Slastan, a Karadjistan man, is willing to blow himself up aboard a Moscow plane bound for Madrid, but his plan is complicated when, due to a snowstorm, the flight is delayed. Staying in a hotel, the terrorist will have to live with the 332 people who he will kill until the storm ceases, which prevents him from continuing his mission. Slastan knows, speaks and relates to his future victims and begins to wonder if suicide and ending the lives of all these innocent people is really right.
- Stars:Leticia Dolera, Verónica Echegui, Álex García, Carmen Machi, Héctor Alterio, Ivan Massagué, Eduardo Blanco, Daniel Gorvat, Agnes Kiraly, Ajay Jethi, María Jesús Hoyos, Peter Nikolas, Chendo Lestao,
- Director:Álex Pina,
- Writer:Iván Escobar (screenplay), Álex Pina (screenplay)
A Karadjistan named Slastan, made a plan to go to Madrid on a Moscow plane. Owing to the snowstorm, it had been delayed. Therefore, he had to stay together with more 300 people whom he planned to kill when the storm stopped, which he assumed they prevented him from his mission. But after that, he wondered whether what he did right or not? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: Loved it. Nice little escape for an hour or so. Made me feel all young again.
(au) wrote: One of the greatest films I have ever seen. A real treat for any film addict
(mx) wrote: Oh, horse movies; why must you all have the same silly tropes (underestimated beast, training montages, barely believable rapport with owner)? Having said that, Spielberg makes the suspect script more than just corny and old-fashioned with some truly gorgeous visuals and just enough big dramatic moments. Like a horse-breeding calendar, "War Horse" is vapid and inoffensive, yet pretty and solidly epic.
(jp) wrote: the shooter series is probably one of my favorite hong kong movie. always with intense guns scenes and mysterious case. the basic idea is sort of similar but it gives another feeling every time.
(us) wrote: It's wierd but couldnt help to keep watching it!
(nl) wrote: Plot: Another possessed little girl movie, that actually is not that bad.Review:When their youngest daughter, Em, played by Natasha Calis (The Harvest, Christmas Caper), becomes strangely obsessed with an antique wooden box bought from a yard sale. The parents Clyde, played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Watchmen, The Losers) and Stephanie, played by Kyra Sedgwick (Born on the Fourth of July, Kill Your Darlings) see little cause for alarm. However, Em becomes increasingly unstable, leading the couple to fear the presence of a supernatural force. Clyde and Stephanie learn that the box contains a a dislocated spirit (a demonic Jew) that inhabits, and ultimately devours a human host. Did we all see a film like this before?Even though we have gotten films like this over, and over, and over again. The Possession is actually not that bad. The possessed box really is an as$h*le! In the beginning, an old woman owns this box. The box literally goes Brock Lesnar on this woman; kicking her butt left and right. The old woman has a yard sale, and our main characters go do this yard sale to buy dishes (they could have just went to Wal-Mart). When they purchase the box, and take it home. That's when the cute little girl becomes creepy, strange, going fight club on herself, and possession comes into play.The movie does become a typical possessed little girl film. But as the film goes on, it does try to be a little more original, and visually it is stunning. The film is produced by Sam Raimi (Evil Dead, Spider - Man). I belive this helps the film, and gives the film more credibility. Even though I would have preferred him to direct this.I like when the film truly builds up tension, and it cuts to black. It reminded me of some Stanley Kubrick's work we've seen. So believe the film is directed well. I thought this was an interesting fact, the rabi in this film is actually a jewish Reggae singer, according to IMDB. I just think it's interesting, I didn't realize they were making those now, (Just Kidding). Also, the young girl in this movie Natasha Calis, was phenomenal in this movie. she acts better than some adults. In some scenes she is so cute, innocent, and wide eyed. Other scenes she is evil as can be.My only little nit pick of a complaint about the film is it could have been longer. More character development, tension, etc.So these are my final Bitchin' Buddha thoughts on The Possession. The Possession is a well acted, fun midnight movie, builds up tension, and overall a good movie. It does follow the same format we've seen. On the other hand, it truly does try, builds tension, and wants to be original. I believe The Possession earns a...3.5 out of 5.Thank you for reading, and viewing, and i hope you have an amazing day as always. :)
(jp) wrote: Perhaps too contrived and preachy but this story of one the trials of.The ScottsboroBoys makes the audience long for justice.
(gb) wrote: This movie was slighty creepy, very dark, and depressing. If you are feeling like in a weird mood, get this movie. It wasnt terrible, but if you are turned off by dads getting it on with there daughters then never mind.
(mx) wrote: I love movies and books about epidemics, pandemics etc so this is right in my wheelhouse. The movie is at its best when focusing on the actual outbreak and not the lovers quarrel and reunion between Dustin Hoffman and Rene Russo (FYI when I was a teenager for some reason I was in love with Rene Russo). Overall a fun movie with the best parts being Dustin Hoffman + Morgan Freeman working together to defy the government's orders to destroy one of our own cities.
(br) wrote: A lesser sequel in which Arnold's absence is noticeable, pretty bad plot, with decent action.
(it) wrote: One of indispensables of sci-fi genre.Shall not miss it.
(jp) wrote: Stylish film noir from director John Farrow suffers from a number of credibility-stretching plot contrivances, but a tense, palpable atmosphere of seedy paranoia sees it through. Robert Mitchum offers his patented cool in the lead, with Faith Domergue appropriately unstable as the femme fatale; though Claud Rains is relegated to a brief, though pivotal, cameo. It has its flaws, but there's a lot for noir fans to appreciate.
(mx) wrote: Entertaining enough for the type of movie it was. Nothing too extraordinary.
(br) wrote: Two words ppl's....surprisingly viewable.