Scientists discovers that there are six children who each have an enormous intelligence. The children are flown to London to be studied, but they each escape their embassy and gather in a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Children of the Damned
Six children are found spread through out the world that not only have enormous intelligence, but identical intelligence and have a strange bond to each other.
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Gareth D (ag) wrote: A great look at urban Glasgow and scotch, even if it is a bit hard to understand them at times - gritty, humorous and good for whiskey geeks. A must watch!
Luis T (fr) wrote: Interesante documental de como la justicia juega con los casos.
Collin R (ru) wrote: take high school level acting, directing and writing. Appeal it to feminists who will like it just cause its from all women, not because it good, then you have this pile of shit
Kilo D (au) wrote: "Sexy Beast" peters out in the last act putting a blemish on an otherwise brilliant gangster movie. And the dialogue . . . "Not this time, Gal. Not this time. Not this fucking time. No. No no no no no no no no no! No! No no no no no no no no no no no no no! No! Not this fucking time! No fucking way! No fucking way, no fucking way, no fucking way! You've made me look a right cunt!"
Mike S (gb) wrote: This is a decent Star Trek: The Next Generation film that feels like an extended, big-budget TV episode. There's nothing particularly significant at stake as Picard and crew help out a small colony of technology-avoiding pastoralists against an alien-Federation alliance that wants to re-locate them because their planet has valuable properties. Picard's actions are in defiance of Federation orders, hence the film's title. There's some action, there's some romance, there's some humour as our heroes experience a certain energy the planet has to offer. The film takes few risks, but it doesn't make any major mistakes, either.
Scott A (ag) wrote: Overall I dug this. I'm not sure they can say this was the REAL 'Cowboys & Aliens,' cause they look othing alike. Really great cast, especially seeing Musetta Vander from Mortal Kombat2 and Jackie Swanson---'Kelly' from CHEERS!!! The only things I disliked were the roles of George Takei--he had to refrence Star Trek every 5 seconds, and Julie Newmar---who had to remind us she was Catwoman every 3 seconds!
Bavner D (us) wrote: Sebuah film masterpiece yang luar biasa indahnya, brilliant, dan sempurna. Mungkin kata-kata tersebut tidak cukup mampu menggambarkan film ini. Karena begitu baiknya mungkin. Ini adalah sebuah klasik nostalgia yang akan mengumbar sebuah kebahagiaan, cinta, hingga kesedihan dan duka dari kenangan masa lalu yang tak terlupakan.
Joe B (us) wrote: I caught this because I heard they are remaking it (of course). Right in line with the kind of film Hitchcock would have made. However, I'm pretty sure that Hitchcock would have peppered his version with characters that were a bit more interesting. The film is 94 minutes long and could have told its story fully in 25 minutes. The rest is endless shots of grassy highways and deserted towns. I liked that there were no subtitles...it added to the overall feeling of frustration the lead gal faces. It's worth a look for one truly creepy scene...and for a soundtrack that is straight out of The Partridge Family.
Adam B (it) wrote: Very good - although the received pronunciation became a little wearing. Good to see Richard Attenborough in a good supporting role and the late great Roger Livessey.
Ken C (ca) wrote: Ozu's long shots, knee-high camera placement, and collapsed perspective made a greatest film of all time. No story could be simpler. An old couple go to the city to visit their children and grandchildren. Their children are busy, and the old people upset their routines. In a quiet way, without anyone admitting it, the visit goes badly. The parents return home. A few days later, the grandmother dies. Now it is the turn of the children to make a journey.
Adam S (es) wrote: Someone forgot to flush...
William P (de) wrote: What in the hell. Only slightly less worse than the "it was all a dream" ending. Plot twists completely ignore previous character development. Embarrassing.
Chris R (fr) wrote: Gotta love this movie
Logan M (ag) wrote: Some war films are thought-provoking. Others are tearjerking. "Paths of Glory" is amongst the greatest war dramas ever made for being both.