Gregoire Canvel has everything a man could want: a wife he loves, three delightful children and his dream job - he is a film producer. Discovering talented filmmakers and developing films that fit his conception of the cinema, free and true to life, is precisely his reason for living. Gregoire devotes almost all of his time and energy to his work. Although he spends weekends with his family at their house in the country, even these precious moments are regularly interrupted by demanding directors and concerned investors. While Gregoires very presence commands admiration, and his exceptional charisma lead many to believe he is invincible, the future of his prestigious production company, Moon Films, is in doubt; too many productions, too many risks, too many debts. Storm clouds are gathering, and Gregoires realisation that he may have made one gamble too many will trigger a series of events that will change the lives of his family forever.
Dean M (ru) wrote: This sci-fi pic which tries to emulate Indiana Jones and comes out like a tatty episode of Doctor Who. Conan Lee does an amazing stunt by jumping through the giant fan.
Chris B (us) wrote: Torture and nuclear bombs, films don't get much more manly.
Eric W (jp) wrote: Takes number #2 slot after "Cool Dog" in the category of movies whose names and box art accurately describe the film.
David M (kr) wrote: Esta chistosa, la verdad tiene buena musica y los bailes estn muy padres. Es otro estilo lo cual me agrad mucho. Aunque a veces le dan mucha importancia a detalles que no tienen nada que ver.
Jennifer W (br) wrote: Moving film, good performances. Drags at first. Kevin McKidd is very good as the main character.
Sarah H (es) wrote: Makes me want to read the book. The inbreeding puts a damper on it, though.
Jordan A (mx) wrote: I think this movie is alright it's stupid that Jason only in the movie 10min but it's still a good core movie. But the ending was the best part of the movie in my opinion
Sharn (ru) wrote: one of the funniest movies EVER!!!!
Lena C (ru) wrote: This was one of the most terrible movies I have ever seen. A complete waste of my time. Let me list what was so awful about it:- there was a dog. how did the dog survive atomic radiation???- the editing was atrocious - why was everything brightened?!- the ending scenes were cheesy as flip and completely irrelevant- Petra. All of her acting made me cringe. I felt uncomfortable throughout the film. What is up with her constant seductive smile?- How is a philosophy teacher having an affair with his student? Isn't he meant to be measuring moral code as his profession???- How can he possibly pull off dropping her grade throughout the movie without being fired?!?!?!??!- why does the movie end with Petra's face?- why does he shoot himself? actually does he shoot the sandwich? - that seems more probable given the rest of the movie's terrible plot
Matt B (br) wrote: Gothika is genuinely chilling but ultimately too silly for me to recommend. Would the psychiatric ward really take in their own psychologist if she was accused of murdering her husband? If the ghost is good, why is she slamming Halle Berry against the walls? Also, why does the ghost blow fire out of her hands?This is all very entertaining, nonetheless, but it's just too flawed.
Tim E (mx) wrote: The premise really interested me, but it was just as dull and convoluted as I feared. It tried way too hard to constantly have the "shock factor", leaving a miserable mess.