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Dream Warrior (2003)

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In an apocalyptic future, a man with extra-human powers goes on the run.

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Parish
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Sterling
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Zo
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Caleb
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Archer
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Paloma
Richard Claxton ...
Jalil
Tvrtko Juric ...
Paco
Bojana Gregoric ...
Danica
Zeljko Loncar ...
Omar
Tihomir Lerner ...
Horace (as Tim Lerner)
Kreso Licul ...
Young Rage
Nikola Jurlina ...
Axel
Stojan Matavulj ...
Dawkin
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In an apocalyptic future, the wake of a lethal meteor strike, normal civilization has been reduced to ashes, with the people that remain left terrified by the existence of super-powered mutants. Human leader Parish a man with extra-human powers goes on the run as he wants to hunt down and kill the mutants in order to preserve the genetic purity of the normal survivors; he's particularly obsessed with murdering Rage, the mutants' commander. Written by Anthony Pereyra {hypersonic91@yahoo.com}

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Rated R for language, some sexuality and violence
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21 December 2004 (USA)  »

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Yoshi: Sometimes dreams are the only thing worth having!
Rage: What are you talking about.
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Nice try!
10 August 2014 | by See all my reviews

After reading the reviews before watching the movie, I did not have high hopes. However, in hindsight, I think some of them were a bit harsh. Albeit, after the really amateurish first 5 minutes, with the meteor impact shown just as some images the director probably found on google, and a scene that lasted for 5 minutes where the bad guys crank up their motor cycles at least 25 times, I was very near to giving up. But then, maybe after the mutants came, with their nice powers, and that super pretty woman who had healing abilities, I kept on watching. I think that Lance Henriksson was a pretty good villain. I especially liked one scene, where the number one hench man remarked that how come the mutants just didn't realize that they did not deserve to live? After which the boss just replied. "I like that!" The fact that this movie is a B or a C movie, with probably a very limited budget, makes it just more interesting. It is like a poor mans X-men. The prophet had some sort of combined powers were he could create a shield to push people away at the same time having prophetic abilities. This is not the worst movie ever made. It is FAR worse to spend tens of millions and still make garbish, like the last Planet of the Ape movie. This movie at least does not pretend to be anything else than it is!


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