Predator (1987)

R   |    |  Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi


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A team of commandos on a mission in a Central American jungle find themselves hunted by an extraterrestrial warrior.


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  • Carl Weathers and Bill Duke in Predator (1987)
  • Jesse Ventura and Bill Duke in Predator (1987)
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger in Predator (1987)
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger and John McTiernan in Predator (1987)
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger in Predator (1987)
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30 August 2006 | la_walker
10
| Pushing too many pencils! Best film ever!
If I had to recommend one film to a stranger, it would have to be Predator. It has some of the best acting, directing, effects and sound-track ever produced.

>This is Arnold's best acting roll in his career. But, we must not forget every other actor who produced spine-tingling performances! >The effects are simple, yet will last the test of time >The weaponry is huge! And will remain huge in my heart!

If you like 'war type' action you should love this. From the title screen the action begins, and does not end until the credits.

The sheer brute force of the story leaves one feeling truly satisfied, and even spiritually fulfilled by the end.

Without Predator my life would be incomplete. Stick around and watch this one people. If not, get to the chopper and announce your sins!

Thank you

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