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Rottweiler (2004)

Dante travels across a desolate, futuristic Spain in search of his girlfriend, Ula. He is pursued by a bloodthirsty, cybernetic Rottweiler.

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Dante
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Ula (as Irene Montalá)
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Alyah
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Guard Borg
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Kufard
Ilario Bisi-Pedro ...
Aranda
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Lolo Herrero ...
Nacho
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Berta
Bárbara Elorrieta ...
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Roberto Hijón ...
Said
Hamid Krim ...
Abu
Levinson ...
Moja
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In 2018, in Spain, the prisoner Dante (William Miller) escapes from a prison and is chased by a robot dog. He tries to reach the city of Puerto Angel, where he left his beloved girlfriend Ula (Irene Montalà). While running away, he recalls his recent past in Spain with Ula. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Eat. Sleep. Fetch. Kill.

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Rated R for strong gory violence, sexuality, nudity, some language and drug content | See all certifications »

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(at around 53 mins) When the mother is killed and the blood drips down onto the daughter's face, the blood pattern on the girl's face varies several times between shots. See more »

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References The Terminator (1984) See more »

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Dufresne Search Party
Written and Performed by tenchimoko musicophonic concern
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Unwatchable,
24 September 2005 | by See all my reviews

A fugitive escapes from a Spanish prison and is tracked down by a robot dog in the distant future. Oh, Brian Yuzna, why did you make this awful, awful movie? In general, I like the films he makes through his production company, Fantastic Factory. Faust, Dagon, and Beyond Re-Animator were fun, well-made horror movies. Hey, even Arachnid had its moments. But this…ouch, this was absolutely unwatchable. To start, it was boring as hell. The action was uninteresting and bland, the acting was often very poor, and the visual effects were crappy. Then of course you have our "hero" running around nude for about five minutes of screen time and one of the most tasteless sex scenes I've ever seen (I actually felt sick to my stomach during it), not to mention that even the gore is badly done and uninspired. To be fair, Yuzna gives the film a pretty decent look via desolate Spanish locations and the effects on the robot dog (From Vincent Gaustini, who was also responsible for the effects in Dogma, Requiem for a Dream and the made-for-cable adaptation of Stephen King's Thinner) weren't bad at times. Oh, and the opening title sequence was actually quite cool and creative. These three pros, unfortunately, do absolutely nothing to make the film more watchable. It's painful, terrible, and all-around bad.

Just don't see it.

1.5/10.


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