Devil's Mile

Devil's Mile

A relentlessly-paced hybrid of gritty crime thriller and Lovecraftian supernatural horror, The Devil's Mile follows a trio of kidnappers who take an ill-advised detour en route to deliver ...

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Jeremy L (jp) wrote: I'm Lovin' It! This is a must-watch for anyone taking their MBAs or those who run their own businesses.

Marietta K (it) wrote: But for my sister's (and subsequently my own) obsession with Benedict, I would have missed this movie. Reminded me a little of A beautiful mind, only here the situation is less dramatic (surprisingly, since Nash was the one who wasn't terminal). Maybe it has to do with the VERY happy ending, maybe with the film ending long before Hawking's situation really deteriorates.Or maybe (I might as well admitt) it's because Benedict is just SO cute all you want to do is hug him and protect him from the world (yes, I am pathetic, but I enoy it)...

Grace C (ca) wrote: Not your typical "alls well ends well" heroine action movie.

Erin C (jp) wrote: This was actually pretty good. It was a little slow, but the story was interesting.

Beau K (ca) wrote: Not as good as your Alien series but this is still an entertaining movie. I had low expectations of this but was satisfied by the finished result, if your into Sci-Fi films you will like this. Give it a go!

Greg R (br) wrote: I get it, this film is not perfect, but personally, I can watch it a million times and never get tired of it. Happy Feet is a feel-good, distinct animated film thats visually delightful, has a nice romantic story and a thoughtful, well-constructed message to it. While the songs are not original, their still very catchy, and their enjoyable to listen to in this kind of film. For me, it's hard not to love Happy Feet.

Dan K (de) wrote: Excellent movie, good acting and totally believable from beginning to end. This seems like it may have really happened, but the government had them make this documentary so the information is out there, but told them to say it is a fake documentary. That is for all the conspiracy theorists out there.

Abel D (gb) wrote: Third time's not a charm with D3: Clumsy directing and turgid writing, coupled with some poor attempts at 'Disney-tized' college humour (like a scene where one of our main characters goes under the cheerleaders' table) render the first two acts free of any of the cheesy, feel-good charm that let the original soar a little higher. The third, however, finally amps things back up a little, with a final, genuinely exciting hockey game and genuinely emotional scenes, including the funeral of one of the supporting cast, as well as moments between Bombay & Charlie, but they are just not enough.

Meredith B (it) wrote: a very beautiful and tragic story of the doomed love between a beautiful girl and a preist. the dialogue isn't that great, and the acting leaves something to be desired, but the cinematography is amazing. i loved the inclusion of Argentine history.

Carla Rene M (ag) wrote: Henry Faber aka "the Needle", has a hankerin' for some shankerin', and shank he does...pretty much everyone. I wanted to try to write something clever, but how can something clever come from something so boring? Here's the best I can do...It seems to me that they tried to throw in every ticket-selling element they possibly could. A spy, plenty o' murders, war, a massive storm, a wedding, a cripple, a fire, a character shipwrecked on a remote island, a horridly cliche (and awfully despicable) love affair, an alcoholic, and a little kid.Though the love story element is by far the most irritating. The wife of a man confined to a wheelchair, happily cheats on the father of her child with a complete stranger, while the understandably depressed hubby sleeps upstairs. What's more, even after learning that this creepy lover has beaten and thrown her legless husband off of a cliff , she still decides to sleep with him one more time - but not before drugging her child so they can get down in peace. Is this supposed to be romantic? The cheesy music during the cringe-worthy love scenes sure suggests it.Meanwhile, back in the "spy" side of the story, Sutherland is a good actor, but I just don't buy his performance in this role. And though a ruthless german super-spy with the outcome of the war in his hands, this character would rather picnic with this boring married woman than carry out his duty.Ridiculous.

Stuart K (fr) wrote: Before his untimely death in 1989, Graham Chapman was the only Python who never quite achieved fame on his own away from the comedy troupe. Though he did have a stab at breaking into America with this, a hotch-potch, all-star comedy based on an idea by Keith Moon. :O It looks well shot, and the set design is well done, and it does have a good cast. But that's it, the comedy, what little there is of it, falls flat on it's face. Pity really. It begins with the vicious pirate Yellowbeard (Chapman) being jailed for 20 years for tax evasion, but he won't tell the authorities were he buried his treasure. So, Commander Clement (Eric Idle) sentences him to 140 years. Yellowbeard escapes and is told by his wife Betty (Madeline Kahn) that she destroyed the map leading to his treasure, but she tattooed it on the head of his son Dan (Martin Hewitt). So Yellowbeard ends up with Lord Lambourn (Peter Cook) and Dr Gilpin (Michael Hordern) stowed away on a ship going for the treasure. It seemed like a good idea at the time, but alot of it doesn't work at all, it faced production problems from the word go and the comedy, (alot of it using the r-word and one disturbing sight of Beryl Reid's cleavage is their idea of comedy.) But, the cast presence try to make up for it, including John Cleese, James Mason, Peter Boyle, Cheech and Chong, Spike Milligan, Nigel Planer, David Bowie and Marty Feldman in his last role. It could have been much better.