Doomsday Device

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1 h 24 min2018NR
Two FBI agents trying to arrest several crooks find an ancient Japanese artifact of enormous power. Now, they must stop the crooks from delivering the stone to the criminal mastermind, who is a rich businessman.
Directors
Christian Sesma
Starring
Corin NemecMike HattonMary Christina Brown
Genres
Science Fiction
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English [CC]
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English
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Supporting actors
Jon MackJessica UberuagaRobert Carradine
Producers
Mike HattonAsko AkopyanNick VallelongaBrian Tidmore
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Lionsgate
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4.4 out of 5 stars

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WicingasReviewed in the United States on April 1, 2018
1.0 out of 5 stars
juvenile
Very juvenile and otherwise a horrible movie. The portrayal of the FBI was patently absurd along with the gangsters. CGI explosions, fires and other special effects were blah. Japanese history was gutted. The plot was silly: If there is a powerful magical stone out there that allows one to wipe out cities at will, are you really going to send a couple of immature FBI agents (and I use that term loosely) after it? The FBI characters acted more like they were in junior high than anything else. I have to wonder if the screen play was indeed written by a junior high school student. You have the ancient Japanese witch who doesn't look Japanese one bit. There is the Samurai aka Ronin cult that has been preparing One of their own with each generation to do battle with whomever tries to use the stone...of course, that means swords in this modern age. The way the authors used the term Ronin, they clearly do not know what the term means. In the final battle, FBI agents, Special Forces guys and the Chosen Samurai/Ronin walk into the bad guys lair (business building) like it is high noon. The bad guys? They've got swords. The battle was incredibly childish. Okay, you're a tough, elite special forces type armed with an assault rifle. Bad guy comes at you with a sword. Do you (A) shoot the idiot or (B) toss aside your rifle and out idiot the idiot by charging him open handed? Movie makers went for (B). I guess they prefer Karate over guns. I could write a book on this movie's nonsense. This paragraph will have to suffice. As I said at the start, very juvenile.
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khaledReviewed in the United States on December 24, 2017
1.0 out of 5 stars
One Star
bad movie
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