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SKYSCRAPER
1996 / Action, Thriller
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Directed by Raymond Martino
Written by William Applegate Jr. and Joseph John Barmettler
Starring Anna Nicole Smith, Richard Steinmetz, Branko Cikatic, Calvin Levels and Jonathan Fuller

A helicopter charter soon turns deadly when the female pilot finds that she is on a building held by terrorists. It is up to her and her husband to save the hostages.

The following tags are associated with this movie: terrorist, hostage, erotica
Skyscraper (1996)
Review by Bradley Frohloff

5 / 10
Take the movie Die Hard, substitute Bruce Willis for Anna Nicole Smith, tweak some plot points and this is pretty much what you get. I like Anna Nicole Smith - great tits, attractive but delivers all of her lines in the same monotonous voice no matter what the scenario. The bad guys are about as generic and stereotypical as they come, so much that they do provide a comical aspect to the film.

There are some decent stunts, plenty of softcore sex scenes, but overall it is a poor movie. There is some value in watching the movie for a laugh, perhaps under the influence of alcohol with your friends and that's why it doesn't get a completely piss-poor rating from me, but it doesn't have enough laugh-out-loud moments to be put alongside other greats from the "so bad they're good" category.
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