Berkeley in the Sixties
A documentary about militant student political activity at the University of California, Berkeley in the 1960s.
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Mark K (fr) wrote: A very surprising treat.
Thomas D (jp) wrote: Why I chose to sit through this series? I'm still not sure. But I do know one thing, this series provides nothing more than some blood, guts, and an occasional cringe worthy romance.'Rise of the Lycans' is the first and only in the franchise to not star Kate Beckinsale, though they tried their hardest to make it seem like she's in by putting a lookalike actress, Rhona Mitra, front and center. Their characters wear similar clothes and have similar makeup and characteristics. Only Mitra's character, Sonja, is poorly written and adds nothing new to the lore of this series. Really, this entire film can be described this way. It was the shortest film, until 'Awakening', and by far the thinnest in depth.Rotten Tomatoes sums it up as being indistinguishable and unnecessary. That just about defines this film to a pulp. We already had flashbacks and a brief history lesson in the previous film to the war between Werewolves & Vampires, and already exposed to how Viktor fits into the grand scheme of things. So, was there any need to make this film instead of a continuation with Selene and Michael? Absolutely not. To be fair, I think Michael Sheen's performance makes the film worth watching. The writing takes his character in a Romeo & Juliet direction with Sonja, Viktor's daughter, but Sheen easily outperforms everyone. And yes, that includes Bill Nighy's once again over-the-top turn as Viktor.The reality is, this series has perhaps never tried to be anything more than a guilty pleasure for the blockbuster genre. There's some solid action, a well-realized performance from Michael Sheen, and a short running time. Okay, perhaps the latter shouldn't be a compliment for a movie, but I guess that's what Underworld gives us.+Sheen-Adds virtually nothing to the series-Rehash of material-Nighy is once again over-the-top-Another pointless romance4.2/10
Daniel C (nl) wrote: It will never compare to the Original. Never.
scott g (ag) wrote: It dident come across well for me, although underneath it all was a interesting premise involving love and taking care of a jellyfish in modern tokyo, but it always went away from that and into other directions, even though coming back to it in some way. the film at times played on boredome
Brendan R (ru) wrote: My problem with this movie is art. People rave about what a genius the artists are, but it is so open to interpretation. Seeing the art in the movie I didn't really notice any genius to it. Which made me care less about the character. I found his tragedy no more moving than many I've seen.
Sana A (gb) wrote: one of srk's best movies
Ian C (br) wrote: the legend that is seagal at his best, the fight scene in the bar is the greatest moment in the history of cinema
Yolanda M (it) wrote: A beautifully touching movie that has stayed with me for decades
Jesse S (ru) wrote: One of the best 90's movie of all time.
Duane B (kr) wrote: 'Is She or isn't she?; This Stars Dennis Hopper and was directed by Curtis Harrington who brought us 'Picnic'. The film is B&W and the cinematography is so cool. THe film reminds me of a Fellini film. I kept wondering what Fellini would do with this! Very few directors can get this close to him and pull it off. Dennis Hopper is, well, Dennis Hopper but he brings a certain innocence to this story that you don't often see in his films. It's worth watching if you can find it!