Blood Beach

Blood Beach

Something or someone is attacking people one by one on the beach. Some of them are mutilated, but most of them are sucked into the sand, disappearing without a trace. What is the creature responsible? Where does it live, and where did it come from? And is there any chance of it reproducing? Meanwhile, David Huffman and Mariana Hill are once-almost-married old friends, reunited over the death of her mother on the beach, and searching for clues in the abandoned buildings where they used to play when they were young.

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Mike N (au) wrote: There had been talk of this film, dubbed by some "The Purple Rose of Orlando" for some time, and honestly, there was more buzz about this short than the film it preceded (nobody expected Frozen to make nearly the fortune it has, which might balance out the disasterous losses Disney took on The Lone Ranger). The idea of switching from standard 2-D animation to 3-D computer animation has been done before, but never, the early reports said, like this. More intriguing was the purported use of Walt Disney's original Mickey Mouse voice. Painstakingly crafted from years worth of old clips (weeks went into just getting Mickey to say the word "Red?" surprised, in reaction to the color of his pants), Get A Horse lives up to even the highest expectations, and is the first Disney film, short or long, to utilize the 3-D glasses to their full potential (the extra 20% ticket price is worth it for this short. For the feature after...not so much). It's a raucous, slapstick short that brings Mickey Mouse back to his original (much more violent) form, making the classic characters accessible to children too young and impatient to enjoy Steamboat Willie, and paying great respect to the past, both with original voice actors "reprising" their roles, and with little in-jokes like a brief appearance of pro to-Mickey Oswald the Lucky Rabbit; all the while, the film still looks forward, showing that Mickey Mouse can work in 3-D, that the animated short isn't dead (or at least there's other options than Pixar using some new, innovative technique to retread the same "cute" cartoon again and again before each reputation-weakening sequel), and that anyone still decrying the "death" of Disney after three successful CGI films (Tangled, Wreck-It Ralph, and Frozen) need simply, to quote Peg-leg Pete's car horn, "Make way for the future!"

Russell B (au) wrote: One of the best films about Korean War I have ever seen. Makes you proud to be an American.

Rania I (ru) wrote: Hm i skinothesia den itan idiaitera epitiximeni k oi dialogoi afisikoi... Dedomenon ton sinthikon, o Sakis epaikse kala an k tha mporouse k kalitera an eixe kaliteri kathodigisi...H mikri Ariel pantos epaize kalitera ap'olous eno i ploki tis tainias apodeixtike eksairetika endiaferousa... makari na tin eixan xeiristei o skinothetis k oi senariografoi opos tha eprepe. Episis gia opoion dei tin tainia, as kanei mia katagrafi tou poses fores anaferetai to onoma RICHARD giati pragmatika aksizei ton kopo... :D

Jordan M (jp) wrote: Wow....This movie was like one really long joke that wasn't funny. If you enjoy this movie I honestly hope you die. It was that bad. The only reasons i kept watching it were because A: I couldn't figure out if they were serious or not; and B: I wanted to be able to say that I have seen the worst movie ever made. I have no idea how this movie made it into a Redbox location, there must have been some sexual favors involved somewhere along the line, but seriously, if you want to be able to say you saw the most pathetic movie ever created(including a castle in the middle of the desert, the worst cast to ever appear on film, and the most pathetic premise in movie-making history) then go see this movie. Otherwise do something better with your time like stapling your eyelids shut.

Ms A (it) wrote: Not bad at all for a little film, though not a completely original storyline. Nice camera work.

Kamila C (au) wrote: i dont like this film what are you on about facebook?

Underrated Movie R (nl) wrote: I hated the first movie but this is just AWFUL. I didn't even make it half way through and no, I will NOT finish it. I don't care if they meet Mickey Mouse in the end, I'm never finishing.

Thomas R (nl) wrote: Great film about immigrants in the workplace and unionization

Charles P (de) wrote: The degree of logical errors, script implausibility, cheesy one-liners, and nonstop action is so exhausting that it oversights the "guilty pleasure" factor.

Matthew M (ca) wrote: very cliched visitor from another planet movie. The thing I liked most was kirby the three eyes three legged walking, flying and shooting pet. He likes to drink gasoline and shoot these weird things out of his eyes. The movie itself was not awful but really cheesy and so cliche that I knew pretty much what would happen. I love when the doctors are so amazed at this lifeform and how different it was. I mean the whole movie is about how the human race will not be ready for aliens but it got so boring with that line that you got sick of the movie.

Keiko N (nl) wrote: Surprisingly good, despite Rafe Spall's apparent want of a personality. Couldn't Laurence Fox actually get the girl for once?

Haytham K (nl) wrote: A nice mix of action, humor, and outstanding characters are abound in this memorable Western. John Wayne and co-star Robert Mitchum bring to the screen a presence and experience that we rarely see in today's stars...

Nicolas B (ca) wrote: My main problem with this movie is the ending. I won't spoil it, but don't expect much. Otherwise it's continously entertaining, mostly due to its good performances.

Chris D (nl) wrote: Moves along tediously, shoving one-dimensional personalities down our throats until they're no longer fun to hang out with anymore...and I think that was the whole point of Studio 54 wasn't it, fun?