An alternate reality encased in ice, a woman who is turned into a dimension-hopping assassin, and a wizard's apprentice who is so evil he is a common enemy to the angels in heaven and the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ice from the Sun
An alternate reality encased in ice, a woman who is turned into a dimension-hopping assassin, and a wizard's apprentice who is so evil he is a common enemy to the angels in heaven and the devils in hell.
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David B (gb) wrote: A fun dream slips into a coma.
Bry G (mx) wrote: things lonely sad peeps will do
Miki O (us) wrote: OMG!!!!! I gotta see it!!! Marc Warren rapes someone....gotta see that!!!
Yolanda T (nl) wrote: awesome movie with awesome storyline!!!
Peter H (jp) wrote: Oh dear, what were they thinking with this, the acting was a bit bad and not one I shall be watching again.
Stephanie F (jp) wrote: My daughter and I agree that both Bruno and LeRoy are cute; by the end she was leaning towards Bruno of the two.
Jiana W (fr) wrote: I thought it was okay. Stuck between 2 and 1/2 stars and 3. It was cute, for what it was. A cheesy romantic comedy about an unbelievably odd woman who follows a one-time-date across the country because she believes he is "the one". No matter how weird you are, eventually you'd get the hint that someone doesn't want you around but Mary (Bullock) just doesn't get it up until about 10 minutes before the movie ends. It's believable in the sense that there are people who are extremely odd, like Mary. Everyone's a little weird in some respect, but Mary ranges from believably weird at times, to fairly extreme and unbelievable. Would anyone, no matter how odd, REALLY make a crossword puzzle FOR THEIR JOB with every clue related to a guy that she KNOWS no one else knows? Her character is touted as smart by the other characters in the film... but sometimes she comes across as a total dipstick who should be visited by the men in white coats. It got kinda lame for me when she fell into the mine because I didn't expect that that was where and how the movie was going to end. It almost felt like they had done all this fairly amusing stuff with Mary and then suddenly decided, "Oh snap! This isn't really going anywhere. How the heck are we gonna end this movie? Wait, I got an idea!" When I get that feeling from movies (or even books) that brings down the star count. I like Bradley Cooper, I think he's really handsome. I also wish there was more D.J. Qualls because I've kinda liked him ever since I saw him in "The New Guy".
Teey M (us) wrote: dis is a dope ass movie
Yuri B (au) wrote: The movie, the cast, the dialogue, even the soundtrack... takes me back to the Brat Pack era!
Daniel K (gb) wrote: 5: I love Frenzy. I'd say it is easily Hitchcock's funniest picture. The dinner scenes with the inspector and his wife are to die for. It feels as if Hitchcock freed himself of some of the popular constraints placed upon him earlier in his career and this is a more unadulterated version of his mind at work. It includes virtually all of his typical hallmarks in abundance and works right up through the final credits. I'd say this is his most underappreciated masterpiece by far.
Pavandeep S (kr) wrote: Pretty good sci-fi movie. Loved the thematic element at play but have some doubt with Vin Diesel on the poster, Radha Mitchell comes off as the main protagonist much more so, at least for me.
Matthew K (mx) wrote: Nicole Kidman and Hugo Weaving deliver great performances in this tense little thriller...