An anthology series in which each episode is a self-contained story set in a different world, with all stories linked together by an asteroid called the Metal Hurlant, which is passing ... See full summary »
Karl E. Landler,
Ryan, a Green War rebel agent sent on a mission to collect evidence against the Confederate Central Government, for its heinous crimes. The mission quickly turns chaotic when he meets Tuage, a mutant survivor.
A wealthy individual is desperate to find a way to stay alive, as he is both old and terminally ill. When a company known as RPG offers him the chance to become young again in return for a large amount of money, he doesn't think twice.
I liked it! If you're seeking for witty, elevated humor then this movie is not for you. Blundering secret agent Ranjid reminded me of Rowan Atkinson's Johnny English. Main villain Freak van Dyk is played by my favorite actor Rutger Hauer, of whom I've seen more than a hundred movies.
A lot of the jokes are a little lame, but I still had to laugh a lot. As a Dutchman I appreciated the many, many jokes about Dutch habits and peculiarities. I especially liked the orthopedic clogs, orange clothed henchmen, and of course Freak van Dyk's car with very Dutch travel trailer. Production design and visual effects are very nicely done.
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