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Re: SWEEPERS (Keoni Waxman, 1998)

PostPosted: 11 Feb 2019, 14:23
by Jox
lt.brannigan wrote:I was considering getting it anyway, just cause I could use a new copy of Bridge of Dragons.

Cool, keep me posted then!

Re: SWEEPERS (Keoni Waxman, 1998)

PostPosted: 04 Mar 2019, 11:53
by Jox
David J. Moore
Very pleasantly surprised to find this Dolph Lundgren collection in the dump bin at Walmart. I usually stay far away from these crummy dvds from Echo Bridge, but in this collection are widescreen transfers of SWEEPERS and BRIDGE OF DRAGONS, which have never been available before in 1:85:1. The quality isn’t great, though. They cram four movies to a disc. But still. $5!

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Re: SWEEPERS (Keoni Waxman, 1998)

PostPosted: 14 Apr 2019, 09:24
by bomaz
A little review (kinda) of the movie.

Re: SWEEPERS (Keoni Waxman, 1998)

PostPosted: 19 Jun 2019, 10:32
by Jox
Rare Russian VHS

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Re: SWEEPERS (Keoni Waxman, 1998)

PostPosted: 13 Jul 2019, 00:19
by Jox
The Gratuitous B-Movie Column: Sweepers
https://411mania.com/movies/the-gratuit ... -sweepers/
The soundtrack by Serge Colbert is fairly memorable, as is the music of Angolan musician Waldemar Bastos that’s used throughout the movie. The song “Sofrimento” that plays over the end credits is haunting and beautiful. How the hell did the production get Bastos involved in this movie?

Sweepers is a terrific action movie. Filled with multiple explosions and copious amounts of gunplay, it’s one of the star Lundgren’s best of the 1990’s. It has an odd opening, sure, but even when the movie is awkward it’s still quite good. If you’re a Dolph Lundgren fan and you haven’t seen Sweepers, do yourself a favor and track it down and check it out. I think you’ll like it.

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