Based on the epic graphic novel by John Bergin, FROM INSIDE is the tale of Cee, a young pregnant woman who finds herself on a damaged train slowly transcribing its way across a bleak, apocalyptic landscape. Flood, war, starvation, and a plague of death threaten the train's passengers. Cee struggles through these dangers while coping with the memory of her lost husband and the imminent birth of her child.
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(br) wrote: I enjoyed the first transporter movie, I have not seen the second but number three has the plot of a cartoon but the action is enjoyable. I only watch this movie only for the action
(es) wrote: this is the best movie ever
(kr) wrote: funny film the mum switches with the daughter its jokes they have to live each others lives in each others bodies
(jp) wrote: if u wanna laugh ur ass off watch this movie... no one knows about it cuz its old but its hilarious
(gb) wrote: Can anyone tell me where I can buy this dvd please? Lalita is better than Bronson and Willis put together! "Hell hath no fury" and all that...
(ru) wrote: "Uma Loura de Verade"
(au) wrote: Release Date: June 1, 1992
(gb) wrote: i loved it, especially the sound track when we first meet the zombie.
(it) wrote: It's contrived and obvious, but it has a sweet tone and chemistry between the leads that make it more bearable than half of the Nicholas Sparks adaptations we see nowadays. Thank heavens for that.
(es) wrote: Passionate performance by Anna Magnani in this shattering portrait. Like Caravaggio, marginalized people are filmed with religious elevation. One feels deeply for Mamma Roma in this epitome of unrewarding motherhood, and tragic circumstances, it is the strong who is capable of powerful emotions.
(mx) wrote: just love this movie
(jp) wrote: Well paced, good storyline, solid acting, worth watching.
(gb) wrote: Michael Ritchie's 1969 film-on-skis distills the elitist winter sport - and sports, in general - as aesthetically-pleasing to watch but ultimately one-dimensional and shallow like the athletes that represent it. Robert Redford's not-so-nice guy who finishes first is a damning critique of a sports athlete, in a medium where high-level athletes often attain god-like status. In several innovative scenes, Ritchie places the camera on skis, literally tracking his hero's descent to earth.