Violent Starr is a female space pirate, that ascends to be a hero through an artifact of a legendary warrior. She fights against the Godmichael and his evil minions swarming out to eliminate creatures and races that they deem "unworthy".
She's the girl with starry eyes, about to do a sacrifice. Can't find a cure for her blackened heart because there ain't no man under her umbrella. Crawling through the dark room, she begins to smile. Her luck is about to change.
A young man reeling from personal tragedy becomes involved with a start-up technology company behind a startling new piece of hardware - Iris, the host of an advanced digital world. As the ... See full summary »
Adam T. Cottle
Hannah Louise Howell,
The Rendel movie is a story of a man blinded by his desire for revenge and hatred. Even though Rendel can be considered as a super hero, he is somewhat darker than the traditional representatives of the genre. The movie takes place in the fictionalized version of a Finnish city, Mikkeli.
The trailer itself looked decent, but this movie is what I call a catastrophy. Absurd acting, awful screen writing, dialogs were full of cliches and the plot had more holes than there are black holes in space. I tried hard to find atleast something to grab on and say - yeah atleast they've had that, but no. It is just ridiculous.
It's as if the scenario was written by some one who has absolutely no skill at all.
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