First Spaceship on Venus
A mysterious magnetic spool found during a construction project is discovered to have originated from Venus. A rocket expedition to Venus is launched to discover the origin of the spool and the race that created it.
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Alan S (es) wrote: The fact that a critic doesn't like a movie with spiritual overtones isn't surprising. I like that the coaches kept reminding the kids--its just a game. A movie with positive lessons.
jamie c (au) wrote: interesting information, but even close to add entertaining as super size me.
Chris S (us) wrote: 3 stars. not as funny as expected
Florian C (es) wrote: Un film sympa regarder avec un Clovis Cornillac plus que convaincant dans ce rle sauf que le film n'atteint pas le niveau de Fight Club, film auquel il faire trop penser. Sinon le scnario est sympa dans sa ligne directrice (quoique un peu simpliste) mais s'gare vite avec des petits trucs inutiles et redondant.
Don L (gb) wrote: This movie could have been much better than it was. I blame bad direction and the casting of Matthew Perry in the lead. It had great potential with a clever plot and little used story topic. However the lack of likeability for the characters, nonexistent chemistry between the leads, and absence of laughs in a romantic comedy lead me to only give this 2 stars. I really like Amy Adams, Bruce Campbell and even Elizabeth Hurley but this they were completely under-utilized. Kind of a waste.
Steve W (nl) wrote: A fantastic feel good romance movie from Hong Kong. Sammi Cheung and Andy Lau are perfect together, with great chemistry and character development. It never becomes too cheesy, and it entertains with many subplots.
C T (ru) wrote: This movie really surprised me, and in a good way. The first hour and a half of the film is spent developing the (many) characters and their relationships, instead of jumping straight into the action without any precedence or introduction. While I didn't care about what happened to several of the people, it was nice to see a movie--regardless of when it was released--that can give a large number of characters the time and attention they deserve for the audience to at least appreciate how they impact the story. Afterwards, the movie becomes the mystery, psychological-drama to which it was marketed. The twist ending may seem out-of-the-blue at first, but repeated viewings reveal how Ustinov's character came to the conclusion he did. Death on the Nile is not for everyone, but is a well-produced and well-told story to those with some degree of patience and a mild tolerance for over-acting.
Troy S (it) wrote: Exceptional scenes and cinematography, at times it really felt like a national geographic film. The movie lacks any character development and often times cuts short crucial scenes (i.e., traveling in the Gobi desert takes 30-40 minutes of the film while hiking through the Himalayas is done in the last 3 minutes). Great casting, but it does little when Peter Weir hardly uses them for the story.
Stephen M (gb) wrote: Wonderful cast with a fun story. Unfortunatley the films story lacked structure and original writing. The editing is sloppy and the constant jingling of Hogan's spurs was really over the top annoying. The film could have been much better but still an enjoyable film to take in w/ Eastwood and MacLaine sharing the screen.