Beyond the Black Rainbow

Beyond the Black Rainbow

Deep within the mysterious Arboria Institute, a disturbed and beautiful girl is held captive by a doctor in search of inner peace. Her mind controlled by a sinister technology. Silently, she waits for her next session with deranged therapist Dr. Barry Nyle. If she hopes to escape, she must journey through the darkest reaches of The Institute, but Nyle wonʼt easily part with his most gifted and dangerous creation.

Set in the strange and oppressive emotional landscape of the year 1983, the movie follows a heavily sedated woman with ESP as she tries to escape from the secluded commune where she's been held captive. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Mary M (gb) wrote: whether you like the doc or not you'll not forget the footage from Afghanistan its worth watching just to see, for me it was hard to imagine during that summer what I was doing and what was going on there, you forget that in your everyday life.

Sebastian F (us) wrote: I find this film hilarious, and the cast are brilliant. So over-critiscised !!

Dusty L (ca) wrote: 53% on my Tomatometer.

Isaac C (br) wrote: Finally! A true sequel that actually has something to do with the original plot line

Gabriel J (es) wrote: Kevin Smith shows us content is the key to creating an excellent film over quality, through a modest budget. With an amazing cast and 'down to earth' dialogue he captures a hilarious movie that deserves to be my #1 Comedy choice.

Stephen W (us) wrote: i bought it on dvd cos i heard how good the ending is. never get that far, boring.

Kevin H (us) wrote: Absolutely thrilling action piece with Lee Marvin and Gene Hackman right on top of their games. A great story, awesome photography and some kick-ass chase scenes (including one with a combine) make this picture a definite must-see. Watch for a great Sissy Spacek in her first role. Totally worth the watch, go find it NOW!!!

Abdulrahman H (kr) wrote: A very rare gem for an animated movie.I loved it sooo much when I first saw it. Highly, highly entertaining and has a magical feel to it. Amazing animation, amazing story, amazing voice acting.Such a wonderful movie that's rare to find these days.Score: 9.7/10 (Amazing).

Dan S (us) wrote: A fast-paced, dialogue-driven, well-constructed little film about the immorality of our times, specifically playboy Roger (Campbell Scott) and how he decides to give his 16-year old nephew (Jesse Eisenberg) in town a crash course in how to get laid after his nephew asks for his help. It is at times a little unbelievable, but still irrefutably fascinating despite its shortcomings and uneven pacing. This is mostly due to Scott's powerhouse performance as a man stripped of any conceivable morals, which serves as a fascinating though depressing study of sex and its agonizing grip on some individuals lives. Eisenberg is also fantastic playing the insecure, virgin character he and Michael Cera have made a living off of for a little over a decade now. It is explicit, sometimes a little full of itself, and sometimes lacking some editing, but is is nevertheless a successful, memorable look on the lack of morality in our culture.

E L (gb) wrote: Not a patch on the classic oldies but entertaining enough.

John M (kr) wrote: Turned the animation industry on its head. So like many kids in suburbia, Andy has a lot of toys. Unbeknownst to him, they actually come to life when he is not around and go on adventures of their own. His cowboy named Woody (Tom Hanks) is very comfortable being Andy's favorite toy, but his world is in for a shake up when Andy gets a cool new astronaut toy, a Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen), as a birthday gift. What can I say about this movie that hasn't been said before? It was the very first movie from Pixar and it showed everything that they are capable of, being the very first feature length computer animated film. Animation has come leaps and bounds over the last two decades, and there are a couple of renderings that are a little rough around the edges, given the technological limitations of 1995, but the movie itself still holds up in the best way possible. The reason why that this movie (and this series, for that matter) has such strong legs to stand on is because the writing is so good. Many people probably forget that Joss Whedon has a writing credit on this for the screenplay, and even though it is toys that we are talking about, it is a very human story. How could you not relate to a tale that is about being forced out as a favorite, or a fish out of water, trying to figure out how he fits in? Sure, there are motivations present that are selfish, but that's what makes it so identifiable, and that really helps to bolster the character arcs when you get to that third act. Hanks and Allen are perfect voices for their respective roles, and there are many creative stunts that they pull off in this world filled with toys. It is nice and short, and when you subtract end credits, this only takes you about 75 minutes to watch. The original score done by Randy Newman is iconic, and I don't think there is a person out there who won't start humming along if "You Got a Friend in Me" comes on. It sets the groundwork for later movies, even though it may not have realized it at the time, and Toy Story is a classic for the ages.

Bryan G (ag) wrote: [font=Courier New]A jealous ex-girlfriend returns to her lover days before his Wedding to another women. After see threatens to ruin his wedding, the man unwillingly takes part in her death. Now her spirit haunts him, driving him mad. Sounds like a great story, right? I?ll admit I thought so too. But this movie does nothing with it, and just goes for cheap scares. And none of them are genuine enough for you to even think they are anything more than foolish. I know the film was made a long time ago, and special effects have gotten way better. That isn?t the problem for me. Effects can look as fake as possible, but so long as they are used correctly I can accept them. I think this film might be a film that someone could remake and do something better with it. If you want to see this movie, go ahead. But I recommend that you stay away from this. [/font]