Alps

Alps

A nurse, a paramedic, a gymnast and her coach offer a service for hire wherein they stand in for dead people by appointment, hired by relatives, friends or colleagues of the deceased, to assist with the grieving process.

A group of people start a business where they impersonate the recently deceased in order to help their clients through the grieving process. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Rastaman J (au) wrote: Always good to see anime!

jason h (br) wrote: not the best one of the series but reasonable enjoyable

Kieran G (ca) wrote: love DC animated films

Per Gunnar J (it) wrote: This is certainly not a great movie but it is definitely a decent ride nonetheless. It appears that some people dislike it and gives it one star reviews because it is not the "right" model of train and so on which is a bit unfair to say the least. Someone said that it was boring. Well if your idea of good movies are some Hollywood concoction where a decent script and decent acting is replaced with ridiculous special effects every five minutes then I guess you might feel that way.Personally I would say that this is a decent movie. Not great but decent. It is a low budget one so do not expect great special effects. This movie focuses more on the small group of rather different people trapped on the train and their behaviors and interactions. Regardless of what some people seem to think I think their performance was quite good. The weird business guy could be quite annoying at times though. In what is more typical for British movies than for American ones the suspense builds up rather slowly but I find it well done. I have to admit that this movie was one I just found in the program tableau and picked since there was not much else to watch that night and I did not really expect to be glued to the screen by it. It served its purpose quite well though and it was a good movie for a quiet evening in front of the TV.The thing that irked me the most of this movie was the shoddy ending. I have two gripes with the ending. One, which rather pissed me off, is that first the lead character cannot jump less than a meter since he hurt his leg but a few minutes later he can make a running start and leap out of a train. That is just so shoddy script writing. The other thing is that even at the end we never get to know anything about the villain. No motive, no nothing. The movie blurb talks about "...a dark plan for everyone aboard". That to me implies a bit more than what we actually got in this movie.Anyway, a decent enough movie for a quiet movie evening.

Yash B (ca) wrote: Focuses too much on relationships than the actual mystery. I just felt this was a forced TV movie.

Jennifer N Buck W (nl) wrote: Sheman woman haters! I guess morals evaporated from La

Hayden L (it) wrote: A surprisingly unique and original film. This film starts off as a nice political satire and then steers into darker territories. The film cleverly mixes comedy with political thriller which is startlingly unique and entirely unexpected. Lead actor Robin Williams plays his role with delicate grace and charisma and actress Linney does a nice job as computer geek Eleanor Green. This film steers into many surprisingly unexpected directions that it is simply amazing that actor Williams stars in this film. A nice and unique blend of film that is both funny and suspenseful, a truly enjoyable experience.

