Sent on a mission to rescue humanity, an angel (Andy Whitfield), who like others of his kind periodically takes human form to help battle the forces of darkness, tries to save one (Samantha Noble) of his own. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Gabriel tells the story of an archangel who fights to bring light back to purgatory - a place where darkness rules - and save the souls of the city's inhabitants.
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Andy G (ag) wrote: I still enjoy the main characters in these movies, and the Scrat scenes are always fun, but it feels like they just keep adding new characters every movie and the cast is just way too massive to give any proper attention to any characters, plus the story is weak. It's entertaining enough for a single watch if you've enjoyed the series, but they need to stop making Ice Age movies.Personal Grade: BTechnical Score: 69%
Luke L (ru) wrote: One of the worst movies I have ever seen in my life. I have never rolled my eyes in a movie so many times.
WS W (ca) wrote: The repeatedly back & forth narrative, just makes this actually dull coming-of-age storyline even much more annoying.
Gimly M (ag) wrote: Most assuredly not a failure of a film, but there is absolutely nothing about P2 to make it stand out or separate it from the mounds of other garbage the horror genre has been heaping out in the 21st century.
Steve S (ca) wrote: ** (out of four) A hit and mostly miss comedy about the Black Cat Cafe and the various stories that happen with several of its customers. As with many films like this, the interest varies greatly from story to story. Too bad more of them weren't interesting.
Baurushan J (br) wrote: The story is about a bunch of people who are on aboard a ship (don't ask, it's a long story) when suddenly, the ship gets infected with a virus causing the ship to go halfway down. When 99.99% of the ship members die, it's up to Finnegan played by Not-Jim Carrey, Trillian, an unfunny comic relief guy and a group of randomly unknown military shitpieces to escape and destroy this giant monster mollusc. Oh and did I mention that there's a crew member who snakes on them? Trust me, you're going to have a hard time following these characters as they're annoying at times. But what would you expect from the director of Van Helsing and The Mummy: Tomb Of The Dragon Emperor. That's right, it was the infamous Stephen Sommers who directed this movie. There was some of Die Hard in this movie, a tiny bit of Alien but a lot of The Poseidon Adventure was taken into this movie. I'm guessing that this guy didn't have much creativity going on when he both wrote and directed this movie but Deep Rising gets a 5.5/10.
Paul B (au) wrote: yeah a good feeling film..my mums fave hehe
Jenny W (jp) wrote: How could you not love this movie~
Matthew M (jp) wrote: goofy movie but not for kids
Stephanie T (gb) wrote: Was Super Fuzz ever a great comedy? No. Terrence Hill, who. Is actually half Itallian and half German was clearly not a great actor, plus most of his work was in Itallian b-movies, so having him act in English, was not very effective. However, it was goofy and that was what made the movie a cult hit. Can it be remade into a better film? Yes, but the only actor that can come close to playing David Speed is Greg Kinnear. Kinnear looks like he could be Terrence Hill's long lost son.
Arnaud L (br) wrote: Watchable (thanks to its all right choreography) but highly forgetable early Jackie Chan/Lo Wei collaboration.
Michael n Vicki L (es) wrote: Mostly fiction, and poorly done. First of all, Jesus was not killed, He freely gave up His life. That is the belief if you're a Christian. If you're not Christian, or don't believe that, then why would you have a bit of concern if Christians do believe it? But this bogus book and movie is frankly quite poorly documented. We started to watch it and after less than 10 minutes turned it off. Uninspiring, and carries no spirit of truth. Not recommended.
Jim B (de) wrote: There are films which are "so bad they're good" and films which are "so bad they're bad" . Sadly, this falls into the latter category. The fight scenes are reasonably well choreographed but the use of slow motion just serves to highlight that they are staged and that punches are being pulled. They also do not compensate for a poorly conceived story-line, terrible dialogue, bad editing and worse special effects. I know it didn't have a massive budget but the green screen foreign location shots and London skyline were what you'd expect from an "Asylum" production and the airships were reminiscent of "They Live". As for the acting. I think much of the supporting cast must be Noel Clarke's mates down the gym. Never have I seen an actor so nervous being filmed that his chin is shaking...well, not until now!If you can make it through the the entire film without A: Losing interest, B: Losing faith in the British film industry or C: Losing the will to live; then you're a better man than me!
Andrew L (mx) wrote: The Americanized version of "Gojira" is a fine film although I image the original Japanese version is superior.
Andres E (mx) wrote: one of the most well acted gangster films I've seen in a long time