30 Days to Die

30 Days to Die

A group of girls trapped in an institution suffer the wrath of a serial killer on the loose. This campy thriller pays homage to Friday the 13th.

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Ivor K (jp) wrote: I had hoped that After Earth actually has some positives but sadly no. It is hilarious at times though, watching Smith & Son make right royal arses of themselves. But Smith senior's semi-comatose "shopping list" dialogue and Smith junior's whinny snivelling do grate on the nerves after a while. And conflating fatherhood with the domineering control of a military martinet is painful. As is watching the hapless sprog, sent out on a near suicide mission, being knocked from pillar to post by the local fauna (mind you, Top Cat & co. would prove a challenge). Bad Sci Fi can be redeemed by great special effects, alas I've seen scarier things watching Doctor Who back in the 80's. Will Smith became Won't Smith in this stinker.

Dina A (mx) wrote: was laughing the whole time! !

Sterlin R (us) wrote: Though I'm a few years late to this movie, I've gotta admit that it was pretty awesome to watch the Hulk vs Wolverine half of it. Hulk vs Thor just didn't do it for me, as I sat through the majority of it with my fist buried into my jaw, waiting for things to get good. I mean, it definitely had a good narrative, but it felt so bright and soft compared to Hulk vs Wolverine.

mandy m (au) wrote: This is a porn film, dont be fooled by the comedy aspect, its not funny at all, just another marketing ploy to push pornography in the face of people who are not expecting it.

Kevin E (us) wrote: Imported this three years ago and I have not regretted it, some of the best jump moments i've seen in years. The Tartan Asia Extreme label just released it in the US so pick it up

Avid C (fr) wrote: In Good Company is about the new guard taking over the old guard. It's also a very muted confrontation of generations, and a light family movie. Part of it is a romantic comedy, part of it is a caricature of the corporate world, and how it's all based on relationships.Dennis Quaid, Topher Grace, Scarlett Johansson and Marg Helgenberger are perfectly cast for their role. Their acting is right on the mark, and feel very real, natural, smooth. The rest of the cast does a pretty good performance for a great result.The photography is soft, the scenario very interesting, and poignant. The editing and soundtrack are just what is needed. Nothing bad to say about anything, really.If you're looking for even tempered, but still sentimental film without action, this is it.

Jeff B (de) wrote: Vanya on 42nd Street **** 1/2 / ***** Excellent final film of Louis Malle's that re-teamed him with Andre Gregory and Wallace Shawn. It's basically a filmed stage performance of the Chekhov play Uncle Vanya, but it's cleverly done. The entire cast is amazing, I was about to single out someone, but then I realized I'd be mentioning every performer. Before seeing this I didn't realize how this film was filmed, so when the actual play started I didn't even realize it had started, I thought the actors were just talking to each other. It's extremely intriguing and fascinating, a wonderful film.

Holly F (it) wrote: Sexy! What's not to love about this action packed scantilly clad guy and gals? Loveable characters, great scenes.

Allyson H (ag) wrote: i really didn't get this movie, i didn't think it was funny at all

Les B (ru) wrote: Nothing could save this flick from a bad script. It's all about cleverness. The two protagonists whip out one cleverism after another till they wilt. Plus, the cleverisms are not so clever as just silly. The movie tries too hard to be clever and it gets tiring.Other elements besides the script are ok, but really it's hard to tell with such amateurish writing.

Richard S (fr) wrote: 3 stars, +1/2 just for Sara Fabel.