Invisible Invaders

Invisible Invaders

Aliens, contacting scientist Adam Penner, inform him that they have been on the moon for twenty thousand years, undetected due to their invisibility, and have now decided to annihilate humanity unless all the nations of earth surrender immediately. Sequestered in an impregnable laboratory trying to find the aliens' weakness, Penner, his daughter, a no-nonsense army major and a squeamish scientist are attacked from outside by the aliens, who have occupied the bodies of the recently deceased.

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Michele L (nl) wrote: Exceptional movie. A must see.

Brian S (ca) wrote: Japanese auteur Takashi Miike takes on the superhero genre and claims it as his own, delivering a film in which he keeps to the formula while stamping events with that certain Miike something that has allowed him to successfully bend every genre to his will. Even as "Zebraman" gives us the typical nebbish-turned-hero story, Miike uses the opportunity to poke good-natured fun at popular cinema, notably such films as "The Ring," "Ghostbusters," and "Men In Black." He also works in his recurrent theme of severely dysfunctional families rescued from disintegration by bizarre circumstances, continuing in this vein from "Visitor Q" and "Happiness of the Katakuris." "Zebraman," however, is also among his most good-natured, light-hearted films, devoid of any trace of cruelty. Critics who didn't like this film have largely missed the point; the milieu here is the cheeziness of old Japanese children's TV. Complaining about the silly-looking special effects and corny dialogue is like looking at a Monet painting and complaining about all the little dots."Zebraman" is pretty close to black and white ecstasy, and if you like anything Miike has done, he still has a few surprises up his brilliant sleeve in this one, crabby critics notwithstanding.

WS W (es) wrote: Not very interesting.

Kenneth L (gb) wrote: A charming Mamet movie that is surprisingly not very Mamet-like.I have watched it many times and it always makes me smile.

Daniel D (mx) wrote: Talk Radio is a decent independent drama from Oliver Stone, but it makes typical indie film mistakes. The opening 30 minutes was amazing, great dialogue, and automatically intriguing. After that it went down on a slope, an got dry. Once it got back to the radio though I was wishing for this to be longer. It's like Network for radio. The pacing was awful as I've already mentioned, but once it was up my heart was racing. The ending took out the realism completely. I liked the idea but not the execution. I do reccomed watching, well listening to the credits though.

