The first ten minutes in particular is intriguingly shot, using clever camera angles and (thanks to nice lighting) usually clouding Ryder in darkness. Missionary Man Michael vs. Freddy vs. Jason: Who Is the Ultimate Horror Baddie? Missionary Man leaves too much to interpretation in the story for my liking, too wibbly-wobbly with holes. The most glaring is when the antagonist berates his partner for killing the drug dealers because relatives will seek vengeance, but then he goes on to kill two deputies out in public. (Video). I am, so I didn’t regret the experience, but you need to decide whether he’s cool enough to make up for an otherwise average flick. It stars: Dolph Lundgren. “Missionary Man” is mediocre, but that’s what I expect from the Master of Mediocre. Already have an account with us? You could bear in mind him from the 80’s and early ninety’s from such films as: Rocky IV, Master of the Universe, The Punisher, Showdown in Little Tokyo, and Universal Soldier. He's the proverbial genre villain - outwardly appealing, but shady and corrupt, and has plenty of hired guns on standby to unleash upon the hero. All he carries is the bible and a desire for justice… Cinafilm has over seven million movie reviews and counting … About Us; Contact Us; Sitemap; DE EN FR ES; Follow us on Cinafilm - Twitter Cinafilm - Pinterest; Sitemap. Missionary Man is written and directed by Dolph. I don’t think “Missionary Man” failed completely on any level, but it also doesn’t stand out on any level either. Dolph's best film for some time. The whole thing is a little dull until the final showdown between Dolph and a large gang of hired bikers in the streets. But the effect is lost because we were supposed to see Dolph between the dudes legs (er, could’ve worded that better). from a vintage point of view i liked it, but in reality this only creates just yet another type of extremists/extremism.i do not find "cool" preaching the bible to the native Americans ,that got almost exterminated in the past because the "white man's God". This man on a motorbike, Dolph Lundgren, likes his tequila straight up and to learn his Bible every day. and to receive email from Rotten Tomatoes and Fandango. Lundgren has a lot of presence and his performance played to his strengths. | Rating: 2.5/4 Coming Soon. A stranger arrives in a small town, riding a motorcycle and carrying a bible. Please reference “Error Code 2121” when contacting customer service. Ryde: "It's me. Apparently Clint Eastwood was Dolph’s inspiration for getting into directing and that’s pretty obvious with “Missionary Man“, which borrows a lot from “Pale Rider“. all actors are decent and in some scenes really good.the best component, i would argue, are the costumes, and to certain extent the well chosen environment; it goes very well with crating the mood required to sustain the simple but effective plot.the biker's gang in the last 30 minutes is well done very menacing and looks real.John Enos III as their leader performs excellently.the soundtrack is nothing spectacular but fits properly as mood definer.now about Dolph Lundgren; if you have grown up on such flicks as "the red scorpion" you might enjoy this a lot providing you not expecting any sgi fights. In recent years, Dolph Lundgren has demonstrated his competence as not only an actor but also a director. Loner comes into a town under gang or mob control and cleans it up. Your AMC Ticket Confirmation# can be found in your order confirmation email. “Missionary Man” is a modern day western which is written by, directed by and starring the master of mediocre himself, Dolph Lundgren. A mysterious stranger rolls into town on a unique motorcycle. An American prisoner in a Russian jail is given a chance at freedom if he can rescue a kidnapped American woman. However, Lundgren reveals on this direct to DVD film that he did not waste away right into a fat retarded ninja, nor a washed out ex-druggie. Sidney Poitier’s 7 Most Memorable Performances, All Harry Potter Movies Ranked Worst to Best by Tomatometer. We won’t be able to verify your ticket today, but it’s great to know for the future. Spetnaz (Special Ops) veteran Nick Cherenko leaves Russia after his son and wife are killed in a gunfight by drug lord Aleksandr 'Sasha' Popov's mob men. Yet when it works, it’s primarily because it’s using ideas from better movies.