Lilith is a about a mysterious young woman in an elite sanitarium in New England, who seems to weave a magical spell all around her. A restless, but sincere young man with an equally obscure past is seemingly drawn into her web. As time passes, their relationship deepens and intensifies, and the differences between them begin to blur, leading to a shocking, but oddly logical conclusion.
- Stars:Warren Beatty, Jean Seberg, Peter Fonda, Kim Hunter, Anne Meacham, Jessica Walter, Gene Hackman, James Patterson, Robert Reilly,
- Director:Robert Rossen,
- Writer:Robert Rossen (screenplay), J.R. Salamanca (novel)
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(ru) wrote: Having been a Apple/Mac owner since 1979, I found this documentary refreshing and informative, and very glad that I have stayed with MacIntosh for 30+ years. Even when I had a PC, I still always held on to my Mac, and nothing can compare to a Mac.
(de) wrote: A young woman returns from the future and enlists the unwilling help of a hitman to stop an alien invasion. The Terminator meets Independence Day with a dash of Transformers in a highly derivative but fun pulp sci-fi actioner. It borrows heavily from a lot of sources and the effects can occasionally feel a little "Stargate SG-1" but the likable leads and inventive visuals mean it is still very entertaining. There's the usual high octane martial arts mixed with future technology giving an excuse for some bullet-time acrobatics and Goro Kishitani makes an amusingly over the top villain. If the time travel paradox twist had been used with a little more imagination it could've been brilliant, but as it stands it's an undemandingly fun sci-fi actioner in the mold of Ryuhei Kitamura.
(es) wrote: Love this film. It's panned by the critics on here as over the top and excessively violent. There wasn't an inordinate amount of violence and the violence wasn't gratuitous but actually necessary for the plot. Really enjoyable. Great soundtrack as well. I've watched it several times and while I feel there were areas it could have maybe been improved, it was more than satisfactory. People feel Bacon's metamorphosis from a respected, affluent businessman into an uncompromising, ruthless assassin is unrealistic and excessive but who knows how you'd react if basically your whole family was wiped out by a bunch of thugs for no real reason other than tribalism and gang culture. I felt the end, while the shootout was exciting, lacked substance and a satisfying conclusion. It felt like the film ended in a hurry and left some unanswered questions. Overall, it's a solid eight out of ten for me, and while not on the same level, is quite similar to the Shawshank redemption insofar as it has grown in popularity after the fact. If you read reviews on YouTube, it's clearly popular and a movie with a really memorable OST always gains traction, particularly if the soundtrack is very much aligned with the mood and tempo of the film. Pilot speed's song in this film is beautiful, poignant and very moving.
(gb) wrote: Gripping thriller, well worth 90 mins of your time. Easily the high point of George's career.
(mx) wrote: Combined with its sequel (you must see both, the first ends abruptly) this is an outstanding miniseries dealing with many issues political, social, and religious. It is difficult to speak too highly of the two "V" series which combine to form one of the best sci-fi dramas of the 20th century.
(de) wrote: The first HongKong film I saw and definitely one of the best.
(nl) wrote: I watched this movie when I was 7 years old, still remember it. Great movie!
(ag) wrote: Interesting in its own right as a tidy chiller/thriller, but recommendable when one realizes that so many later horror flicks seem but a footnote to this one.
(jp) wrote: OK, so he rolls around and cheats, then comes home to his wife and. . .she. . .I'm confused. Chet is one of the least charming characters I've seen in a while, too, but then again it was the '60s so his bizarre rhyming of "Florence" with insurance probably played better to a gang of drug-crazed hippies.
(nl) wrote: While the plot was fairly simplistic, one overlooks this shortcoming in favour of the sublime editing, cinematography and the extremely beautiful locales. The acting is pretty melodramatic too, but the director employs the technique very, very well; As a result, the actors never seem annoyingly cloy, despite modern tastes.An excellent silent film
(jp) wrote: Such a solid solid movie. It was straight up hilarious!! Bill Murray is such a genius in it as well. I feel sad it took me forever to see it.