The year: 3037. Earth is at war with aliens called Mendax. They have remarkable mental abilities and are determined to wipe out all mankind

The year: 3037. Earth is at war with aliens called Mendax. They have remarkable mental abilities and are determined to wipe out all mankind. In retaliation, a military team is sent to the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Matthew N (it) wrote: A solid revenge story, with some great acting and interesting story. Unfortunately the best parts of this movie were the parts without dialogue, which was only the first half-hour. Still, it's different and engaging, and I'll certainly be seeing this one again

Andy B (au) wrote: ... 1/2 1/2 3/4 1/2 3/4

Damon S (ca) wrote: An insightful story of the hidden life of one of our most influential and successful Presidents and the climactic visit that changed history is told in Hyde Park on Hudson. A fascinating story of the complex, yet respected relationships and odds that are triumphed (human and political). The Famous Figures are humanized and made realteable to a degree that you can identify and fall for certain aspects of all the characters. The acting is great, the story is easy to follow, the shots are crisp and vivid bringing the Park to life. If you are a history buff you will enjoy this film.

Sarfara A (au) wrote: London River British film, co-written, produced directed by Franco-Algerian Rachid Bouchareb (Outside The Law -Best Foreign Language Oscar-nominated). Starring Brenda Blethyn and late Sotigui Kouyat. Film premiered at (59th) Berlin International Film Festival on Feb 10-2009. In July 2005, British Elisabeth Sommers (Blethyn), go to mainland England to search for her missing daughter (on infamous day of 7th July 2005 bombings in London)from Guernsey, where she works on her farm. An African Muslim Ousmane (Kouyat) flocks in from France looking for his son Ali, whom he hasn't seen since he left him when the boy was 6 years old. Both individually search for their son and daughter. The two suspect each others' kids in manipulating one another. Finally they come to know that they were a couple who lived together. Here is a film that deals with several issues, and what an effort to explore a human sentiments best tested in times of agony and misery during infamous London bombings. Brenda Blethyn delivers one of great performances of the year, and it's a performance that defines the very touching subject of the film. Sotigui Kouyat an old tall African man occupies the screen with his dramatic expressions, and a performance that brings 'versus' situation between Brenda and Kouyat. A remarkable and unforgettable movie.

Laney C (fr) wrote: Bloody but riveting.

B W (ca) wrote: We all know that commercial with the egg and the frying pan... This is your brain... This is your brain on drugs, any questions? Depp and Del Toro put on an excellent performance depicting how the brain CAN be effected by drugs... Ranging from mild paranoia to full blown brutal hallucinnations. Part hilarious, part scary what drugs are actually capable of, altogether makes a for an entertaining piece to say the least.

Jesper J (jp) wrote: Good to see an old adventure from the desert with loads and loads of people and not a blue nor green screen or any other cgi in sight.

Jamie B (ca) wrote: +: Solid characters; made me want to give the TV series a fair shake; theme song was in my head for DAYS.-: Not so much a plot as it was a collection of sketches; female character development was nonexistent and the sexism didn't sit too well with me.