This documentary explores the origin of the Nephilim and the activity of the Watchers (Archons) who produced them. How do the advancements of the 20th Century relate to an ancient prophecy ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Archon Invasion: 2045 and the Quest for Immortality
This documentary explores the origin of the Nephilim and the activity of the Watchers (Archons) who produced them...
- Stars:Rob Skiba,
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Dave J (ru) wrote: Wednesday, December 21, 2011 (2007) Species- The Awakening HORROR Straight-to-rental movie focuses on beautiful volumptious blond teenage girl who has a regular high paying job doing regular things, until her adopted father left her alone on her very first date, later forcing them to escape to Mexico to find a particular scientist. As the film progresses, she begins to understand about her true self who thought was originally human at first. I champion the idea of this flick with a host of new characters, set up and is somewhat unrelated to the first two "Species" films starring Natasha Henstridge, and thought this one is 'better' than the other ones since it relies most on chemistry and credibility amongst it's characters than it does with situation horror which dabbles a possible idea about mixing human blood with alien species DNA who can inhabit the same feelings as a human, but unaware about it's super capabilties. The other difference between the original "Species" films and this one is that this one can make you think while the original ones dwells too much on meaningingless gore. Low 3 out of 4
Deana P (gb) wrote: another one bites the dust!
Matt M (es) wrote: Two young men and a young woman with a passion to change the world have a habit of breaking in the homes of the rich to re organize their furniture. However, one of the break ins goes wrong and turns into a tension filled kidnapping which the three were totally unprepared for. The premise seems edgy and original with a unique portrayal of rebellion against society, but the film is filled with clichs and by the end it almost totally destroys what it apparently set out to achieve with some sloppy camera work an awkward plot development.
Stu G (ca) wrote: This film contains the greatest line in the history of cinema and nobody can ever tell me different.
Iain B (de) wrote: after an uncomfortable opening 20 mins i decided this wasn't for me. binned
Nate S (nl) wrote: Combine two of the worlds most horribly unbelievable actors in Cage and Parker, and you get one horribly unbelievable romantic comedy. The joke is on you, if you happen to sit through this one.
Tim S (mx) wrote: Great friggen' horror film from my heroes at Full Moon Entertainment, who in my opinion, were doing some of the best horror movies of the late 80's and on through the 90's.
Justin B (jp) wrote: Under appreciated classic.
Private U (mx) wrote: From 1972--not 2000--this is the best of the Convict Scorpion movies. Brutal and absolutely beautiful. I still love Meiko "Lady Snowblood" Kaji! ;-)
Michael R (es) wrote: GoldenEye has become a bonafide classic in relation to the other films within the Bond franchise, and that title is very much deserved. Great action mixed with a coherent plot of lies and espionage make this entry memorable, while Pierce Brosnan proves be a capable, suave and debonair version of James Bond.
Joan M (jp) wrote: Great little movie.....
Grant K (us) wrote: It's too violent for kids and doesn't quite know what tone to choose but it's too ambitious and too well shot to dismiss. An ambitious misfire that's still worth a watch.
Tanner B (gb) wrote: Sex, Lies, and Videotape (1989) C-100m. ??? 1/2 D: Steven Soderbergh. Peter Gallagher, Andie MacDowell, James Spader, Laura San Giacomo. Amazingly insightful look at four individuals and how each bring their own perspectives in complex sexual relationship. Impressive debut for video-snob Soderbergh has pitch-perfect performances and Oscar-nominated script by Soderbergh; brains outweigh heart, but the movie's so well put together and so riveting it's difficult to criticize. Spader won Best Actor for Cannes.