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Critters 4 [DVD] [US Import]

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  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
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  • ASIN: B000099T3T
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Critters 4 is a good movie sequel. Far better than the disappointing parts 2 and 3. What part 4 does so well is that it actually does the rarest of things that horror movies do- it character builds. This is very refreshing, and we learn about the characters. This one is involved entirely in space but Charlie is still with us. Brad Dourif is excellent as are much of the cast. Yes the acting is not the greatest and the SFX is on verge of being appaling- but there is a story here. As for the gore there is hardly any, which is surprising as they could have gone full pelt on this- one wonders if they were aiming for a pg certificate. However there is a nice claustrophobic atmosphere here. Really I am surprised I am givning this movie such a high mark, but quite frankly its enjoyable.
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It had to happen.In as much as the Critters are from Space anyway,it was only a matter of time before they went back.Pinhead went to Space as did leprechaun and Jason.Its seems like the next logical step in the illogical World of Horror Sequels.I have to say though,now that ive had My little Rant! This is A Really Good Flick.Lots of Humour and Murder on board a spaceship.Much better than 3.
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Great for the family a had a rite laff it's mint a must watch
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Old film brot back memories
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1.0 out of 5 stars the least of the critters movies. 17 Mar. 2013
By Billights - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The frist 3 critters movies were great, they should have stop while they were ahead. Critters 4 is the wosrt sequil for a movie ever. The reason I dont like this movie is because they turn a central hero from critters 1 and 2 into a monster. Dont buy this movies it stinks, there isnt one good thing about this movie. I dont even consider this movie part of the critters fransie, in my mind critters is a trilogy, and critters 4 never was made, i cant say enough bad things about this movie. Watch critters 1, 2, and 3 there great films, but skip critters 4.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Critters 4 (1992) 31 Dec. 2005
By The Tweeder - Published on Amazon.com
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Director: Rupert Harvey

Cast: Don Keith Opper, Terrence Mann, Paul Whitthorne, Anders Hove, Angela Bassett, Brad Dourif, Eric DaRe, Martine Beswick, Anne Ramsay.

Running Time: 100 minutes

Rated PG-13 for violence, language, and gore.

"Critters 4" starts, somewhere in Kansas and replays the last few minutes of "Critters 3" (1991) as the recurring character of Charlie McFadden (Don Keith Opper) is about to shoot the last two remaining Critter eggs in the universe which, we are informed, would mean the extinction of the entire Critter race which is against some sort of intergalactic zoological law or something like that. Charlie's bounty hunter friend Ug (Terrence Mann) is now known as Counsellor Tetra and is a top ranking official at the intergalactic council and orders Charlie not to shoot the eggs but instead put them into a pod that will land nearby very soon. The pod does indeed land nearby very quickly & Charlie does indeed put the eggs into it but he is also caught in the pod which I presume cryogenic-ally freezes him as it's never really explained. "Critters 4" then informs us that we are 'Somewhere in Saturn Quadrant 2045' where a salvage ship comes across the pod drifting in space. Rick (Anders Hove) decides to claim the unidentified, to them anyway, pod and try to make a bit of cash out of it. With the help of his crew, Ethan (Paul Whitthorne), Fran (Angela Bassett), Al Bert (Brad Dourif) and Bernie (Eric DeRe), the pod is successfully recovered. They get in touch with the intergalactic council and Counsellor Tetra say to go to an abandoned space-station where a trade will be made for the pod and its contents, Tetra also specifically tells Rick not to open the pod. So in true horror film tradition Rick opens the pod, thaws Charlie out and the Critter eggs which hatch, kill Rick and escape into the space-station.

