When the demon god Loki destroys the fortress of Valhalla and steals the Hammer of Invincibility, only the young hero Thor can protect Earth from armageddon.
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Joshua P (gb) wrote: Watched on an Air Canada flight from Montreal to Vancouver. The film is a great morality play; it excites and energizes the audience. Despite the name, however, the film isn't primarily about Madoff, but instead about Markopolos' obsessive and possibly deranged obsession with the titular character. The film ultimately suggests that many people were in league with Madoff and didn't ask sufficient questions - it is here that the film offers a good jumping off point to enrage the viewer.
Thiago C (jp) wrote: Entertaining and nicely crafted
Private U (us) wrote: It brought tears to my eyes when he said goodbye...but at the end no matter how hard it is, letting go is always a wise option for sanity. Life goes on....
NOSNIMS W (ru) wrote: "death is the release of love""One. Don't be afraid of anyone. Now, can you imagine living your life afraid of no one? Two. Get a really good bullshit detector. And three. Three is be really, really tender. And with those three things, you don't need anything else."
Allan C (gb) wrote: Far from a perfect film, but "Highlander" has a lot to like about it; a strong cast (Christopher Lambert, Sean Connery and Clancy Brown as the villain), a bunch of songs and music by Queen, and most memorably, the film had a really strong story idea (immortal beings roaming the earth for centuries, with swords in hand, waging a secret war with one another to become "the one"). Where the film falls apart is with a muddled backstory, Connery inexplicably playing a Spaniard, and pretty much anytime the film veered away from action or revealing more more the Highlander mythology. Still despite it's faults, this is a solid modern day fantasy film that really does stand out as something unique and interesting. No sequels ever really lived up to this flawed original, but this might be a series worthy of a decent remake. And this film also reminded me of how good Lambert is onscreen. Too bad he only had a limited number of actually decent films.
Carlos I (ag) wrote: Another fantastic and gorgeous giallo from Argento. One can say that thematically there are some cheap tricks pulled, but it's for the purpose of style. And this movie is beautifully constructed. Up there with his best.
Michael T (it) wrote: Larry Cohen has a great imagination. He started out writing scripts (and helped create the 1960s cult Sci-Fi TV series THE INVADERS) before moving into the director's chair. The story behind how Q got made is as interesting as the film itself. Cohen was supposed to direct the 1981 adaptation of Mickey Spillane's I, THE JURY (the really bad one starring a miscast Armand Assante as Mike Hammer) but was replaced as the director by Richard Heffron (who?). So Cohen set out to make his own movie and came up with the idea of a ressurected Quetzacatl (Q), a large winged serpent worshiped by the ancient Mexican Toltec civilization, brought back to life in present-day (1982) New York. It has a very good cast, most notably Michael Moriarty as a failed Jazz-pianist and Junkie turned petty theif. This guy discover's Q's nest and offers to show the cops where the creature that has been snatching rooftop sunbathers and window washers for several weeks. A great mannered performance. Also good are David Carradine (as a cop), Richard Roundtree (as a fellow cop), and Candy Clark (as Moriarty's girlfriend). Its a great homage to old-fashioned creature-features updated to the early 1980s. The Q-FX are good but obviously stop-motion and the subplot about the ritual Toltec-style sacrifices bringing Q back to life is not as interesting as Q itself, but this is a thoroughly enjoyable film, way better than I, THE JURY (1981).
John B (nl) wrote: You gotta love Hitchcock to really enjoy!
Jessica (fr) wrote: I love this movie!!! The story keeps your attention the whols time. You can't get much better than that.
E L (kr) wrote: A little uneven, but fantastic swordfights.
danny d (kr) wrote: another brilliant film from the great kon ichikawa. fires of the plain deals with taboo subjetcs for japanese culture such as the surrender of soldiers in the time of war and cannabalism, but there is a sense of honesty and reality in the portrayal of these things. the camera work and acting were perfect, and although the story hit a wall for about 20 minutes in the middle, it picked back up and ended with excellence. beautiful anti-war film.
Amanda W (ag) wrote: If I were to say this film crashes and burns I'd still be wittier than anything in the movie.
Ingela A (ca) wrote: Even though it's not my kind of favorite films, it was worth to see. Gary Oldman is super and the rest of the actors does a very good job also. The film itself was a bit long and a bit boring (for me) and therefore I can only give it a 3 and 1/2....