In Guesta Verde University, the deranged Professor Curien is trying to bring back the dead, killing students for the experiment. There is an outbreak of zombies in the campus, and the government sends a NSA medical research team, formed by Dr. Alexandra Morgan a.k.a. Nightingale and lieutenant Ellis, with a special force leaded by lieutenant Dalton, trying to get the zero sample from the first generation zombie. The team has a very short time to accomplish their mission and leave the place before missiles are sent to destroy the area. However, the place is crowded of hyper sapiens and the group has to fight to survive.
Writer:Peter Scheerer (story), Michael Roesch (story), Mark A. Altman (screenplay)
A virus breaks out at a university and people start to become zombies. After 29 days, a team of AMS scientists and soldiers are sent in to deal with the problem. But while they search, things go wrong. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Eyal D (de) wrote: If you like your film methodical, slowly kindling to its dnouement, THE PATIENCE STONE is just for you. If you like to discover a world other than your own, in which the realities are far harsher and the sacrifices are almost daily expectations, THE PATIENCE STONE is just for you. TPS is a smart person's film. There is no romanticism here. The feminist doesn't even know that she is one. There is no happy ending. There can't be, after all it's real life. Even in its more comical aspects, never played for comic relief, the humour stems from the film's tragic components. And a grim tragedy it is indeed, painstakingly unfolding in Afghanistan-born Atiq Rahimi's probing French-German-UK co-production filmed in Persian Farsi starring the naturally alluring Golshifteh Farahani, a successful Iranian star, letting all her inhibitions out to reveal a raw and honest performance. Yet for all of its grimness the film is not without hope. Ultimately, here is something beautiful in THE PATIENCE STONE that perhaps Rahimi brings through his aesthetic sensibilities or Golshifteh delivers through her mesmerizing, if not pained, performance. Could be that the two were destined to contribute to THE PATIENCE STONE's beauty, ironically revealed through its ugliness. Perhaps Rahimi found his muse. 100% true is that the audience is the benefactor of this perfect marriage between visionary artist and celebrated star. THE PATIENCE STONE is worth its weight in gold.
Little D (ca) wrote: A very forgettable film with a rehashed storyline and dumb ending.
Sarah B (us) wrote: Excellent film! I wasn't expecting a lot out of this film given that I wasn't familiar with either of the actors or the director but I really enjoyed it. If you like honest films about relationships then you will love this.
Private U (br) wrote: I was surfing the late night movie offerings and dare I say that nothing was on that I wanted to watch. To satisfy my watch a new movie a day plan, I dared to watch it long enough to write this review... Ok so I've never seen a "soft-core" movie before so this is my first, but if they're all like this, then I'd rather stick to something like Eyes Wide shut... At least that has a decernable plot. This movie was crap, no acting and at times I feel that the movie is trying to make fun of it's already sad genre only to not be passed off as a satire, but to be passed off as crap. The actors and actresses are not even attractive, which I believe is the point to making the movie. Sufice to say this was a waste of time, and effort to make it.
Eddy C (nl) wrote: I loved the to show. Just putting that out there. The movie had lots of feel and look of it also. Speedboats, fast cars and other aspects. It looks a,aging, the direction is superb, it's shot well. The score is superb also as Miami Vice should be. If you were a casual viewer of this movie and not a fan of the show you may get confused as to who Crocket and Tubbs are. They are vice cops undercover for the record. My biggest problem with this movie is its lack of character development. The humour and buddy aspect between the two main characters is lacking. It's like they hardly know each other. In the TV series they have a great relationship that never gets explored here. So it's Got everything apart from its heart and soul. That is never a good thing in a movie. I weirdly enough enjoyed the two hours it was on for the look and feel and probably nostalgia. It didn't stray very far from its source material. I Would also love a shot in that speedboat f I'm honest. But the movie left me feeling that something was missing.
Alex S (br) wrote: Not great but not bad either, cheesy and entertaining action horror based on the video game of the same name.
Rohan D (ag) wrote: Didnt really get what was with all the bad reviews.I thought the scenary and direction was pretty good and the dialogues were nice.Not to mention,cute Milla :D Nice teenage romance movie,if you're just bored with nothing else to do in the house.
Dann M (mx) wrote: With a title like Earth Girls Are Easy, you know it's a quality film. Yet surprisingly it's garbage, complete and utter garbage. And it's really a shame, 'cause the cast is quite impressive; Geena Davis, Jeff Goldblum, Jim Carrey, Damon Wayans, and Julie Brown. But the script is awful, and the performances are universally bad. The film is just a crazy mess, starting out as a musical, becoming a fish-out-of-water tale, and ending up as a rom-com. Mindbogglingly stupid, Earth Girls Are Easy is one of the most atrocious things ever to be put on film.
Michael R (ca) wrote: Basic Secret Virus Goverment Experiment....
Philip W (ru) wrote: I Never Promised You a Rose Garden (1976, dir. Anthony Page) 4/10Based on Joanne Greenberg's autobiographical novel of the same name, this is a film you watch from the beginning thinking you've already seen it (and you have). A low-rent version of 'Sybil' meets 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest' (whose success coincidentally allowed for the greenlighting of the funding for this piece of trash). If this was the first film I'd seen with Kathleen Quinlan, I might never have seen another one of her works. What a highly annoying, self-indulgent, over-the-top performance. And poor Bibi Andersson looks like she'd rather be anywhere else. It's an essentially negligible experience except for some, at times, fascinating supporting performances, particularly those of Diane Varsi, Signe Hasso, Sylvia Sydney (an actress I never thought I'd see punched ruthlessly in the stomach) and Susan Tyrell, whose mid-film show-stopper should most definitely be added to the musical version, if there ever is one.
Allan C (kr) wrote: Okay, first off, this is really a zero star film. It's truly an embarrassment and just awful, but on a camp level, this film is wildly entertaining for all of the wrong reasons. In her final film appearance, Joan Crawford plays a scientist who discovers an unfrozen caveman (which is actually a man wearing a leftover mask from Stanley Kubrick's "2001: A Space Odyssey." The caveman, named Trog, escapes and then wreaks havoc and scares everyone around him. Star Crawford was also on the board of Pepsi at this time and as she did in all of her films of that period, she insisted on Pepsi being prominently featured in the film, so you get some awkward Pepsi product placement during some of Trog's rampages. My personal favorite Trog moment was when he was soothed by classical music, but then became very angry when Crawford plays "rock and roll" music. Directed by Freddie Francis, who did some decent low budget horror pictures for Hammer reached a real low for this film in terms of quality, though I think it may have been more a result of the maker budget than a lack of talent. Francis actually spend most of his later career as a director of photography on some real classics like "Glory," "Blue Velvet" and "Cape Fear." And you also get Michael Gough (who was Alfred in the Tim Burton Batman films) as Joan's anti-missing link antagonist in the film.
John N (mx) wrote: gets a little redundant
Derek B (ca) wrote: Despite the irony of seeing a serious anti-gun liberal playing so many characters that are fun-toters, Neeson is great in this pure action romp.
Victoria P (it) wrote: best movie series ever!!!!
Gladys C (nl) wrote: one of the best ,and funniest movies Eddie Murphy has created. Gladys Cruz Allentown P,A