In 1968, in the Ravenside Military Hospital in a military facility in Pennsylvania, the army loses control of an experiment of a lethal bacteriologic weapon that changes the DNA and transforms human beings into zombies. A group of soldiers is sent to the hospital to eliminate the infected staff and interns but private DeLuca steals a test tube with the virus and hides it inside a vacuum flask. He is transformed into a zombie and killed but the vacuum flask falls in the grass. In the present days, a group of patients in the mental institution Ravenside Memorial Hospital finds the vacuum flask and later when one of them opens the vessel, the culture tube drops on the floor of a bathroom contaminating the group and their Dr. Donwynn
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Danielle F (de) wrote: Not very good. Sandra Bullock is hardly in it.
Catherine K (fr) wrote: Possible biases aside, this was pretty good.
Matthew D (gb) wrote: A great story about what it takes to be a hero and the real world effect of DC's characters, the Martian Manhunter is the real star here and that's as great as it is surprising. The uninteresting alien threat and some silly parts in the final conflict let the side down.
Lee B (jp) wrote: Weird, weird movie. Which I am pretty sure is intentional. This movie starts off already as a conundrum but there is definitely something to wait for, because it is a beautiful movie. Then, something happens and I was not sure what to take of it. I think I can flat out say it because it won?t hurt anyone?s take on the movie, but the ?antagonist? at the beginning is wearing a odd costume and does cartwheels to scare someone to death. OK, there is more to it eventually, but it is a odd jab in the early going. Immediately, I start wondering if this is a form of Kabuki or just a kooky Japanese artsy movie. We?ll the story slowly starts to streamline, but the key thing to this movie is that it is a wonderfully visual movie. What?s on screen and the rhythm of scenes is close to hypnotic. The costumes are great, except for the early baddies even when they are put in context, and the settings too. The performances are, I believe, supposed to be the extremes of reserved and explosive. It makes for some uncomfortable moments, but effective none-the-less. For someone who likes motion pictures with dynamic artistic influence, then this one is a go.
Jonny P (jp) wrote: "Nick of Time" is your average thriller with a few surprises but a mostly predictable plot. I always enjoy seeing a film shot in real time and I think that it fits well with the plot, forcing us to think about what we would do if suddenly thrust into that situation with only an hour to figure it out. None of the acting is bad, but nobody particularly sticks out. I suppose that I would be applauding Christopher Walken if he was anybody else, but he's such a great funnyman that it's strange to see him in this bad guy role. The characters were well-written, particularly Huey (the shoe shiner) and Ms. Jones. It seemed like Huey was going to be an unimportant character that broke up the action for a minute, but the writers did a nice job of making him into an unexpectedly important part of the plot. Ms. Jones was great, seeming to be an okay person until the end - very effective. While I wouldn't put "Nick of Time" up there with my favorite thrillers, it sports an interesting plot and is worth seeing once.
EllenRebekah A (gb) wrote: Pretty cheesy but has great dancing, and just enough inspiration.
Charles P (us) wrote: While a shamelessly silly movie, Swamp Thing has enough redeeming qualities, including Adrienne Barbeau as the heroine, to offset its disadvantages.
Gregory N (mx) wrote: Amidst all of the radio serial inspired dialogue and projection, it's somewhat remarkable how engrossing the plot thickens, and how intoxicating Scott manages to become. Fairly, the film's blackest mark is the poor media transfer - at points the picture is so dark that it delivers a whole new namesake to the genre.