Studying under a disciple of Aleister Crowley, the leader of an upper class group invokes a supernatural force that slowly devours the village of Marienbad and its inhabitants, threatening to spread beyond its geographical limits. The mayor from the town nearby commissions the building of a dam which would flood the valley and therefore submerge the village forever sealing the evil force under water after leader and his followers were incapacitated to be kept from escaping. However, fate ensured the leader's freedom as he remained in the depths when the waters covered Marienbad. Now 40 years later an array of disappearances and deaths in mysterious circumstances are threatening the town next to the reservoir that now covers Marienbad.
Writer:Matthew Costello (novel), Mike Hostench (screenplay), Ángel Sala (screenplay)
In 1965, in Northern Spain, a dam will be built to bring progress to the location of Desbaria and the town of Marienbad is near to be completely flooded. Two boys, Teo and Luis, cross the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Deena M (ag) wrote: Eh, I always enjoy these. Wasn't as good as the others, but had some decent choreo
Pock P (fr) wrote: Same old tricks in a new setting. It is still mildly successful although the third time is not actually a charm. The 2 leads are pleasing to the eyes though. Not bad but not really good neither...
Jacob B (mx) wrote: Perhaps the best DC animated original movie, the darkness, emotion and thrill of Under the Red Hood proves itself to be much less of a kids film and more of a proper comic book film.A
James H (gb) wrote: Average mystery, it has that made for television look and feel. Tom Selleck is well cast and does a good job. Moderately interesting.
Mary M (fr) wrote: After a three hour nap on New Year's afternoon, we watched this documentary that evening. We learned some things about this radical, revolutionary group & about the times. Why had I not even heard of Fred Hampton? It was interesting to see how many of the places featured (San Quentin, the San Francisco Ferry Building & the houseboats at Sausalito) are w/in 20 miles of us.
Omar T (kr) wrote: this movie is awesome. but it's also weird. and stupid.
Cameron M (us) wrote: Beautifully made, and Diane Lane is extraordinary
Ryker B (it) wrote: good story line for a gay film but terrible ending
Andr D (au) wrote: "Nazarin" es la cumbre de la etapa mexicana de Luis Bunuel y un profundo comentario sobre la moral y los fundamentos del Cristianismo. Es una experiencia mistica que aleja al cine de la literatura y convierte al septimo arte en una forma de expresion artistica individual. No exagero... "Nazarin" es, como diria Jodorowsky, toda una experiencia mistica.
Blair K (fr) wrote: was expecting so much more from this one... it ultimately falls flat. the special effects are cheesy. the acting is so so except for emile hirsch.... he is the only one putting any effort in. it plays out like a syfy channel b-movie but considering it was a Hollywood done movie it never should of been greenlit!