London, 2007. Tom Jackman is the only living descendent of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. He has made a deal with his dark side: a body share. What Mr. Hyde doesn't know is that Tom has a family. There is a wife and two children that he'll do anything to protect from his dark side. With all the resources of modern technology, and the best surveillance hardware, he's determined to keep his dark side in line. He's done a deal with his own devil. What neither of them knows is that an ancient organisation, with limitless wealth and power, is monitoring their every move, and a plan over a century in the making is coming to fruition.
Writer:Scott Zakarin (screenplay), Robert Louis Stevenson (novel)
While researching a cure for cancer, DR. HENRY JEKYLL creates a computer-generated alter-ego, MR. HYDE, a creature of animal appetites and uncontrollable impulses who goes on a killing spree and ultimately tries to destroy his own creator... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Nate C (gb) wrote: Had me in tears more than any other movie I've seen. Sadly the acting on the part of the mothers was poor, but other than that it was amazing.
Lombard C (jp) wrote: It's possible that the frantic pace of this movie, along with Marlon Wayans' manic performance, were designed to either serve as comedy, or distract audiences from the sense that Haunted House 2 is, in fact, almost comedy-less.
Rodrigo y (us) wrote: The story of a man who died of love. Amazing.
Eric H (nl) wrote: This documentary is really good. Director, Havana Marking, does a great job introducing us to the various contestants, and she really builds the right amount of suspense as the competition progresses. We get to know the singers a little. We rejoice with them when they advance to another round, and we cry with them when they're eliminated. This show was very interesting, because it was one of the first new programs to pop up once the Taliban's decades long ban on singing and music was finally lifted.
James B (ca) wrote: I thought this was ok as a kid. but looking back the plot and acting was really bad in this film.
Brenton A (mx) wrote: Ed Harris' capable acting and direction are imbued with all of the impassioned, bipolar nature of Pollock and his works.
Brad S (au) wrote: Fantastic production!
Zachary L (au) wrote: A very interesting documentary dealing with the poster-child of invasive species: the dreaded cane toad. Enjoy interviews with burnt out toad lickers. Very interesting and entertaining.
Zandra E (fr) wrote: It started out with real promise, then it devolved into every cliche imaginable. Sir Anthony Hopkins truly saved this film. He's always excellent.
Taylor N (ag) wrote: Really enjoyed this one. Orson Welles was so creative and his movies are smart--they feel literary. It seems like he didn't give a damn, as if he did whatever he found interesting with little worry as to how the movie was received.
Hiatt N (de) wrote: Halle Berry is an Aristocat, but not this movie.
nickhits d (gb) wrote: better than i expected. had quite a few twists..
Kevin M (nl) wrote: A fine story that presents a very good new breakout character (Kathy Kane) in an already established universe. Although if I were to make a Batfamily movie I would not have chosen this characters (especially Batwing) over the far more important Tim Drake, Barbara Gordon or Cassandra Cain. The only moment of the film were I was truly excited was Batgirl's cameo at the end, it's such a shame that it was only that, a cameo. Also, it was a little confusing that, although this representation of Talia is more faithfull to the modern comics, it is completely different from the previous appearence of Talia in the movie Son of Batman. In conclusion, it is a fine new entry in the New 52 Batman saga but they (all of the new movies since the Flashpoint Pardox) all are far from the best DC Animated Movies like Under The Red Hood and Year One. Undoubtly the best about this movie (aside from the end scene) is the introduction of Batwoman.