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Hell's End (2005)

Germany, 1944. The allies have crossed into the Rhineland ever tightening the grip on the Nazi war machine. Elite Hitler youth groups are formed to strengthen Germany's defenses. Some say ... See full summary »

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Kommandant Von Stutz
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Lt. Col. Mabry
Paul Syers ...
Lt Lehr
Jennifer Osburg ...
Frau Himmel
Michael Ellison ...
Professor Schmidt
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Sgt. Hess
Perry Poston ...
Colonel Scott
Philipp Hildner ...
Corporal Schultz
Scott Hodges ...
Private Anderson / The Beast
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Cpl. Kowalski
Robert Herzberg ...
Major Bruhner
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Professor Osaka
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Captain Preston
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J. Jacob Adelman ...
Future Soldier (as Jeff Adelman)
Cesar Aguirre ...
Pvt. Mitchell
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Germany, 1944. The allies have crossed into the Rhineland ever tightening the grip on the Nazi war machine. Elite Hitler youth groups are formed to strengthen Germany's defenses. Some say that many of these young men were products of early German biological engineering. The super soldiers. Unfortunately for mankind these evil Nazi experiments would spawn a future race of beings destined to destroy all of mankind. One man is sent back from the 21st century to 1944 to stop this from ever happening. In a desperate attempt to change the past he must travel back in time and hunt down the horribly mutated creature which is the vessel of mans demise. Great creature effects from Toby Sells Creature FX studios. Written by Ron McLellen

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performance of a generation
8 March 2007 | by See all my reviews

I don't know about anybody else, but I thought that Kane Miller's portrayal of Trench Soldier was the by far the highlight of the picture. The hard work and preparation that went into his transformation was the kind that makes grown men cry; that makes rich women beg and poor girls steal. They say that he spent 10 hours a day in a trench simulator, for 8 weeks straight. That's the kind of dedication you can't find at the local Bed Bath and Beyond... it's a special breed. This guys gonna be a rock'n'roll superstar, no doubt. In fact, I hear he drives a really really fast car. You could tell he really put his soul out there for this role. And he proves beyond a doubt, that there's one thing that separates the men from the boys, that makes or breaks a performance... sweat.


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