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Devil's Tomb [DVD] [2009] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

2.0 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews

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  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: R (Restricted) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Sony Home Pictures Ent.
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001UNVDWA
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 267,248 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Gooding/Winstone/Perlman ~ Devil's Tomb

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In this 2009 straight to DVD horror [aka: The Devils Tomb: Welcome to Hell, aka: Devil’s Hazard, aka: Ice 44] CIA agent Elissa Cardell (Valerie Cruz) takes a group of soldiers led by Mack (Cuba Gooding, Jr.), to rescue her scientist father, Wesley (Ron Perlman) after receiving a garbled message from his archaeological dig in the desert. Obviously things begin to go awry from the start, but what will they find?
Basically the title is the worst plot spoiler of all and ignoring the basic flaw concerning personal involvement from the start, the poor choice of weaponry for the location and the inept operational procedures of the ‘elite’ team, [lose a *]this is a good adventure yarn with plenty of atmosphere but a poor unresearched script.
The single disc plays 3 trailers before going to main menu offering play, scene selection and subtitles on/off. With some strong gore, disgusting special effects and some morally highly disturbing scenes, swearing [but not much considering] and nudity, this is undeniably an 18 rating. Unfortunately the first half is too amateurish and lacks character development and it’s hard to see where the $10 million budget went [lose a *]. The second half is quite good [almost *****], but almost comes too late to pull it back from the precipice of failure.
If you like these Good vs Evil semi theological tales then you may find this okay but honestly the religious backdrop lacks any knowledge of the subject, being garbled and riddled with errors and ‘The Prophesy’ or any of the 4 poor sequels would be a better choice.
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A group of soldiers led by Mack (Cuba Gooding) are given a mission to help a C.I.A. agent locate and extract a missing scientist from an archaeological site in the Middle East. Nothing or no one else is to be removed from the site.
But of course, there are evil things afoot.

Even worse than that though, the film itself is very poor.

The characters are cliché and one dimensional and end up looking like the roster of characters from a poorly conceived videogame. There's the token big guy, called Hammer, the medic that insists "just call me Doc" and even the `computer guy' is the glasses wearing newbie, called Click. Although to be fair I did find some unintentional humour from that when, later on when he goes missing and Mack calls out to him. This gives us a scene in which we get to see Cuba Gooding waving a gun around shouting "Click! Click! Click!" It's as if he's playing toy soldiers and is making a noise that signifies he's run out of ammo.

In addition the film is also poorly written and directed. Mack keeps having flashbacks but they feel intrusive as they are ineptly woven in to the film and happen with alarming frequency. I think there were at least 5 times in the first hour where we got to see Mack zone out and go into flashback mode.
A favourite moment of badly handled filmmaking is when one of the characters self sacrifices and blows themselves up but we are not shown them activating an explosive or pulling the pin from a grenade. They just stick their arms in the air (ok they are holding something but it's not clear what it is it could of been an old banana for all I know), then there's a bleep and they explode.

I realise this may sound as if I'm being overly nitpicky but the film just isn't entertaining.
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Really thought this would be good with the actors that are in it couldn't be more wrong it really doesn't improve although you keep hoping it will. There is nothing in it that is worth watching it for.
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Three big(ish) Hollywood names - Gooding Jr (an Oscar-winner for goodness sake), Ron Perlman and Ray Winstone - should all be wincing inwardly after agreeing to 'star' in this sorry excuse for a script. A tired, horribly over-used story of pumped up 'Special Forces' shooting badly made-up zombies underground, with not even a decent special effect to interrupt the boredom. Multiple flashbacks with overlapped repetitive shots to flesh out into 90 minutes what could have been covered in half an hour or preferably less.
Just about every cliche is covered, plus one or two dreadful errors. The Book of Hebrews is mentioned as being in the Old Testament.. this in a movie whose premise is based around religion!!
The movie did give me one positive. If scripts this bad can make it to the screen, then there's hope for me as a writer.

Totally forgettable. You'll be better entertained watching paint dry for a couple of hours.
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It's great to watch a good film and give it a good review! But this is so dire it beggars belief!!!!! I had to put a review its like a badly made 1960s zombie movie ! The special effects were so bad it was just like looking at a plate of pasta and tomato sauce! And don't start me on the acting wooden no expression when the evil dead were jumping out! It got soo bad that I started laughing half way through! And then turned off! I would give it a minus star if it were possible! Got to be the biggest load of junk I've seen ever!!!!!
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This film which i own the Scanbox dvd release is pretty weird. So it's about a military group who goes to rescue a scientist who's been doing a biological tests in desert. However as the group progressess and gets scattered psychological stuff starts to play and each of the crew members slaughter each other. The violence is not OTT but it's not for kids either. There is good amount of gore and blood. The characters are not bad but the setting and ending of the film are very very weird.
3/5
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