Chobotnice z druhého patra
While on vacation with their bickering parents, young Eva and her little brother Johnny find in a polluted lake two strange friendly sentient octopuses made of strange material that attracts electricity. They take them as pets.
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David S (nl) wrote: Based on a true story of Alaskan State Troopers trying to solve the case of serial killer Robert Hansen. I thoroughly enjoyed this crime thriller (as I do many) from start to finish. Nicolas Cage and John Cusack are awesome as Jack Halcombe (Cage) and Hansen (Cusack). Cusack's depiction of Hansen was so methodical and he can really pull off the twisted individual very well. Vanessa Hudgens was also very good and the rest of the cast is stellar. I kind of laughed at 50 Cents character though lol. Seeing him with long, straight hair was pretty funny. The cinematography was also great. I love films that have a snowy setting. All in all, I thought The Frozen Ground was a pretty good film
Liberty S (au) wrote: It explores pretty mature themes. The only problem is the actors who couldn't quite handle the material. Juno Temple is getting there, though. She was the only reason I could finish this.
Mike W (ag) wrote: I only watched 10 minutes, what a shit movie. Terrible acting, horrible graphics. Seriously, after seeing only that much of the movie, I know for a FACT I will never try to finish it. What a fucking waste.
Janine H (br) wrote: The movie said that it was a horror movie. But I later found out that the "horror" genre was lost since "The Box". Not a legit Horror Movie.
john b (mx) wrote: Imagine a world where nobody really dies. Oh sure, their hearts stop beating, but aside from that one little quirk ... ZA is just that world. It takes the basic premise that zombies are people too and exaggerates it to seemingly no limit. There's a lot not to like in ZA, but the heart of this flick is some pretty clever writing. And that's really too bad, because a lot of the great one liners and interesting thoughts are wasted on what becomes a rock'em sock'em shot'em up. The fight scenes (of which there are way too many) are excruciatingly bad. Also, it's hard to believe there can be that much gun play and screaming right in the middle downtown America and the police never show up. The "film" is shot on what looks to be video tape. The score is pretty annoying at times, and acting seems have been replaced by screaming. Then there's the writing, it's as out of place here as donuts are at Zombies Anonymous meeting. I'm sure it would have made a much better book.
Kikistyle L (it) wrote: a sent la frite, c'est drle, c'est belge et c'est trs con. ?a m'a mme donn envie d'aimer Marion cotillard...c'est dire.
Mikael N (ag) wrote: Una especie de film noir que pudo haber sido mejor si no se hubiera expandido tanto. un buen guion e intrigante thriller que te mantiene despierto.
Anna N (de) wrote: Not interested. In general I don't like horror movies.
Tom S (nl) wrote: It's very sad. And Balthasar is totally Jesus. And we are the sheep.
David D (nl) wrote: It has an old-fashioned charming simplicity just not enough substance
Shawn W (gb) wrote: Not sure how this film escaped me from viewing it back in the day. Seagal was in top form when this came out and he is helped out by some great performances from the supporting cast. He wages war on a big oil company (despite being on its payroll) for its greedy objectives over environmental concerns in Alaska where an entire oil project including a rig are destroyed. Shareholders of Aegis Oil can expect a major impairment charge in the next earnings report.
Julie F (mx) wrote: Someone please convert to digital media! This film is too important to disappear!
Kendall I (ag) wrote: A dark comedy that seems to be a hidden gem. PLOT:Larry Donner (Billy Crystal) is an author and the teacher of an adult's creative writing class. He hasn't written a good novel ever since his ex-wife left him, stole his masterwork, and labeled it as her own making millions. One of his students, Owen Lift (Danny DeVito) is having his own problems with his mom (Anne Ramsey) always bullying him. One night when Owen finds Larry seeking advice for a murder mystery he is writing, Larry unknowingly tells Owen how they can get rid of their problems with their relatives: eliminate the motive and criss-cross murders. When it appears that Owen has murdered Larry's ex-wife, Larry is pushed to murder Owen's mother so he won't get caught by the police. Will he do it? Will they be found out? I'll leave you there. It's a pretty well thought-out plot inspired by a similar Hitchcock mystery, that's executed like an ordinary dark comedy. ACTING:The acting is more than decent in this movie. Crystal does a delightful job as Larry Donner. I love how he can be so calm one minute and then blow up the next. He is so neurotic. I didn't really care much for DeVito in here. I don't like it when DeVito is stuck with the role of an idiot; he does much better as a smarter man (such as in Batman Begins or The War of the Roses). He did a good job, but it wasn't his best by far. Anne Ramsey was just a filler character that did the job she was supposed to be dreadfully. She was the comic relief, and I believe she kind of disrupted the movie's flow. Though it wouldn't work if the mom was nice, she overdid the simple slapstick humor just a tad. Everyone else did a decent job, especially Kim Greist as Beth. SCORE:The score was either mainly played for comical effect or emotional impact, so it wasn't anything really special. It worked, but it was just there to evoke the right emotion. CAMERAWORK:I actually was quite fond of the cinematography here. DeVito did the directing for this flick, and I can tell he had a vision to catch certain shots at certain points with a creative and steady hand. The shots are just made so smooth for such a rough film. OTHER CONTENT:This movie is really nothing more than a simply-made dark buddy comedy with a tender amount of slapstick. I like slapstick comedy, but not if it just grows dreadful and unnecessary. In here, it is necessary to make the movie feel as fun as the idea is. It was silly, but that's the whole point of the movie is to be a mock-up of a mystery. I liked the chemistry in here among Crystal and DeVito as well; it really clicked into making a funny film. Some say it was ridiculous, but I think it made the film more unique. This is somewhat of a hidden gem because though silly, it is well-inspired and well-made. It reminds me of odd charmers such as Matilda (of course) and Death Becomes Her. This movie is nothing more than a simple dark comedy though. Not special, but a fun little trip. OVERALL,a good dark comedy with a well thought-out plot, more than decent acting, generic score, creative and steady camerawork, decent slapstick comedy, a well inspiration and a great maker.
Bengel W (de) wrote: Photography is dark and fanciful giving a setting that is ready for the bloodthirsty. Action is formatted and thus has been seen in many, many films before though it rides well in this simplistic context. Nibbles: Seal Flipper.
Warren M (it) wrote: In the first Star Trek film directed by Leonard Nimoy, The Search for Spock expands on the story of The Wrath of Khan. This movie injects a compelling journey and thought-provoking allusions in order to make this a very enjoyable Trek.
Mireille D (br) wrote: Pas pire pas pire! Et Isabelle ne force pas... On aime ca, des liberations comme ca
Luke S (it) wrote: This movie is really dumb and it doesn't have the magic of its three predecessors. I really dont like it
Teresa A (ru) wrote: Woods--he is pretty good at playing the total nut-job. Becker did a nice job at showing the consequences and repercussions of actions good and bad.