A crew of scientists arrives on a far, cold planet to examine archaic artifacts of unknown origin. They discover that their German enemies already have a ship there. When they seek their help after a failed landing, they only find the Germans’ bodies, obviously slaughtered by one of the archaic creatures, awoken to new life. Now the alien is after them.

A expedition to Titan uncovers an alien being, that goes on a rampage. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Frank L (us) wrote: is it common the movies use the same scenes? in Hansel and Gretel: warriors of witchcraft they was a transitional scene over and over, then I watch the perfect student they use that same transitional scene in the first 6 minutes.

Michael T (gb) wrote: This documentary places the organized church in its cross hairs and delivers a deadly blow to anyone who oppresses a people based on what they assume the Bible to say. As those who are educated about this magnificent Holy Book, it requires the reader to place all scriptures in the historical context by which it was written. God Inspired, yes! Man revised, yes! I specifically love the view on the individual families when parents of gay children are met with anger, confusion, and sadness based solely on an interpretation of the Bible over the greatest commandment the Messiah instructed: Love God above all and Love your neighbor as yourself. The key word being love. No one, not even the Bible, says that loving others is an easy task especially when understanding another is paramount. As a proud Disciple of Jesus, I stand on our Generations civil rights cause. Do we really want to be the 21st Century Church that follows in our brethren's footsteps that supported slavery, degradation of women, or pedophilia? I choose to love my fellow brothers and sisters like I have been loved by my Savior. No greater love then that. Amen!

Dann M (ru) wrote: Robert Redford's liberal propaganda film Lions for Lambs is a cynical and heavy handed look at the War on Terror. An opportunistic Republican senator launches a new offensive in Afghanistan and offers a reporter an exclusive; meanwhile a college professor recounts the loss of two promising students who joined the military and are now part of the senator's offensive. The cast, which includes Robert Redford, Tom Cruise, and Meryl Streep, deliver strong performances. However, the film's intellectually dishonest, and is only interested in vindicating the liberal perspective. Lions for Lambs explores some controversial topics, but its politics get in the way.

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Jeffrey M (nl) wrote: Dated in some ways (it has only become more formulaic with the passage of time), but still a serviceable thriller, Unlawful Entry is a paranoid movie that justifies paranoia. Russell is convincing as the 'every man' having to deal with the always enjoyable and underrated Ray Liotta, as a crazed and envious cop. It is their interactions that really make the film watchable, and helps sell the more absurd elements of the narrative. The direction also does a good job of keeping the film tensely paced, with scene construction that builds up the suspense well. The script is adequate from the standpoint that, while we know where the script is headed, it manages to keep enough surprises in store that we stay engaged. At the same time, the overall set-up strains believably--how can Madeleine Stowe's character possibly be so dumb and naive? How could others in the department not notice the unhinged and impulsive Officer Davis (Liotta)? There are simply too many holes and logical leaps to make Unlawful Entry anything more than a B level-thriller. But taken on those terms, it's enjoyable enough, successfully playing on some of our worst fears (wrongful arrest, the system out to get us), and doing so in a generally effective way.3/5 Stars

Debra H (gb) wrote: darn good flick. I would watch it again. 5 stars

Ivan B (ca) wrote: Opaka niskobudzetna noir horor zajebancija o privatnom detektivu koji trazi nestalu djevojku i naleti na kult kurvi koji jos od starog Egipta stuje motorne pile, ugl pravi srot koji je ocigledno napravljen iz zajebancije

Pavan R (au) wrote: An average story with ok performances

Gergely K (ru) wrote: Egyszerre id (C)zte meg gyermekkorom mutnsos poszt-apokaliptikus zsner filmjeit, ember g (C)p-interf (C)sz kerettrt (C)nete maximlisan kiel (C)gtette a mostani "feln'tt" vltozatom. Bruce Cambell meg kirly (C)s k (C)sz.

Matthew T (fr) wrote: One star is being generous

Charles P (jp) wrote: Newsies works purely as a story and even better as a song & dance picture.