A group of teenagers go on a excursion to the mountains. There, they are attacked by birds infected with a lethal virus. When the teens reach a nearby village, the haunting birds start passing their virus on to all the dwellers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Flu Bird Horror
A group of teenagers go on a excursion to the mountains. There, they are attacked by birds infected with a lethal virus. When the teens reach a nearby village, the haunting birds start passing their virus on to all the dwellers.
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Gina P (mx) wrote: I have no idea why this thing got so many bad reviews. I thought it was more or less perfect.
Larry C (kr) wrote: Do not recall it well
Alejandro E (jp) wrote: Will make you laugh,will make you cry.Shall not miss it
Christopher C (es) wrote: This review is based on watching this movie for 30 minutes but that was able all that I could take of this movie. The plot is completely non-sensical.
Katie B (gb) wrote: A refreshing and honest film that really showed what high school is like. It proved that no matter what clique you are in, high school is rough. The one thing I did not like too much were the random animation sequences.
Jesse O (ru) wrote: This is a good movie but I found that it just doesn't really ever gets to a higher level. I like the idea of these cousins who are so morally deficient that, just for fun, they make bets with each other to ruin people's lives. I mean this is a GREAT idea, ripe for comedy and seeing how this asshole, and he really is an asshole at the beginning, tries to manipulate a good woman into doing what he needs her to do to win the bet. Of course, all this manipulation, since Lady Jung ends up being a more challenging conquest than he's used, leads to Won falling in love with her. And the arc of this character is certainly good enough, but there's something about Bae Yong-jun, who plays Won, that doesn't feel like he really changed. He's actually quite good in the role as this manipulative jerk but since he was so good at it, it was hard to believe that he would ever change, especially when there was nothing about his performance that really made you believe that he was changed by his love for this woman. Perhaps it was his body language, but I didn't buy it at all. Not to say he wasn't good, because he was. Jeon Do-yeon, who I find to be one South Korea's best actresses, is also really good in her role but there's something about the way she delivers her line at the end where it just feels like she's overacting. Perhaps it's not overacting and just the fact they try to make this love story to be too important by tragically killing off the main characters. I wouldn't call it melodramatic at all, it's just that the movie overstates the point. I don't think you needed to kill off both characters to get over the fact that they loved each other. It just felt like too much. Even with its flaws I found this movie to be good, and I found Won's attempt to conquer Jung to be the highlight of the movie. The weakest parts end up being the drama, even if it's still solid. There are some great performances in this movie though. Solid stuff right here.
Ken S (ru) wrote: Peter Jackson almost surprisingly moved from B-Horror films right into serious drama with this film about two young girls who form a tight bond, create a number of fantasies for themselves, and eventually commit a heinous crime. The cast is strong, especially a young Kate Winslet, in her first starring role. Probably more than anything gave Peter Jackson the credibility to move onto more serious projects, so he could eventually take the reigns of the "Lord of the Rings" Trilogy.
Uncle S (de) wrote: I gotta watch it everytime it comes on
Jessica J (kr) wrote: My friends dad worked on this case....excellent movie!
Tristan P (gb) wrote: Creepy and effective modern day vampire flick benefits greatly from Robert Quarry's excellent performance (he's on par with Lugosi and Lee... yes, he's THAT good).
Vtor M (br) wrote: Para o mestre do surrealismo Luis Buuel's quando uma mulher como Severine, vai de quarto em quarto para fazer sexo, a carga ertica no vem de quem est esperando no quarto, mas do fato de que ela est caminhando para ele. O sexo sobre si mesma. Amor, claro, outra questo. muitas imagens que cada um interpreta sua maneira, dificilmente duas interpretaes deste filme sero coincidentes. ****
Mara B (br) wrote: I normally like silent movies, but the storyline of this one just didn't grab me - too sentimental and sappy and the first half was kind of boring. It didn't help that the DVD was horrible quality. No attempt was made at restorating this film. I gave it 2 1/2 stars mainly for Janet Gaynor who won a well deserved Oscar for her performance as Angela.
Juan V (gb) wrote: Bastante fiel al dibujo que recuerdo
Matthew S (ru) wrote: The biggest problem with this film is the failed attempt to add realism to a sequel to a truly magical old-school Hollywood musical. But when Streisand sings the film comes to life. It is also important to note that this was the last film shot by the great James Wong Howe. And, his brilliance is in full force. A beautifully shot movie. This movie is for Streisand fans only -- and I am one. So, I like it.
Torsten D (br) wrote: [b]THE CANDIDATE[/b] [b](Michael Ritchie, 1972) - 8.0 / pro [/b]The storytelling quality might be flawed, but I guess, director Ritchie didn't care for that. This is a political pamphlet and the subtelty makes it worthwhile. The film delivers without being preachy. [b]HUSBANDS (John Cassavetes, 1970) - 6.0 / mixed[/b]The film is based on three major sequences only. When the film is good it's really masterfully done (e.g. the scene on the toilet, when the three husbands let their guards down), but when it's bad, it's boring. Especially the final London sequence is extremely uninteresting, but everything the film has wanted to say has already been sad and I was waiting endlessly for the obvious final scene. [b]THE CONVERSATION (Francis Ford Coppola, 1974) - 7.0 / pro[/b]Strong beginning, strong ending, but the middle part dragged beyond words. However, that might have something to do with fact that I noticed too late that the film would go beyond a simple thriller. The final image is haunting. I want to see again one day. [b]MONSTER (Richard Jenkins, 2003) - 6.5/pro[/b]The first half is from the serial killer sketch book. Drop a line or two about the bad childhood, show that the main character is not given a chance by society and let the first murder happen because of understandable reasons. The end is surprisingly involving and hits the mark, but the film is also a little manipulative in reaching this effect. Charlize Theron alone saves this from a mixed.
Khristina W (ru) wrote: I lost 2 hours of my life I can never get back.
Dan N (jp) wrote: Weird - probably missed the boat with this one. Should have seen it years ago - might have appreciated it more.