Jack and Melissa are frightened by their son's bizarre and violent behavior; they soon learn that he is the gateway to the Apocalypse, and it will happen on his birthday, 11-11-11. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jack and Melissa are frightened by their son's bizarre and violent behavior; they soon learn that he is the gateway to the Apocalypse, and it will happen on his birthday, 11-11-11.
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Jonalyn B (ag) wrote: Not bad; some parts felt a bit boring to me.
Jon C (nl) wrote: 7 years since the original game came out I finally had the chance to play it and see what the fuss was aboutIt was basically non-linear storytelling and the game developers created a new form of a terrifying outer space killer-alien projectwhat worked so well was the constant dark shadows aboard the Ishimura, the design of the Necromorphs able to take so many freakish shapes, and having the same feeling as John Carpenter's The Thingexcept where that mutant-alien story took place on earth this game series takes place in the vacuum of space with no escapethe first game was scary, gory, and heart-poundingly intense from start to finish even though the controls were a bit flaky and ammunition and health were limitedthis film takes place just after the events of Aegis 7 when Issac Clarke escaped and right before the events of the 2nd gamea new crew from the Obono stumble upon the ruined landscape of the desolate planet, find a shard of the Marker artifact, and accidentally unleash more of the terror that befell the Ishimura crewa majority of the film is told in flashbacks from creepy-looking CGI to traditional hand-drawn anime the anime portions are way better and with more thought and construct explaining each of the crew's encounter with the Necromorphs and the corruption of the Markerthe film zips by without wasting a single moment delivering much of the same scares and bloody scenes the game first spawnedthere's also a much deeper conspiracy surrounding the discovery of the alien race and the artifact meaning that the nightmare may not be far from overfills in several gaps and opens the way for a much bigger storyline for the rest of the series
forrest f (kr) wrote: Acting and script are poor.
Javier E (ca) wrote: Un buen estudio de personajes. Nate (Preiss) decide ingresar a los Marines para impresionar a su familia. De regreso del "boot camp" se encuentra en su camino a Andy (Fletcher), un "emo" con un hijo que inmediatamente se enamora de el. Descubren sus diferencias y entre ambos se apoyan para lograr resolver problemas de familia que venian cargando. Es cine de muy bajo presupuesto pero no por ello de mala calidad. Vale la pena por la fuerza de los personajes y porque la historia no cae en lugares comunes... tan seguido.
Barry H (es) wrote: Not as funny as I thought it was going to be, the story is reasonable and the moral of the movie is very good
Robert I (jp) wrote: I need to see this film! Like right now!
Rob C (br) wrote: I might be wrong, but when three writers are given credit for coming up with one of the most derivative, cliched "talented underdogs overcome great obstacles to make the state finals" plots, I'm remembering this film as a prime case study in script re-branding - the process of taking a script, applying it to an intellectual property, and re-writing parts of the script (characters, locations and so on) to merge the two. The original Sister Act had a fairly broad appeal, so it's surprising that they went in this direction, as only teens ever want to watch movies based on teens. By the second half of the film (when the kids are just starting to get things going) Whoopi Goldberg feels like a guest star in her own film. Appearances from original cast members Maggie Smith, Kathy Najimi, Wendy Makkena and Mary Wickes are serviceable, yet not really necessary to the plot in any way. Most of the 'humour' here is either dated or falls flat. It's not terrible, but every plot development is telegraphed from a mile off, and it shares so many cliches with other films of its ilk that even on first viewing, you have that dreaded sense of deja vu. Like countless other films with low-budget sequels, you remember the good and leave out all the rest.
John B (br) wrote: Middling fare. Thank goodness Sean Astin rose out of this to become a hobbit. ABC Sunday night special stuff.
Guillaume H (br) wrote: One of those thats bad enough to be campy good but its still more bad than good.
Jesse O (it) wrote: 'So bad it's good' is a term I use a lot because I love these kinds of movies. But I have never known what it truly meant until now. This is THE worst movie I have EVER seen. It has such a random opening title sequence, horrible cinematography, and it seriously looks like the director shot only one take of everything...the lead actress laughs during her lines several times, one other girl stops mid line and repeats 'um' until she remembers the rest of her line, a cop gives his performances and then looks at the camera and laughs....it's pathetically awesome. Also, it seems like every actor was instructed to throw away the script and improvise. It's all ad libbed and it is the worst movie. Ever. One star for its quality, five for its appeal.
Colin R (ag) wrote: Proof Al Adamson is a true hack genius. Clips from various movies are sliced here together and then adds some absurd plot about vampires from outer space who react to the colors of the atmosphere (Adamson really used color filters to add color to the black and white films he ripped from) while the members of the space crew on earth get it on in some goofy 70?s erotica. This is a must find and a must own from true cult collectors.
Anthony D (fr) wrote: Thornton and Heder, excellent comedy duo
Kat K (gb) wrote: Incandescent & brilliant film that will not appeal to your typical masogyonist American. However if you wish to see a film that is indeed about a woman (for a change) and are not in the sad camp who belives that Ruskin had any talent just because he championed the Pre-Raphaelite artist movement. Then enjoy this lovely costume moving picture.
Thomas B (it) wrote: Grade - B-It's highly entertaining throughout and poses some thought provoking ideas, all supported by stunning visuals and good performances. However, its screenplay is a bit of a mixed bag, and some of the ideas intended to be philosophically meaningful come off as ridiculous and, ultimately, silly.
Dominique D (jp) wrote: Un des moins bons films de football que j'ai vu, mais les autres sont tellement bons... C'est un film correct, sans plus.
Orlok N (ca) wrote: Magnificent!almost an Epic!