The people of the Kansas town first menaced by the little, furry creatures find that they are not yet safe as they are again assaulted when the creatures reproduce. Charlie is joined by Lee as all join forces to save the town. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A batch of unhatched critter eggs are mistaken for Easter eggs by the country-folk inhabitants of Grover's Bend and, before long, the ferocious furballs are on the rampage again.
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Tarik S (jp) wrote: if it wasn't for the solid performance of the two main actors this movie would be a flop considering the misplaced vulgarities and the poor assisting actors.
Walter M (ag) wrote: In "Jerichow," things are not going well for Thomas(Benno Furmann) as he is forced to use the money he was planning to refurbish his mother's house to pay off his debts. Flat broke, he finds the only work he can get as a dishonorably discharged soldier is as a cucumber harvester. That changes when he helps Ali(Hilmi Sozer) pull his car out of a ditch and help him avoid a DWI charge. That does not stop Ali from drinking and driving again leading him to be caught with a blood alcohol level of 1.9%. No longer able to drive, he hires Thomas to help out with the snack bars he owns and manages with his wife Laura(Nina Hoss). I am sure that the only thing the world needs less than the Yankees winning another World Series is yet another reworking of "The Postman Always Rings Twice"(or any remake for that matter) but "Jerichow" pulls it off well by maintaining a slow burn throughout until its devastating ending that is encapsulated in a single word. That might have something to do with the movie smartly paying less attention to the source material than the current state of affairs in Germany as seen through the eyes of its flawed characters. For Thomas, the country has changed completely since growing up in East Germany and is now a country of immigrants.(His stint as a farm laborer reminds me of a recent article in a local newspaper about how hard it is to find people willing to work on a farm.) Ali is one of the newcomers and a success to boot but still feels uncertain in his adopted country and does not know who to trust, some times for good reason.
Neiman T (ca) wrote: watched for chinese class: a poor man's take on Ang Lee's Wedding Banquet with many intriguing twists and turns. It's a shame that it's all for naught as it concludes with something taken out of the pages of daytime television.
RDPEN P (fr) wrote: the monumental scene in this film is when the son desperately wants a television set. the grandfather is not too pleased by this. after learning about their nomadic life and their dependence on a herd of camels, you come to realize how engaging their life is without any outside disturbances, disturbances that would ruin the integrity of their culture and the integrity of the film.
Chey F (ru) wrote: i will drown all of u WHORES!
Ali M (ca) wrote: Well that's 4 hours of my life I'll never get back. Shame really as it's a good idea for a film. If only it'd been 2 hours rather than 2 x 2 hours. At one point the film goes so slowly it almost stops.
Dan M (us) wrote: The only good part is the confrontation at the theater
Kevin M W (ag) wrote: "Stick to what you know" is advice often rendered to art students and for Mr. Billy Crystal of New York City that apparently is just the ticket as he produced and directed this affectionate nod to American baseball, and most particularly the homerun race between Yankees Mickey Mantle (Thomas Jane) and Roger Maris (Barry Pepper). All in all the work is a nice memento of times gone by, such as when baseball was #1 in America.
The Critic (mx) wrote: Consistently good performances from a talented cast that seem to be enjoying the material, but only a small number of skits hit the mark.
Justinian W (ca) wrote: This is my favorite musical of all time. The opening sequence where they sounds of the street to create the song is an incredibale piece of film making. Then if you listen to the dialouge you realize that they do not really write dialouge that good any more. A truly great movie from the era before the censures really cracked down.
Joshua B (ag) wrote: A brutal exercise in tedium. The movie itself only runs about an hour and 10 mins. but feels like forever. There's simply not enough story to fill it out, or shots for that matter. You see the same shot at least 10 times a piece. The scarecrows are completely wasted and underused. Skip this snore fest unless you are with a group. Extra half star for the spooky atmosphere and idea to have killer scarecrows.
Simon F (mx) wrote: A surprisingly pleasant experience and an easy film to enjoy. It's all too easy for the critics to simply dismiss this as formulaic, teeny bopper, trash. That however would be a cynical, shallow and ultimately unjustified view to take. It's fair to say that this film won't be winning any prizes for originality of plot or characterisation. Still, at the end of the day, the acting was very convincing, and the story was enjoyable to watch from start to finish. This is not going to be anyone's favourite movie, but if you approach it with a grin on your face, you'll find that by the time the credits roll, your grin will have grown to a smile!...
Shane D (au) wrote: Cruise is definitely putting in the effort, which is undeniable no matter what your personal opinions might be of him. Preferred Ghost Protocol to this, but it was still pretty slick.
Mark W (gb) wrote: I actually feel that this was quite superior to Slumber Part Massacre... Both are poor Halloween imitations, perhaps this one more so, but they are slashers to enjoy! Sorority House Massacre sported much more of a story however and in fairness wasn't badly executed... There were a few good deaths and the killer certainly seemed more menacing and disturbed than that of Slumber Party Massacre