An law school professor and former criminal defense attorney tells you why you should never agree to be interviewed by the police.
Snowboarders rip it up and Base jumpers do their thing in some of the most incredible ski, snowboard and paraglide stunts ever filmed or seen or Screen.
Directed by Willy Bogner using IMAX® cameras, starring music superstar Pink and featuring over twenty world class skiers, snowboarders and stunt riders, skin to the max features powder skiing in the Himalayas, extreme skiing in Alaska, slope style in Aspen and paragliding in the Swiss Engadin. From dangerous to breathtaking and simply beautiful, ski to the Max is a thrilling and entertaining film.
Studio Silver Pictures
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Release date(s) October 4, 1985 (1985-10-04)
Running time 90 minutes
Country United States
Commando is a 1985 American action film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Vernon Wells, Rae Dawn Chong, Alyssa Milano, Bill Duke, Dan Hedaya and James Olson. It was directed by Mark L. Lester and shot on location in and around Los Angeles, California.
Retired Special Forces operative John Matrix (Schwarzenegger) is informed by Major General Franklin Kirby (Olson) that all the other members of his unit have been killed by unknown mercenaries. Despite being given protection, the mercenaries attack Matrix’s secluded mountain home and kill the guards, kidnapping his daughter Jenny (Milano) in the process. Matrix gives chase, but he’s also captured when he gets into a fight with a couple of the thugs, and is shot by Bennett (Wells), who was believed to have been assassinated also, with a tranquilizer gun, knocking him unconscious.
Bennett explains that Matrix is needed to carry out a political assassination for Arius (Hedaya) (who calls himself “El Presidente”) and his army of former U.S. soldiers and mercenaries, among them Bennett, who was dishonourably discharged by Matrix for his disregard for order and has now joined Arius in retribution. Arius is a warlord and dictator who was previously overthrown by Matrix in a revolution staged by the U.S.. He now wishes to lead a military coup in his home country, Val Verde, and reasons that Matrix’s familiarity with the country’s new U.S. puppet leader will aid in an assassination attempt. As Arius has Jenny, Matrix reluctantly accepts the demand.
Ron Fricke is an American film director and cinematographer, considered to be a master of time-lapse photography and large format cinematography. He was the director of photography for Koyaanisqatsi (1982) and directed the purely cinematic non-verbal non-narrative feature Baraka (1992). He designed and used his own 70mm camera equipment for Baraka and his later projects. He also directed the IMAX films Chronos (1985) and Sacred Site (1986). His most recent work was as cinematographer for parts of the film Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. The sequel to Baraka, Samsara, is currently in production.
Fricke writes about his work: “I feel that my work has evolved through Koyaanisqatsi, Chronos and Baraka. Both technically and philosophically I am ready to delve even deeper into my favorite theme: humanity’s relationship to the eternal”.
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