100 Degrees Below Zero

100 Degrees Below Zero

After freak climate and weather events destroy the world around them, a group of rogue scientists attempt to reverse the deadly new ice age.

An American couple races to find their college-aged kids in Paris after a series of massive volcanic eruptions rips through Europe, the enormous ash cloud blocks out the sun, plunging the continent into a new ice age. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jose M (jp) wrote: Although nonsensical, who would have forseen that, Beverly Hillls Chihuahua 2 proves George Lopez is hungry and ready to come out in any film. The story blah, but it's an okay film that doesn't feel like torture.

Fernando Z (mx) wrote: Mas que una gran pelicula, es una estupenda entrevista al maestro. La periodista logro realmente verdaderos momentos de intimidad y Bergman hasta impresiona con su sinceridad en algunas partes. Mi momento favorito: cuando no le salen palabras coherentes luego que la periodista le pregunta sobre las mujeres.

Jason C (au) wrote: I couldn't remember what happened in the first film other than saying to the kids as the opening scene of this unfolded, it's a bit like Indiana Jones and Tomb Raider. That about sums it up and this is passable, if overly long, family fare.

Jeri W (au) wrote: This is a very important movie for those of you who want to see what our young troops are going through in Dubya's war on/occupation of Iraq. It is incredibly powerful and I dare anyone to watch this movie and come away saying we are doing the right thing. To see how this war is affecting our service members and how many of their lives will never be the same should be a requirement of every American citizen!

Leon B (fr) wrote: Review:Man, this 4 hour documentary really seemed to go on forever. It's full of footage from the early years in Italian cinema, but I don't think that I have ever watched an Italian movie. At first, I did find it quite interesting because it was good to see how far the world of cinema has progressed, but I lost interest after a while. I liked when Scorsese was talking about his family and how it was to grow up in America back in the early years, but once he starts to get into the various directors and actors that influenced him to make movies, I did drift off a couple of times. My main problem with the documentary was that I hadn't seen or heard of any of the movies that Scorsese was talking about, so I didn't have a clue why the movies were so important back in a day and age when I wasn't born yet. I can understand how the movies had changed his life, but it's a world that I really can't relate to. In all, it's a well put together documentary which gives a deep insight into a Italian cinema, but you have to have an interest in this genre to be able to find the whole 4 hour experience interesting. Average!Round-Up:Scorsese really hasn't lost his touch nowadays, and he is still pulling in huge audiences at the box office. This documentary really does show that he was a lover of movies at a really early age and it gives a complete different point of view about the world of cinema. With movies like the Taxi Driver "You Talking To Me", to films like Goodfellas and Casino, I doubt that were ever going to get a director that can mix deep drama with heavy violence so well. After watching were he got his influences from, it really doesn't seem like he would ever make movies the way that he does. Maybe thats because of his unique vision which your everyday person well never be able to create, write or direct, because he is coming from such a different angle which is deeply rooted inside him. As I director, I rate him highly, but as a documentary, it's just way too long.Budget: N/ADomestic Gross: $11,600I recommend this movie to people who are into there documentaries which show the many movies and actors which have influenced Martin Scorsese to make movies. 4/10

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george w (fr) wrote: The story line is rather missed placed but never the less the film is still a good one.Credits to Tom Hanks to the hard work put into his role. 6/10

Michael M (es) wrote: My dream world that I desperately wish to live in.

Andrew G (nl) wrote: Good movie. A lot of quick witty one liners and a great message. Plot was a little strange and oddly unique but I wasn't a big fan. "If there is a God, I don't think that he's evil, think of him more as an underachiever"

Chase V (br) wrote: No tension. No finesse. No subtlety. Just sloppy creature feature fluff that ultimately has nothing going for it. I actually got bored and started doing homework only 20 minutes into the film.

Brian H (ag) wrote: This movie was a definite departure from the "Smokey And The Bandit" style roles for Burt Reynolds ... but it always felt like it belonged in the Clint Eastwood "Dirty Harry" series ... great cast ... a hideous villain/assassin in this one played by Henry Silva ... definitely worth a viewing or two ...

TheRantingAnchor R (jp) wrote: Honestly, this is the worst of the good Star Wars movies. That doesn't necessarily mean that it's bad--the plot is still excellent, the characters are great, especially Skywalker, and the entire Tatooine sequence is legendary. However, once the Ewoks show up, this movie goes a little downhill. It gets a little boring and disappointing. Despite this, it is still a very good movie that deserves a watch.Oh, and I do prefer The Phantom Menace to this.

Michael D (de) wrote: Cute heart-warming story of an older woman who struggles with hording and growing old alone. A bit like the secret life of Walter Mitty when she has those internal day dream sequences. I loved how the movie ended. Sally Field was great. Some good music sprinkled throughout as well. The best part (most uplifting) was the Baby Goya concert and then the photo shoot.