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LEGO Hero Factory: Savage Planet
The Hero Factory's mission: to build the bravest, most advanced Heroes in the galaxy! When rookie Rocka responds to a civilian distress call from the planet Quatros.
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Troy K (ca) wrote: Very interesting for a documentary, but it leaves out obvious questions. Definitely recommended.
Alex G (de) wrote: I really enjoyed this adaptation. I like the comic a lot, but also loved this re-imagining of the original story. Very different but kept the heart of the story. And the animation was fantastic. My only peeve was Duncan's big bountiful head of hair.
Andy G (de) wrote: Alyce kills is ok horror movie about a girl that pushes her friend off a roof and starts killing people after that, some stuff gets pretty gory. C+
Billy G (ca) wrote: Too quirky for its own good, as though it's simply trying too hard to fit into a specific indie clique.
Jack M (ru) wrote: Eric Bana's shocking and drastic change, with the weight and body art, to portray the most notorious and twisted Australian criminals is only matched with his somewhat alluring and abnormal performance.
Gimly M (kr) wrote: The Omen trilogy couldn't produce a good film beyond the first, and this ridiculously convoluted followup to it doesn't exactly break the mould.
Willie C (ru) wrote: Check out the movie on youtube and see for yourself.
John M (de) wrote: Excellent! What fun! It's an original movie, it's quirky and mad!All the cast are excellent, from Baldwin and Davis as the straight-laced Maitlands, to Jones and O'Hara as the annoying Deetzes, but the show belongs to Michael Keaton. His manic and hilarious title character is a revelation. He is absolutely brilliant.
Sylvester E (ag) wrote: A true classic from start to finish. The ending...is worth over and over again.
Ben v (br) wrote: Alien is not a fast-paced movie, it's not a big movie, sometimes it's not even a fun movie. You know why? Because it's not supposed to be. Alien doesn't need to show the monster more than the 6 times it does, Alien needs to tell a compelling story with three dimensional characters and good acting. All of which this movie achieves. Complaints that this movie features a "rubber monster" or practical effects that don't "tantalize" are either forgetting that this was made in 1979 or are caught up in the fact that it was made in 1979. Yes the monster looks dated on the wide shots that we get of it, but CGI was essentially non-existent and believe it or not, movies have budgets. The other side of that coin is that the world Alien builds looks and feels too much like Star Wars and the production team was just copying that. To retort, Fox decided to take this project BECAUSE of the immense success of Star Wars. Every movie company rushed to space because Star Wars did so well. Those who watch Alien need to be absorbed into the film, and those opening - so called "boring" - shots are there to do that. So if you haven't seen Alien, you really should and keep two things in mind: every second of this film matters and don't expect an overblown in-your-face monster that pops out every other minute. Alien is a fantastic film with superb acting, an original (for the time) plot, and surprisingly good practical effects.
Patrick A (es) wrote: Very good. I'm surprised it didn't make more of a splash.
David L (es) wrote: With beautiful and fitting black and white photography, possibly the best direction from Tim Burton yet and great performances from Johnny Depp and Martin Landau, Ed Wood benefited from obviously being made with a lot care and it has such phenomenal dialogue and that along with such a stellar script led to a great humor with a lot of the lines being absolutely hilarious. But it also succeeds as a drama as some scenes are poignant and dramatic. It is a wonderful, truly great film that is one of the director's best and also one of the finest biopics that I have ever seen.