Atomic Journeys: Welcome to Ground Zero
A tour of U.S. atomic test sites in Nevada, New Mexico, Colorado, Mississippi, and Alaska.
- Stars:William Shatner,
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Chris F (gb) wrote: This film is haunting, beautiful and sad. A Woman who was a brilliant artist lived her life alone and did not get the fame she deserved until after death.
Eddie G (ca) wrote: like most of religios movie story sux, well do they really belive to those miracles or its jsut for movie, if they do,,, i find this religion very silly, anyway, movie as movie ain't greatest, acting so so, narrations are to me anoying, and dunno sux
Carlos M (kr) wrote: Even if not original and proving to be a wearing experience, this visceral film deserves credit for being almost without dialogue - and Gallo does a good job as a desperate man struggling for survival in an inhospitable place, while the locations highlight well his isolation.
Tiffany F (gb) wrote: Haha, very funny!.....NOT! The story is very good but that's about it. It's boring throughout the entire film except for about 10-15 minutes. Really, the actors are okay not really a Cuba fan but I like a couple of his movies. The ending, what's up with that. It's the worst and best part about the movie. Unexciting job done
ceann b (nl) wrote: Strange and surrealistic black humor witch works best on dvd as a nachspiel movie... I liked it, i'll give it 4/6 because it's kinda' original and the actors play well and the whole easter bunny business fits in the "reality" despite it's totally unrealistic... funny, too...
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Aj V (de) wrote: A gritty, realistic, sort of depressing movie, but if you like those kinds of dramas, it's really good. I think it was a good movie.
amanda a (gb) wrote: they're falling s-l-o-w-l-y
Del H (jp) wrote: Minimalist filmmaking captures much more than it normally does in Jim Jarmusch's 1991 film, a look at five different people getting five different cab rides with five different cab drivers in five different cities. Some of them learn something, some of them commit unintentional murder, some barely accomplish anything, but what all these stories have in common is pure humanity, some good, some bad, some comical. Jarmusch accomplishes a panorama of human nature through a common motif (taxi cabs) and does this with wit, drama, and sheer oddness. Interesting and worth the effort.
Raji K (mx) wrote: Billy Crystal and Danny Devito star in the black comedy Throw Mamma from the Train. Billy Crystal is Larry, a writer who is having a case of writer's block, and blames it on his ex-wife who stole the credit for his book which is a hit. He teaches a course on writing, and encounters Owen (Devito). Larry is a terrible writer and constantly consults Larry for advice on how to improve his writing. As the two continue to get to know each other, they both discover that they both hate a woman in their life and this is what they have the most in common. Owen eventually believes that Larry wants him to murder his wife, and in return Larry will murder Owen's mother who drives him crazy. When Larry's wife does wind up dead, Larry is in a panic as he is sure he will become the prime suspect. Owen insists he performed the murder, and asks Larry to return the favor and his end of the bargain. The comedy ensues as Larry goes paranoid trying to avoid the police and the constant attempts Owen has trying to convince Larry to murder his mother. Throw Mamma from the Train is definitely a black comedy and for a 1987 picture it was probably unique and somewhat ahead of its time. The film is a parody of Hitchcock's Stranger on a Train, and a scene from this movie is a driving force behind the plot. Devito as Owen comes off too normal to believe that Larry would really want him to kill his wife in exchange for Larry killing his mother. Crystal's comedic antics are mostly antiquated and not nearly as funny as the movie seems to believe they are. Anne Ramsey earned an Oscar nomination for best supporting actress and it is warranted. Her performance makes you root for the characters to actually kill her, which really helps drive the story. Devito's directorial debut is noted, as the film's style matches the intent of the film. Overall Throw Mamma from the Train really is only for those who love the two actors, or are a huge fan of black comedies. -11.4.2016
Justin G (au) wrote: I have hairpiece on my head
Thomas P (mx) wrote: It would be better without the moralising, but still very good.
Kevin M W (kr) wrote: A mostly forgotten gem from 1965 this comedy operates under the seductive fantasy that no man ever really wants to be married. After one drunken night's revelry Lemmon awakes to discover he's slipped up ... and did it, got married (to Verna Lisi! Zowie!). Now what?Is there any way out of it??? More cute than laff-out-loud funny it does carry more than a few good bits. It's fun cute.
Keira R (ag) wrote: Leslie Caron was adorable in this, as was Maurice Chevalier. Colorfully vivid, it reminds me a bit of "My Fair Lady." Enjoyed the great classic numbers like "Thank heaven for little girls" & "The Night they Invented Champagne," I wish it wasn't so obvious their voices were dubbed. It takes away from the scene, but then again, it was 1958. Very grand, very majestic, very 'old Hollywood.' And a young Leslie Caron has a strong resemblance to Evangeline Lilly. Go figure. Also enjoyed the moment Gaston realized he loved Gigi...awwww!!!
Paul M (au) wrote: Wonderful film...Irene Dunne is brilliant in the lead role.
faisal s (de) wrote: Trailer was intriguing but movie disappointing.
Kevin C (gb) wrote: I thought this was fantastic. The little things that go on inside a campaign are wonderfully captured and feel really natural as if the cameras are invisible. James Carville is really the star of the show.