Co-produced & directed by Rupert Harvey, "Critters 4" is a pretty useless film and rounds the Critter series of films off with a whimper rather than a bang. The script by Joseph Lyle and David J. Schow is both predictable & clichéd, the space-station with an unstable reactor that will blow up in a few hours, the protagonists only means of escape being neutralised early on so they are stuck, the race against time to save themselves, the constant bickering & arguing amongst the crew, people splitting up and the loser who turns into a hero & saves the day, yawn. A lot of plot devices seem to come straight from "Aliens" and it rips off "Star Wars" with a tacky waste compactor scene. The characters are no better and you probably won't give a damn about any of them. While the other "Critters" films could be described as comedy horrors part 4 cannot, it appears to be deadly serious throughout, making it incredibly slow, uneventful and dull. The looks cheap throughout with bland, dark unimaginative sets and it even steals footage from "Android" for it's ships and space scenes; "Critters 4" was apparently so low budget that the filmmakers couldn't afford any optical effects & the ones it takes from "Android" look seriously dated. The acting is pretty poor as well with Angela Bassett's over-the-top melodramatic reaction to seeing a few Critter eggs particularly cringe worthy. To look at "Critters 4" it is as cheap and unspectacular a production as you could hope to (not) see.
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3.0 out of 5 stars ah, an improvement over Critters 3 (belive it or not) 7 Feb. 2004
By Movie Dude - Published on Amazon.com
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Being that this and Critters 3 were filmed back to back, this also was direct-to-video. Fortunately though, Critters 4 does not have the "direct-to-video faults" that Critters 3 had. This movie starts off showing what happened at the end of the 3rd movie. In my opinion of the 3rd movie, the ending is really all you need to see. By the way, DO NOT let the subtitle of Critters 4 fool you! This is no corny space movie. In fact, Critters 4 ranks up with the first one in the sense of a dark yet decent plot. Yes, the character of Charlie is in the movie and it does take place 50 years later but this is all explained. As far as the ending goes, it was surprising. Some people liked it, some didn't. As for me, I thought it gave the movie a good twist. As I said in my previous Critters review: skip Critters 3 and move on to Critters 4. The only reason I don't give this movie a 4th star is becuase it lacks some action compared to the first two Critter movies but don't let that dissapoint you. I would have to say that Crittes 4 is the only movie in the series that appears to be for adults as well as teenagers. Again, Critters 4 has a dark/decent plot somewhat similar the first movie and should not be missed.
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2.0 out of 5 stars LAST TWO EGGS 2 May 2013
By The Movie Guy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Like all series that run out of fresh ideas, let's toss it into a space future. The year is 2045 in a spaceship near Saturn. They encounter the last two eggs in a space pod with Charlie (Don Keith Opper) who has appeared in all four films. The special effects weren't special unless you mean it in a derogatory sense. The acting has digressed as did the script. Perhaps the weakest of the four.

Parental Guide: F-bomb. No sex. Rear nudity ("The" Angela Bassett)
4.0 out of 5 stars "The demands of waste material." 26 April 2013
By Einsatz - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This movie veers off course in more ways than one. Picking up where the last movie ended, Charlie (Don Keith Opper) has been lost in space for decades until a salvage vessel runs across his pod and takes it onboard. Greed quickly takes over when the evil commander (Anders Hove) of the salvage vessel decides he must see what's inside this pod, before handing it off to Terracorp for a presumed finder's fee. The designated handoff is supposed to take place at a nearby space station; abandoned for whatever reason by Terracorp. Of course, complications arise. Captain Rick manages to break into the pod and release Charlie and the 2 hatched Crites. As if that wasn't bad enough, the space station's nuclear reactor begins to fail and the onboard computer-Angela turns out to be a bit temperamental. They're surrounded by death from all quarters.
The body count is higher in this installment. There's less humor to be had (not a bad thing). And there's not one but two villains (Rick and Ug/Counselor Tetra). The only false note for me is the belated appearance by Ug, now called Counselor Tetra. At no time do they bother to explain the (seemingly) abrupt change in Ug. This extraneous villain could have been anyone in name only, why a former character who was supposedly a good guy? It was a little late in the game to drop a surprise that only lasted a few seconds. Otherwise, not a bad effort; I had to have it to complete the set. It's not the most inspired series ever made. I like it because of repeated viewings; I've developed a certain fondness for the little critters.

If you're looking for `art' you've taken a wrong turn somewhere, this isn't it.
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