2019: After the Fall of New York

2019: After the Fall of New York

After a nuclear war, society breaks down into two groups, the evil Euraks and the rebel Federation. A mercenary named Parsifal is hired by the Federation to infiltrate New York City, which is controlled by the Euraks, to rescue the only fertile woman left on Earth.

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Bu A (gb) wrote: Pluses: Cast and plot. Minuses: Lead male role is implausible after birthday party dragging down the entire script into predictable and unrealistic. Average: Everything else. The director and screenplay may have turned a life lesson into a slapstick farce. You will appreciate and enjoy the first 2/3 of the script, acting, direction, etc. Then, an alien takes over and the bottom falls out. I wished to have my hands on the script/screenplay from the birthday party onward. This great start ultimately bombed.

Matt R (ag) wrote: The sappy, social-gospel theology of the protagonists in this film provides weak answers to difficult questions of suffering and evil.

Tamara F (br) wrote: Touching and poignant film about a mother-daughter relationship. Strong themes of poverty and loneliness run through it - is a beautiful tale, both sad and heart-warming Again, I needed tissues!

Ben W (ag) wrote: Very funny, if they want something they will have it, caring for no-one but each other. Everything keeps going wrong for them but they are quick at getting themself out of it. Amust see

Dave R (nl) wrote: an interesting look at an obscure (to me anyway) historical figure. set in the late 1960s we see the events of valerie solanas's life that lead up to her shooting andy warhol and the aftermath.it was a little slow in some points for me - where the focus seemed to be playing up the decadence of the art scene in nyc at that time - but overall it was interesting enough to keep me entertained. lili taylor does a really good job portraying solana.

saoirse m (kr) wrote: HHHHHHHHHAAAAAAAAAA!!!!! THE FUCKING DISCOVERYYYY??? ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1 UGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH -_- !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Spencer G (ru) wrote: A message just as prescient today as it was in 1976. If only we were paying attention back then we might not be in the mess we're in now.

Amy D (ru) wrote: This movie can't decide if it wants to be high camp or a serious entry in vampire lore. Udo Kier is perfect as the ailing Dracula who needs "wirgin" blood to survive, but most of the film focuses on the soft-core romping of the two older sisters and the hunky gardener.

Anders A (nl) wrote: Set in France WWI, a general pushes a wounded-army towards a living hell. Purely fucking of it's own army, the result is horrible. Though the general denying his own fault, goes after his own soliders, through a faulty and unrightous military-court. Kirk Douglas has to defend his own men, putting up a class A performance.

Tom H (us) wrote: 11.08.2012: Great film on corruption and greed beneath the American dream. Provocative and thrilling plot.

Kevin M W (gb) wrote: While there's a war story here (snd the pros and cons of war on either side of the aisle are addressed, nodded to) Eastwood focuses instead on the slow pervasive addiction of warfare, how nothing compares to the adrenaline rush and how subtly it begins to creep under one's skin. Cooper solidly portrays a dude who's got it all under control, until he realizes that he doesn't. Good film.

Austin G (gb) wrote: Not the best movie ever, but Shooter is entertaining to a fault.

Devin R (us) wrote: I liked this! Don't care what anyone else says! Nice thriller where some clear thought went into the subject matter.

Christopher H (de) wrote: According to science fiction horror films, high school is one of the most unsafe places when it comes to invasions of any kind, alien or other. "Disturbing Behavior" is an interesting concept with a real life allegory at play; we all know teenagers can be unruly, so let's lobotomize them and make them robots. James Marsden plays the fish-out-of-water, Steve Clark, who steps into a new high school filled with the normal geek-jock-stoner separation. Led by Gavin (Nick Stahl) and Rachel (Katie Holmes), Steve isn't buying into Gavin's raving notions that the jocks are being controlled by a higher force. Of course it takes losing Gavin to the dark side to make Steve realize the error of his ways. Sadly, this film is outdone by fellow teen horror film "The Faculty" oddly of the same year, which uses "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" as its starting off material. With a much better cast and way tenser moments, "The Faculty" overcomes its teenager angst and became a cult classic, while "Disturbing Behavior" is somewhat forgettable. With a young Katie Holmes to drive it home and enough thrills to keep it watchable, the film will always be a reminder of 90's teen horror, but apart from that, falls to the wayside of much better examples.