"They look like other people and act like other people."
The Great Owl, blu-ray.com
18 December 2013
Excerpt: The 1946 Orson Welles film, The Stranger, is an engaging postwar suspense story that benefits from powerhouse acting and incredible cinematography. Iconic actor Edward G. Robinson plays an officer of the UN War Crimes Commission who travels to a small Connecticut town in pursuit of a Nazi fugitive.
So much DNR and contrast boosting it's unwatchable
12 February 2013
Excerpt: That pretty much sums upthe PQ on this release. The audio is screaming for restoration and suffers from an extreme amount of damage which could be removed if just a *little* effort had been put into cleaning it up. As for the film, it's a great noir and you can't go wrong with Orson Welles. My advice: buy the MGM Film Noir series DVD.
Summary: Its an ok film to watch the once, nothing special that hasn't been done before, hes an ok actor. The film is as good as it could be with yet another wrestling star trying to make it into films.
Summary: This film is much like any one of the Seagal or Dolph, low budget, straight to DVD action flicks. Perhaps this is a little worse. Having said that, much like Seagal, Austin has a certain quality that makes him a little pleasant and okay to watch on screen. That alone can't save this film though and it doesn't. Lack of real plot or decent action sequences (along with poor sound effects) make this movie a pointless exercise.
Summary: Steve Austin has been in some pretty good films so far and i feel that he might have some future in the acting business. He gives a pretty good performance in this one which is highly enjoyable action scenes along with a great concept story. Sadly the film is extremley low budget and if the producers had more money, this film would have recieved a much larger rating. Fans of Austins work should like this one and i certianlly felt it was watchable.