What if you lived your entire life in one day? And you'd have, but one time, to enjoy each moment: the first kiss, going to school, growing up, making love. In Marc de Cloe's Life in One ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Het leven uit een dag
What if you lived your entire life in one day? And you'd have, but one time, to enjoy each moment: the first kiss, going to school, growing up, making love. In Marc de Cloe's Life in One ...
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Leena R (br) wrote: As much as I'd like to rate this film higher... But the story just isn't that believable or touching. Neither are the characters :(
Sylvester K (us) wrote: "Happy" Finish indeed. It's actually better than the second film and still no match to the first film. I missed the caption that describes each character sarcastically and now it's back! The film wasted no time on continuing with the story of how the rest of the survivors had to deal with the remaining monsters. This time the jokes were actually funnier and always anti-climax.
FrancesscaLouise O (au) wrote: this film is bollax but looks good could have been great on a better budget
Miguel R (us) wrote: Unknown is a great thriller, but was destroyed by a cheap ending
Omar A (gb) wrote: Es un poco larga, pero una de las ms cmicas, no pars de reirte, tiene unas escenas muy disparatadas!!
Marcus G (br) wrote: Looked back upon with mixed favour, I still believe as much today as in the mid 80's that this is a smart, thrilling action film. Roy Scheider seemed to fit these roles so well, and McDowell was cheesy and yet enjoyable as the inexplicable thoroughly British member of the U.S. Air Force.The film opens with a series of title cards explaining that the technology exhibited within this film were already developed and that intimately, heat cameras, super sensitive microphones, and F-16 style helmet/mini gun interfaces were already in use, and not just science fiction.Though the idea that a Helicopter of this kind being adopted by the police is less than plausible, it is still a fun concept. The script even uses the upcoming 1984 L.A. Olympics to justify the need for this heavily armed chopper's use over the city.But the subtext, though not quite so 'sub', is that the threat of this big brother tech being employed within a free society and not even just Blue Thunder itself, but rather the Astro Division in general. Early in the film, it shows the voyeuristic nature of the chopper crews and the temptation to abuse there powers, in this case by watching a young woman engage in some form of nude yoga!It also shows in the same sequence the uses of the aerial support as it should be, aiding the black and whites on ground.This is though, after all is said and done, a pretty straight forward nuts and bolts action flick, with a cool helicopter, good performances and great action. This is also a slightly darker film that you might expect with several more adult moments. They just don't make 'em like they used to...
Marilee A (gb) wrote: Another of the famed "Beach" Movies that are a bit of long lost Americana.Not great film making, but paints a picture of a Happy Time in our History
Schristian P (ca) wrote: WHERE THE FUCK IS THE MOVIE!!
Emil P (au) wrote: There is no magic in this. It's just unbelievably dull.