Six young computer hackers sent to work on a derelict spaceship, are forced to match wits with a vengeful artificial intelligence that would kill to be human. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Six young computer hackers sent to work on a derelict space freighter, are forced to match wits with a vengeful artificial intelligence that would kill to be human.
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Sanal R (au) wrote: A movie that might be a little down standard even for a mass film. Vijay portrays one of his weakest performance with his unlikable gimmicks and horrible one liners. There is nothing much positive to point out other than Mohanlal's presence. Definitely one of the major disappointments this year
John C P (au) wrote: I do enjoy this film, it is fun to watch and entertaining. Yes, I own it, and hae watched it more than 3 times.
Antonia H (gb) wrote: Gentle, big-hearted and amusing.
Keith B (kr) wrote: Remember Round the Twist? Like that, this is Australian, the story is basic, and the special effects are... obvious.
Toby E (de) wrote: A worthy attempt and the writer has potential but this is tripe
Boris M (kr) wrote: Great line up for a kid movie.
Esteban A (ag) wrote: Amazing! Simply Incredible... Inspiring!
Kieran P (jp) wrote: It's hard to explain how good this is. Probably watch it on your own with no distractions
Jose G (ru) wrote: Awesome movie, should have been filmed in 3D.
Scott M (mx) wrote: Probably my favorite Allen film and it seems to be one of his most personal movies.
Stuart K (us) wrote: From Amicus Productions and directed by Kevin Connor (The Land That Time Forgot (1975), At the Earth's Core (1976) and The People That Time Forgot (1977)), this was based on a series of short stories by Ronald Chetwynd-Hayes, (whose works were adapted by Amicus again for The Monster Club (1980)), this is a great Horror film, and portmanteau films like this were very entertaining back then, and they should be revived for today's audiences. Temptations Limited is an antiques shop owned by a mysterious Yorkshire Proprietor (Peter Cushing) whose productions aren't always what they seem. Edward Charlton (David Warner) buys a mirror for a knockdown price, but gets more than he bargained for when he performs a seance in front of it, unleashing a spirit, and turning him evil. Christopher Lowe (Ian Bannen) finds solace in old soldier Jim Underwood (Donald Pleasence), and steals a medal from the Proprietor to impress him, with dire consequences. Reggie Warren (Ian Carmichael) buys a snuff box, and he ends up with an evil spirit possessing his body and William Seaton (Ian Ogilvy) buys an antique door which opens up to an old castle owned by a murdered knight who wants revenge. This is a very entertaining film, and it has some good moments in it, and the odd belly laugh thrown in for good measure, but it's a sad shame that horror like this died out by the mid-1970's, as they were successful back then, and Amicus used to have fun making these films.
Lucero C (de) wrote: Personally a beautiful film!! Strong performance by Bradley Cooper. I'm not sure why critics were so hard on this film!
Knox M (br) wrote: An action packed war epic, Zulu is an extraordinarily entertaining film with a resonant message about violence.