Komisarz Blond i Oko Sprawiedliwosci
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Mike C (ru) wrote: Damn, not bad for a tv movie about science! Of course, it's not just any science. It's largely the story of how a Nobel-winning scientist, nearly on his deathbed, brought to light how the Challenger space shuttle disaster likely happened.Not a big William Hurt fan, but he does a great job as Richard Feynman, the physicist who helped solve the deal. Feynman won the Nobel, worked on the first atomic bomb, for which he was not proud, and is generally considered one of the top 10 physicists ever. Not a bad resume. The film seems to be historically accurate in many regards pertaining to Feynman and what he did. He died shortly after his famous televised demonstration of rubber in cold water.Again, not a bad flick for tv. It aired on Discovery and Science Channels, so who would expect this time of cast with some fairly big names?
MariePier D (it) wrote: That is SO good! Totally crazy funny, and I can watch figure skating without feeling guilty, haha!
Al M (fr) wrote: A bizarre final entry in the Hammer Dracula series that blends kung-fu with vampires to create a strange sort of hybrid film. Not one of my favorite Hammer vampire films. I enjoy the creepy, atmospheric vampire parts, but the martial arts aspects interrupt this way too often and for overly long periods of time. Still an entertaining enough little film.
Jeff B (us) wrote: Lacks the panache (as well as the star power) of the John Ford remake "My Darling Clementine." Short, but still dragged a bit.