Miles of twisting catacombs lie beneath the streets of Paris, the eternal home to countless souls. When a team of explorers ventures into the uncharted maze of bones, they uncover the dark secret that lies within this city of the dead. A journey into madness and terror, As Above, So Below reaches deep into the human psyche to reveal the personal demons that come back to haunt us all. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Ian W (es) wrote: Seeing as I am enjoying the TV series I decided to check this out. Clearly this serves as a rough draft and inspiration for Jurassic Park. Easily to see why this inspired the likes of The Terminator as well.
Panta O (de) wrote: Before watching the movie and looking at the bright yellow cover on the packaging, I thought it is just a happy, bubbly coming-of-age family comedy... how wrong I was! This Hallmark movie based on the book The Watsons Go to Birmingham by Christopher Paul Curtis is a movie which can fall into coming-of-age category or political drama or even a family drama, but will never fall into comedy! Directed by Kenny Leon and written by Caliope Brattlestreet and Stephen Glantz, it needs improvements on few different fronts - but some of the later powerful emotional scenes will make you forget most of the imperfections and faults seen in the first two thirds of the movie. The stars of this film had noticeable performances... Bryce Clyde Jenkins, Harrison Knight, Skai Jackson, Anika Noni Rose, Wood Harris and David Alan Grier included! The story is set in the Flint, Michigan during the summer of 1963, in the Wattsons "All American Family" made up of Daniel and Wilona Watson, (Harris and Rose) and their three kids, 15 year-old juvenile delinquent Byron (Knight), nerdy 11 year-old Kenny (Jenkins) and eight year-old adorable sister Joetta (Jackson). When the oldest son Byron goes over the top with his behviour, his parents decide the family needs a dose of Grandma Sands (Richardson) no nonsense approach in Birmingham, Alabama... Because the movie covers the period of time which happens when Alabama was in the midst of the civil rights struggle, this warm, relatable family drama will revive the civil rights era on the screen where there is not much beauty! Scenes of period-accurate racism and discrimination could be disturbing to some viewers and parents should know that the Birmingham church bombing in which four girls lost their lives, is depicted, and one main character nearly loses her life. My verdict is - Surprisingly good.
Mike V (ag) wrote: I enjoyed these small vignettes of ordinary Australians facing challenges and turns. Full of quirks and twists, this movie manages to keep the viewer guessing and pondering.
Jillian S (br) wrote: cute romantic comedy. very predictable but I enjoyed it still.
Rafi A (de) wrote: Another proof that only Indie movies work in Bangladesh... However Monpura was unique and innovative inspiration for Bangla movies for the future: the songs were awesome; they made my favorites list in my iPod, and seriously a challenge for the popular Bollywood flicks by the neighbors!Well done, Gias Selim, for making us believe in classic Bangla romance, in a totally modern choreography!! 5 stars!!
Christophe C (nl) wrote: On navigue au milieu d'un univers bizarre o on ne sait plus bien o est l'enqute et o est la maladie mental. Le film est franchement excelent. Dussollier est super. La ralisation pas mal, la photo pas top mais pas mal. Encore un bon film franais. Ca fait plaisir quand mme.
Dustin G (jp) wrote: Seeing this for the first time in 2005, I was junior in High School. At the time I had just left the punk scene, and when I say what was the so-called punk scene at the time, it was comprised of punks who listened to 3 of the same bands. I was more of a pioneer of hearing everything possible, so when I viewed Punk Attitude on the IFC channel more that 6 years ago, my life would change forever. This film has a lot of heart, it's Don Letts's love letter to an important time and how this reoccurring spirit of punk rock has always existed and bloomed in the 1970s to make its prominent mark as a huge cultural impact in history. Although it primarly leads up to focus on the 1970s punk scene, the film covers such a vast amount of essential punk history as far back as even to the 1950s and boomerangs to cover even today's times. With interviews with great pioneers, historians, and bands of the genre (ie: Henry Rollins, Jello Biafra Mick Jones, and Jim Jarmusch), and the amount of coverage of the sub-genres that exploded from the initial explosion of punk. All in all, see this fuckin' movie. It'll educate you, entertain you, and most importantly, inspire you.
Jacob S (au) wrote: Annette Bening is perfect.
Private U (de) wrote: This is a movie with no boring nonsense in the beginning, and no long uninteresting scenes. I wish there would be a sequel to this movie.
Jo S (it) wrote: Not many people like this film but I do. Richard Mulligan is fun to watch.
Janet N (ag) wrote: It's Sam Elliott as his hunkiest in a cheesy 70's Southern California flick......what more do you need?
Frieda K (us) wrote: OMG What a really bad film
Adam D (ag) wrote: If you like classic Disney, this film serves.
Todd P (it) wrote: hmm. Good job Larry Cohen! How could you come up with such a great storyline?!
Robert D (it) wrote: A brilliantly done drama of a young Irishwoman torn between her own country and New York. I watched this during the Trump inauguration to get my mind off current events.