GoBots: War of the Rock Lords

GoBots: War of the Rock Lords

The Go-Bots fight to rescue the Rock People.

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Martin B (mx) wrote: A simple but serious story of a true attraction between two adult souls with superb acting by both Sandrine Kiberlain and Vincent Lindon.

Tooba A (jp) wrote: i love barbie all movies..........

David L (ru) wrote: A Serious Man is another very overrated work from two very overrated directors. It has its intriguing moments, the prologue is very interesting and the premise is actually quite fascinating, but the Coen brothers wasted such a great premise on such a poor execution with far from great performances and an unfortunate lack of focus plus there is no point to it whatsoever.

Craig B (au) wrote: WHO KILLED THE ELECTRIC CAR (2006) tries to persuade its audience that quality zero emissions vehicles are not only viable, they've already been made. General Motor's EV1 was a limited release electric car that hit the market in the 90's, only to disappear inexplicably a few years later. Several culprits are fingered, including the oil industry (which stood to lose billions in future profits,) the goverment (which joined in a lawsuit against California to fight against its zero emissions vehicle laws, eventually causing the state to remove electric cars from the list of vehicles which met the ZEV requirements,) and GM itself (which never actually sold the vehicles...it leased them out, then repossessed them when the leases expired, claiming that the vehicles had been a failure.) Several former owners are interviewed, most of them with glowing reviews of the vehicle's performance. Overall, the argument is strong, but WHO KILLED THE ELECTRIC CAR suffers from one major defect...it lacks a solid counter-argument to the points it raises. Still, it lays enough groundwork to convince me that the United States is not doing enough to stem the tide of air pollution caused by vehicle emissions.

Edgar C (ru) wrote: This is the kind of PG-rated atrocities that fathers should use with their little kids to punish them.The problem is that they will like it.34/100

Linda P (br) wrote: Love The Movie it's sad but still love the movie

Michael S (it) wrote: I found this movie surprisingly eerie. Some of it ends up being a little bit cheesy but the movie has an overall creepy atmosphere that I just found engaging. Def recommend for fans of the classic horror.

Jeff C (de) wrote: Dare I say, Bava's best film. Very tense.

richshane38 (au) wrote: Good, clean and classic, dark fun!

Harry W (de) wrote: I expected that with Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus everything would be crap and boring but I hoped that the humourous small elements would be somewhat entertaining.I appreciate the premise in Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus, because the idea of the intentionally cheap visual effects and plot of a fight between a Mega Shark and a Giant Octopus is an original idea which is tongue-in-cheek hilarious for The Asylum to tackle.The problem is that for a film titled Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus, the titular two characters make very little appearance in lieu of comedically unconvincing terrible atmosphere which attempts to convince us that serious scientific study is going on which really its just a bunch of poorly unconvincing dialogue and shoddy acting which is fairly laughable. But it does make the film easy to watch, although its only really worth half watching so that you can do something else to keep yourself entertained while this boring and hilariously poorly scripted comedy-disaster film.And when it comes to the visual effects, well, if you look really closely you can see that the Mega Shark and Giant Octopus are fake, as well as other things.Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus could have been a lot better if the titular two characters had more than 60 seconds of screentime within the first hour and if the fight wasn't the same footage again and again from alternate angles, because really nobodies gonna wanna see Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus for its actors instead of the actual f*cking Mega Shark and Giant Octopus destroying stuff and fighting. That's the ultimate downfall of this film and its ridiculous.So frankly I could have lived through the poor acting, script and atmosphere because its rather humourous, but I cannot survive about 3 minutes of footage of the titular Mega Shark and Giant Octopus stretched over 89 minutes.

Jason C (fr) wrote: Melodramatic at times but well acted and filmed. Great car chase.

Kieran F (ru) wrote: I wanted to see this for a long time and when I finally got to see it, it was a good film. Slow but a good story helped