A young couple, physiologist Agla and filmmaker Gunnar, wake up at a glacier drilling camp only to find the camp mysteriously abandoned and their co-workers gone. When searching for the lost team they realize they’re up against an unknown deadly force.
- Stars:Helgi Björnsson, Einar Dagbjartsson, Valur Freyr Einarsson, Elma Lísa Gunnarsdóttir, Anna Gunndís Guðmundsdóttir, Bjartur Guðmundsson, Hallur Ingólfsson, Hilmir Jensson, Hilmar Jonsson, Halfdan Pedersen, Björn Thors,
- Country:Iceland, Finland
- Director:Reynir Lyngdal,
- Writer:Jón Atli Jónasson
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(au) wrote: one of the best Happy movie I have seen in recent times. made me miss New Zealand.
(it) wrote: A forgettable spy film with a great cast and some good action scenes but little else. The story drags with way to much focus on the predictable father daughter relationship. Amber Heard gives an awful performance. Forgettable film.
(gb) wrote: It starts off with a nice comedic premise, but that's about all there is to it. With uninteresting plot, humorless comedy and annoying voice work, A Town Called Panic is strictly for the fans of French animation, comedy and stop-motion animation.
(de) wrote: Mona is slightly creepy
(fr) wrote: There are many other ways to better spend 101 minutes. Skip this one.
(us) wrote: This movie was great! Bob Hoskins nude! Fantastic & hilarious!
(ru) wrote: My all time favorite chick flick. Its such a pleasure to the eye. beautifully shot. A must see for women who've recently broken up. sure to make you feel better. Thats how i got to love this movie so much, besides; i've lived like Diane Lane. Can so bloody identify with the character.
(jp) wrote: Plot/Summary,Based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks, Message In A Bottle stars Robin Wright Penn as Theresa Osborne, a writer for the Chicago Tribune. While her son visits her cheating ex-husband, Theresa goes on a vacation by herself. One day, while running on the beach, she finds a bottle washed up on the shore. She opens it and inside finds a love letter unlike any she's ever read. Captivated by the author's words of love, she returns to her job at the Tribune where she convinces her boss to run an article about the mystery writer, known only as "G." He approves, and Theresa begins her hunt. Scrutinizing every physical detail of the letter and the path the bottle may have taken, she eventually locates Garret Blake (Kevin Costner), a North Carolina boat-restorer who has not been the same since the tragic death of his beloved wife Catherine. Since her death, Garret has written several letters to his dead wife, put them in a bottles, and let them loose in the sea. As Theresa spends time with Garret, she quickly falls in love with him, though she neglects to tell him she knows about the letters. Garret, prodded by his cantankerous, no-nonsense dad, Dodge (Paul Newman), emerges from his shell of grief and develops an interest in Theresa as well. Theresa returns to Chicago and Garret soon visits her; he meets her son, Jason (Jesse James), but also discovers her knowledge of the letters. Eventually the two, who have both lost love, must cast off their emotional baggage and decide if they will pursue love even if it can't always last.My ReviewThis okay film based on the novel written by the great Nicholas Sparks revolves around a Newspaper researcher named Theresa Osborne played by Robin Wright Penn who stumbles across a letter in a bottle penned by grieving shipbuilder Garret Blake played by Kevin Costner who writes to ease the pain of his dead wife. But when Osborne tracks Blake down, their growing attraction is endangered by their pasts. I have no idea why but whenever Nicholas Sparks books are turned into films i really don't like them that much. The only films that are based on Nicholas Sparks book's that i enjoyed where A walk to remember and The Notebook. But this while with it's great story and good acting by the two main actors a message in a bottle just seems to fall flat to me. But anyway it's a solid film and should be given some recognition for it's good acting and story and must be given a one time watch. Message in a bottle recieves a 3.5 out of 5.
(gb) wrote: Aunque no del gusto de todos y con un cincuenta por ciento en contra, este filme de De Palma es uno de mis favoritos. Maduro, siniestro, efectivo con una actuacin impresionante por parte de John Lithgow y una excelente edicin por parte del veterano Paul Hirsch. Un guin tal vez no perfecto pero que realmente logra captar la atencin del pblico, como siempre un homenaje directo al maestro Alfred Hitchcock. No imperdible pero puede que resulte interesante conocer esta obra.
(gb) wrote: 11 years after the first installment, you would have thought the graphics would have got a little better.......but it wasn't to be! If anything, there was less action, less gore, and generally less reason to watch it (although i did jump once). On this basis, i doubt there will be a 3rd edition of this! I even think they used exactly the same screen shots of the alligator, as they did in the first movie........talk about a low budget!
(mx) wrote: Cute movie...Seemed fitting since I just saw the real place in person :-)
(kr) wrote: When my brothers and I saw this pic in the early 60's it scared the bagebees out of all of us. This is the only movies that I know of that frightened by big brother who was afraid of nothing.It is about something believable. Witches are not my cup of tea. I need to see this one again to know if it still has that power over me. I need to see it with my big brother - lol.
(de) wrote: I have a real soft spot for The 49th Parallel. It's certainly not held up by many as the best of Powell and Pressburger but it's one of those films I find myself drawn to again and again - P&P's warm and involving characterisation, the landscapes of Canada, Vaughn Williams' evocative score (given its due reverence as an 'honorary' character in the title sequence) are all scrumptious trimmings to a thoroughly exciting story. Along with Hitchcock's WWII propaganda films 'Lifeboat' and 'Foreign Correspondent' and Cavalcanti's 'Went the Day Well?', it is the very best of its type - a call to arms that also happens to be cracking good cinema. The cast list reads like a roll-call of all the great (mostly) British character actors of the day and, excepting the misfire of Olivier's phony accent, no-one puts a foot wrong. And how marvelous that Powell & Pressburger made such a successful piece of anti-Nazi propaganda and still managed to sneak in not just one of their trademark 'good' Germans but two - Anton Walbrook as Peter, the 'leader' of the (German!) Hutterite commune [his blistering speech is deeply moving and is certainly the heart of the film's message] and Niall McGinnis as Vogal, the German soldier who finds his conscience just a little too late - his demise being the quiet tragedy of a man who wanted a return to a simple life baking bread, instead of being an unthinking killer!
(br) wrote: good psychological-supernatural tale.
(it) wrote: What the hell is this crap. Surreal nonsense, incomprehensible dialog and a storyline that makes zero sense whatsoever.Complete mess.
(us) wrote: 10 rates lovin the movie <3