How I Ended This Summer

How I Ended This Summer

Two men at a remote Arctic base begin mistrusting each other after an important radio message.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:127 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:Russian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:ocean,   snow,   boat,  

A polar station on a desolate island in the Arctic Ocean. Sergei, a seasoned meteorologist, and Pavel, a recent college graduate, are spending months in complete isolation on the once ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Lauren S (au) wrote: A fantastic zombie comedy with a great cast.

Krista B (kr) wrote: Cute but nothing special. Some really good dance numbers. Veera's behavior of wanting special treatment while being allowed to compete as an equal (pretty sure this is not what was intended to come across) was really irritating. It breaks my heart to give this less than four or five stars. Rani Mukherjee has always been one of my favorites while Shahid Kapur is really growing on me now that he's left his cutie pie roles behind.

movie fan a (kr) wrote: stupidly hilarious!!

Joia M (es) wrote: I'm not sure I've ever wanted to straight up murder an alledgely sympathic character as I wanted to Steve Carrell in this movie. He's too stupid to actually exist, and he has no consideration for other people. He's actually a bad person, and stupid. The only good part is the dinner. Frustrating, stupid movie.

Shadrian G (br) wrote: It was filmed really well, but that is this movie's only redeeming quality. The characters and story feel generic. The highlight of a war movie is the emotion you feel towards the soldiers and this movie never quite pulls you in. It's so busy being a "war movie" that it never establishes itself as such. The way the characters interact seems like it should be in a war movie, but it feels so forced that you never really respect it. This was just not good. If this was the first WWII movie maybe I'd be decent but . . . we all know that's not the case and it doesn't get better. It continues to feel fake and forced right up until the end, when you start to question yourself as to why you decided to finish this movie

Matt S (it) wrote: The Beyond is a very overrated Italian/horror film that is incomprehensible. The film is filled with creepy atmospherics, insane gore and is probably one of the most unique zombie films of the past, but different doesn't always lead to a good film. I just couldn't take it seriously, whether it was intentional or not, the script was a mess and laughable and the scares weren't effective enough as they could have been. The soundtrack was also a hit and miss, with some of it being completely out of place. The horror cult classics that came out during the same year like The Evil Dead etcetera were miles better, The Beyond just doest stack up. Definitely one of the most disappointing Italian/horror cult classics out there. The characters were pretty illogical, doing most things people should not do in horror movies. For example, not shooting a zombie in the head, what a waste of bullets you fool! The other is hooking a clearly dead person to a heartbeat monitor, really! The acting was mostly just horrid to me, with overreaction to not enough reaction to what is happening around them. Catriona MacColl, who plays Liza Merril, a young woman who inherits an old hotel in Louisiana, is definitely easy on the eyes and carries the film quite well, she makes it bearable. The other standout was Cinzia Moreale (as Sarah Keller) who plays a blind woman pretty effectively, who comes out of nowhere into Liza's life to warns her about the sinister hotel. Good effort from those two, but the hackneyed script consumed them and everyone else. The late Italian/horror director Lucio Fulci definitely made strange, one of a kind horror films. The type of films you don't see being made anymore, but The Beyond's plot had major development problems that were a huge distraction from everything else. Lucio goes wild here though, with a hypnotic, nightmarish atmosphere, intense close up shots of ghoulish imagery that will stay with you. The film is out there and beyond, too bad the rest of the film wasn't as lavish. To me his best and creepiest film is The House By The Cemetery. Overall, not the horror extraordinaire people make it out to be, nor is it complete trash. The Beyond goes by its own beat and it's as clear away from mainstream as one film can get. None of it was clear though and just got lost in its own spiral of wackiness, at the end all I was thinking was WTF did I just watched? 5.5 out of 10

Erin W (br) wrote: I can't pass up a horror movie.

Bill R (fr) wrote: Horrible acting and story. I couldn't sit through this one either. Tara Reid couldn't save this, I don't think anyone really could.

Louise B (it) wrote: Pretty cute movie. I love James Cagney and Doris Day!! They had great chemistry together. It was a cute and fun little story!

Helen B (nl) wrote: Not quite classic Bette Davis - I prefer her being a bitch! However, this is a great Hollywood weepie and yet again Ms Davis shows why she's so highly rated as a character actress.

Christine D (jp) wrote: Excellent movie! A definite watch if you haven't seen it. Scary how two different scenarios with each of their own opinions could have had a impacting outcome.