Shot in France, England, Switzerland and the United States, this documentary covers director Alejandro Jodorowsky (El Topo, Holy Mountain, Santa Sangre) and his 1974 Quixotic attempt to adapt the seminal sci-fi novel Dune into a feature film. After spending 2 years and millions of dollars, the massive undertaking eventually fell apart, but the artists Jodorowsky assembled for the legendary project continued to work together. This group of artists, or his “warriors” as Jodorowsky named them, went on to define modern sci-fi cinema with such films as Alien, Blade Runner, Star Wars and Total Recall.
Anna C (jp) wrote: Good acting but everything already seen...
David G (au) wrote: For Giamatti's poignant performance alone, Cold Souls is worth the ride.
Karen B (fr) wrote: This film is a captivating combination of the story of a brilliant self-taught artist, an embarrasing example of the racism that still exists in this country, and a tourism advertisement for Bishopville, South Carolina. Pearl Fryar's story, however, is well worth suffering through the other stuff.
Wrik S (es) wrote: the height of lousy film making.... melodramatic dialogues, awful dialogue delivery, bad acting, even worse directing and execution made the whole thing a shabby mess... too many faults in the movie to have any value...
Ken S (it) wrote: Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, and Will Ferrell are all hilarious in this ridiculous comedy about the vicious world of male modeling. David Duchovny has one of my favorite cameos ever. The film is completely silly and unrealistic, but htats sort of what makes this one work.
Shane S (jp) wrote: I love this dark horror/action film. Arnold is great! Good action here. Great direction as well.
Phil H (us) wrote: What a title, just screams 'must see' :) this is classy hehe even more cheesey and tacky than the first but the first had the excuse of being an old film, this was made eleven years later with the possibility of better effects. As you can guess those advantages werent used haha there are maybe one or two decent looking gator shots but most of the time you can almost see the crew wheeling the rubber gator along lolAgain you have to compare this to the 'Jaws' franchise (along with everything else eg. Piranha etc..), the attack sequences and even the plot this time are very similar to Jaws and Jaws 3, no one ever believes the good guy heheIm actually surprised they managed acouple of decent actors to take part, Joseph Bologna and Brock Peters both dash around pretending to be serious and they do add atouch of much needed realism but not too much ;)Its totally cliched, cheap and predictable and much worse than the original, yet its still not too bad haha how does one miss a slow moving alligator with a bazooka!? bahahahabrilliant!
Anthony V (nl) wrote: Better than expected action film, mostly due to the quality of the villains.
Robert H (br) wrote: A wonderful telling of space exploration, fantasy, scifi, Harryhausen, and H.G. Wells. And let me tell you... fantasy and fiction are truly the tales here as common sense, science, and reason must be thrown out the window in order to fully enjoy this tale. Would a space suit function without gloves ie. with just your hands exposed to the elements and no seal around the wrists? Does it matter? The answer... no! but that's not the point in this wonderful tale of whimsy and wonder. While not directed by Ray Harryhausen, he had plenty of influence on the production and his work is seen throughout the film as a result. H.G. Wells crafts a wonderful story and Harryhausen somehow has the knack to bring vision to these great words to create a true piece of beautiful art.
MEC r (fr) wrote: I didn't care for this film.
Aaron M (gb) wrote: Darkly passionate, deeply personal story about a woman struggling to recover from alcoholism and redeem herself with her family. Highly recommended!
Brian G (it) wrote: I never really expect much out of a game-to-movie film, and that's what I got. The Rock didnt seem as "electrifying" on-screen as I had hoped, but he got the job done overall....barely. The writing for this movie was just bad. One performance did stand out though, and that was Richard Blake's Portman, who played the Aliens equivalent of the "game over, man" role.......
Era M (ag) wrote: 33 aos y me sigue haciendo llorar
Luke L (mx) wrote: a more exciting sequel to a bad star trek movie it cared more about it's story more darker themes included plus stock's death and had a similar look to the original series