Captain Nemo goes even deeper into insanity in this mesmerizing fantasy tale. Once again at the helm of his fearsome, wildly advanced vessel, the nautical madman endeavors to turn the world above the waves upside down. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
30,000 Leagues Under the Sea
Captain Nemo goes even deeper into insanity in this mesmerizing fantasy tale. Once again at the helm of his fearsome, wildly advanced vessel, the nautical madman endeavors to turn the world above the waves upside down.
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Chad D (br) wrote: Horribly low production quality hurts the few laughs that exist early on in FDR: American Badass!. You may laugh at its ridiculousness but other than that, there is no reason to put this movie on.
Andrei D (de) wrote: Are mai multa emotie reala intre un rocker si o fetita decat tot Life of Pi
Bas B (de) wrote: Petrolheads will love it! Men and their cars... :)
Rawballs B (au) wrote: There were flaws but still you can't notice them because of the acting of the leading actress, Kate Mara and the gentle flow of the story...
Brent B (au) wrote: Sounds like an interesting story.
Lee (it) wrote: A master demonic swordsman saves the life of a skilled samurai warrior hoping he'll be the one worthy enough to take his life in a duel to the death. This is the other half of the 'Duel Project' where two directors challenged eachother to make a film in a week using the theme of a battle to the death. I didn't quite enjoy this as much as '2LDK' but it's still a pretty good film. It's quite slow and talky early on, but the action when it gets going is pretty cool, nicely choreographed with exciting camera work.
Alex r (us) wrote: Major League 3: Back to the Minors is an awful, lacking film that just doesn't deliver a good entertaining hour and a half. For fans of the original film, and the second one, this thirds and final entry in the Major League trilogy is an uninspired film that has nothing going for it. The cast here just don't have any screen presence, and their performances feel forced, wooden and lazy. In terms of comedic material, this one just doesn't deliver anything funny. This film scraps the bottom of the barrel, and Major League only needed one sequel. This third film just shows that it's not necessarily a good idea to keep making sequels to great films. The second film was good, but this one just has nothing to grab your attention, and it fails to really make you with a cast that are dull. The script is poorly thought out, and it's a film that isn't funny whatsoever. The attempts at comedy are awful, and it just makes this film not worth your time. This is a bad film, one that you'll surely be disappointed with. Stick with the first two films, and don't even bother with this third film because the filmmakers clearly didn't care about the finished film, and the result is a pointless, lacking third film and it's a poor attempt at a fun comedy. This one just fails to entertain, and it's a shame because, it might have worked if the script would have been reworked many times before this film had gotten the green light. Don't go into this one expecting much, this is a poor comedy, and it is a waste of time.
Michael S (it) wrote: On the "good film" scale, it's just awful. But on the "entertainment" scale, it's amazing. It's so gloriously bad, it's hilarious. And that merits an extra 1/2 star in my book.
Rob A (mx) wrote: A great movie. I just wish it was not so fictionalized.
Greg W (ca) wrote: my second favorite but their 3rd studio pairing
Luc L (au) wrote: Crude and rude jokes in this cheap film.
Zach S (gb) wrote: I thought the first two movies were kinda fun, but this one was a drag. Nothing new to offer. At least it was short.
Alejandro E (br) wrote: A messy triangle of love with witty touches of humor.Good excuse to see the early efforts of Wes Anderson
Sean C (mx) wrote: A pointless celebration of boomer sexual and social values but at least it was not poorly done.
Sarah F (nl) wrote: i would like to see this
Greg W (ca) wrote: ok remake of the 1968 classic