When a young woman opts to abort a miraculous conception, a Christian Fundamentalist group intervenes. Duped into an adoption scheme, Maggie agrees to carry the baby to term but gradually ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
When a young woman opts to abort a miraculous conception, a Christian Fundamentalist group intervenes. Duped into an adoption scheme, Maggie agrees to carry the baby to term but gradually ...
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Nathan C (us) wrote: This is Nothing! I just watched over 1 hr. 30 min, of Nothing...Bruce willis is bad in this movie, There wasn't a single good act from any of those actors in this movie at all, They were better in other films.And Everything else is a waste of 90 min. and over $16.The Cold Light Of Day Is A Waste, Don't Fucking Bother!Score: 2/10
Moya W (ag) wrote: This movie certainly isn't worth buying, maybe if it cost 1 it would be okay, but sadly it didn't. The acting was absolutely useless. I'm starting to realise now what an exceedingly annoying voice Liv Tyler has. Diane Keaton's trying her best to be funny, but failing. Mike White is boring and unnecessary, you could've taken his role away from the movie and it wouldn't even make a difference. The only okay actor in the movie was Dax Shepherd but to be honest, he wasn't that good either. I must tell you, this movie isn't worth watching twice, and maybe, not even once!
Jackie M (jp) wrote: very enjoyable movie. excellent performance from christian slater.
Enrique S (kr) wrote: Una oscura, violenta, misteriosa, divertida y hermosa pelcula. Un drama original y solido, impactante y nico. Una verdadera obra maestra...
Christina G (ag) wrote: Fanny Ardant doing Callas, as told by Callas' friend, Franco Zeffirelli. An intelligent fiction, with beautiful acting, even if you're not like me and the kind of person who is elated simply by the idea of Fanny Ardant doing Callas. I do sort of wonder why Ardant makes such a big deal of not having studied Callas' master classes and filmed performances in the bonus material--but perhaps it's a diva thing? Either way, much enjoyed.
Eric R (us) wrote: Out of all the 3-D science fiction pictures that came out in the early 80's, the long-winded Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone was one of the most popular. Does that make it good? Well no, but it does beat out a lot of the others (most notably Metalstorm) thanks to a solid cast and better productions values making for a somewhat fun, cornball science fiction ride.Peter Straus plays our title character and as you can tell from the long subtitle that he goes on an adventure into a Forbidden Zone. Well you see three beautiful women crash-land on an E type planet (E, as in Early-type.....oh jeez) that's full of road warrior type clans and cannibals. Strauss is an "adventurer" for hire so he is hired to rescue the girls before the evil ruler Overlord (Michael Ironside) has his way with the girls. So Spacehunter and his android roam the planet in their futuristic vehicle and with the help of an annoying young girl (Molly Ringwald), they try to beat his competition (Ernie Hudson) to rescue the captive girls. Along the way they run into all sorts of weird situations they have to escape from, including a water race of super women and some monstrous fat humanoids.A majority of the film is standard space adventure material and fans of this type of science fiction have seen these type of films before, most likely better. My main beef with the picture is our lead hero. He's supposed to be a loner, anti-hero but Peter Strauss's performance and how he is written makes the character rather boring. He is just a very blah, uninteresting hero. Molly Ringwald's character is annoying as ever but is the way the character is written so she does an adequate job in her first major role.For a film that was filmed in 3D, it actually surprisingly lacked the "comin' at you" shots of shit flying at the camera. It also doesn't have that dull, washed look that many 3D films at the time get when getting a home video release in flat 2D format, which is good. I'm sure people at the time were disappointed as it lacked all the 3D gimmickry of shit coming at the camera but it makes it transfer to the 2D format much nicer without all those shots. I did get a chuckle at the 3D title sequence when the name Spacehunter breaks trough a piece of steel jetting out into the camera. The part that made me chuckle is when the subtitle jets out, it's so small and long that it's almost unreadable. The subtitle is too long fellows and not mention pointless! Newer DVD and VHS releases even did away with the subtitle on the box artwork, showing how pointless it is. It's like they added it as if they were intending on making a sequel. Much like Metalstorm, a sequel never got made and I doubt anyone will be crying over that fact.Spacehunter has enough cornball sequences to please fans of cheesy science fiction adventures, but everyone else will find it forgettable. I would have enjoyed it more if our anti-hero was more interesting. He's just a bore! Thank God all the wacky situations they get in introducing much more interesting side characters.
Jonathan C (ag) wrote: A sequel that tries to replicate the original's suspense and scares, but gets side tracked by excessive gore and a high body count. E for Effort.
Andrew B (fr) wrote: A relatively trippy Disney film that is of course most enjoyable to one's inner child. The way the story unfolds is well done.
Mark S (gb) wrote: Restoration?! Explain why this piece of perfection is only available to me in a print of most faded, nearly unwatchable quality.
Collin c (ca) wrote: I really don't see why everybody loves this film. the humor is dated and so is the soundtrack! it's a guilty pleasure because of the gopher and the golf scenes but otherwise I'd rather watch scary movie 5 10 times! decent film
Marie C (it) wrote: i love this movie.. this is a movie you really hate or love. one minute you laugh, the next you cry..