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In the near future a young biker leaves his crumbling life in rural Ireland to join a strange 'metal circus' as it tours the cities of Europe. He discovers a dark side to the circus and ... See full summary »

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Killer
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Spider
Lindsey Harris ...
Grace
Tommy O'Neill ...
Alf
Phelim Drew ...
Aspro
Caitríona Ní Mhurchú ...
Tríona
Tara Lynne O'Neill ...
Marie
Donncha Crowley ...
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Fire Eater
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Jose
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Axel
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Max
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Elvis
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Burning Woman (as Debbie Davis)
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Barry the Factory Manager
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In the near future a young biker leaves his crumbling life in rural Ireland to join a strange 'metal circus' as it tours the cities of Europe. He discovers a dark side to the circus and decides to leave, but finds he is caught between his love of a circus girl and the dark hand of the boss who is determined he stays. Written by Anonymous

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Rated R for violence, language and drug content

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26 September 2002 (Sweden)  »

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Death Games  »

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$50,000,000 (estimated)

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$2,676, 29 August 2003, Limited Release

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$204,274, 7 September 2003
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Very poor
15 January 2013 | by See all my reviews

Some of the scenery was nice, but talking about Chaos that is the only asset I can say that was good about Chaos. Where Chaos really falls down on is the story. You sometimes are left wondering if there is any story at all and when there is it's lacking in any kind of sense. The idea with the circus could have been a good idea but never expanded enough upon, while the characters' motivations are foggy at best. On top of that the writing is banal and sometimes because of the low sound and line delivery incomprehensible. The stunts and such are unexciting and lacking in any kind of danger or heart. The characters are thinly sketched to the point that you are bored of them to care about them. The acting is literally a non-event as well.

To put it in summing up, Chaos has some nice scenery but everything else makes the film overall a dull and truly chaotic mess. 2/10 Bethany Cox


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