In a post-apocalyptic future, a commando named Brodie must defend the only village that still has gunpowder from a ruthless gang of raiders led by Clay, a traitor who plans to use the deadly powder to conquer the democratic Alpha League.
Cirio H. Santiago
CIA Colonel Harper's men are robbing military armories in order to supply South American rebels. They hide near Granite Lake, a small town policed by sheriff Jack Steiger. When colonel's men let loose on the town, Jack must stop them.
On a mission to rescue some P.O.W.'s, Johnny Ransom (Robert Patrick) and his men are captured by the enemy in Vietnam just when the U.S. pulls out of the war. He escapes and then goes back in with a group of men to rescue his friends.
Cirio H. Santiago
Captain Baronski, assigned a squad of misfit soldiers, trains them into a fighting powerhouse "The Expendables." Breaking every rule, they must risk their lives crossing into Cambodia to ... See full summary »
Cirio H. Santiago
Across the kingdom, little trolls Cupcake and Leaf decide to petition the King to recognize Trolls Friends Day, a new holiday honoring all the trolls and their pals. Navigating a vast land ... See full summary »
The police is in search of the mystery case behind the disappearance of a girl which occurred a while ago. Salih Hodja is the main suspect behind the girls' disappearance since that he was ... See full summary »
Ali Kaan Serez,
Mr. Hollis is Bert's uncle and businessman. Mr. Hollis is unhappy with the fact that an elephant rivals his nephew, but he asks the jungle doctor for help. For Dr. Jumbo he writes a cursed ... See full summary »
Detectives Ken Boyd (Andrew Legatt), Francis Gunner (Andrew Ringate), Jeff Fletcher (Carter Luedtke), Harold Hill (Elijah O'Sullivan) and Michael Elkins (Daniel Mayerchak) try and solve the... See full summary »
This war's in your own backyard. Violent warfare erupts in Northern California when Vietnam vet Deacon Porter reassembles his Combat Strike Force to avenge the death of a commanding officer.Written by
Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).
The movie credits has the couple of errors. Jerry Beyer is the one who plays the male counterpart of the Pot Couple, not Tim Murphy. David Light is the one who plays Reese, leader of the group of thugs. Not Steve Rogers, but Steve do appears in the movie in a different uncredited role as one of the thugs. See more »
The recently deceased Cirio H. Santiago was a prolific director who usually worked with low budgets and made some enjoyable B-movies. "The Destroyers" AKA "The Devastator", however, is one of his dullest films. Not that it lacks action - in fact quite the opposite: it is almost non-stop action, with the "talking parts" largely shortened or eliminated (example: a girl, who thought the hero was dead, suddenly sees him in the front door of her house; before they exchange a single word, the next scene shows them in bed together!). The action, though, is totally mindless - not just because four men, even with military experience, go up against about a hundred, but because it is never explained how a drug dealer operating in a small town is able to assemble a hundred men and so much hardware. Rich Hill, of "Deathstalker" fame, doesn't show much personality an a lead; the sweet Katt Shea does, but her part is largely thankless. * out of 4.
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