30 Days Of Night: Dark Days

30 Days Of Night: Dark Days

After surviving the incidents in Barrow, Alaska, Stella Olemaun relocates to Los Angeles, where she intentionally attracts the attention of the local vampire population in order to avenge the death of her husband, Eben.

A year after the Alaskan town of Barrow';s population was decimated by vampires during its annual month-long polar night, Stella Oleson travels the world trying to convince others that vampires exist. She is fully aware of the risk to the life that her work could bring, but does not care due to her grief over the death of her husband Eben. With nothing remaining to live for, and nothing left to fear, Stella joins their mission and ventures into the uncharted underbelly of Los Angeles where she pushes herself to the most extreme limits to stop the evil from striking again. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mohamed H (nl) wrote: -Nanban-Directed by shankarWhy him???"intha padatha edukka Shankar thevaye illa 'Perarasu' ve podhum""""""""If you want to remake a film...1st thing.., you must be highly inspired with the script(movie)That inspiration will reflect in the excellence of making(remaking) that film.. i.eto show in much more exclusive & interesting than the Original"""""""""The cast wasn't bad entirely...>>Jiva outperformed his character...and offcourse srikanth did't match up to MADDY bt he was also convincing!!>>Sathyaraj failed or lost his character by imitating boman irani!&>>VIJAY almost tried aamir's expressions in every scene & failed miserably!!Not only him... Each and every body on screen just imitated the character portrayed in 3 idiots, not acted!! :)>>See acting is a thing one delivers for a particular situation given but not copying others work just for the fact that it is a re-make!!"""""""when i saw the original i never saw aamir khan....all i saw on screen was Rancho(the character).....in this all i saw was Vijay, vijay and more VIJAY (and don't even ask about the annoying close up for the 1st half)What were they thinking casting a dim wit actor to play Chatur.....lame.....that guy cudn't even say the machine definition in one breath it took 5 minutes for him to finish it.Shankar used DOLLY ZOOM thats right not for the emotional or life changing decision scenes but for a scene showing 'Silencer' shocked on hearing Vijay's monologue.....that one scene put me off entirely....Specially,,it was used entirely in order to highlight VIJAY speaking english!!"""""""""-I entirely blame SHANKAR!!Yes he failed!And more importantly!!Harris should be banned from Industry!!he is just irritating...with his so called MUSIC~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~>>Comical Note<

Dan J (jp) wrote: Even though this is a very simple film I enjoyed it very much.

Damon R (kr) wrote: This is part of our American history, not just African-American history, but American history period. Spike Lee really outdid himself with this WWII movie that should have been told earlier. One of Spike Lee's best movies ever made. In fact, it's one of the best war movies ever made period. I got the book the movie is based on.

Tommy D (ca) wrote: Inspiring and heart-warming, this movie features a great performance from Ryan Gosling (who was nominated for the oscar that year). With its powerful romantic sides as well as its dark sides this story can really touch you deep inside.

Paloma S (de) wrote: "What is the meaning of seeing or not seeing in a world saturated by images?"

H C (kr) wrote: ohh i loved those landscapes. i'd live there too for the rest of my life *

Ryan W (us) wrote: Fucking hilarious. Nuff said

Allan C (ca) wrote: A quality of production of the worst quality of a Z-grade script. This script seemed like something out of a cheesy 1960s Roger Corman production. The film might as well have had a gorilla in a diving helmet with a bubble machine outside Bronson Cave. It's disappointing that such a good cast (Michael Madsen, Ben Kingsley, Alfred Molina, Forest Whitaker, Marg Helgenberger, Natasha Henstridge in her film debut and Michelle Williams as Young Sil) and such good talent behind the camera (director Roger Donaldson, composer Christopher Young, director of photography Andrzej Bartkowiak and creature designs by H.R. Geiger) wasted on such a lame script. The story I suppose is serviceable though pretty insipid, about a dangerous alien creature in the body of a beautiful lady who escapes and needs to be tracked down before she mates. What really kills the film is terrible dialogue, the lack of interesting characters, and the many, many gaps in logic.

Harry W (jp) wrote: The Comedic antics of Bill Cosby are the only reason to watch Ghost Dad, but the minimal amount of them provides few laughs.

Jeffrey M (fr) wrote: Charles Bronson is awesome in this film, a great suspense thriller film.

Andy B (de) wrote: 87 was a good year for indies-great cast. weird cool mystery

Jussi M (br) wrote: Outo mutta samalla omituisella tavalla kiehtova. Kpiit ja heliumia. En tied kytettiink tss kpiit hyvksi... Meno oli kyll todella himmeet. Tm leffa vaan pit nhd uskoakseen. Ei tt kyll toista kertaa viitsi katsoa.

Sebastian T (ru) wrote: Perfect acting, perfect ambientation, perfect dialogues, Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro in its best moment. A must-see cult movie.

Aaron V (mx) wrote: Paper Towns is an ok film. I was still disappointed at this film because of the ending SPOILERS!!! In the end when Quinten finally finds Margo. Margo says she doesn't want to go back? That's what we've been waiting 2 hours for? Are you kidding me? The ending was awful. And don't even get me started on the pee joke that they make in the film. Overall I think paper towns is a film to rent but not buy.