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Last Siege: Never Surrender
     

The Last Siege: Never Surrender

Director: Worth Keeter

Cast: Jeff Fahey, Brent Huff, Beth Toussaint

 

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Artisan Home Entertainment's full screen DVD of The Last Siege is only OK, with considerable grain apparent in the dark interior scenes; the better illuminated shots, including the exteriors, are better, with firm colors and sharp edges. The Dolby 2.0 sound is adequate for an action movie. The disc also includes a "Scene Selection" function, but no other

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Artisan Home Entertainment's full screen DVD of The Last Siege is only OK, with considerable grain apparent in the dark interior scenes; the better illuminated shots, including the exteriors, are better, with firm colors and sharp edges. The Dolby 2.0 sound is adequate for an action movie. The disc also includes a "Scene Selection" function, but no other special features.

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Combining elements of Die Hard, Under Siege, and Crash Dive, this modest offering has the makings of a very successful B-movie, if that's all one is expecting. The tension of Die Hard is missing, and the clever traps of Under Siege are gone, but there's plenty of action aboard a fast-moving, large vehicle, with clearly labeled good guys taking on properly delineated bad guys -- whose motives may be murky, but what the heck. And the fate of the entire world is in the hands of one man, with a digital clock counting down the seconds to massive destruction, and you can't beat that. Jeff Fahey plays Lyman with wide-eyed fear instead of steely eyed confidence, which makes him a sympathetic would-be hero. Director Worth Keeter, a veteran of TV's Power Rangers action series, and prolific B-movie scripter Steve Latshaw keep things moving in the right direction without being hobbled by excessive character development. The useless subplot about the teenaged girl could have been lost without anyone noticing, but other than that, this is harmless mindlessness.

Product Details

Release Date:
03/26/2002
UPC:
0707729126263
Original Release:
2001
Rating:
R
Source:
Lions Gate
Region Code:
1
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time:
1:34:00

Special Features

Full-screen version; Dolby 2.0 audio; Scene selection; Digitally mastered; Interactive menus

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Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Scene Selection
1. Opening Credits [3:17]
2. I'm Going In [5:17]
3. Wake-Up Call [2:14]
4. No More Guns [1:23]
5. Mapping It Out [2:57]
6. See You on the Train [3:53]
7. False Security [4:42]
8. Ready to Roll [3:49]
9. Shake Things Up [5:22]
10. Bang for Your Buck [3:26]
11. Careful What You Ask For [4:26]
12. ATF Onboard [4:12]
13. Don't Move! [5:02]
14. Cutting Edge [5:40]
15. Prime Target [3:46]
16. No Ransom, No Demands [4:00]
17. Cowboy [5:23]
18. Brace Yourself [5:29]
19. Your Call [4:51]
20. Back on Track [4:25]
21. No Time [4:01]
22. End Credits [6:27]

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