One of Hollywood's most intriguing actors, Wal Kilmer has starred in a significant number of films, especially horror films. Big questions were on everyone's minds, and many audiences wanted to know what had happened to Wall Kilmer, and with the release of Wall's surprise documentary in 2021, fans were once again eager to see the classic of the movie star's career.
Undoubtedly, Kilmer's best films as a successful star of the 1980s were made in the first two decades of his career. However, he continued to play a variety of roles throughout the 21st century. Body Cup (Police Couple); The Pursuit of Friendship and Trust
Kilmer was born and raised in Los Angeles, always and even when He attended the Juilliard School in New York City in the early 1980s, and was on (or at least near) Hollywood. After years of experience in the film industry, Kilmer quickly rose to fame as Maurek's main rival, Tom Cruise, in the 1986 Top Gun. After his most memorable role (Ice Man), Kilmer starred in a variety of films, from Willow Madmartigan in 1988 to his famous role in Batman Forever in 1995.
Kilmer's career Certainly during the four decades of acting, it has many ups and downs. This is especially true of Kilmer's horror works, which certainly have more ups and downs than ups. So let's take a look at the horror movies of the Wal Kilmer era.
7. Moscow Zero ( Moscow Zero )
- Director: Maria Leidon
- Cast: Wal Kilmer, Vincent Gallo, Rad Sarbjia
- Release Date: 2006
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 22 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the film: 3 out of 10
Kilmer in the film, which was released as a DVD, with Vincent Gallo (starring in Buffalo 66 and Brown Bunny) co-starred as Andre, the evil keeper of Hell. Moscow Zero, considered by many to be Kilmer's worst film, follows the story of a group of men (led by Gallo) who try to save their friend from the Moscow labyrinth and naturally have to fight the demons along the way. Moscow Zero failed despite the interesting collaboration between Gallo and Kilmer due to a bad script and poor directing. Gallo's performance is good, and Kilmer cannot be blamed for Moscow's poor performance, as he is only seven minutes into the film. It is better to introduce Kilmer only as the main actor here, not the main star of the film.
6. Seven Below ( Seven Below )
- Director: Kevin Caraway
- Cast: Wal Kilmer, Wayne Reims, Luke Gus
- Release Date: 2012
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 30 out of 100
- IMDb Score: 3.1 out of 10
Another low-cost, frustrating horror film that has close competition With Moscow zero to win the title of Kilmer's worst film, it's seven's down, and again with Kilmer and Wing Reims (Mission Impossible Actor), it promises an attractive cinematic couple, but fails with a bad script and its complex supernatural presuppositions.
A strange group (including Kilmer as Bill, a traitorous husband) take refuge in a storm-stricken house with a horrible past and a child there who has killed his family. And group members with a decrease in the number of n Their Euphrates realize that they are in danger. Since this happens early in the film, it is not too revealing to say that Kilmer was killed immediately, about 20 minutes after the film began. If we look positively, this time is more than twice the time allotted to Kilmer in Moscow is zero.
5. Dr. Moreau Island ( The Island Of Dr. Moreau )
- Directors: Richard Stanley, John Frankenheimer
- Actors: > Wall Kilmer, Marlon Brando, Richard Stanley
- Release Date: 1996
- Raton Tomitose Score: 24 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: 4.5 out of 10
Dr. Moro Island Based on the novel of the same name by Hoggie Wells, it was previously adapted twice, once in 1932 as The Island of Lost Souls and again in 1977 as Brett Lancaster as the famous Dr. Moreau. Both adaptations were well received, while the 1996 version starring Kilmer and Marlon Brando was considered a disaster. All of these films tell the familiar story of an accident survivor who takes refuge on Dr. Moro Island, where a mad scientist works in animal research (let us name his work this way).
This film could It should be a good project, but it collapsed during the production due to mistakes made by the actors and agents of the film: Kilmer and Brando did not get along, Brando almost left after his daughter committed suicide, Kilmer after receiving a divorce from his wife at work He got involved with team members and other actors, a big storm stopped production, and so on. The film itself received negative reviews, but the behind-the-scenes drama is still one of the most intriguing cinematic ones.
4. Melting ( The Thaw )
- Director: Mark Lewis
- Actors: Wal Kilmer, Martha Makisack, Aaron Ashmore
- Release Date: 2009
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 46 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: 5.2 out of 10
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This film is not a special and unique work in this genre, and many critics regretted its dubious similarities with the ice episode of the X-Files series, but in any case, the melting is interestingly terrifying. It depicts the cause of a parasitic disease in a double way. Kilmer, like Moscow Zero and Seven, has been in the film for a short time, although his role is much more important than his previous work. Mindhunters ( Mindhunters )
- Director: Renny Harlin
- Cast: Wal Kilmer, Katherine Morris, Johnny Miller
- Release Date: 2004
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 24 out of 100
- Score IMDb to movie: 6.4 out of 10
This movie (it should not be with a series of the same name in Netflix, mistakenly) has starring actors such as El Cool J, Christine Slater and Kilmer, and follows the story of a group of young AFBI agents trained to deal with serial killers. To become proficient in identifying psychic serial killers, a group of mind hunters must first experience a series of realistic simulated training scenarios, but these trainees quickly discover that these simulations are in fact dangerously real.
Kilmer is the band's coach in the film, and throughout the story, the team members seek to find the main killer in this mysterious and mysterious plot. Audiences' opinions on this typical storyline were very different, with critics mostly negative and viewers mostly positive about the film. Hunters of the Mind is, by and large, one of Kilmer's most fascinating horror films.
Super ( The Super )
- Director: Stephen Rick
- Cast: Wal Kilmer, Patrick Flugger, Motta Catforti
- Release Date: 2017
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 40 out of 100
- Score IMDb to the movie: 5.5 out of 10
Kilmer due to throat cancer or post-production voice editing ( Or both), presents a fun and engaging game in the role of a terrifying person named Walter in the exciting 2017 superhero movie. Walter, one of his best plays of the last decade, is perhaps the most terrifying role in Kilmer's cinematic work, and as stated in the Hollywood Reporter review, it gave him the opportunity to once again put his unique name and charisma on Cinema screens show. This film is not a distinctive work in the horror genre and received different reviews when it was released, but the film has a good ending in the style of Shyamalan Security, which will occupy your mind for a while after watching the film. >
1. ( The Ghost And The Darkness )
- Director: Stephen Hopkins
- Actors: Wal Kilmer, Michael Douglas, John Connie
- Release Date: 1996
- Raton Tomitose Score: 50 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: 6.8 out of 10
Ghost and Darkness movie due to reviews Different and poor results and box office sales are considered by many Kilmer fans as an unknown classic film. The film is based on John Etri Patterson's biopic and non-fiction book The Cannibals, starring Kilmer (as Patterson, a bit reminiscent of Dr. Halliday in Tombstone) and Michael Douglas (the famous hunter Charles Remington). A unique and sadistic adventure takes place in the heart of nature.
Ghost and Darkness, written by screenwriter Lawrence of Arabia and Jaws, revived and saved Kilmer after his ugly behavior on the stage of Dr. Moro Island. Dad. He had expressed a great desire to appear in this film. His performance earned him the nomination for Best Supporting Actor. However, Wall Kilmer's passion and charm make the show even more violent, and he plays well overall.