A former marine captain has been sentenced to life on a remote island prison where the most violent and feared criminals have been secured. Casey impales and kills himself on Robbin's weapon, and Robbins is taken to be executed. He learns that the Insiders' boat engine needs a , a part which Robbins saw while in Marek's camp. Directed by Martin Campbell Description: From the director of Goldeneye. . Public transportation buffs may ask themselves how many prisoners you'd have to transport every day to make a monorail economical.
A prisoner named Robbins is taken to a futuristic colony run by a sadistic warden. Marek survives and attacks Robbins, but the Father defends him before he can deliver the final blow. He arrives by streamlined monorail at the prison, which towers like a city of the future over the surrounding desert sands. Once on the island, Robbins is captured by a numerous group of prisoners known as the 'Outsiders', whose only order is and are led by a named Marek. Robbins was ordered to lead a helicopter assault upon a village of women and children and Robbins was ordered to eliminate them. Robbins learns that the Insiders are heavily outnumbered over 6-to-1 by the Outsiders and that he is the only person to have ever escaped from Marek's camp.
Robbins learns that King is the informer in the Insiders' camp who has been contacting the Warden by radio, informing him of each escape attempt made. Robbins hijacks the helicopter, throwing the Warden out the door and vowing to spread the truth about the island so the prisoners will be released. He offers him a position in his ; instead, Robbins knocks Marek into the pool, steals his , and flees the Outsider's camp. Highly-trained ex-Marine John Robbins is imprisoned for life for murdering his commanding officer after being ordered to kill innocent civilians in ; having escaped from two Level 5 maximum security , he is sent to a Level 6 facility. He falls into the below, where he washes up on some rocks and is retrieved by another group, called the 'Insiders'. It was based on the 1987 novel , by Richard Herley. He refuses, saying he wants to leave Absolom; Father takes Robbins to the shore, explaining that they are 200 miles from the mainland, with gunships 50 miles off the coast, and above, mainly to detect thermal activity such as large fires or explosions.
Robbins infiltrates the Outsiders' camp and gets the engine part, but he is captured by the Outsiders. This hints that King is the spy that The Warden put on Absolom. Robbins meets Father, King -the new-arrival helper- and befriends Casey, a naive young man given a life sentence for taking part in a kidnapping gone wrong. Highly-trained ex-Marine John Robbins is imprisoned for life for murdering his commanding officer after being ordered to kill innocent civilians in ; having escaped from two Level 5 maximum security , he is sent to a Level 6 facility. On the island, Robbins is captured by a group of prisoners known as the 'Outsiders', led by a named Walter Marek and whose only rule is. Robbins is forced to fight Casey to the death; knowing they won't both escape, Casey impales himself on Robbins' weapon. Robbins meets Father, King -the new-arrival helper- and befriends Casey, a naive young man given a life sentence for taking part in a kidnapping gone wrong.
I imagine that the original novel might have contained some philosophy about prison systems and the men who inhabit them. Pursued through the , he ends up trapped at the edge of a high cliff where he is shot in the neck by darts. Les marques citées sur cette page sont la propriété de leurs titulaires. Robbins learns about a new boat and demands a seat, still determined to escape. In the novel, the British government runs prison island for convicts from it's mainland prisons. The boat is suddenly blown up and the boat builder is stabbed by the informer. After discovering King's necklace in the engineer's hand, Robbins confronts King and forces him to give new coordinates to the Warden for where to land his helicopter on the island.
His village seems like a grungy hovel, and his men dress themselves mostly in vines, leaves, computer chips, tattoos, leather, and used auto parts. It sure hell isn't god. Robbins is taken to be executed but escapes again with the help of an Insider spy, infuriating Marek. The story, set in a , concerns a former who is serving on an island inhabited by savage and cannibalistic prisoners. Even the big secret who is the traitorous spy? Robbins fights his way out of the jungle and into the hands of Marek, who, like all tribal leaders in this genre, spends most of his workday presiding over elaborately choreographed fights to the death among his subjects. The Insiders have secretly built a scan-proof boat and launch it to tell the outside world about Absolom. He also meets King, the new-arrival helper, and Casey, a young man given a life sentence for taking part in a high-profile kidnapping.
After helping repel an attack by the Outsiders, Father notes Robbins' abilities and asks him to join them. After an attack by the Outsiders, The Father notes Robbins's resourcefulness and combat acumen and asks Robbins to join them. In the year 2022, a ruthless prison warden has created the ultimate solution for his most troublesome and violent inmates: Absolom, a secret jungle island where prisoners are abandoned and left to die. Perhaps the original novel, The Penal Colony, by Richard Herley, explains why. Marek forces Robbins to fight one of his men for amusement and is impressed when Robbins kills his opponent in seconds. It holds a rating of 50% on based on 16 reviews. On those prison islands, new arrivals are dumped on the islands by helicopters, where they must learn to survive and satellites are used to keep an eye on the convicts.
They use flaming arrows to set most of the place ablaze although the next day there is curiously little fire damage , and the two factions engage in bloody hand-to-hand combat. Video game A video game based on the film was released in 1994 for , , and. Robbins awakens inside the Insiders' camp, which is led by a terminally-ill doctor called 'The Father', who put together a with laws opposed to the of the Outsiders. Robbins est confrontée à une situation extrême: combattre une société sauvage et primitive, les prisonniers les plus terribles et les démons de son passé. He stays behind to fire the stolen rocket launcher, igniting an , killing most of the Outsiders and triggering the satellites, causing the Warden to intervene.
Robbins hijacks the helicopter, throwing the Warden off the ship, and escapes from Absolom, vowing to spread the truth about the island. The special effects in this scene are cheerfully incompenent: We look at the sea, and upon it we see superimposed an animated graphic of a small gray slug-like escape pod that chugs along until it is blown up. The weapon he stole is appropriated for the good of the community. That leads to other questions, such as, how does one become fat while living in the jungle and dining on lizards, gruel and poi. Robbins is taken to the shore, where he learns that they are 200 miles from the mainland, and that there are gunships 50 miles off the coast. The Insiders have secretly built a scan-proof boat and launch it, manned by secret volunteers to escape the island and tell the outside world about Absolom.