Cocoon: The Return

Cocoon: The Return

The old age pensioners that left at the end of the first film come back to earth to visit their relatives. Will they all decide to go back to the planet where no-one grows old, or will they be tempted to stay back on earth, or will they?

Five years after the first "Cocoon," the friendly aliens from the planet Anterea return to Earth to rescue some incubation pods, which have been found by a team of scientists. Will they all decide to go back to the planet where no-one grows old, or will they be tempted to stay back on earth? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Rick R (ca) wrote: House of Flying Daggers (2004)I enjoyed Ang Lee's Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon (2000). This is another Chinese martial arts movie from Yimou Zhang who gave us Hero (2002) using ultra colorful images, moody music, fantastic choreography, and romantic, star-crossed lovers. This is the perfect movie to see on HD or even in a theater. The movie is so stunning to look at that it's hard to turn your eyes away to try to read the subtitles. The story gets a little complicated though. The House of Flying Daggers is a secret organization of assassins that apposes the Tang dynasty government. Police captain Leo (Andy Lau) sends one of his officers, Jin (Takeshi Kaneshiro) to infiltrate this organization by breaking out a blind dancer, Xiao Mei (Ziyi Zhang) from jail who is the daughter of the former leader, and who is believed to know the new leader's identity.Be prepared to see impossible feats of gravity defying movements along the lines of the Wuxia style fantasy genre. Just go with it. :-)

Ron S (de) wrote: What a surprise! Thoroughly enjoyable and surprisingly poignant.

Nick P (ag) wrote: POWDER is typical social outcast with a great gift that has an interesting premise, but for me, with an awkward cast (aside from Sean Patrick Flannery), cheesy visuals and syrupy storytelling with no depth, this is a pass.

Jamie C (ru) wrote: Good entry just abit too silly at times and over the top but when you cast Jim Carrey as a villain you have to expect that, Val Kilmer played an ok Batman, Robin was cast well in my opinion, Some good action scenes but nothing else worth mentioning as the franchise at this point turned from dark and silly to camp and silly.

Vitaliy S (ru) wrote: old movies really better than new ones...

Rihan P (us) wrote: Saw This Back In SL Where We Got Saved By The Bell At Least 3 Years Late! Remember Watching The Series In 94 & George Bush Sr Was Still President! Enjoyed This Though When I Was A Kid! Wonder If This Is The One Where They Parachute Into Naked Territory heh! Belding & Screech As Always Deliver! The Original Cast Ruled!

Whit w (mx) wrote: I just realized that not only have I seen every Godzilla movie ever made, I also own all but one of them. If this does anything at all, it qualifies me to state that overall, Godzilla movies aren't very good. I mean, as solid stories go, these G-flicks are not exactly "Wuthering Heights". But, what they are is entertaining. Sometimes for good reasons. Like take "Godzilla vs. Biollante". It's a story about Japan, the U.S. and some fictional Middle-Eastern oil rich country trying to out spy each other for control of some Godzilla cells scattered around the destruction from his last stomp through Tokyo. Wow. It is silly. But it's so over the top and so illogical it kept me engaged. This movie contains some absolutely stupid spy-vs-spy action. There's also a countless number of mistakes in the English dub. It's all pretty funny. However, the special effects are pretty good and Biollante is the ugliest but one of the most different kaiju ever committed to film. The big dustup between the two beasts is never really resolved. Godzilla falls face first on the beach only to pop up again and head back out to sea and Biollante just turns into some magic environmnetal pixie dust and floats into the sky. But if you're watching this for the monsters (and that's why you watch Godzilla), this one is worth the time.

MarcAndr B (mx) wrote: Et bien .... que pourrais-je bien dire sur se film? Trs long, je ne l'ai pas tout cout, car c'tait trop long et sans but jusqu' se moment. Aprs 1heure de visionnement, nous avons comprit sa situation familiale, sont enfance, mais rien de l'histoire n'est encore enclench. Autre que faire du sexe gauche et droite dans son adolescence et jeune vie d'adulte, de couch avec son professeur de maitrise et d'avoir tout pleins de flashback (dont plusieurs trs inutile, exemple lors qu'elle va chercher son chien chez sa grand-mre. Un 3 minutes pour rien dire et nous mlang d'avantage) IL N'Y A RIEN DANS SE FILM AUTRE QUE DU SEXE !!!Avec tout ces flashback et une histoire inexistante qu'on n'essaie tous de trouver, je crois que se film se rsume comme cela : "Elle fait juste fourrer et pour nous faire comprendre ce sentiment, ils nous fourre en sortant un film comme celui l !"P.S.: a ne vaut mme pas une location, faite juste regarder la boite sur la tablette du club vido et vous avez toute ce que vous pouvez tirer de ce film.

Aaron K (us) wrote: one of my all time favorites

Gemma M (ca) wrote: Following recent cinema tradition of stretching out one/two successful films into a money-hungry franchise, Shrek Forever After feels a desperate attempt to profit off of the success of the prior movies. While being somewhat more entertaining than the third movie thanks to a more capable villain, the film is no where near the entertaining adventure of the first two movies making it a second flop for the Shrek franchise.