A group of people converge on a barren Arctic island. They have their reasons for being there but when a series of mysterious accidents and murders take place, a whole lot of darker motives become apparent. Could the fortune in buried Nazi gold be the key to the mystery? Donald Sutherland and Vanessa Redgrave investigate
- Stars:Donald Sutherland, Vanessa Redgrave, Richard Widmark, Christopher Lee, Barbara Parkins, Lloyd Bridges, Lawrence Dane, Patricia Collins, Michael J. Reynolds, Nicholas Cortland, August Schellenberg, Candace O'Connor, Joseph Golland, Bruce Greenwood, Richard Wren,
- Country:Canada, UK, USA
- Director:Don Sharp,
- Writer:David Butler (screenplay), Don Sharp (screenplay), Murray Smith (additional material), Alistair MacLean (based on the novel by)
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Bear Island torrent reviews
(au) wrote: Um...believe me or not, this film about a psychokinetic killer tire is actually a highly intelligent and absurdly funny commentary on the current state of the relationship between audience, film makers and the film medium itself and a meditation on the artificiality of movies, constantly breaking the fourth wall in the process. It is deliberately (and to me, awesomely) absurd and alienating to that end- but all that might be hard to stomache for some, and if that happens, all that is left are pretty good effects and cinematography that manage to give a tire as much depth as a tire can have, with everything else being just decent. I personally, however, love absurdity, so, to me, Rubber was a delight in how refreshingly unique, smart and plain enjoyable it was- but I'll concede it's DEFINITELY not for everyone.
(mx) wrote: koda, e Talianov nehrali Taliani :(
(us) wrote: great documentary. i like how it' based on all the viewpoints of each member of the team and not just lebron.
(gb) wrote: Brutal and realistic. A lot better than the Hollywood version 'Rendition'
(de) wrote: Glad to see that the English people finally accepted that they like Germans LOL
(ca) wrote: not good allrigth but not my thing
(au) wrote: Stupid . What is with all the flashbacks!!!!!!!!! Christopher Lambert is simply just weird in this film. I loved the first Highlander I even thought the 2nd and 3rd were ok. This has just got silly now. Please stop!
(de) wrote: Ghostbusters was an original blockbuster. The epitome of Ackroyd-Murray-Ramis (and Moranis) films, it ranks up there with Blues Brothers, Stripes and Caddyshack. Seemingly a little dated by today's standards, this film was a worldwide phenomenon of the '80s. Unfortunately, its sequels' quality deteriorated quickly like so many other original blockbusters such as "Back To The Future", "Jaws", etc. This movie was built upon a box office winning formula that was repeated throughout the careers of the above-noted actors. Ony Ackroyd and Murray were able to break out of the stereotypes that made them famous, as they became older, as demonstrated in "Driving Miss Daisy" and "Lost In Translation", respectively.
(us) wrote: I just like seeing Michael J Fox getting shanked in the cafeteria.
(jp) wrote: interesting but somehow
(ru) wrote: Nuclear war causes society's morals to disentegrate quickly. It's a post apocolyptic world in "year zero" when everyone is still supposed to be civilized. Lots of looting and raping. Fathers teaching their sons to use guns to their advantage - gas stations raising their prices to $3 a gallon. Regular folk turning on their neighbors. Hooligans kidnapping girls for their sex slaves. And Frankie Avalon in the middle of all of it. It was really interesting to see 1962's take on moral disentegration. But the film is primed to run through MST3K's grinder.