Cyclone

Cyclone

An airplane goes down in the ocean during a storm and a few survivors find refuge on a small tour boat. Swept out to sea, these people slowly starve to death in the hot sun with barely any food or clean water. With no place to turn, the boat survivors resort to cannibalism to stay alive...that is ..until the rescue planes come to pick them up and the man eating sharks decide its time to eat as well.

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Glad V (br) wrote: well there it is, teen titans the judas contract arrived and i'm happy to say it's more than just good, it's competent, the voice direction is affective, the voice work it self is phenomenal with emphesise on Miguel ferrer, Christina ricci, Brandon soo hoo and jake t. Austin just to name a few, the animation is clean and nearly flawless, surprisingly well paced and surprisingly has great drama, as for any negative elements well it all comes down to how much budget was given to the project, funny considering how long warner animation have been adapting story lines for well over a decade and how much money it can make by giving the animation team the ability to make it feel like a feature quality animation.

David M (nl) wrote: If you don't know anything about Quantum Physics, this is not the place to start. This builds on a fundamental knowledge of Quantum physics that without, appears to be 'existential' and a little out there (i.e. understand the double-slit experiments, observer effect, potential vs. manifest FIRST, then apply that quantum knowledge to the concept of consciousness which is what is going on here).

Mark R (fr) wrote: I get the feeling from this that Dumont can do better, but it's a shame the only interesting part comes right at the end, too late to save it.

Jeremy S (fr) wrote: One in the series of the greatest documentary ever made.

Kevin M W (br) wrote: Mel Brooks goes to the old Universal horror franchise and tries for another parody homage like Young Frankenstein, this time with the vampire branch of operations. Strangely though he only chooses unknown actresses for the female leads (except for an uncomfortable cameo by his wife lampooning the great Maria Ouspenkaya) which is a substantial break in the formula. So, while laff-out-loud funny in parts, in other places not so much = an uneven offering. The result is that Peter MacNicol as Renfield is the only one in the cast who seems to know he's in a Mel Brooks comedy. Harvey Korman does a good Brit accent but essentially has nothing to do the whole piece, has only one, count 'em, one joke. A tragic misfire, but not a total loss.

David K (br) wrote: Want to see real soon

Walter M (gb) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]"Christ Stopped at Eboli" takes place in 1935, just as Italy under Mussolini has invaded Ethiopia. Carlo Levi(Gian Maria Volonte) has been exiled to a remote region of the country for political reasons. He is accompanied by a stray dog, Barone, he meets along the way. He is not the only political prisoner there but he is not allowed to talk to any of the others and his movements are restricted. Overall, he makes the best of a bad situation - painting, writing letters and even taking up the practice of medicine which he once earned a degree in but never practiced.[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]"Christ Stopped at Eboli" is a touching and excellent movie. It is still timely in its discussion of dissent in time of war. I liked that Levi spends most of the film just observing the peasants without comment. The Fascists feel they are superior to the peasants and seek to dominate them but the peasants are the lifeblood of the country. [/font]

Ben C (mx) wrote: An undisputed classic, Lassie Come Home is a heartwarming and brave flick that focuses the dog in Lassie, and her defiant struggles. Noted supporting cast members include Roddy McDowall (Fright Night) and Elizabeth Taylor in their youth, both giving cute and wonderful performances.

Anna B (gb) wrote: The more I think about this movie, the more I realize what a terrible, gorgeous anti-WikiLeaks propaganda it was. It's so painfully obvious from how they portray Julian as a creepy, lying, immoral, hair-bleaching "other," to how noble and selfless the government is in just trying to protect their sources. Daniel, our viewer insert, is seduced by Julian's promises but in the end sees the light and not only rejects WikiLeaks, but actively destroys it - as we should. It's beautiful. Brings tears to my eyes.