Nine years after an infection turns most of the humanity into rabid creatures, Patrick, Jack and Lu, a nine-year-old girl, survive in seeming peace and calm in the forgotten snow-covered town of Harmony. We nonetheless sense that something terrible happened between Patrick and Jack because a deep hate keeps them apart. When the infected appear again, Patrick and Jack will have to leave behind all rancor to protect the one being who means more to them than anything else. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Amber S (ca) wrote: Gotta love a feel good sports film. I was actually not familiar with this story before I saw the movie, but I really enjoyed it.
Michael W (kr) wrote: The chemistry between Saldana and Kutcher is entirely convincing. The movie left me wishing that they were a couple in real life. It was sweet, funny, and I kind of loved it.
Joo Diogo R (gb) wrote: Talvez o melhor exemplo documentado das lei de Murphy, onde tudo o que podia acontecer de mal na realizao de um filme sobre as aventuras de Dom Quixote, aconteceu mesmo. ao mesmo tempo penoso e hilariante ver as caras de todos os responsveis pelo filme passarem da mnima esperana at (C) alcanarem o olhar vazio quando se apercebem que dali j no sai nada de jeito. Pontos extra pela participao do Johnny Depp que partilha muito do ar de "O que (C) que se est a passar?" geral, e da narrao do Jeff Bridges. 4/5.
Douglas B (br) wrote: This one absolutely earns its high scores. A wonderfully written, well acted crime piece. I watched it right after hearing of Bob Hoskins' death, and I was made all the more sad by the passing of such a great talent. He could do more acting just standing quietly in a room than most can do with their very best moves.
Gregory W (br) wrote: sweet touchiong good
Max M (mx) wrote: Early film from director Monte Hellman (Cockfighter, Two-Lane Blacktop and producer of Reservoir Dogs) about a trio of American soldiers (Jimmie Rogers, John Hackett and Jack Nicholson) sent to the Philippines during WWII to attack a Japanese base, with the aid of the Philippino resistance, in order to prepare for an American invasion.Interesting story peppered with some decent anti-war ruminations, that is ultimately hampered by the lack of a decent running time (the film is a scant 1 hour and 9 minutes). The audience has barely enough time to really get to know any of the characters and the action scenes are rather poorly staged.Hellman is normally a very strong director but he is a bit too cerebral for what should have been a straight-up WWII action picture. His subdued style was much better suited for his later pictures such as the offbeat westerns The Shooting and Ride the Whirlwind, both of which also starred Nicholson (who also wrote the later) and the brilliant films Cockfighter and Two-Lane Blacktop.Coming out of the Roger Corman school of filmmaking (his first film was the Corman-produced, The Beast From Haunted Cave), Hellman knew how to maximize a location. Shooting on location in the Philippines he managed to make two movies for the price of one - this one and Flight to Fury, about a search for a lost treasure which also starred and was co-written by Jack Nicholson (the two would make five pictures total together) - for producer Fred Roos, who would go on to produce The Godfather films for another Corman alumn, writer/director Francis Ford Coppola.
Anna N (kr) wrote: Not interested. In general I don't like horror movies.
monty h (nl) wrote: Clark Gable and Jean Harlow team up again after the success of Red Dust and make China Seas better than it ought to be. Gable is ship captain Alan Gaskell who has to deliver passengers safely from Hong Kong to Singapore because of the waters being overrun with pirates. The first time you see Gaskell it is apparent he is coming in from an over-night bender and makes it to his ship just as it's about to sail. His ex-girlfriend Dolly (Ms. Harlow) shows up to razz him about not being committed to their relationship. Also on board is Sybil Barclay (Rosalind Russell), a woman Alan fancied years ago but she married someone else. Well, Ms. Barclay is a widow now and hopes of a relationship is presented before Alan's delight and Dolly's anger. Also on board is Dolly's old drinking Buddy MacArdle (Wallace Beery) who has a hidden agenda. Throw in some rough weather, a jewel thief, the deadly pirates, and a coward of an officer looking to make amends and China Seas has a lot going on. There is a lot of unintentional humor that kinda throws it off every now and then, mainly from Harlow and Beery. But it doesn't ruin the whole movie. Not as good as Gable and Harlow's previous film Red Dust, but still worth a look. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Captain Alan Gaskell: Now wait a minute, Dolly! You and I are friends. We've had a lot of fun together, and, as far as I'm concerned, you're #1 girl in the Archipelago, but I don't remember making any vows to you, nor do I recall your taking any.
Lanky Man P (br) wrote: This is a decent cheesy horror flick.