Mohammed A (au) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Jesse O (gb) wrote: I'm writing this review from Samsung Galaxy S6 (the one that doesn't blow up), so if the review ends up being a little shorter than usual, then that explains it. I don't think I'd have the patience to write my usual droning review on a device as small as my phone. Anyway, with that said, I wouldn't go so far as to say that this was a good horror movie, at least in the conventional sense. Particularly when you compare it to some of the really top notch indie horror movies that have come out this decade. This movie doesn't even come close to that. It was obvious that they weren't making a good horror movie as it relates to quality scares, acting and look. I do feel that they made exactly the film they wanted to make. And that was very much a silly, B-movie slasher with a really fun lead performance from Robert Englund. I don't think that Englund gets the credit he deserves as an actor, honestly. I'm not even saying that he's better than Lin Shaye, who plays his wife in this flick, and who I think is tremendous. I'm just saying that for someone who has spent, pretty much, his entire career in one genre, he's a pretty damn good actor. That he rarely ever gets to portray that isn't necessarily his fault, in part it is since he signs on to do these types of films. The point is that this guy is awesome in this movie. Thematically speaking, while this film is a remake of a 1964 splatter film named 2000 Maniacs, this has got a very interesting idea. You don't see many horror movies playing with the subject of north vs south, playing off of the Civil War and the confederacy. A group of northern tourists find their way to this town, straight out of the confederate states, complete with rebel flags displayed all over, as they celebrate this festival. What the tourists don't know, however, is that they are the food for this festival. Like I said, the movie plays with concepts of north vs south remnants from the civil war. Some southerners still hold a grudge to this day, despite none of them fighting in the war. Particularly nowadays, there's a certain superiority complex from some southerners. They feel as if they're better being from the south, in spite of its very horrific history. There's also an inferiority complex, since they feel people look down on them for one reason or another. This movie is obviously very tongue-in-cheek, but there's no denying that it plays into all of the redneck stereotypes we've come to know. Inbreeding, racism, animal fucking. You know all of them and the movie plays to those tropes in an entertaining fashion. Some people from the south might be upset, but it is what it is. A lot of those people like to talk about how being political correct is terrible, so they shouldn't be hypocrites. Take it for what it is, a goofy as fuck horror movie. The acting isn't great, with the exceptions of Robert and Lin Shaye, but it doesn't matter. It needed to be cheesy and that it did. The acting made me laugh more than once, so it got the job done for sure. The gore is actually pretty strong in that cheap, low-budget sort of way. It's over-the-top, so I feel that it works given what the film wanted to accomplish. The twist itself is basic horror fare. It didn't do much for me one way or the other. It would have bothered me if it meant that what I had watched didn't really mean anything, but the rednecks did kill all of the people that died. So at least it's not like they undo everything with the wave of a wand. The movie isn't perfect, but it wasn't designed to be. It was designed to be a corny little slasher that made you laugh for a while. And, in my opinion, it succeeded at that. Still won't say that this was a good horror movie, but I was entertained by it and it's the type of movie you can watch and enjoy with a group of friends.

Jake P (us) wrote: What a piece of rap movie. I remember liking this film when it was released but now watching it almost 20 years later and this time being an adult it's awful. Bad acting and bad story. It's just stupid.

David L (es) wrote: A sound tale blending samurai swords with fantasy, in a thoroughly enjoyable Asian adventure. Kai, a notable odd man out amongst ancient Japanese fighters may be different in his looks, but when it comes to fighting, his upbringing has put him right up their with the best. Despite being rejected by most of the clan, he and the emperors daughter are childhood sweethearts, with the emperor himself having raised Kai as his own. Unfortunately for him, when the emperor is forced to take his own life as a result of presumed treachery, Kai and the rest of the clan are banished from the village, with the evil Lord Kira and his shape shifting witch taking ownership. The rest of the story then revolves around the newly named '47 Ronin' taking revenge for this evil plot, with past grudges set aside, and Kai also recruited to help lead the way. With various beasts and baddies opposing them, it's very much like a dungeons and dragons type movie, or even like an Asian Lord of the Rings (just a lot shorter). It's relatively actioned packed and visually captivating with the only downfall being my struggle to familiarise oneself with the names and looks of the individual Asian army members. It's a case of not knowing who's died in battle and who's still fighting strong. The ending was very unpredictable and somewhat depressing but given this was apparently set in line with a true story, I guess they can't detract from the legend itself. It's a little bit of a hidden gem, with Keanu Reeves the only notable star amongst the cast, but with everyone else giving a top notch performance both verbally and in their physical form of using martial arts. Slated by critics, but praised by the general public, this may or not be your cup of Japanese tea, but there's no doubt it left me with a good taste in my mouth.

Kelly C (kr) wrote: I always loved this movie, mostly because it is a running movie and it reminds me of my dad in some ways. For sure a classic in my family!

Steven B (es) wrote: Too dark and plotcentric to be a worthy successor.

Callum B (ag) wrote: this is the only musical I find allright to watch.

Yelsew Z (gb) wrote: I really like how both cops worked together and how they greatly contrasted each other but also complimented each other. Carter is hilarious with a very witty and outspoken attitude that's just great. Chan is also really cool with all his martial art stunts throughout the movie. The only thing though is that there was an overabundance of cuss words throughout the movie. Other than that, its an overall fun movie and rightly deserves its title.

Christine F (kr) wrote: Entertaining at times I guess