Dr. Peyton Westlake (Liam Neeson) is on the verge of realising a major breakthrough in synthetic skin when a gang, led by the sadistic Robert G. Durant (Larry Drake), obliterates his laboratory. Burned beyond recognition and altered by an experimental medical procedure, Westlake attempts rebuild his laboratory and re-establish ties with his former girlfriend Julie (Frances Mc Dormand). but his most challenging task lies with himself.
Torn between his desire to create a new life with Julie and his quest for revenge, the man known as Darkman begins to assume alternate identities in this stunning, fast -paced action thriller from director Sam Raimi.
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Darkman is Sam Raimi's pre Spider-Man super hero. This is some of Liam Neeson's finest work. Effectively Raimi's audition for Spider-Man... it features great explosive scenes, surreal dream sequences with lots of reds and yellows, and really gloomy scenes in darkened alleyways. It's one of those not-all-that-well-known movies that I would recommend to anyone who really loves movies. Everything about Darkman makes it a classic for me. From Danny Elfmans powerful score to Raimis frenetic POV shooting. Its an intense film that isnt afraid of getting ugly. People get shot. People die. People get their damned fingers chopped off. Bridging the gap between action and science fiction, Darkman was groundbreaking and ahead of its time.
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