Dragons or Dinosaurs: Creation or Evolution
Dragon images, legends and lore exist all over the world in many different cultures. But what if dragons were actually dinosaurs? CREATION OR EVOLUTION? Dragon images, legends and lore exist all over the world in many different cultures. But what if dragons were actually dinosaurs? Dinosaurs are often used to discredit the Bible, so what if their existence actually helps prove its veracity? DRAGONS OR DINOSAURS? answers these and other questions that surround this controversial theory.
- Stars:Rob Carter, Ken Ham, Darek Isaacs, Otis Kline, David Menton, Chuck Missler, Jonathan Sarfati, Frank Sherwin, Andrew Snelling, Brian Thomas,
- Director:André van Heerden,
- Writer:André van Heerden
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(ca) wrote: A charming indi-scifi-romance thingy.
(ca) wrote: a TERRIBLE movie by any standards. No plot or story whatsoever and no emphasis laid on creating a flow in the film. Just after half an hour you begin to wonder when this is going to end. Just nothing positive to write at all about this movie. Watch it ONLY if you want to see Priyanka. Total waste of time.
(mx) wrote: I can't think of a good way of describing it. The story's coherent, but you can't just make any sense of the characters' actions. It's sick, intriguing and shocking - the images you're bound to remember. Can't even come to a conclusion whether I liked it or not.
(jp) wrote: Pretty good. Every means of encouragement.
(au) wrote: I'm thinking just about one thing - maybe that's why girls have small dogs (like P.Hilton) :)
(kr) wrote: i loved this movie so much it was so cute and inspiring
(gb) wrote: Hot Shots! Part Deux is directed and co-written by Jim Abrahams, and it stars Charlie Sheen and Lloyd Bridges in a sequel parody of action films in general about a captured man being at Saddam Hussein's headquarters, and the president of the United States has come to Topper Harley (Charlie Sheen) for help, which he accepts and go rescue the man with his other soldiers. I actually bought this DVD for a dollar as I actually liked it, and even when I watched it again, I still enjoyed it, even better than the original. Charlie Sheen is great as he is in these type of films, and the rest of the acting are also good at taking the silly jokes serious. The jokes in here got me laughing more than the first one did, and that's probably because I watched more of action films like this that are dumb fun, and the characters are still entertaining to watch. The chemistry between the main hero and the love interest gives some laughs that are adorable to see. The gags are clever, and while there are some jokes that didn't necessarily fly, there is always something after it that makes you laugh. There's not much to say about this film, other then the fact that this is probably one of these last parody films that are hilarious that remain to be respectful to the other films that it's parodying.
(au) wrote: With this great cast and interesting way to remind people of the great Charlie Chaplin, I could not be more severely disappointed when the movie finally ended. First the positives, Robert Downey Jr. played a really great Charlie Chaplin. He got the mannerisms of Charlie Chaplin spot on, he looked a lot like him at times, he got Charlie Chaplin's slapstick comedy right on, and Robert Downey Jr. was just the perfect actor to play Charlie Chaplin. The costumes, makeup, and cinematography were all done extremely well and I felt like I went through the movie's time periods. Sadly, those are where my positives of the film end and where I start to name all of the movie's flaws. My flaws start in the middle of the movie. After an interesting first half, the middle half starts and the movie became more and more boring and slow and I then realized the movie was going to be below average. After seeing him getting in the film business, we start seeing a whole lot of his personal life and all of the many women he had relationships with. The relationship building was so poorly done because you would just have actresses come on for a few minutes and then they would disappear for the rest of the whole movie. In the relationships, he would give certain women a few looks and the next scene, he would already be in bed with the woman. It was clear to me, that these type of scenes really felt rushed and sloppily put together and they added nothing to the feature except more run time. Another thing is that they could have focused a bit more on Charlie Chaplin's rise as an actor and less on his personal life because it wasn't very interesting to watch. During the middle and final hour of the film, it focuses on his personal life and the reason why it didn't work for me is because I thought the way it was directed was bland and I became more emotionally detached to the characters as it played out. In my opinion, I didn't think a single actor stood out at all in the supporting cast. Kevin Kline, Marisa Tomei, Milla Jovovich, and even James Woods were all completely wasted and none of them gave a quality performance because they were underutilized. Fresh off of his Oscar win for Silence of the Lambs, Anthony Hopkins' performance was just really basic to me and he had nothing to do except interview Charlie Chaplin. The 2 and a half hour running time really hurt the movie a lot and they were multiple times where I was bored to tears. In the end, this was just a really forgettable biopic and this was not the proper way to honor Charlie Chaplin and this is certainly a movie that I will forget more and more as time goes on.
(gb) wrote: A feel-good film about a master-of-disguise, HouseSitter bubbles with charm, and boasts two of the funniest actors in American comedy cinema.
(ca) wrote: When I was 4 I laugh with tears at the hat scene, now I do the same with my 4 years old daughter!
(kr) wrote: Without a top-heavy cast, the story itself gains focus, and I think the story of No Name on the Bullet is fascinating. What happens when a notorious contract killer rides into town and...does absolutely nothing... Everyone dies--Audie Murphy had finally gotten a role where he could show his dark side... Instant karma's gonna get you!!