The ancient Mayan calender records the last day of history as December 21, 2012. This documentary examines whether 2012 is really the year of the "end" and whether it is the beginning of a new historical cycle. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
2012: Mayan Prophecy and the Shift of the Ages
The ancient Mayan calender records the last day of history as December 21, 2012. This documentary examines whether 2012 is really the year of the "end" and whether it is the beginning of a new historical cycle.
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Ted W (it) wrote: Terrible halloween movie.
Morgan B (ca) wrote: best movie and lots of suspence
Nathan B (kr) wrote: The incredibly fractured narrative, while a put-off at first, makes it engaging to piece together the story. But the plot never really seems to be going anywhere and by the end of the movie is was left quizzical as to what the point of the movie was.
Bryan W (es) wrote: How could I not want to see Edward Norton in a superhero movie?
Bobby L (de) wrote: Casper Van Dien is killed in this movie, about halfway through. My guess was that he woke up and realized how silly a movie he was in, and opted to leave. It's silly, the acting is ubercheesey, and horses can outrun missiles. With all that, the main baddie, with a skull face (that looked more convincing than Langella's as Skeletor) is pretty badass and there was barely any CG to be found, and the dialogue was epic and legendary in it's bad factor.
Emi V (es) wrote: NEED TO SEE!!! URGENT!
Jay B (es) wrote: Is this really a Wes Craven film? Lol. Only visit this swamp if you are very into camp. I enjoy this kind of laughable, dribble for what it is, but I can't rate it any higher based on that.
Rosemarie S (es) wrote: good... Burt Lancaster was fantastic...
Steve W (us) wrote: People love Billy Wilder, and you can sense his touch in Ball of Fire. Eight sheltered and stuffy professors are making the world's greatest encyclopedia, but head Professor Bertram Potts needs to update his "slang" section. He crosses paths with a gangster's moll, and it unravels into a sweet and silly screwball comedy with just enough moxy to get along if you catch my drift. Cooper and Stanwyck sizzle with chemistry, for a very delightful film.
Jeffrey B (nl) wrote: A nice adaptation of the graphic novel of the same name. It's great to see Superman and Supergirl go up against Darkseid.
Carrieann S (it) wrote: I like Ethan Embry but how did he get top billing?!?!?
Gwen P (us) wrote: My family and I saw it and we enjoyed it, we then got it on DVD :-)
Guillaume H (fr) wrote: In terms of 90's nostalgia, its a really rich basket, but there's something fake about it, with a social critique that tries so hard, carried by very dramatic\ ironic teens and a lead ''outsider'' who's the very blueprint of an A-type. One of the movies best asset is the persistent weirdness of the tone; stack up enough of it and it pays off, sadly. Then there is the misty beauty of the pacific northwest, wich gives the whole movie its dreamy, wet and claustrophobic feel as it tries its very best to emulate the Twin peaks creepiness and norm-core false comfort. So this is in no way a classic but in its type it succeeds well enough, and its good memorabilia from a not-so-long-ago that looks older by the day.