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Kevin R (mx) wrote: In a couple days you won't need coffee.A young couple head to an uninhabited island off the coast of Australia for a private ten day vacation. The female is a marine biologist and she teaches her boyfriend how to survive in the outdoors; however, shortly after they arrive on the island they see footprints and their items have been tampered with. As they dig around the island, they discover an old book and a legend of a woman who used to live on the island. How does the footprints and legend tie together?"Why would we want to leave early?"Bill Bennett, director of Shipwrecked, Jilted, Malpractice, A Street to Die, Backlash, Tempted, Kiss or Kill, In a Savage Land, and The Nugget, delivers Uninhabited. The storyline for this picture is actually interesting despite being slow and uneventful. The action is scarce and just okay and the acting is above average. The cast includes Geraldine Hakewill, Henry James, Bob Baines, Bill Milionis, and Tasia Zalar. "She will kill you. You're next."This is another picture I watched off Netflix as a horror movie that would not be online after this week. This movie definitely kept my attention and had me interesting in what was going to happen next, but it was very average and just okay. Overall, I would say this movie isn't a complete waste of time but also isn't a movie I would go too far out of my way to see."It's one of the deadliest creatures in the world."Grade: C
Dawn (fr) wrote: For myself as someone who has chronic Lyme Disease, this documentary was soul wrenching.
Kamila C (au) wrote: Juliette was great but didn't really enjoyed the movie - it was a bit slow & boring.
James H (fr) wrote: 5.5/10. Cutesy TV made film, not as awful as I was expecting, watchable once. I don't feel the casting was particularly good. The one daughter was hardly supermodel material. predictable, most of the film is very familiar from other films. But watchable and harmless.
Bruce20 B (us) wrote: Marvel keeps driving with another unforgettable blockbuster of fun!My Score: 83%
Nolan M (gb) wrote: I was lucky enough to be able to see this film in the theater and I loved it. Shyamalan, this time, creates his own bedtime story which makes it very original. Giamatti and Howard give their all in performances and the film is creepy. Great entertainment, and highly recommended for anyone who wants a "different" kind of movie to watch.
DAVE I (jp) wrote: DVD Review : NOAM CHOMSKY: REBEL WITHOUT A PAUSE Hmmm yeah huh.... where to start on Noam Chomsky, to attempt to summarise this mans life would take to long so instead I'll give you a link if you want to read up on THE MAN but here's a short BIO taken from that very link. [b]Avram Noam Chomsky [/b](born December 7, 1928) is an Institute Professor Emeritus of linguistics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and creator of the Chomsky hierarchy, a classification of formal languages. His works in generative linguistics contributed significantly to the decline of behaviourism and led to the advancement of the cognitive sciences. Outside of his linguistic work, Chomsky is also widely known for his political activism and his criticism of the foreign policy of the United States and other governments. Chomsky describes himself as a libertarian socialist and a sympathizer of anarcho-syndicalism. According to the Arts and Humanities Citation Index, between 1980 and 1992 Chomsky was cited as a source more often than any living scholar, and the eighth most cited source overall. Whether you agree or not with his views (Most right-wingers would love to see him disappear) he is a brilliant man, a thinker, an intellectual that can vulgarise his thinking so as to become accessible by all who listen to him speak. Although my opinions on syndicalism are still in a state of flux between corporatism and unionism (I used to be very corporate-oriented when it came to unions, but that's changing these days) , I can truly understand where he's coming from. And after this documentary I can say I'm in agreement with him on most arguments he makes. One thing is for sure, I'm picking up one of his books on my next book buying expedition (But I still have about 5 books left to read so far) The doc, follows Noam Chomsky for a week on a Canadian tour. I noticed that Mr Chomsky, Mr. Info-Sponge, seemed to not know much about Canadian issues and politics, I felt he was holding back as to not offend anyone because he could go on and on about US and European issues, he reads 6 papers a day and over 80 periodical publications and that's just half his job, points out his wife, Dr. Carol Chomsky. I doubt he never read anything about Canadian affairs. For a man his age, he really gets around; I doubt most people couldn't follow his schedule. Oddly enough for a social critic he's very soft-spoken even in his most opinionated moments. Never does he seem to pass as what right-wingers call bleeding-heart liberals. The doc, is sadly lacking in momentum or cadence... it was like reading stereo instructions. It had no punch to it, but just like Zinn's doc, the subject of the doc is interesting enough to make the DVD worth the rental. What can I say; I like critics that have scathing sarcasm and biting cynicism about the right. But that's me; I don't hold punches when I got to say something, which makes for interesting debate sometimes. So just a 3 outta 5 for the DVD but a 5 outta 5 for Noam
Justin O (jp) wrote: I spy a really bad action comedy.
Peter P (ag) wrote: Nice delivery of dialog can't help the fact that there is very little story to this and even less point.
Maris Cay G (ru) wrote: My Cousin Vinny is a humorous legal comedy. It joins the ranks of special comedies that deviated from the typical formula of the genre. With its intelligently written script and on point acting, it proved that playing stupid, goofy, and vulgar are not essential to be hilarious and delightful.
Greg W (au) wrote: another likeable 60's brit caper pic like 'the italian job" also remade
Kostas S (es) wrote: Too heavy, almost unbearable.
Jon W (kr) wrote: gary oldman is pretty good in this and it gets a little bit crazy by the end, decent movie
Sanity Assassin (us) wrote: Enjoyed The Lorax very much. A bit of a slow start with an equally obtuse cheesy ending and ultimately it's the intersecting story of the beanpole and his desire to be successful, whilst being surrounded by all-too-cute animals, that keeps the eye on the ball. The outer narrative works, though only, as a gateway into the inner message which is...We thneed trees! Thoroughly well made!