On a remote Irish farm, five people become unwilling participants in an experiment that goes nightmarishly wrong.

The film happens in a small farm when a farmer agree with a local bio-genetics firm to have some experiments. Suddenly, experiments aiming to growing cattle are failed which makes monsters threatening the human. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Phil H (ca) wrote: Was there need for a third film in this dreary franchise? the bigger question is how on earth they got Scott Adkins in it?! I guess if you like violent rumbles between large groups of moronic football 'fans' then you might get a kick outta this. Of course I use the word fans in a very loose sense as we all know its about footie hooligans.The plot is merely a replay of the first two films, more excuses for cockney battles in the street. But wait! no its not! its actually about one young hooligan getting killed and his brother comes back to London to sort it out. When I say sort it out...I mean find the culprits and beat the shit outta them with his hooligan buddies (his firm), so yes actually it is the same.So as Adkins is the main character here you may have already guessed that martial arts will be involved...and you'd be right. Although its not a full on martial arts fest as you'd expect from Adkins, its still mainly a large old school ruck but with the added extra of the odd martial arts moves. Clearly they have tried to incorporate both styles and alter the plot, we find out that the world of hoodlum fighting has become more organised and turned into an underground tournament with no rules. It appears the thugs have upgraded their skills with more precision squabbling, actually turning away from booze and becoming lean fit fighting machines.This is all well and good but it kinda removes the whole gritty footie fan battling aspect that made the very first film reasonably fun to watch (aside from seeing Wood getting his head kicked in). Now you simply have yet another fight tournament flick with semi muscular blokes doing martial arts, the perfect vehicle for Adkins and obviously tailored around him. Its good they have tried to come up with a fresh idea here but ruins the premise of the franchise and secondly, why make a third film anyway only to change it completely?I still can't quite fathom out why Adkins agreed to make this when its clear to see its a low budget go nowhere flick. This film doesn't even have a wiki page so far! that's how unknown it is! The main problem with the film aside from poor acting and hokey cockney accents is the fact the fights aren't even that good, too obvious basically, you can see the punches and kicks aren't connecting. Had the fights actually looked good then you could forgive all the rest as fighting is the name of the game bottom line. Unfortunately its all pretty bad truth be told, a football hooligan film without any actual footie hooliganism, not that I'm condoning footie hooliganism of course but that's what you expect here, dagnabbit.

LiAmber Nichole B (it) wrote: Disappointing ending. Stupid twist. Not to mention the false advertising with the trailer, all of which is not in the actual film. Over all interesting and entertaining but disappointing.

Walter M (nl) wrote: In "Pretty Bird," Curtis(Billy Crudup) has an idea. So, he goes to his best friend Kenny(David Hornsby) who has a successful mattress business and therefore the necessary capital. The next step is an aerospace engineer, and somehow without alerting several government agencies, he contacts Rick(Paul Giamatti), very much out of work and badly in need of something to occupy his time. Together they form Fantastic Tech where Curtis plans to build personal jet packs from blueprints found at the local library, inspired by the movie "Thunderball." In the end, this is a rambling and offbeat movie that holds together as well as it does due to the always excellent work from Crudup and Giamatti. A lot of "Pretty Bird" has to do with people who have found only disappointment in life, just as the future is not the one we all imagined, especially with no flying cars.(Although, there is one in "The Man with the Golden Gun.") Kenny became a success but not by following his dream while Curtis and Rick are still going in their original directions at different speeds, as one is practical while the other one has his head always in the clouds. And on the surface, it might seem strange to be inspired to build something from a James Bond movie but I think I remember hearing about the navy utilizing the idea of the underwater breathers also from "Thunderball," so who knows?

Julie O (mx) wrote: Trs partage sur ce film.Vaut le coup d'tre vu mais de l payer une place de cin pour le voir en salle non. Bonne ide ce road movie sur une nuit mais pas assez bien trait puis trop de longueurs, surtout les scnes au cours desquelles le personnage principal se dplace en scooter.

Paula S (de) wrote: Finally, a brilliant scientist has the courage to publicly confront the treat of religion to science, and to argue about ??the process of non-thinking called faith??.

