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Douglas L (fr) wrote: My 10yr old daughter loves this movie.
Ian C (mx) wrote: This had all the makings of a quality British crime thriller. A Hardnosed cop comes back from Hong Kong carrying some demons. His former manor is now infested with scum and it is up to him exterminate the filth. Tompkinson is great as Harrigan but he is let down by a really shit storyline.
Laura H (us) wrote: This movie is amazing!! And by the way, that Rotten Tomatoes audience percentage IS INCORRECT: if over 200 voters gave it on average a 4.4 out of 5 rating, no way does it have a 33% "liked it" score. Flixster needs to fix this. Thanks.
Evan K (gb) wrote: It's about as underwhelming as the book, so in that aspect I guess it was a pretty good adaptation. Radcliffe is good (as he is in everything he does nowadays), but the film, like the novel, never knows what it really wants to be and to its detriment is stuck between horror and an emotional relationship drama.
Adventure O (ag) wrote: Wow, did this movie suck. First half hour is a group of 20-somethings throwing a going away party for their friend, Rob. Lots of pointless chatter with hints of dynamics within the group. Beth, Ron's secret love interest leaves the party and goes home. In comes the monster - which looks like the love child of Alien and a flea. Said monster starts smashing up Manhattan. While trying to escape the area Rob decides to go back for Beth. Because everyone knows that when a monster the size of King Kong is wrecking the the city, people just hang out in their apartments, right? Actually, Beth really was at her apartment, impaled on a piece of rebar. When Rob & friends, minus a couple of friends, make it to Beths apartment, they pull her off the rebar and the group is off and running. Literally. In case you're interested, the herd got thinned when one died after being bit by the spawn of the alien/flea. Can't recall what happened to the other, but it doesn't matter because it wasn't Beth or Rob. Anyway, Rob, Beth and two other lucky survivors run around for a while and nearly get rescued in a military helicopter. But it crashes. Yet somehow the group survives. By this time I'm thinking to myself that when the alien gets done with Manhattan the only thing that will be left is Rob, his friends and roaches. But then the camera guy gets killed by the alien, leaving just the two love birds. Who get themselves killed by an explosion while hanging out under a bridge making a selfie. Which restored my faith in the natural selection process. This movie had very limited visual themes, consisting of a group of dumb people hanging out in someone's apartment and running through streets and buildings. The verbal themes were equally limited; excited party chatter, then Rob! Rob! Rob! Rob! Rob! and Aaaahhhhhhhh!!!!!This movie had a 4 star rating on my Roku. I can't imagine why....
brendan n (ru) wrote: the tv show is bad enough but this film is terrible. bad taste aside this has no story and the acting is shocking. the show may have its fans but for a movie this pushes the boundaries of bad taste and it just doesn't work
Marcus W (au) wrote: The juice is not worth the squeeze.
Chrystal B (ru) wrote: One of my favorites!
J S (jp) wrote: Great concept. Can't wait till I can find a copy of this to watch it again.
Greg R (jp) wrote: Killer Klowns From Outer Space..Best. Title. Ever. and this movie delivers what it promises, stupid, silly but creative, goofy fun.
Kevin T (ag) wrote: Captivating and creepy.
Jenn M (fr) wrote: It was cute. Its not as comedic as I had expected but it was still well done. I did quite enjoy the magic cigarettes lol. Never would have thought that a movie from the 30`s would be showing people getting high. This was quite a clever ploy though in order for the robber to escape unscathed.....getting the policeman and houseguests high.
Elijah B (it) wrote: Don't get the Kino copy unless you're just hell-bent on seeing the original english intertitles. The copy from EDITIONS FILMMUSEUM" has better print quality. It's also a longer edition, copied from the longest surviving print of the film, the German print. It features a piano score, possibly similiar, if not identitcal to the score performed by Donld Sosin on the Kino edition. Editions Filmmuseum is a region 2 disc, so you'll need a multiregion player, or a computer with a multiregion disc drive. I like this film much better than FOOLISH WIVES, but I would have to agree with Kevin Brownlow that Stroheim's work isn't as great as it should be, considering his films are all fragmentary.
Russell S (ag) wrote: Having watched this a few times I still haven't a clue what the ending is all about. Well made, nice idea, good performances but the unfathomable tieing together of the characters lives at the end just leaves me thinking "okay, so what?" Were I rating this on performances and basic idea only, I would have scored it higher but the story execution and ending left me not caring if I ever saw it again, thus 2 stars is the best I can do.The intriguing promise of the opening few minutes about coincidental happenings ultimately doesn't deliver a rewarding or particularly meaningful conclusion.
