Lilith repeatedly demonstrates the ability to communicate telepathically with Ron Shannon. It's also repeatedly made clear that she and the other mutants are supposed to hide the fact that they are telepathic from the other members of Shannon's team. So why does she risk blowing her cover by leaping from the back of the van to warn Shannon of a trap? Shouldn't she be able to give him the warning telepathically? See more »
Who's the karate ace?
He told me his name was Ninja. He doesn't socialize much. Just pays to train by himself. Never wants to fight. But his body is a deadly weapon.
Make him fight.
If he's attacked, maybe then he'll defend himself.
[prompts a gym attendant to attack]
[to Bull, after defending himself]
It's no use. He's dead.
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Despite the slow-going and uninteresting first half, ENDGAME really picks up when a group of telepaths and mercenaries hired to guard them leave in a caravan to escape the city. The group's adventures in the wasteland are quite entertaining, beginning with an excellent battle sequence when a huge force of blind cultists with a vast array of odd weapons attack. Naturally, these blind types weren't a very good aim and died easily, so this scene alone was very funny and pretty much stands alone as the sole reason to see this movie. Lots of cool shootouts, lots of cheesy gore and makeup, and a lot of silly dialog make this movie a winner. Well, at least in my opinion. It's pretty hard to find though, which is a bit of a shame.
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