Eight talented candidates have reached the final stage of selection to join the ranks of a mysterious and powerful corporation. Entering a windowless room, an Invigilator gives them eighty minutes to answer one simple question. He outlines three rules they must obey or be disqualified: don't talk to him or the armed guard by the door, don't spoil their papers and don't leave the room. He starts the clock and leaves. The candidates turn over their question papers, only to find they're completely blank. After the initial confusion has subsided, one frustrated candidate writes 'I believe I deserve...,' and is promptly ejected for spoiling. The remaining candidates soon figure out they're permitted to talk to each other, and they agree to cooperate in order to figure out the question: then they can compete to answer it. At first they suspect the question may be hidden in their papers like a security marker in a credit card, and they figure out ways to change their environment to expose ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Al H (kr) wrote: After all it's not so bad.
Jacky L (ca) wrote: some unintended comedic moments. i can totally see a HK version of this father/son thriller (and it would most probably star aaron kwok in the lead role, zzzz). not that the film was fab and a must-remake, but 'cos it had the melodrama of a HK cop movie. and frankly i thought it had one too many extreme close ups of "vincent", as yummy as he may be.
Sarah S (de) wrote: This doc got right to the heart of the story. I didn't draw it out, and kept me interested. It plays out a bit like a Chris Hanson special with the on-screen chat messages they make the viewer read. There is a lot to be disturbed about with this doc...To think people can get away with so much without accountability. I'd like to pick that Clinical Psychologist's brain for an afternoon.
Mohammed A (ag) wrote: It is a good movie to watch
Kaustubh S (jp) wrote: "crash" like ... but good performances from the actors makes it a good watch
cli o (br) wrote: no thanks not my thing
Rinji L (us) wrote: pretty much everything I already knew.. but still it can be eye-opening to a lot of people in the world.
Jordan R (jp) wrote: Boring, but well made.
Li T (ag) wrote: I like this movie, but it wasn't as great as A Cinderella Story.
Andy C (nl) wrote: An intriguing premise is wasted on a lazy story and weak acting.
Matt G (fr) wrote: After this second viewing, my thoughts are really pushed forward that this SHOULD'VE been a critique of suburban boredom and paranoia. Instead, it's basically a support for it. However, it's still a cute, funny, and watchable little 80s comedy. Dante's visual style of bright Americana against cartoon-like macabre is perfect, and no one is better than Hanks at silly screaming. Just wish it ended 5 min earlier.
Benny B (gb) wrote: Director Tobe Hooper and screenwriters Dan O'Bannon and Don Jakoby produced one of the most bizarre, outlandish, ambitious and ridiculous (sometimes intentionally bad) B-movies ever made. Based on the book The Space Vampires, Lifeforce is extremely flawed - and occasionally incoherent (it's troubled production evidenced), propelled by 'bad-movie' dialogue - but it is also bloody entertaining.
Ari S (ag) wrote: One of the greatest film adventures an audience will ever take. Action packed, funny and mesmerizing. Steven Spielberg has created a world where kids and adults can strap in and take a ride with the whip cracking professor and archeologist who's adventures are fun, historical and entertaining in the best way imaginable. An instant classic that can be viewed over and over without getting old.
John H (nl) wrote: A film that embodies grace and the struggle for redemption, deeply moving when one is willing to fall into its wordless power.
Nancy S (ag) wrote: I LOVE these 'Road to...' movies!! Bob Hope and Bing Crosby were super toghether!! Throw in Dorothy Lamour and WOW! The laughs don't stop!
Farah R (mx) wrote: There's a depth and reality to the story and Kirsten Stewart brings it to life.
Joe S (ru) wrote: based on a true story veryintense worth a watch not a date movie that's for sure !!! if lord of the files was a bunch of college students in the 70s taking a survey it be the Stanford prison experiment!!
Travis H (ru) wrote: Chi-Raq is undeniably well intentioned and topical in a unique way given its material. However, it sadly suffers severely from being messy tonally, and having too many third act style conversations in the first and second act. Nick Cannon, who was someone I was worried about in the forefront, wasn't as bad as I expected,where Wesley Snipes character on the other hand is another story in itself. And the film biggest issue is subtly. A film like this NEEDS to be subtle and let the audience figure out things and ideas on their own instead of spoon feeding at every moment.At the end of the day, I respect Spike Lee for taking a risk for a story like this. The conversations do spark ones ideas, but you will definitely have to navigate between a lot of noise and odd decisions made.But if Spike Lee's main job was to get people talking, well, he definitely achieved that goal.