When a young ski team training for the Olympics arrives at the remote and isolated Lost Mountain Ski Resort to focus on training, they're thrilled to find a retired Olympic skier is there ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A scientific experiment goes haywire, creating an arachnophobic nightmare. If there's a way to stop them, somebody better find it soon before they kill everything in sight!
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Naomi C (es) wrote: A little heavy-handed and one-sided, but an interesting look at the hospital system and how it treats pregnant women in labor.
Bill R (nl) wrote: I found this was pretty good. Not entirely disney humor or anything but enough to tell it was disney. Decent enough for an evening.
JeNnIfEr HuDsOn LoOkIn AsS nIgGa (nl) wrote: nice movie lorenz tate did a good job
Stacy S (mx) wrote: This was the better of the two movies that Goldie Hawn and Chevy Chase were in together. A lot funnier than Foul Play.
Ashley H (mx) wrote: Corny but fun film of the 50's. Except for her first scene in the bookstore, Eliabeth Taylor looks gorgeous, especially outfitted as she is. Every curve and then some shows. A bit talky at first, but gains momentum as picture goes on. Lush scenery, although some process shots look...well like process. Peter Finch is good as the head of the tea plantation and is a bit ruthless at times. Good guy Dana Andrews shows up as a good romantic interest when needed. The elephant stampede at the end is well worth the watch. An awesome movie to enjoy.
Lucas B (nl) wrote: Love these two actors together in a action film against each other.
Joey R (de) wrote: one of my favorite movies of the 80s
Valerie L (au) wrote: Alicia Vikander makes every film better. Men dying in WWI has been shown on screen many times. Whilst there is nothing terribly unusual in the telling of this one, the performances of this ensemble cast makes it a film worth spending time on. I haven't read the original memoir by Vera Brittain, on which this film is based, but I dare say this would be a pretty good adaptation.
Lenny R (de) wrote: An almost-flawless flick. This is Arnie's element, and he tears it up. Gerry Lopez's laid-back style complements Arnie's oaky stiffness superbly, and Mako, being an actual wizard, hardly needed to act here. James Earl Jones rocks. Max Von Sydow rocks. Sven Ole Thorsen rocks. My only problem is that, while the character of Valeria is written as feisty and vivacious, a further complement to Conan and Subotai, Sandahl Bergman's portrayal fails to convince us of this. Sure, she's great in the action scenes, but her delivery is pretty flat, and her face virtually expressionless. In fact, one silent stare from Nadiuska (as Conan's mother) conveys more depth of personality than Bergman's whole performance. Good cameo from William Smith as Dad. Milius and Stone have succeeded brilliantly in capturing the spirit of REH's writing. John Milius wears his politics on his sleeve a bit, likening Thulsa's mindless followers to hippies...who need an educated, realist warrior to rescue them from their 'delusion'. While I don't particularly agree with this assessment in the real world, the movie version actually works fine. The cinematography, design, and Basil Poledouris's score are all fantastic. And I love the pea & human soup. The sequel is pretty pitiful compared to this, as is pretty much every other sword & sorcery flick that came after it...until LOTR, that is.