Forbidden Territory: Stanley's Search for Livingstone
British explorer Henry Stanley travels to Africa in 1871 seeking missionary David Livingstone.
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Tiffany B (it) wrote: This was a decent movie I would watch this on a rainy day
Ralph M (au) wrote: What in the name of baby Jesus happened to this film. I would stay as far away from this one as possible. I never expected much out of it, but WOW! From the acting to the stunts, it's just painful to watch. The martial arts choreography is some of the sloppiest and poorly executed I have seen in a long time.
Sylver D (ag) wrote: It is kind of a wake up commedy movie, I enjoyed.
Paris S (de) wrote: Self aware without being self deprecating, ThanksKilling is absolutely hilarious. It's intentionally 'so bad it's good', but hardly anything more than that. Some unintentionally funny moments will have you wondering if said moments were actually intended, but ThanksKilling never winks at the camera and lets you know for certain. In that regard, ThanksKilling is sometimes better than the film itself gives credit for. Without wasting too much of your time, ThanksKilling does leave a small impression, and some of the quotes are genuinely memorable. If you happen to see it on Netflix, I'd give it a watch if you're into this sort of thing. Also, points for an excellent villain.
Doug K (mx) wrote: kilmer was great as always, smart is gorgeous, story line is ok. i wouldn't run out and get it.
Brandon C (mx) wrote: Home on the Range is definitely one of Disney's low points of animation films. Most of the characters are uninteresting and the animation is like a downgrade compare to other Disney films.
Bryan D (nl) wrote: While the film could have used more raunchy humor like earlier films, its still a very enjoyable addition to the series, and a decent final chapter to the story. And no, I don't consider Vacation with Helms and Applegate to be part of the story. That film is a far worse attempt to rely on nostalgia than Ghostbusters or TMNT.
Amber B (br) wrote: icelandic scenery galore!
Bobby G (ag) wrote: Here's a film that not everyone under the sun is going to enjoy. Being a big Talking Heads fan, I was exuberant when i found this at the local record and movie store. I admit, I was taken aback by the film. It was definitely not what I expected. The film centers around the town of Virgil, Texas where eccentric and colorful characters roam free and show some of the most absurd parts of contemporary society. John Goodman is a lovable hoot as the lonely but optimistic songwriter who is looking for a wife. The story begins to revolve more around him about half-way through, which, though it is sweet to watch, leaves the viewer somewhat empty-handed after the absurdities (quirkily narrated by David Byrne) displayed in the first half. And of course, Byrne himself, face of the Talking Heads, plays the outsider- a lanky man in a cowboy suit, taking note of the various wonders displayed in the suburban town. He is a joy to watch, especially with those unique voice inflections of his. The album True Stories released by TH is not so much a soundtrack of the film as a reworking of songs. Most can be heard in the film sung by actors save for "Love For Sale" "Wild Wild Life" and "City of Dreams." True Stories could have been one of the most definitive films of modern American culture- it has all the makings. However, due to the somewhat lack writing and devotion to small things (then again it's Byrne so what do we expect?) leave it standing as a somewhat memorable piece of obscure Americana. If youre looking for an entertaining and surreal film, True Stories is a good choice. However, don't go looking for any dead salesmen here.
Marta R (fr) wrote: Great movie, unfortunately it had to be based on true-to-life incidents.
Harold V (nl) wrote: GRAND AND GLORIOUS.RAY HARRYHAUSEN'S MASTERWORK.
Chris C (ca) wrote: I haven't watched this movie since I saw it when it was first released on DVD some 15 years ago. It's still enjoyable enough but it feels very dated. Pretty well done for a $23 million budget, but admittedly it borrows a lot from those films that came before it.
Francisco Q (jp) wrote: One of the most realistic movies about the corrupt and dark life in India. Dev Patel's journey is great, you're always expecting him to find the woman of his life. It' turns into a feel-good movie at the end, that seems more like a musical scene, but after so harsh times, maybe we deserved that.