1914: Milo Thatch, grandson of the great Thaddeus Thatch works in the boiler room of a museum. He knows that Atlantis was real, and he can get there if he has the mysterious Shephards journal, which can guide him to Atlantis. But he needs someone to fund a voyage. His employer thinks he's dotty, and refuses to fund any crazy idea. He returns home to his apartment and finds a woman there. She takes him to Preston B. Whitmore, an old friend of his Grandfathers. He gives him the shepherds journal, a submarine and a 5 star crew. They travel through the Atlantic ocean, face a large lobster called the Leviathan, and finally get to Atlantis. But does the Atlantis crew have a lust for discovery, or something else? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Ken L (de) wrote: Wasn't a fan since they changed a lot of the story & no Kyle Rayner or Martian manhunter :(
Christine B (us) wrote: This is a slow moving, southern road trip drama: with pretty scenery, some humour scattered here and there, and a slice of life story at its core. But what makes it better than I expected is, believe it or not, the rapport between Justin Timberlake and Jeff Bridges, and Justin Timberlake and Kate Mara. These three actors give solid, convincing performances (I'd watch Bridges in anything!) and the way they use their faces to convey emotion without even having to speak tells me they're in the right profession. Timberlake was surprisingly good and I'm not really a fan of his or Mary Steenburgen but she played the right notes with her part too and her reunion scene with Jeff Bridges brought a tear to my eye. Lyle Lovett shows up in a one scene cameo that made me wish he had more to do in the film. The Open Road is a lame title but the heart of the script is in the unfolding of its main characters' relationships and how they realize that they have little control over who they love and that they have to accept them for who they are or risk losing them altogether.
Jeremy B (fr) wrote: This movie could have been so good. It was a great idea. But it was not done very well... The main plot about finding dinosaurs was great. But the storyline followed / played out by the actors was pretty weak. And horrible ending.
Pam B (nl) wrote: Self-obsessed bullshit.
Zach G (ru) wrote: really great aussie flick here. definitely more than i expected; i was thinking it was going to be more of a post-incident drama but this ends up being pretty suspenseful at times; more of a thriller feel. i rated this so high because i thought brendan cowell's performance was way above par to most 'indie' films; his portrayal of a young cop with tinnitus was really something great. everything seemed spot on to me. though the ending might take the viewer a couple watches to understand, that's usually the point inherent in the film; thus the 4 1/2 stars.i did have some trouble with the thick aussie dialog though, but again, that IS the setting of the movie...
Camille S (nl) wrote: Definitely not Aish's best movie! The beginning was really boring and the dances were pretty bad. However, it got better in the middle. There are some funny parts and it is a little tear-jerker at times.
Joey C (nl) wrote: May writing this review take away some of the sting that comes with knowing I just wasted 3 hours of my life on a film thats it's unoriginality was only outshone by its budget.
Luiserghio M (nl) wrote: Es algo divertida, es la historia de una familia que tiene serios problemas mentales, muy muy serios, pero a la vez esta contada de una forma muy coloquial y no es larga asi que pasa muy rapido, lo mejor seria Shelley Winters, la cual da la dosis correcta de locura a este personaje, que esta escrido de una forma muy jugosa y Robert De Niro, que aunque tiene un muy pequeo personaje, es agradable verlo, en esta una de sus primeras peliculas, y Don Stroud.
Milton B (au) wrote: Never thought I'd pick a movie directed by Charles Vidor as one of my all time favorites. But this movie has an excellent screenplay and even better Doris Day playing maybe her only bitch role. She and Cagney are a perfect match as two people who just want to use each other. Not sure how much truth there is to the story of real life singer Ruth Etting. But that doesn't matter. Just enjoy watching Day and Cagney.
Steve G (us) wrote: The story line glamourizes James a bit but the acting is very good. Fun movie. Nice stunts for 1939.
matt v (gb) wrote: With a cast led by the charming Richard Gere, "Arbitrage" takes you on a roller coaster into one businessman's life as his world continues to collapse in on himself. With lie after lie being spun, Robert Miller watches as his life, his company and the futures of his family are put on the line as he tries to undo all the damage he has caused. Add a fatal car accident on top of it all and Robert Miller comes to realize he may not make it out unscathed. Richard Gere is fantastic as he uses the acting abilities for which he is so famous for. Susan Sarandon is astounding as ever though I wish we could have seen more of her character. I felt she was very underutilized. The storyline isn't bad but I felt it dragged on a little bit longer than it should have as well as it had some weak spots. Some parts were a bit confusing but you nevertheless get the whole picture. The dialogue is crisp and never dull. All in all, not a bad film. Definitely one to watch, but not really to buy and own.
Tara C (us) wrote: An interesting look at racism and corruption in the Los Angeles police force. Apparently Burnett was forced to tone down the anger and despair by the distributor. Ice Cube is cool, although he has a minor role.