Scientific experiments backfire and produce horrific mutations: halfman, halffish which terrorize a small fishing village by killing the men and raping the women. A fisherman (Doug McClure) and a scientist (Ann Turkel) must team up to fight back the mossy sea monsters. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Scott D (us) wrote: my least favorite movie of all time if there was a grade that is worse than an F I would give it to this film. I give Antboy an F
Mavis O (de) wrote: enjoyed the movie...the conflicts of raising kids on foreign land and teaching them the culture that they are not exposed to is the facts of life but the ending was kind of a disappointment...
EWC o (au) wrote: Well made, bloody, and intense slasher that's a lot better than most, and definitely not forgettable.
Ken S (jp) wrote: A young man pays a visit to his estranged older brother in order to piece together his family history, and find out why his brother abandoned him and separated himself entirely from their family. It is a decent drama from Francis Ford Coppola, certainly better than his previous effort (or his subsequent one), but I couldn't help but feel the length of this picture...it is just a little long. The performances are all fine and the story beats all pretty much work, it just could have used some slight trimming.
Anthony M (es) wrote: C'est embtant quand le personnage central est insupportable...Elle a beau venir de Mcon, c'est pas une raison pour tre compltement d (C)bile. Heureusement qu'il y a plusieurs histoires dans l'histoire (Brasseurs et Dupontel sont tres bons).
Juan d (ca) wrote: As a depraved surrealist horror, Gozu is an amalgam of disconnected feelings that makes you want to punch the world out of its orbit, which is rather good.
Tanja R (fr) wrote: Liked the scenes and the atmosphere of the movie, but I was really dissapointed with the ending.
Karmen G (gb) wrote: Hilarious,cute and heartwarming romantic comedy.
Jonathan C (nl) wrote: A mediocre hostage drama with a message delivered with all the subtlety of a bazooka is only validated by Denzel Washington's strong performance.
Eliabeth M (ca) wrote: Kate Gulden: It's so much easier to be happy, my love. It's so much easier to choose to love the things that you have, and you have so much, instead of always yearning for what you're missing, or what it is you're imagining you're missing. It's so much more peaceful.
Nathan N (de) wrote: Insufferable comedy.
carlos q (jp) wrote: Killer Roots Reggae Movie i must see
Catherine N (br) wrote: Very slow in the beginning but by the last 1/3 it really picks up with beautiful imagery and a luscious score. Ok, maybe a melodramatic ending, but it got me. Sniff. My second Yoshitaro Nomura film. He's not Kurasawa, but still worth a peak. I think Zero Focus, an earlier work is better; a tighter narrative.
Andy S (kr) wrote: Women in prison showers, lathering themselves. What's not to like? I forget what the plot was ...
Rick L (us) wrote: Laughable acting and special effects, but some decent plot points.
Matt M (nl) wrote: A once famous music hall performer now down and out is revived by rescuing a ballerina from suicide. Delightful Chaplin film about limelight, its bright and dark side. With autobiographical elements, this film feels intimate and more dramatic than previous works by its filmmaker, though Chaplin was always a poet even when he made films with his gimmick of the tramp. In this film too he arguably wrote his best soundtrack. Among the treats of this film is a slapstick sequence in which he acts alongside another great of the classic slapstick comedy genre, Buster Keaton, and seeing them share the screen would itself have been worth the price of the ticket.
Josh W (mx) wrote: better than expected, Robert Downey Jr is very good, as usual, and Kiefer gives a strong performance.
Colin S (au) wrote: Highly brutal but very engaging. Has a lot going for it even without the inevitable comparison to the 1995 version - sticks closer to the feel of the original comics, our title character doesn't take off his helmet (which gives a better ideal of him being an almost inhumanly unflagging and unrelenting pillar of justice), and there's a sense of desperation in the Mega City One inhabitants that gives a fantastic dystopian edge to the tale which sets it well apart from Stallone's almost day-glo effort. Best of all, this version seems to be almost an origin story for Judge Anderson - a very welcome addition of the beloved character, who very gratefully isn't relegated to being the love interest or even unnecessarily oversexualised, and is also only briefly turned into a McGuffin in need of rescuing. Only sticking point really is the almost shocking levels of gore and a leaning toward glorification of violence, and at times this also gives a streak of black humour which is only funny perhaps half of the time. The three principals are excellent in their roles - Urban once again showing his versatility in a role where he had to bring an Eastwood-high level of grim persistence and some nuance of humanity, Thirlby's Anderson isn't the seasoned veteran but her rookie vulnerability lets the audience into the world, and Headey once again expertly portrays the evilly charismatic villain.
Ivana M (ag) wrote: Ma pogledat cu sve njegove filmove
Nathan G (us) wrote: Not my favorite Disney movie, but it's serviceable. Not enough songs to keep my youngster interested.