Death from Above is a 2011 horror film by director Bruce Koehler. The film features professional wrestling stars Kurt Angle, Sid Eudy, James Storm, Matt Morgan, Terry Gerin and Jessica Kresa . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Death from Above
Thule finds an ancient amulet, and gets possessed by an underworld demon that needs 3 additional amulets, acquiring of which will allow him to take control over the world.
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Jonathan P (gb) wrote: My first adventure in Manga and I came away unimpressed. The foreground and background animation is beautiful but the character animation isn't all that good. Samuel L. Jackson who voices Afro Samurai barely mutters a few words the entire movie. The premises is confusing to say the least Afro Samurai ventures the world killing anyone he can to find the #1 Headband which will make him the best samurai around. Along the way the sister of his best friend (who he tried to kill years ago...or at least it appears that way the script never really says) tries to avenge the damage Afro Samurai caused her and her brother. The story isn't all that interesting and other than SOME great animation Afro Samurai just isn't much good.
Graeme H (ag) wrote: Obscure in its ideas and approach, there is not much for those over eight years old to enjoy in the film, though it does try.
Private U (jp) wrote: As a resident of Green Bay, this was a disgrace of what the people in Green Bay are like. I mean the guy taped most of it in the U.P., we are not uppers. People from Green Bay don't think their the shit when the go to little towns in WI, people from the little towns think we're the shit. Way to study the facts. Go back to chicago and cheer on your bears Pete.
Dustin M (ag) wrote: A criminally underrated political satire.
Matt G (au) wrote: Flat. Unlikable. Annoying. Terribly animated. (Mostly) laughless. Farts. Burps. And so. Many. Puns.
Steph S (jp) wrote: Im not interested in the storyline.
Danielle T (au) wrote: A great retelling of the German vocal group Comedian Harmonists. The actors do wonderful justice to the original music. A great sory that explores Germany right before and during the rise of Naizsm.
Matthew P (es) wrote: Too bad Mina Shum hasn't directed more movies. What an impressive debut. Great acting from Sandra Oh and the rest of the cast.
Neilio O (ca) wrote: Bad, bad, bad, bad, bad, bad, bad.
Walter M (au) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]In "Street Smart," a magazine journalist, Jonathan Fisher(Christopher Reeve), has trouble researching an article about a pimp, even after interviewing Punchy(Kathy Baker), a prostitute, so he fabricates the article, instead. As a result of the article being a hit, he becomes the toast of the town. But the district attorney feels that the imagined pimp is Fast Black(Morgan Freeman) who is charged with murder, and would like to have a word with Fisher...[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]"Street Smart" has a neat premise but the subpar execution leaves it being little more than a B-movie. The seedy Times Square of this film has long vanished and AIDS is never mentioned. But what is not dated is its take on journalistic ethics which remains especially relevant in this day and age.[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]Christopher Reeve makes for an especially weak lead. And it does take some getting used to Kathy Baker playing a prositute but she is very good. Morgan Freeman is excellent in his breakout role. While he never played this type of character again, he would also never again be so virile on screen.("Glory" and "Driving Miss Daisy" were soon on the horizon for him.)[/font]
Gump C (ag) wrote: Forget the uncomprehending raters and take the time to gather in and appreciate one of the best of those special films that made the 70s such a classic era for American cinema: cynical, real world with real men, outstandingly written and acted with a slice-of-life narrative unlike any other you have seen. It takes you on a ground level journey through the lives of the tread-upon, dispossessed, deluded and proudly unbowed. It is hopeful and life affirming, and features a superb script from Terence Malick. This is the sort of movie you have to provide the interstitial scaffolding for out of your own empathy, patience and imagination. For those who haven't got those inner resources, it's bewildering. For the rest of us, its as fun as a great book or a unexpectedly charming bar companion spinning endless yarns into the night. This is a film that separates the men from the boys. If you don't get it, then you aren't one of us.
Eric W (jp) wrote: A neglected but essential Robert Altman masterpiece- and one of the oddest comedies from an era committed to the pursuit of individual vision. Bud Cort as the bird-boy who would fly, Sally Kellerman's best performance as his jealous, fallen angel mentor and Shelley Duval (in her debut) as his undoing. Watch for Rene Auberjonois as the increasingly lunatic professor of ornithology.
Michael T (us) wrote: Engrossing fictional account of the Leopold-Loeb murder.
Andrew L (ca) wrote: The film blatantly, without shame, shows us how Christmas is all about materialism now and without any sense of turning into a film that really does have a message or having three-dimensional characters and a bad climax. Some of the acting is horrid and the jokes seem so forced. But with all that negativity I just spouted, I kind of like the film. Again its so bad, yet so hilarious at the same time. Its a Christmas classic in my book.
Jamie J (jp) wrote: Delightfully offbeat animation from Dreamworks, a nice and frequently hilarious parody of Superman, albeit from the perspective of a villain with an obscenely large cranium. Both the titular Megamind and his superhero rival Metro man are hurled from their dying planet, and upon reaching earth they diverge into two very different paths, one showered with riches and adoration, the other crash landing into a prison and being raised be ne'er do wells.Megamind wears the parallels with Superman on its sleeve, with Will Ferrell doing a hilariously bad Marlon Brando impression at one point, and for the most part the laughs keep coming. Megamind manages to be a rare parody in modern times that actually works, it's clever and doesn't rely on gross out humour to win over the audience. Also gains bonus points for the classic 80s rock sound track.
Nelson Q (br) wrote: Predecible todo el tiempo pero buena para disfrutar un sbado por la noche.
Carlos Z (mx) wrote: Powerful video, but if one does not believe in the Rapture, but in Christ where does that lead us
Sean H (ru) wrote: Hopkins is amazing. The movie is not
Djmk T (us) wrote: One of the best zombie movies I've seen in years! A great original setting for a zombie film as this story takes place following the end of the civil war. For a low-budget film, I was really in awe watching this movie.