Evolution

Evolution

A comedy that follows the chaos that ensues when a meteor hits the Earth carrying alien life forms that give new meaning to the term "survival of the fittest." David Duchovny, Orlando Jones, Seann William Scott, and Julianne Moore are the only people standing between the aliens and world domination... which could be bad news for the Earth.

When a meteorite falls to Earth two college professors, Dr. Ira Kane and Prof. Harry Phineas Block, are assigned the job of checking the site out. At the site, they discover organisms not of this planet. Soon the site is taken over by the government, forcing Ira and Harry to the side. As the new life-forms begin to evolve and start to get more and more dangerous, it's up to the two professors to save the planet. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nick C (us) wrote: As you'd expect, like 21 jump street, 22 jump street still brings all the laughs and more. Schmidt and Jenko's friendship is tested to the limit in this gripping storyline. This is a must watch film!

Cigs J (ag) wrote: Very Very poor film. From the get-go the SFX were amateurish and the fight sequences hopeless. The actors were professional but the material they had to work with meant that the film remained tedious. Music score was good though and the narrow focus camera work was innovative. But the toilet scenes and vomiting was not pleasant when munching a sandwich as I viewed it. Don't bother.

Amanda S (fr) wrote: Strange movie. The storyline was difficult to follow. I did get a few good laughs at parts that weren't meant to be funny.

Adrian B (ru) wrote: I wanted to like this doc more than I did. The filmmaking was actually outstanding--it was the subject matter that left something to be desired (how un-Buddhist of me, I know), but not unbearable. I wouldn't recommend it to people who don't have an interest in Buddhism or Eastern thought/practice.

MirIam H (es) wrote: Interesting concept for a movie.

PieterJan V (es) wrote: 'Max' tried so hard to be artistic but failed miserably ! Portraying Hitler as a nutjob is easy, making a good movie is more difficult.

Private U (it) wrote: A beautiful mix of happy and sad events in a British reform school centering on the friendship between Brendan Behan and Charlie Milwall. The climax is quite sad, but Behans real life was fraught with tragedy.

Kelly K (gb) wrote: Very simple and poetic, yet you will find yourself quite immersed in the characters as the plot plays out. A lovely little film with tremendous depth and quality.

Drew T (es) wrote: An interesting take on a yakuza-crime film. Loved it and enjoyed the film's calm yet violent tone. Great watch!

Steve W (ca) wrote: Combines some excellent and fast action choreography from the 90's with a period piece setting. The result is fantastic action, but a boring plot and too much exposition.The final battle pits heroes and villains against one another with cool weapons in a courtyard, and it's worth a viewing for the fight scenes alone. Sammo proves that he's not just a good comedic actor, but also adept behind the camera as well. Without his fight choreography and direction this movie would have been more a chore than it already was. Pretty funny cameo appearance as well.

Jason M (br) wrote: The problem is: frogs really are not menacing creatures. So this is just boring. But check out brown-haired mustache-less Sam Eliot, and young super-cute Joan Van Ark. Boy, too bad about her, huh? Also, there is a kick-ass sparkling gold Glastron speedboat that's worth seeing, if you're into that sort of thing.

Craig E (jp) wrote: Unfortunately, it is a film that has not aged well. While it may have been whimsical and funny in its time, it comes off as silly, unbelievable, and with dialogue that is so empty of purpose that it just comes off as filler until the next round of lunacy. Additionally, the acting is so over-the-top and grandiose theatrical -- a product of its time -- as to become distracting for an audience used to actors bringing honesty to their performances. While certainly a curious subject matter, it's far from Hitch's better films.