Rangan R (it) wrote: A small contribution by everyone matters a lot.The organism survives only if the surrounding environment favours. But it takes thousands of years of evolution to find its right place. Its existence is only to restore the balance in the nature as much as fast it can. Because the organism moves one place to another and help elements to meet one another which can't do themselves, in a result the reaction happen. The extinction happens when the balance between naturally existing elements and living organism was disturbed. The Earth has seen such five mass extinctions and now on the verge of sixth only because of one species, the man. There's no one in this universe to question his supremacy, but himself in the form of scientists, environmentalist et cetera. This documentary talks one of that small topic, analysing its root cause.From the Academy Award winning director for the documentary 'The Cove', once again, his focus came to bring the awareness about marine species that disappearing due to excessive hunting. From Japan's dolphin hunt to now the focus is on the Chinese's misbelief that causing animals like tigers, rhinos, marine animals to face the threat.In this film, the Oceanic Preservation Society followed the source to find how and where it all begins. Since it is related to marine life - shark fin and manta ray gill trade markets were the target. That leads the crew to travel all the way to Indonesia, where a small coastal village is one of the major supplier to the Chinese consumer."We have this illusion that it's the big things in the environment that count. But if you lose the small things... Everything else fails."For the Chinese population density, just think what might cause if they believe in something that is not right. Since the rise of China's middle class, they can offer anything from anywhere in the world. Because of this demand the rich in biodiversity like India, Africa, Indonesia is affected due to poaching and other illegal activities. What they need is proper scientific education about their misbelief. Make the Chinese immigrants to mingle with the rest of the world, not to live and die in their own den called 'China city'.I am not a Chinese hater, but their misbelief is outrageous, especially for their population strength, it is 5 to 10 times faster than what the rest of the world's misbelief causing threat. Every nation has its own negatives, today it is China, tomorrow it will be India and then United States followed by Europe and Africa. Now it is not only up to the world leaders, but every citizen has to care, even a small contribution means a lot. The recent Paris climate conference has brought only a small halt, especially on the natural resourcing, yet other similar fields have to come into the force in a similar treaty.The civilisation happened when human thought he does not fit with the natural habitat anymore for his excessive brain power and left it once for all behind other species by creating his own world alongside. Animal and plant farming is the way he discovered to cope with his hunger. But what we don't know is these farming is still occurring on the face of the earth that contributes whatever the changes the planet sees. But that does not it, overpopulation is another bigger issue. There are more consumers than farmers and farm products, thus leading us to go back to wild to hunt which is seriously causing imbalance in chemical and biological world."So, this is really the last line of defense, keeping animals that are extinct in the wild in a captive situation."Goats, sheeps, chickens never go extinct, not under the human watch. Because since the time of human came to exist, till now, these livestock animals' count exceeds more than any other species ever lived on the Earth, including human. You breed it immoderately and kill it immoderately, it does not matter till you're not affecting the natural inhabitant.My point is these animals need plants and if plants go extinct, the oxygen supply will be cut off leading global warming to the next mass extinction. So it needs to be balanced, which can be done by balancing daily our diet between meat and plant. When the demand automatically reduce, the restoration begins. Here the 'automatically' means in the hands of humanity.That's what this film is trying to say. Focusing on the marine was their prime intention, but the discussion led to many other sub-topics. Unlike the director's previous film, it did not stay on one issue, but kept rotating on the various subjects by revealing the causes and the solution. At some point it lost its track, and started to advertise a fancy stuff. But that is a major way getting the attention of today's people in the digital world. Whatever you might think of me, but the truth is I was heartbroken several times while watching this film and had tears. This film is not a masterpiece, that's why it did not get an Oscars nominee except for an original song, nevertheless the voice it raised against is a true commitment.Recently I stopped to visit zoos, the place I consider is a prison for animals who have committed no crimes. But in todays world situation, looks like the captive is the final line of defence. If there is a another world, people with much more vigilant about their natural world, I would definitely like to go for it. But earth is what we all have and we're failing to take care, when it comes time to run, you will have no place to go. Just look at the recent reports of pollution in the Chinese cities, it is what I had seen in movies like 'The Mist', 'The Road', is all coming true. The apocalypse is not too far from reality. Like in this film say, it is not too late to join hands for good.10/10
Terry G (de) wrote: Boo to the Russian ... well, all the judging critics here! This movie puts the gem in gemnastics! Quirky from top to bottom, with all the mortar made of love and ... bullpucky. Bucky Barnes is sexy.