the war" which was not really explained until the ending text which said that it was a "US/China war"....

Anyway, it shows that even if you went back in time to change major events in history that things don't necessarily become better. (for an example, see Butterfly Effect)...

I thought that it was a very good movie, but the ending seemed like it had to be rushed. All of the information they give us about what will happen to all the characters just ruined it for me. If they took this screenplay and exchanged it for the one written for TimeCop 1, they would've had a much better TimeCop 1 movie. The screenplay was very interesting, but the direction was far from being as good.

There were a few things that were done that didn't seem to have an impact on anything until the ending text at the end of the movie. They should've incorporated some of that into the movie and made it about 100 minutes instead of 80. The movie could've used that extra bit of time.

To summarize, this movie explored things that I wished they did in TimeCop 1 (like if a TimeCop ran into the "same-matter-same-space" problem and had his existance erased including all his arrests, the following another person into the time wake, etc.) Very cool stuff, but this movie should've been directed by someone like Adam Nimoy who could've given it the direction it deserved.

4-0 out of 5 stars Awsome Story!!!!!! Bad Editing, Script and Directing
I am going to have to disagree with most of the other reviews on here, by saying that it was awesome. But to do so I must use evidence, so if you haven't seen the movie I am going to tell my favorite parts, which may ruin it for you.
I rented it looking for martial arts, which was good, but 'I think' ruined by the directing and editing. If you are looking for martial arts and Jason Scott Lee "The Dragon" blows it away!

Reasons to like Time Cop 2: The Berlin Decision

Yes it has a bad script, editing and directing, but some of the ideas presented are very cool and have never been presented in a movie before (to my knowledge.)

-When the Bad Guy from the future comes back to kill the good guy of the past so that he can stop him from killing his wife in the future, the good guy takes the bad guy from the past hostage and threatens to kill him-which would kill the bad guy of the future and stop him from killing the good guy of the past. Something I thought was very cool.

-When the good and bad guy from the future disappear at the end, it was because the fight they had in front of their former selves had such a profound impact that their former selves chose a different line of work. Which means that the fight never happened but did. Weird but cool!

-And even though its been done before they have the good and bad guys both fighting for a cause that the viewer can relate to. Its very "gray" as they say, and I'm still not sure who I would of sided with. They ask some questions like

-if you could have killed Hitler before he started the holocaust, would you? If you did maybe someone else would step up and done even a more horrible thing, inspired by his death?
Or if you could have stopped the 9/11 bombers, would you? If you did would Airport security not be stepped up, and an even worse thing happened?

This is one of those movies that kind of snowballs into a really great movie. It starts off okay and you think it's just a sequel to get the old fans back, but becomes a great movie in and of itself.

3-0 out of 5 stars A solid DTV sequel...
"Timecop" is the Van Damme movie that almost everyone has seen two minutes of. Now we have "Timecop: The Berlin Decision," a sequel-in-name-only starring Jason Scott Lee from "Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story." Lee chases bad guy Thomas Ian Griffith through time as the two try desparately to kill one-another. There is a lot of time travel in the 80 minutes this film provides, but not much plot. The action and fight scenes are very well done and the special effects are sure to please, but the viewer is left with very little after this experience. Maybe if the writers would've shelled out a good story, the film may be even more enjoyable. ... Read more


5. Slap Shot 2 - Breaking the Ice
Director: Steve Boyum
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Average Customer Review: 2.28 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Movie doesn't put on the Foil
I was excited to see the release of 'Slap Shot 2' not so much to see a good movie, but more along the lines of morbid curiosity on how they might drag the original through the dirt.
Once again, the Chiefs have been sold to a man (Busey) who wants to create a hockey showcase, much as the Globetrotters are to basketball. Unfortunately, the Chiefs are to be the team that always gets beat up on. The captain of the team (Baldwin) is faced with the classic problem of, 'what do you love more, the money or the game?'. Of course, the (much older) Hanson's are back but their antics don't provide enough to save the flailing movie.
The on-ice camera work was great, also entertaining were occasional references to the original 'Slap Shot'. The DVD extras were probably more entertaining than the movie itself which included an interview with the Hanson's as well as a 'making of..'. The storyline reminded me too much of a Disney film (except with nudity and language) but given my choice, I would rather watch this than the Ducks.
Not a great movie yet not a horrible one either. Certainly was better than 'Caddyshack 2'. I would not say it ruined the name of 'Slap Shot', but it gives me the desire to watch the original once again and be reminded of what a great sports film it truly was.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not Too Bad
After reading the other reviews of this movie on Amazon, I was expecting a total and utter disaster. In addition, sizing a sequel against one of the greatest sports movies of all time is always a risk. What I experienced was much better than I expected but, of course, not of classic-quality status that the initial Slap Shot portrayed.

The movie brings us up to date on the classic Chiefs from Charlestown in the modern day, once again struggling to keep their heads above water and their record above "basement" status. The current owner of the Chiefs feels that selling the team would benefit the players' exposure(s) as well as their bank accounts. In turn, the team is bought out by a mid-west business mogul who has no desire for the sport whatsoever. The result of the purchase is a 'Harlem Globetrotters-esque' type of family show, causing the Chiefs to be the "always losing" opponents against a superstar, preppy, pieced-together (ala' Globetrotter) hockey team. The story is the struggle with their true identy as a team, as well as the morality of a corporate-run business.

The acting in the movie is so-so, with Stephen Baldwin leading the pack with his nonchalant, rather UN-energetic performance. However, watching the bonus section of the DVD revealed that a good amount of time was put into casting this movie. The casting comprised of a variety of actors who either had played hockey before or were tought to skate through coaches or even real NHL playbooks during the filming of the movie. Just as well, some professional players (such as Dave Babych - ex-Vancouver Canuck) were cast to either play a role or perform as various background players. In addition, the return of the ever-popular Hanson Brothers brought back their classic humor to the screen.

Granted, the film is not a classic like the first Slap Shot. The humor is not as abundant, the story is not as interesting, and the acting is not top-notch. But, it is entertaining and the hockey itself is shot well with great on-ice shots. If you're looking for the award-winning status of the first movie, you won't necessarily find it here - but give it a spin - it's not as bad as the previous negative reviews are making it out to be.

1-0 out of 5 stars Unholy travesty
This movie accomplishes the impossible: it makes Caddyshack 2 look like The Godfather Part 2. A complete waste of celluloid. Stephen Baldwin is at his absolute worst (which is saying something) as a washed-up ex NHL star who is now playing for and coaching our beloved Charlestown Chiefs. The Hanson Brothers are still on the roster, apparently so the team can meet the league quota for 50 year olds. I don't want to "ruin" the "plot twists", so you'll have to sit through it to find out. Must be seen to appreciate how god-awful it is. Gary Busey zombie-walks through his role as a right-wing media mogul who purchases the team and moves them to Nebraska. In a movie full of imposibilites, the most riduculous event is the hot female coach falling for Baldwin, who looks and acts like a complete dork throughout the entire movie. Don't purchase this piece of garbage, rent it instead. If you're a fan of the original movie, avoid this at all costs, unless you also enjoyed Blues Brothers 2.

1-0 out of 5 stars Terrible
Doesn't even deserve to be called Slap Shot. If you loved the original do yourself a favor and don't see this.

1-0 out of 5 stars Simply Awful
I love hockey. I love hockey movies. I'll watch commercials if they have hockey in them. THIS was horrible. I know, if it has a Baldwin other than Alec, it probably stinks, but I got suckered in simply because its about a sport I love. This was a travesty. The hacks that made it should be on the other end of Bob Probert's swingin' fists. ... Read more


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