Joe H (ca) wrote: Great low-budget movie that deserves more attention than it gets

Lenard K (br) wrote: Obese woman is determined to lose weight in order to reunite with her boyfriend from ten years earlier. Another HK romantic-comedy starring Sammi Cheng that isn't nearly as entertaining as My Left Eye Sees Ghosts, but I'm a sucker for the genre and still felt a little weepy at the end.

Vicky E (ca) wrote: This is an amazing documentary. I highly recommend it if you're even remotely interested in these types of documentaries. It's available via instant streaming on Netflix if you're a subscriber.

Ol R (au) wrote: Far from flawless, the control over the narrative and pacing by first time director Mario Van Peebles is shaky at times, and the action sequences can be a little undercooked, but it's still a solid early 90s crime thriller, that ticks most of the boxes, with a couple of fantastic performances by Wesley Snipes and Ice-T. Speaking of which, it's the early 90s atmosphere and film-making techniques that sell the movie for me. I'm not entirely sure why, but that whole era totally captivates me. The cinematography, the camera work and the action sequences have a distinct feel to them, that reminds me of other early 90s cult classics such as True Romance and Carlito's Way and as such, I couldn't give it less than 4 stars.

calum m (us) wrote: gd film back in its, time hope it arrives on blu ray soon ,

Scott R (jp) wrote: Woody Allen at his usual witty story telling mixed with complex characters, humor and drama.

Leslie D (it) wrote: Must-see controversial thriller. Kinda sad but still unsettling.

Johnny R (kr) wrote: The infamous and controversial Cannibal Holocaust has been on my to watch list for quite some time. I don't regret seeing it at all but part of came away a little disappointed. The movie is truly disturbing, especially the found footage sections of the movie. It's a shame that most of the acting is pretty bad. Sometimes it's hit and miss. The main guy I think his name is Robert Kerman, he did a fine job. The beginning parts of the movie actually work quite well. It starts as a simple rescue mission and then the second half is the found footage parts and also Robert Kerman explaining what he witnessed in the jungle. The movie flows much better than I expected it to. The music is really good and it has this strange uplifting/happy yet creepy quality to it. It really adds to the overall experience. The animal killings are real as well as the tribe. Sometimes everything is so realistic with how it looks and feels I can see why the movie has the reputation that it does. However it's extremely dated and the violence, rape, and torture is sure to turn many away. But if you're able to look past that and see the underlying messages of the film, it's worth watching.

Lee M (gb) wrote: A decent espionage escapade and a fairly suspenseful thriller that passes an entertaining few hours.

Daniel K (es) wrote: Very solid Hitchcockian noir. I don't quite buy Mitchum as a Docotor, but this is largely irrelevant to the film. A little more romantic and upbeat ending than is typical in noirs.


Tony V (nl) wrote: This movie managed to dig out all the old feelings that I thought I had buried and lay them right in front of me. Questions of what might have been, what It was and how it happened. Possibilities and alternatives. A love story that acknowledges the randomness of life, that so many of us wish wasn't true. The past - a fixed work of art that cannot be changed. Connections that could have been made, so clear from the future. We are all victims of this randomness and no matter how much we try to make sense of it and repeat it in our heads there is only one thing that is certain - time has passed and we have been changed. It is only the memories and the feelings that are left. The feelings that we put at bay during the day, so that we can have some resemblance of life, pour in during those moments when we are all alone and overwhelm us and keep us asking - "What if?" Both the good and the bad have become part of us and we will keep them with us for the rest of our lives. Nothing that we can do, can make us go back and relive and correct those moments and the only thing we are left with is the dreams. The sweet dreams that allow us to see the story that could have been.

Stephen E (ca) wrote: "Last Embrace" is an incompetently executed, wildly incoherent and overly melodramatic neo-noir thriller that's one of the dullest, most tepidly inspired pieces of cinema I've ever watched. Aside from Roy Scheider, whose performance is so over-the-top that it's almost admirable, the acting is laughably poor from the entire cast, and everything from the pacing to the direction to the lighting is painfully inept. How Jonathan Demme, Tak Fujimoto, Barry Malkin and Mikls Rzsa could get together and make sure a godawful hunk of soap opera-ish garbage is beyond me. It's an experience I hope never to endure again.

Heather M (nl) wrote: This movie joins the 'so bad it's good' club.