Vampires and witches in the modern world. Has a complete new spin on the concept. Dark Ones and Light Ones (sort of like in Constantine) battle it out while the light try to maintain a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Vampires and witches in the modern world. Has a complete new spin on the concept. Dark Ones and Light Ones (sort of like in Constantine) battle it out while the light try to maintain a ...
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Collin P (ru) wrote: This is a great movie for giving information and two sides of a story. However, it can get really boring. I think it could have benefitted from having a narrator instead of just going around to people's interviews. Does a good job of the telling a true story though.
Arrin S (it) wrote: One of the best films I've seen in the last few years. Once again the reviews by the critics and audience are killing me. Great original story with excellent acting and a really cool unexpected ending. This movie kept me interested throughout.
Noname (de) wrote: Okey drama/thriller with clint and i enjoyed this one. Great story and end aswell.
bill s (fr) wrote: There are pockets of amusement but boy are they ever so small.
Christina A (de) wrote: One of the best scary movies. :-)
Matt C (br) wrote: Ending is so far fetched
Haytham K (us) wrote: Entertaining adaptation of Agatha Christie's novel. Probably the best thing about this film is its beautiful spanish setting.
Greg W (nl) wrote: sprawling historical/bio-pic
Courtney C (nl) wrote: When you watch the movie "Cars" you and you are from the Ozarks you feel a connection. The ways that the characters from Radiator Springs speak, act, and live are so familiar feeling. There are some characters who are more educated than other or who are able to do work that others could not. That is just how it is here in the Ozarks, there are many different people who live in this are but, we need all of those people because if we were missing one of those parts we would not function as we are now. Working together to get through the rough times is how they survive. They are there to help assist and encourage each other. I would give this movie a five out of five stars because it is a movie that touches close to me and I believe that it is a movie that, no matter what your age is, anyone can enjoy this movie. There are parts of this movie that anyone can take from to learn or simply appreciate. I believe that every person can relate, at least a little, to one of the characters. The major theme of this movie is that you can connect to someone no matter how different you are because in the end we really have more in common than we usually think. This movie showed me that people who come from different places and seem to be so different but in the end, if you pull together, that group can make something great. I have noticed that we seem to bypass things that use to be so important because it takes too long. Personally, I enjoy taking the long ride (sight seeing) because I like to take a step back and see what most never will because they are too worried about time. Why does it matter if you have "all the time in the world" if you do nothing with it. I could not imagine going through life worried only about the little moment, like Lightening McQueen in the beginning, because then you will never enjoy the small things, as Mator shows. The characters in this movie, though it may be a cartoon, remind me of many people that I know. My friends and family could make up the fine people of Radiator Springs because it is so accurate for the people in this area. I believe that the characters are very believable; in fact, I learned that the characters are loosely based on real people. My husband reminds me a lot of Doc because he knows more than he lets on but he will also show people what he can do when he feels that he needs to. My husband works his normal job, does mechanic work on the side, and is always there for people when they are in need. The music in this movie has a way of speaking to the people as they watch the movie. I very rarely feel a connection to a movie because not many movies can capture the feeling of living in an area like the Ozarks. There are people who come here and believe that we are nothing but simple rednecks who know nothing because of how we speak or do certain things. It is important for people to realize that just because the people in smaller towns may do things different doesn't meant that it is wrong. "Cars" is a movie that can touch the lives of many. I believe that this movie is something that can show people a new way of thinking when they see someone who may be different. Even those people that you see as "bad" can change if given the chance and shown the beauty in what is around them.
Kevin R (ca) wrote: The unknown is always a risk Professor Bernard Quatermass has launched a rocket into space that went missing and mysteriously crashes in England. Once the rocket is investigated, it is discovered the crew is dead but they may have passed through an organisms that causes mutations. The organism is initially in a man but later mutates into a larger life form that may threaten the human race. "It must be twenty feet across." Val Guest, director of The Camp on Blood Island, The Abominable Snowman, It's a Wonderful World, When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth, and The Men of Sherwood Forest, delivers The Creeping Unknown. The storyline for this picture is okay and pretty standard for the science fiction genre. I did enjoy the monsters and thought the action sequences were well delivered. The cast delivered solid performances and includes Brian Donlevy, Marqia Dean, Lionel Jeffries, and Jack Warner. "Do you know what you're saying?" "I know what I'm thinking." The Creeping Unknown was a movie my wife DVR'd while flicking through the channels. We are both science fiction fans and we decided to give this a shot. This was definitely a better than average picture for this weak genre. It was far from perfect but definitely worth a viewing if you like the science fiction old school pictures. "Dead or alive they will always be heroes." Grade: B-