Death of the Megabeasts

Death of the Megabeasts

A team of scientific detectives from around the world attempt to crack one of science’s most enduring mysteries – what killed Australia’s megafauna?

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Andrew M (it) wrote: A Million Ways to Die in the West is hilarious and action-packed. This movie is one of Seth McFarlane's best movies yet. This movie is amazing! I would very much suggest this movie.

Oceanaeco Q (br) wrote: sierra and karim are absoluting amazing for their performance. wish i can somehow watch a live oneday

Roman R (kr) wrote: Es increible que esta historia se situe en el presente, con personajes que gozan de avances tecnologicos pero que siguen viviendo bajo conductas sociales retrogradas. "The Forgiveness of Blood" se situa en Albania donde una familia es acosada y forzada a vivir encerrada en su hogar gracias a la estupidez del patriarca. La cinta empatiza con todos sus personajes y el director Joshua Marston (quien tambien dirigio la fascinante "Maria Llena Eres de Gracia") nos envuelve en este dilema transformando el drama en un thriller poderoso. "The Forgiveness of Blood" es una de las mejores peliculas del 2012.

joey b (gb) wrote: It's okay Brad Pitt tried to make it work and play his part but the film lacks

Drago C (jp) wrote: The finest comedy you can do about Jihad, Four Lions hits the nail on the head and gets funnier with every rewatch. Smart and tight, Four Lions draws most of its laughs from the chemistry of its talented cast, led by the incredibly likeable Riz Ahmed. Watch Four Lions, then watch it again, it gets better with every watch.

Sherry W (fr) wrote: What kind of movie is this lordy what will they think of next. How the toaster burnt the toast?

Isabella B (de) wrote: This was realllllly, really good!

Lore M (es) wrote: Sweet romcom the leads have amazing chemistry.

Dr A (jp) wrote: Allow me to sigh beore I write about this film (long sigh)... What the hell was I expecting from a movie about two lobnely garden tending ladies in the coast of south west England? Horror would've been more apt for such a scene, specially with a stranger found on the beach, but it offered no more than a story with many gaps, let's say it all resulted in a fluffy accidental mystery though nothing was really explained... and that's the problem with adaptation, that the writers try to be so faithful to the original work they forget about the creative freedom that film allows and REQUIRES in order to transmit a VISUAL story.OK, then, I can't blame Maggie Smith or Judy Dench, though an actor can only do so much with a flimsy story like this, but I was ratherintirgued by Dench's obsessive and over-bearing character, roles which i like to see her in instead of that smart iron dame she always seems to be casted for or chooses to be in (she could well be the Morgan Freeman of female actresses, always the same character over and over again when in such roles), but this time she could've been better used, but wasn't.I've extended myself too much on this movie and shouldn't have, because it was so bad. And on that note I'm done.

Private U (es) wrote: I think it's great because it was so unique!

Thomas H (nl) wrote: I'm a huge fan of Lepage but it seems he can't translate the intensity of his plays to film too often. I enjoyed many things about the movie but there's just too many bad things about the supporting cast (most are just awful!) and useless twist in the story to make it really interesting. Worth a watch but with such material it's hard to believe it failed to inspire me. Might have been more of a David Cronenberg thing?

Elijah B (gb) wrote: A totally unnecessary and dull film. I felt pity for the good actors in it!

Mikhail B (kr) wrote: Can well be perceived as a tear-squeezing drama of a young man who wanted to go to war, went to war and died. Another story is about friendship between comrades-in-arms slightly spoiled by the fact that the friendship is inherited from the times of the protagonist(TM)s father and may be a way to get a promotion. And finally, to hell with the stories, the characters' remarks about war and life are witty and enjoyable.

Sgt C (ag) wrote: (18%)Best known now as the trash J.K Rowling watched while/before writing the Harry Potter books. And lets be perfectly clear, this is trash, but it's still somewhat entertaining trash nevertheless. The characters are some of the most annoying examples of badly drawn "people" in any film ever, and it's little wonder why the troll, who has the ability to shape-shift, can go around undetected when everyone is so over-the-top and grating. Although why the troll thought it best to be so overly aggressive while disguised as the little Potter girl is questionable. A key draw to this is the practical effects of the many creatures featured that do manage to raise a chuckle, and the song they "sing" is oddly fun. But besides the rubber monsters everything else is too sub par to bother with.

Richard S (es) wrote: Yes, of course you know going in where The Invitation is going to end up. But the script and performances kept me in suspense throughout, and the how and when and the details of the denouement differ enough from genre standard that I was thoroughly entertained. Plus, hot dudes.

Bill B (jp) wrote: I really loved this film, it pokes very self aware fun at all the Blaxploitation tropes and instead of laughing at them, feels like a loving homage to the genre.Very quotable and well worth numerous viewings.Recommended.

Alex M (kr) wrote: wOw, lots of big names in the cast. ill give it a watch

Poul F (ru) wrote: As a western it works and is made for fans of the genre.