Dipashri B (mx) wrote: TITLE: A Polygon Portraying Humor With Palpability !!BEGINNING NOTE: The sunlight seemed quite charming, as I looked outside through the glass window of my aircraft, a few months back, while flying to Delhi...Pleasantly, I started reading a magazine that was kept in front of my seat..A few minutes later, the soft voice of the air hostess drew my attention to the appetizing snacks she was offering...I was already hungry...So, happily gave her my tray, she put some fast food there & left...I finished my meal, had some water & reopened the magazine...Coincidentally the first line in that page which my eyes spotted, was a quote by famous comedian & writer Mindy Kaling that says, "Fast food is hugely important in the life of a comedy writer. All we do is order in, and what we're going to eat is hotly debated.." Today, after watching 'Chashme Baddoor', I was recalling that correlation of fast food & comedy which Mindy Kaling specified so rightly...Writing a comedy script with appropriate dialogues & convincing sequences is probably more challenging than acting on it...Back in 1981, Sai Paranjpye befittingly blended humor with strong storyline in the film 'Chashme Buddoor'...Now, in 2013, when the remake of this film released, with the same name 'Chashme Baddoor', the expectation naturally soared high...I noticed that sparkle in the eyes of people, with whom I entered the theater to watch this movie...which gradually transformed into macroscopic excitation adding some extra decibels to the dolby digital sound, as the movie started !!MOVIE: Set in the pristine beauty of Goa, the film basically tells the story of three close friends, Omi (Divyendu Sharma), Jai (Siddharth Narayan) & Sid (Ali Zafar)...Omi & Jai are extremely light-hearted & only interested in women, while Sid is serious type with each & every qualities needed to categorize him as a 'typical good boy'...Everything went fine until Seema (Taapsee Pannu) walked into the plot, followed by desperate endeavors of Omi & Jai to win her heart, which ultimately failed badly...Later Sid met Seema & soon they fell in love with each other...Omi & Jai became jealous & subsequently succeeded to separate the couple..What happens next ? Will Sid & Seema reunite ? Can jealousy dominate over genuine kindness of human heart? Let these questions be answered after watching the drama at the silver screen !!'LIKE's : 1)Thumbs up to Saijid-Farhad for funny dialogues & hilarious quirks...The entertainment value increased manifold by bizarre poetry & nice choreography !!2)Siddharth Narayan steals the show with marvelous performance, followed by Divyendu Sharma & Taapsee Pannu...Rishi Kapoor & Lilette Dubey literally brightened up the frame with their candid onscreen chemistry...To make people laugh is the most difficult task for an actor, because it involves the real confidence solved in aboveboard acting skill...'Chashme Baddoor' fulfilled this criteria by assembling a group of meritable actors !!3)Re-making a movie, which already got a 'cult status' is not a matter of joke...Credit should definitely go to David Dhawan for his brave effort & neat direction !!'DISLIKE's : 1)Music by Sajid-Wajid is not dissatisfactory but, could be composed more discreetly !!2)Screenplay by Sai Paranjpye & David Dhawan projected absurdity at some scenes, thereby cutting the natural flow of storytelling, which if handled a bit more cautiously would serve better treatment for viewers !!3) The repeated usage of 'Dum Hai, Boss' throughout the talkie by Taapsee Pannu seemed out of the place, as she was cheifly presented as a sweet girl...She carried her part really well, except this dialogue which looked kind of misfit against her innocent expressions !!MESSAGE (Behavioral Psychology) : A film is more than just entertainment of a few hours...Yes, entertainment quotient is important, since public are spending their hard-earned money to watch a film, but it is the subtle message which makes a movie special among other films, which are released simultaneously in every fridays...The complications of human behavior, better known as 'Behavioral Psychology' is the key molecule that forms the hidden message of 'Chashme Baddoor'...Here is the explication !!The apparently loyal friendship between Omi, Jai & Sid suffered a major crash when jealousy, in the form of Seema entered into their otherwise supportive amicability...Friendship, by birth is suave but by manifestation is clumsy especially at times of adversity...As epitomized in the movie, if Human Mind is represented as a 'Quadrilateral' then, 'Companionship-Romance-Jealousy-Remorse' construct it's four different edges, placing companionship & jealousy in the diagonally opposite corners...Nothing can ruin the beauty of a relationship as effectively as envy...There is a Spanish proverb in this context, "Envy is thin because it bites but never eats.." Ultimately, it is the goodness that prevails over meanness...Thats why Omi & Jai underwent remorse for their shameful act & took every possible attempt to revive the lost love between Sid & Seema...Not only in the cinema, but in reality too, the ups & downs in friendship is a common phenomenon in almost everybody's life, which becomes more vulnerable in the slightest provocation of envy...Its a matter to rethink & thats the reason 'Chashme Baddoor' wins accolade as it powerfully contrasted the white & black shades of human emotion...the truth behind every failure & success of a relationship !!WINDUP: When a film is remade, then comparison between the two versions is inevitable...'Chashme Baddoor' is no exception...Within a vast span of 32 years, at least thousand cusec water had flown in the Ganges...A lot of changes happened to Indian society, as well as in the outlook of youth which naturally accelerated the metamorphosis in the audio-visual medium of merriment...for example, Movies/ TV serials/Radio Programmes...In my opinion, the comparison between two versions is unnecessary, since the time has changed...Generations have changed...Now-a-days, the noun 'Womanizer' got a newer dimension, supported by more witty usage of pranks amongst Romeos...Undoubtedly, a difference is there...The original movie was simple yet brilliant in terms of execution, while the new one primarily focuses on naughty elements & lacks the classic touch...But, the similarity between these two movies lies in the unobscured amusement, laced with a fluorescent depiction of human errors & corrections...something which should not be missed...something which magnifies those acclaimed lines by Douglas Pagels..."A friend is one of the nicest things you can have, and one of the best things you can be.."

John S (kr) wrote: Lon Chaney Jr. is not good as Dracu- sorry, Alucard (DRACULA!). This is not good casting. He's the Wolf Man, damnit! And most of the time he just stands around frowning at people. A little bit better than Dracula's Daughter, but not anything special.

Richard L (ru) wrote: Lilting immediately asserts itself as one of the very best gay-themed movies ever as it takes on not only coming out to parents but also grief, language barriers, and aging. I loved the choices made in this movie, including the first establishing character shot of Cheng Pei-Pei as Junn, an elderly woman in an adult care facility, followed by the scene of her conversation with her visiting son. The movie swoops gracefully through flashbacks as if they are occurring in the present, with astonishing and effective scene transitions that help ramp up the emotion.This is a movie where I was basically crying from the beginning. The end seemed a little less crafted and more ambiguous than the rest of the movie, but it also features another incredible choice in which the two central characters converse with each other in their native languages without the translator jumping in, suggesting that they understand each other untranslated.What I like best about this movie is how the director and camera absolutely adore every single actor, and especially Cheng and Ben Whishaw as the emotionally wrought Richard. Their acting is tremendous and the camera recognizes this with beautifully framed closeups that reveal every expressive detail.Bringing his mom and his boyfriend together is Kai, played by Andrew Leung, a character that has much to do despite his circumstances. Peter Bowles as Alan brings a sense of humor to the movie and Naomi Christie as Vann, the sly translator, builds a fascinating bridge between languages and people.

Stanley C (gb) wrote: Even though Mulan isn't the best hand drawing ever of a Chinese woman, and that's rather racially unfitting since Chinese women are super attractive, this movie is pure pleasant eye candy what with depicting a Chinese girl, a funny dragon and a cute bug all teamed up with the funny, clumsy Three Stooges all against the Huns, the ISIS of Ancient China. This is one of the best hand-drawn animated films ever made.

Kyle P (es) wrote: Slow in some spots and there are some minimal amounts of filler, but the film constantly builds on itself, like a film version of "Stairway to Heaven", and culminates in a remarkable ending with Mr. Holland's namesake opus, his 30-year-in-the-making masterpiece, on full display. Truly brilliant and uplifting.