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Flesh Wounds [DVD] [2010] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]


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Amazon.com: HASH(0x94b651d4) out of 5 stars 118 reviews
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x950e2dbc) out of 5 stars In the jungle no one can hear you yawn... 20 July 2012
By magellan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
As one can see from the other reviews here this is not a movie that is in any danger of upstaging Predator (or the recent very impressive sequel, Predators). It's sort of like Predator meets the B movie genre, but even that insults B movies since this one struggles to be a C movie if there even is such a thing. Or, if you can remember back that far, the Six Million Dollar Man meets Predator.

The shell of a plot idea (secret group of military scientists in a jungle somewhere developing a cybernetic super-soldier goes missing ) wouldn't be so bad if the execution weren't so ridiculous. The supposedly elite special ops team looks more like a rag-tag bunch of guys recruited from the local sports bar who just had enough beef cake to carry an M16 and a backpack around for a while. One guy even totes a canvas bag full of guns which he switches out from scene to scene. It's more like rhumba than Rambo.

At least Predator and Predators were movies with decent scripts, good acting, and nice special effects, which this movie lacks in spades. Kevin Sorbo in the lead role is certainly a competent actor when given good material but he just seemed bored through most of the movie, and I can't blame him. I kept hoping Johnny Weismuller would do his Tarzan yell and come swinging down from the tree tops right into the middle of one of the poorly staged firefights, kick some serious butt, and add a little class to this water buffalo's derriere of a jungle flick. No such luck, though. This is one jungle movie that just died on the vine.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x950e2e10) out of 5 stars Pure cheese, and not very tasty 21 Jan. 2013
By Moviedude - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
A shabby knockoff of Predator, Flesh Wounds sees a commando team slowly picked off in the woods by an invisible cyborg. These woods are shot through an oppressive and omnipresent yellow-green filter. This is to tell us that we are looking at the jungle, as opposed to say the woods behind the producer's house. These direct-to-video sci fi films tend to follow a pretty predictable formula, so I'll break this review down into its constituent parts:

Lone Token Celebrity:
Kevin Sorbo, AKA Hercules! But while he may have saved ancient Greece a thousand times, there's nothing the son of Zeus can do for this stinkbomb of a film.

Lesson About Man's Hubris:
Strong, but confined to the military. If you are a crooked general and you build an invisible cyborg who needs regular doses of brain chemicals, then he will probably go rogue in the jungle and eat people's brains. This is a pretty specific lesson to learn, but a good one, I guess.

Carnage:
Silly. Because squibs are expensive we see no physical evidence that anyone is shot; instead CG blood just launches out of their backs. Near the end Kevin Sorbo blows up a tin shed and it doesn't even move, let alone fall down.

Awful Effects:
SUPER awful. The cyborg's laser guns and cg look terrible. The fake blood looks terrible. The asparagus urine filter on everything looks terrible. It's ALL terrible.

Romantic Subplot:
None, although a lady CIA agent kisses Kevin Sorbo at the end. She has no reason to whatsoever.

Big Action Truck:
No truck but there are action airboats. Well, one airboat. Money doesn't grow on trees.

In conclusion, Flesh Wounds is terrible. Don't buy it.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x951e55ac) out of 5 stars A very, very cheap rip off of predators. Only missing a few things. I say D 21 July 2011
By Tony Heck - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
"If these guys can't fix it, Hell no one can." After a group of scientists goes missing, the army hires an elite covert team led by Tyler (Sorbo) to go and investigate and rescue them. When they get to the site they discover something they never could have imagined. There really is not much to say about this movie. The best way to explain it is that this is a Scy/Fy channel version of "Predators". It is only missing the effects, action, cool bad guys and acting, other then that it is a lot like "Predators". If you are a HUGE Predator or Sci-fi fan you would probebly like this, otherwise go ahead and aviod this and anyone who wants you to watch it. I give it a D.

Would I watch again? - No way! I will not be getting this for my store.

*Also try - Predators
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x946460b4) out of 5 stars pound the booty for 20 min..... 20 Nov. 2012
By thammy1 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
it was a predator remake... a terrible one! the movie sucked. pay close attention to what they say, and there weapons (which change constintantly in there hands).. just bad, when one male soldier asks another male soldier if they have postpartum depression (depression that can happen to women after they have a baby) you start to question things. at one point, a soldier with a complete serious face, trying to act cool. said this "I really need to stop smoking these things, i used to punish the booty for 2 hrs. now i can only last 20 min". he was completely serious! just terrible... the blood was so bad that when someone got shot in the head, it looked like a spray can of red paint was shot from the back of his head.

I tried to rate this as 0 stars, but this site did not allow me.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x946462f4) out of 5 stars EVERYTHING WAS WRONG 11 May 2016
By keith seago - Published on Amazon.com
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Kevin Sorbo is a good actor but this movie not so much. Yeah yeah I see a little bit of a rip off of Predator. But are you a 100% sure it was a original idea to start with? And any way this is a earth bound cyborg not an alien hunter. But all in all very low budget but I've seen a lot worse here and elsewhere. It keeps a quick pace, and gives lot's of action. But every single thing about the military it portrays is wrong! Uniforms, insignias, weapons, chain of command, discipline, training and execution in a swamp area operation. Wow. EVERYTHING WAS WRONG. There didn't need to be a cyborg any Army vet in america could have taken them out in the first few hours. An Army vet with combat training or that was with any special unit would have been done in just the first hour if that.
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