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Re: THE TRACKER (Giorgio Serafini, 2018)

PostPosted: 26 Sep 2019, 02:41
by savagesketch
“You can take the helicopter out of the movie, but we’re not taking it outta the marketing and box art!” says Lionsgate executive. :lol: :lol: :lol:

Re: THE TRACKER (Giorgio Serafini, 2018)

PostPosted: 16 Oct 2019, 07:50
by lt.brannigan
I finally ordered this the other day when Amazon had a $3 off coupon and snagged it for $12.

Maybe the uncut version makes more sense, but the 88 minute US Cut is a jumbled mess that is incoherent and not memorable in the least.

Also not a fan of the cinematography either, rarely stationary annoys me.

This is a movie that never manages to justify its existence for me.

Hopefully there's an enjoyable Dolph movie coming soon as both this and Dead Trigger were disappointing to me.

Though The Tracker is the better of the two.

Re: THE TRACKER (Giorgio Serafini, 2018)

PostPosted: 24 Oct 2019, 05:32
by savagesketch
lt.brannigan wrote:I finally ordered this the other day when Amazon had a $3 off coupon and snagged it for $12.


:lol: :lol: I also saw that $3 off coupon, took the bait, and snagged THE TRACKER on blu-ray.

I will say that the score is quite good. But it feels like too much tampering was done. Quite a few questions are left unanswered, and Dolph is underused. It sets up some great character traits, arcs and dynamics, but these are all dropped completely. I'd love to see the other cut, as I imagine there's more there, but like Brannigan said, it feels slightly jumbled and incoherent. Then again, it does have a decent score and a cool opening five minutes.

Re: THE TRACKER (Giorgio Serafini, 2018)

PostPosted: 28 Oct 2019, 13:34
by Jox

Re: THE TRACKER (Giorgio Serafini, 2018)

PostPosted: 05 Nov 2019, 22:43
by Jox
International/Japanese trailer


Re: THE TRACKER (Giorgio Serafini, 2018)

PostPosted: 09 Nov 2019, 12:02
by Jox
Swedish DVD cover front & back

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Re: THE TRACKER (Giorgio Serafini, 2018)

PostPosted: 08 Dec 2019, 02:57
by Scifibuff5
As much as I like the poster and last 20 minutes of action like everyone else is said it is a rough set and it’s very forgettable to where you either want to stream it online for free or only get it if it’s it in a two dollar been packed with a bunch of other movies but it’s not worth seeking out really even by low standards.


I get why the premise sounded interesting but having all the unprofessional actors who are essentially extras be the remainder of the cast and have it be such a slow so sad didn’t feel right. I get why the premise sounded interesting but having all the unprofessional actors who are essentially extras be the remainder of the cast and have it be such a slow set didn’t feel right


I hope that Hard Night Falling redeems both this and Acceleration as 2019 has not been a good year for Dolph.