A father travels with a UN envoy to the isolated town of Tashlinsk in search of his daughter, who has been institutionalized by a group of "non-humans". He must race against time before the... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A father travels with a UN envoy to the isolated town of Tashlinsk in search of his daughter, who has been institutionalized by a group of "non-humans". He must race against time before the...
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Scott M (fr) wrote: ranks with Band of Brothers as the best two mini-series ever.
Long L (au) wrote: The very idea of this "monster" resulting from a cosmic possession is almost laughable. And even though this movie might be considered a horror/comedy, I found it to be neither. It was actually a little painful to watch, but I moved forward. They should have added SOMETHING to give it a little redeeming value. All I kept thinking was, "is it done yet?" And the ending...? Well, it was an ending, I'll give it that.
Emily G (us) wrote: meh, Fnac put this one in the wrong place and really overpriced it...meant to be bollywood, wasn't, no songs! But that's 'cos I was misinformed. Not too bad otherwise, for what it was...
Mikko L (gb) wrote: Ellen Pompeo (from Grey's Anatomy) is an art agent who is summoned to Barcelona to investigate the theft of an El Greco painting. Why? What credentials has she for the job? In the flick this has been justified that she knows the major players in the field, art collectors, even the dirty ones. What an expertice, don't you agree? Oh, come on... I can't do this. Pompeo's husband shows also up in Barcelona, which is a nice city, but for his role they cast... They cast... They cast a Baldwin brother!
Ian C (br) wrote: All time best ever movie xxx
Eduardo C (kr) wrote: Stunning, visual feast about warlords trying to consolidate power in 1573 Japan. The protagonist is the warlords double who at first has the audacity to accuse the warlord of being a criminal, but by the end of the film is willing to die for all that he represents. Over the course of 3 hours Kurosawa shows us how this transformation takes place. It's the last film with Takashi Shimura, who was in 21 Kurosawa films.
Sam W (br) wrote: A documentary style film that doesn't so much explain the plot and scenes as let you experience them and draw your own findings. Good use of scenery, strong acting, and contrast between the aborigine and developed cultures, but ends up being too bizarre, mixed and inconsistent to have much impact.