Future Shock! The Story of 2000AD
A long overdue documentary that tells the story of 2000AD, the unsung cult hero of the comics industry. This film will celebrate and pay respect to the comic and explore its importance and influence on contemporary pop culture.
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Paul D (ag) wrote: Builds well on the first story, perhaps not as good, but still an entertaining horror.
Barnaby G (es) wrote: Not very different to the Paradise Lost series. Really exposes the ineptitude of the US Justice system.
F B (fr) wrote: Great film on a similar style as Blow but not quite in the same league. Still thoroughly enjoyable.
Teri C (jp) wrote: good movie but beware the end is a little much to take in
ManniMecnecss C (us) wrote: Donnie Yen is always the best!
Peter P (gb) wrote: Semi ok ski movie, although Dean Cameron,funny as he was, is not leading man material.
Paavo I (br) wrote: All Melville movies have the exact same story. But it is always also told with sophistication and great entertainment.
Craig M (de) wrote: Jamie Bell was the reason I had this in my queue. It was the movie he made after "Billy Elliot". Set during World War 1, a company of British soldiers find themselves holed up in a German trench. It's almost immediately obvious what is going on here when after a night time battle it suddenly becomes day. I had thought that was odd and one of the characters even mentions it. In the trench the soldiers have to deal with a supernatural horror as well as they're own madness. The "big" reveal at the end was so predictable and to get there it wasn't worth the journey. This was one of those movies that left me feeling like I had wasted an hour and a half of my life.
Hayden L (kr) wrote: An intriguing premise that could have made a great film is muddled by sadism, a paper thin plot and characterization and is completely devoid of chills or scares.
Richard D (fr) wrote: Not the first film adaptation of an Agatha Christie novel, but the one that set the model for all that came after it. A magnificent ensemble cast is assembled and put through the machinations of Christie's plot. It's not a great plot ... it relies heavily on the characters being too stupid act in their own interests even when self-preservation is involved ... but it's a simple plot that seems pretty great when these actors are executing it. Rene Clair handles it all with elegant simplicity. His mastery of silent film is on display in a dialogue-free opening sequence that masterfully establishes all the characters and their major traits.
Lucie F (au) wrote: Ainda prefiro Take Him To The Greek, mas engraado.
Aaron G (au) wrote: "We'll have an alien invasion in Russia!""Wow, so there'll be crazy badass Russians fighting them and being crazy badass Russians??""No. Whiny privileged American exchange students. Because 'Murica.""So why set it in Russia?""..."