Ben 10: Secret of the Omnitrix

Ben 10: Secret of the Omnitrix

After a battle in a power plant, Ben notices something strange is happening with the omnitrix, but doesn't tell anyone. Tetrax arrives, and tells them the omnitrix is broadcasting a self destruct signal. Tetrax and Ben go to find the creator of the omnitrix to fix the omnitrix before it destroys itself and the universe along with it. Gwen stows away to help her cousin.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2007
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:prison planet,  

When the Omnitrix is set to self destruct after a battle with Dr. Animo, Ben and Gwen must team up with Tetrax to find the watch's creator before it's too late. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Lenidas J (gb) wrote: The idea of ??"The ABCs of Death" is not bad, on the contrary. The idea might have actually worked in a 2 hour movie, but as we saw on the screen is really bad. As a film of 26 segments can say that there are some good and some bad, but in this movie about 80% of the segments and bad, poorly worked, a waste of money that could is in the hands of several families of Africa and no doubt an attack to good taste."The ABCs of Death" would be better spent on TV with a segment of at least 20 minutes, but the way we see. "M is for Miscarriage" anyone with a camera and red dye could repeat that thread and maybe it would be better than what we see on screen (BIG WASTE OF MONEY). "I is for the Ingrown" gives us a sense of emptiness, because it explains nothing of what we see on screen. "G is for Gravity" is even emptier than the previous one where not even an actor can be seen on the scene (MUCH BETTER SEE A VIDEO ON ANY INTERNET). "Would be F Fart" is a violation of horror films like " The Evil Dead ", I think this qualifies or segment with a black comedy. "L is for Libido" and "Y is for Young Buck" come to sound offensive by exposing young people to certain situations. These are examples of segments that do not work or work poorly and we give the impression that a boy twelve years old with a digital camera with the budget that the directors had managed to do something better.More segments are not all bad, bad, or regular. "D is for the Dogfigth" and an example of good use of cinematography and gives us the impression that this is not part of the film. The movements are perfect, the plot and clearly understandable, there was a good investment on the part of the director. "X is for XL" try conveying a message in the wrong way, but it failed in all one of the few segments that give a dose of suspense. "V is for vagitus" should have a movie solo, because the idea could be better crafted. This segment and the second makes us think we're seeing another movie.Well, if you want to laugh a little, have a little fright and feel sick with the twelve and twelve fake blood (because in certain scenes is clearly noticeable that the blood used and false, very false and FALSE) then go to the cinema and watch "The ABCs of Death", but have patience, because at times you will say exactly the theme of the segment "W is for the WTF!"

Joe A (ag) wrote: It's all about the action, there's ton of it, and mostly forced.

Li L (gb) wrote: One of the best movies I have ever seen!

Panta O (kr) wrote: I really wanted to see this one... but disappointment was huge after doing it! I think that this story and the way it was set up is more for comics than for a film. Freddie Prinze Jr., Jennifer Love Hewitt, Anne Bancroft, and Val Kilmer all lend their voices to this animated fantasy adventure set in a magical world divided by fear. The story about two duelling civilizations prepare to unleash the dogs of war could not keep me interested for a long time the way it was told... especially when it's up to one troubled adolescent and his unlikely friends to save their world from unspeakable destruction. It wasn't too bad as an idea , there was a lot of effort put in it, but the result was miserable... I am sorry to say, but my recommendation is to skip this one!

Alexander R (it) wrote: The acting is fine, the atmosphere great, but there's no punch to Dark Water; you'll never be genuinely scared, only mildly creep-ed out and uneasy.

Matthew J (ca) wrote: A sleazy flick starring a person who has nothing to do in the movies.

Ken S (jp) wrote: Bill Cosby stars as a Ghost Dad in this family comedy called "Ghost Dad" directed by Sydney Poitier. The premise is that Cosby is a Ghost Dad. That's really it actually. There a worn out Invisible Man gags, and some worn out Cosby humor that was better served in the early days of "The Cosby Show" and his stand-up...hell even in "Fat Albert". The movie is fast and loose is the rules of being a Ghost Dad...and it's schmaltzy family stuff is really weak. There are a few laughs in the film, but they are really few, and fairly far between.

N M (jp) wrote: It's funny how he turned her out in the film but in real life she turned him out but good.

Paul Z (br) wrote: Another Woman is a very good film because it is subtle. Gena Rowlands plays an ordinary person, a philosophy professor at a university, who decides to write a book in her free time. The turning point in the story comes when she begins to listen to psychiatric sessions next door to a small apartment she rents. What leads her there is nothing more than the scenario that loud construction has begun outside her initial office. As a philosophy professor, she comes to her own conclusions about the pregnant patient next door, played with the signature timidness of Mia Farrow, which she can't do much about. Yet the script is a portrait of the microcosm of Rowlands's life, how she is compelled by a completely unaware person to analyze and become more sensitive to it.Woody Allen does not fashion a psychologically challenging film of atonality and dissonant style. He creates a pervading mood of calm in which we welcome the subdued melodrama of Rowlands's life, an atmosphere wonderfully sustained by the simplistic, Venusian beauty of Satee's music. It's a movie that we can look to as a reflection of our weaknesses without the thick wall of pretentious intricacy and style many other directors would have cast upon it.Gena Rowlands plays Marion, the emotionally uncommunicative professor, with the timid charm and realistic companionship she brings to all of her films. As wife and regular of highly influential independent filmmaker John Cassavetes, she is not a film actress who takes anything short of juicy, substantial roles to which she brings a breezy comfort that comforting to watch.

Jose Luis M (br) wrote: La Revolucin Rusa contada a travs de la vida de John Reed activista norteamericano simpatizante del comunismo. Reds es una pelicula monumental dirigida con maestra por Warren Beatty.

Stuart K (mx) wrote: Directed by Jack Nicholson, who at the time of release, was maybe one of the biggest movie stars in the world. This was a small, personal film for him, a light hearted western comedy which could have seen Nicholson become an actor/director like Clint Eastwood. Instead it was a flop, and Nicholson rarely went behind the camera since, pity really. It has Nicholson as outlaw Henry Lloyd Moon, who is captured and sentenced to be hanged for bank robbery and the theft of horses and cattle. At his hanging, he pleads for a second chance, claiming he was a Civil War hero, and he is spared from hanging by Julia Tate (Mary Steenburgen, in her film debut), who says she'll marry him, when in actual fact, she needs him to work in a gold mine which is on her land. Set free, Henry goes to work with Julia, though he's not allowed to drink or cause trouble, Deputy Sheriff Towfield (Christopher Lloyd) and Deputy Hector (John Belushi) have a watchful eye on Henry. Also, Julia is a prudish virgin, who ignores Henry's boorish behaviour, while the search for gold seems hopeless, as it's the only hope Julia has of keeping her home and land. It does have some funny moments, and Nicholson does well as actor/director, it does tend to drag. Though it does have support from Danny DeVito, Veronica Cartwright and Ed Begley Jr., the whole enterprise feels a bit smug.

Michael O (mx) wrote: I respect Renoir greatly, the man's an artist, still, c'mon Jean Gabin as an on and off schizo killer? If the movie is going to be as bananas as the screenplay prescribes then Renoir needed to give this movie a bit of bombast and melodramatic weight. Instead there's this subtly dramatic pace that allows all of the films flaws to step out and say hey this is a ridiculous movie. I don't recommend it for much else other than lush black and white photography and some truly kinetic scenes of people riding on trains.

Chris S (es) wrote: I would like to see a real make! Not animated!