Earthling

Earthling

After a mysterious atmospheric event, a small group of people wake up to realize that their entire lives have been a lie. They are in fact aliens disguised as humans. Now they have to make ...

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Daniel H (nl) wrote: A movie with a weird ending A serial killer that stared in a movie broke out of the looney bin wheat in hiding . Years later he showed his face when the movie he stared in is playing again. The movie has a weird awkward twist and the ending is not pleas able . Ended with question and is open for a second part.

Chris B (us) wrote: Malcolm Ingram shows some directing chops, but overall there are to many cracks to overlook. The interview with fred Phelps is rather chilling.

Ranran Z (us) wrote: amazing....captures the tone of Murakami perfectly...

Jessica R (mx) wrote: An okay flick. I only wish Tom Cavanagh had a bigger part. Alan Cumming's character was fun.

Sandra P (it) wrote: the Norwegian way of showing the Nordic atmosphere and feelings, truthful, touching and particular

Yusuf S (br) wrote: Good film but not as great as aditya chopra's last film dilwale dulhania lejayenge.

Kirk M (gb) wrote: What a piece of crap. I had the misfortune of seeing this in the theatre as a double-feature with 'Joe's Apartment' - which turned out to be a way better film.

Gill L (es) wrote: One of my favourites :) Though it's as old as I am, I've loved it since the first time I watched it and try to never miss it when it's on tv. Though the idea of the film is obviously not likely (and in this day could never ever happen) it's still good. I can't explain the element that makes me like it. It's funny.. but not too funny that I could say it's my reason for liking it. I really don't know, it's just one of those movies I enjoy for no particular reason i guess. Anyway, if you see it on tv, watch it and see what you think.

Funkmaster (ca) wrote: One of the better 70's Godzilla movies. Entertaining and some hilarious moments. I just love the monsters and the wacky acting. You can absolutely tell that Honda was made to direct these. The dialogue is almost as good as the originals from the fifties and if you don't create your own dialogue as you're watching then you are not a true fan! All good fun!

Florence N (it) wrote: Outstanding acting by Benoit Ferreux. He carries the movie without any problem.

Jonathan L (au) wrote: This suspenseful tale of revenge and morality reasserts Chabrol as one of France's principle filmmakers and provides a commentary on the bourgeoisie and justice.

Greg W (ca) wrote: sprawling texas epic & one of the first feminist pics BUT just slapping on grey wigs to age the lead characters just ain't enough

Thomas C (de) wrote: When Sergio Leone does a movie he REALLY does it. And here's another proof of his unique talent. His last movie, and first since at least 9 years shows a reached maturity as a director and a human being.

Sam B (fr) wrote: By displaying to audiences a severely dishonest human being, Roger Dodger's thought-provoking script is able to reach a surprising level of honesty. While Campbell Scott plays a hugely unlikeable character (which wouldn't be a problem if the script didn't want audiences to sympathize with him), Jesse Eisenberg is as good as always in his first-ever movie.

Paul N (mx) wrote: Good build up and properly gory last act, what more could you wish for? Film quality made it look like a TV movie though...