Bugs!

Bugs!

Explore the extraordinary hidden world of insects, where a leaf weighs more than a car, rain drops feel like exploding hand grenades and a blade of grass soars like a skyscraper. Shot on location in the Borneo rainforest, Bugs! brings the beautiful and dangerous universe of its tiny stars up close and personal with cutting-edge technology that magnifies them up to 250,000 times their normal size.

A film about the various insects in Borneo's rainforest. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Tor M (ag) wrote: A sensitive and well crafted film with a great plot. It's sat in Singapore and we're in the middle of the Asian financial crisis. We follow a rich family as they get a maid and she seem to spend more time with the son of the house than his parents does.Well acted, touching and hard to take your eyes away from. This is a lovely and pretty watch. I love the characters, and especially the dad character, he's unintentionally funny in a way.This is Anthony Chen's debut and definetly a solid one, it even won the Golden Camera award at Cannes. Give it a go if you get the chance!8.5 out of 10 chickens.

Hila S (us) wrote: I cant believe this movie is ranked so low. reminds me of 9 songs, but better, in a way

Trevor S (it) wrote: Loved the ending battle

Long L (mx) wrote: It's your standard Frat House movie with booze, babes, and low-level underlying moral that almost has nothing to do with the rest of the movie. In this case: ""make a career of something you love." The breast-moments were okay, but the "acting" is far worse than amateur. If you HAVE to see it, make sure it's for free and fast forward to the women. Anything is IQ-dropping.

Yoshi S (ca) wrote: I have 2 favorite Australian movies, Muriel's Wedding and THIS!!! It was unbelievably shocking and fantastic suspense thriller! Story was so twisted and I really enjoyed it! Climax was just one word, WOW! I said AH! It was extremely shocking ending! I loved it! I highly recommend it! But Blu-ray's HD picture was little dark...

WS W (it) wrote: Lacks of pulling force.

Hannah K (es) wrote: Channing Tatum makes a sexy dancer! Such a good first Step Up movie

Frit H (mx) wrote: One of my favorite docs, a fascinating study on the nature of drive, desire, and the reality of low budget filmmaking.

Bryant C (ca) wrote: whimsical, beautiful and romantic tribute to the art of cinema and the beautiful complexity of life... loved it

TheIan E (gb) wrote: Up there with Phibes a great revenge pic starring Vincent Price as a supposedly dead actor who punishes the critics of his work.

Megan P (ru) wrote: SO BORING. DO NOT FALL FOR THE HYPE.

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Russell G (de) wrote: A faulty premise holds this story back from the beginning. It is a shame to see when the storytelling technique, acting and direction are all clicking as they do here. It starts ambiguously, but clearly dark secrets from the past haunt a young New York City police officer, portrayed by Channing Tatum. An unknown source is tipping off a journalist aiming to expose the local police department's corruption. It is all very promising, but not entirely logical. The problem is that the past events do not make sense as form of political threat or blackmail, as the story implies. It affects multiple people, but the main plot device just does not seem to matter as much as it should. While events in the past have high stakes, the actual circumstances are mostly justifiable. It almost negates any dramatic consequence. Even worse, it cannot pull its illogical storyline together for a coherent and meaningful ending. It leaves the viewer wonder what the point is. The characters and their motives are just as fuzzy. Director Dito Montiel does a very good job at building the right mood. He tells the story in a deliberately paced dramatic fashion that only reveals a carefully crafted piece of the story at one time. Channing Tatum, Ray Liotta, and Al Pacino are all on their A-Game. Even Tracy Morgan is surprisingly skilled in a dramatic role as well. Nearly every great movie starts with a strong story or solid concept. This is a prime example of how it is virtually impossible to overcome a weak story, no matter how good the rest of the production and acting team is.

Aal A (mx) wrote: not that kinda scary I wanna see !