Missile to the Moon
Escaped convicts Gary and Lon are caught hiding in a rocket by scientist Dirk Green, who forces them to pilot the ship to the moon. Dirk, who's secretly a moon being, wants to return to his home satellite. Dirk's partner Steve Dayton and his fiancé June stowaway on the ship by accident. Will they all make it back safely?
- Stars:Richard Travis, Cathy Downs, K.T. Stevens, Tommy Cook, Nina Bara, Gary Clarke, Michael Whalen, Laurie Mitchell, Leslie Parrish, Henry Hunter, Lee Roberts, Pat Mowry, Tania Velia, Sanita Pelkey, Lisa Simone,
- Director:Richard E. Cunha,
- Writer:H.E. Barrie (screenplay), Vincent Fotre (screenplay)
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(us) wrote: Gore og blod i bttevis, de luxe B- film,denne stinker,men den stinker godt! Loved it!
(es) wrote: Ugh. If cutting down a 100 year old tree, drawing a penis on a rabbit in the children's library and drinking while intoxicated is what characterizes the youths of today, and to capture it on film to tell the story of teenage angst, this is a sad affair for the American youths of today. I get what the young Coppola is trying to say, and rightly so as she couldn't tell the same story as Sophia or her grandfather, just that there is not much story to go on here. The audience on RT gets it right this time.
(kr) wrote: This movie is destined for greatness... on Mystery Science Theater 3000!Where to start? My first thought was Was the lead actor specifically cast to resemble Glen Beck? If so then the junk science and failures in logic are more understandable. It seems the most dangerous place on earth during this disaster is standing next to this family. This movie should be used as an instructional video to show what not to do in a disaster. If they can do something the wrong way they find a way to do it spectacularly well. If you have the time and the blood alcohol level of .08 or greater then you and your friends might enjoy this as long as you do not have to pay for it.
(au) wrote: Smooth, Sweet and Warm. I love Idea that about a boy who come to study music school because of a girl and a director compare that our heart is just like a season. They always change...Love This Film
(it) wrote: Well acted, don't get me wrong. But its so grim and runs through every cliche possible, and then presents us with an ending that is never earned.
(jp) wrote: While hardly what I would call one of Cronenbergs best, the movie does offer enough creativity and mind-bending dialogue and imagery to keep it entertaining. I did find it to be too slow sometimes and the pace leaves much to be desired, but the Cronenberg aspect of the movie makes this one a pretty bizarre and unique experience, even if it isnt entirely satisfying or sure of itself.
(gb) wrote: Amazing how Sylvester Stallone manages to be the one to standout in a film that also has Robert De Niro, Harvey Keitel and Ray Liotta.Very good crime drama with some great performances, especially worth watching for Stallone as proof that he can act.
(it) wrote: Even though habit is in no sense a good film and may will probably bore most, larry Fessenden's talents and the last 15 minutes are quiet satisfying.
(jp) wrote: Unbelievably funny movie. Romantic comedy with a great plot.
(nl) wrote: She's perfect....then she decides to ruin her hair for a date. She's blind but fun, he's fascinated by her blindness. But i really can't help but be pissed off with what she did to her hair.....it's really bugging me. And why does she live at the top of all those stairs? That's thoughtless of the director! Nevertheless....it still has a certain romantic charm.
(de) wrote: "Rocky III" hits the ground running and never backs off. It offers a recap of the last fight between Rocky and Creed, followed by an exciting montage that contrasts Rocky's success with Clubber Lang's ascent of the boxing rankings. The opening montage is set to "Eye of the Tiger" which, in addition to being an awesome Oscar-nominated song, establishes a theme that will become one of the main lessons that Rocky learns throughout the film. It's fun to finally see The Italian Stallion as a successful boxer and enjoying his fame. The first films portray Rocky as a hard worker whose success is half skill and half luck; this time, he continually proves his skill and is rewarded for it. As a result, Rocky becomes more like Apollo and Lang becomes more like Rocky. The film takes an interesting turn with the whole Hulk Hogan charity match (which I always felt was out of place) but I now see how it fits in with the growth of Rocky's image beyond his control. The best thing about this movie is that there is a ton of boxing and it is frequent from start to finish. The editing of the boxing sequences continues to grow more impressive and intense as the series progresses. It seems like each film in the series gives another actor a chance to come alive and this one is Talia Shire's. Her character is very shy and reserved but this is where she transforms into a strong woman. "Rocky III" is underrated and often overlooked in favor of the fourth film, but the emotions that drive "Rocky IV" are completely dependent on the developing friendship between Rocky and Apollo in this film. The iconic ending seals our hatred for the Russian in IV. If you binge-watch the series, you will find that there are a lot of moments recycled from prior films (Rocky learning a new style of boxing, wanting to give up, needing a motivational speech then working the hardest that he ever has), but for whatever reason this equation works over and over again. "Rocky III" is a great film that marks important developments in Rocky's boxing success, his relationship with Apollo Creed, and his relationship with his wife. It may often be forgotten but I would argue that III is pivotal in the story arc of the entire series, especially now that "Creed" has been released and heavily relies on these developments.
(mx) wrote: Francois Truffaut's critically acclaimed work hurls you into the disorganized, clueless world of Antoine Doinel, a recently dismissed soldier from French National Army. After the permanent suspension, Antoine sought after his childhood sweetheart who was also unsure about whether to reciprocate his interest or break his heart. Apart from his occasional visit to his Juliet's house and also to some brothels in Paris; he found himself in series of jobs without being able to settle in any until he joined a private detective farm serving as a stalker for rich individuals, following somebody's lost love or trying to determine the reasons for a shoe-showroom owner's loneliness. Eventually he lost charm in his new role, engaged himself in having coitus with client's better half and ended up as a TV repairman.This movie is a tribute to a young man's indecisiveness about life, obfuscated about his romance or his work. As usual it has unconventional storyline, Truffaut will keep the spectators guessing the next sequences. Outlandish !!!
(fr) wrote: [font=Times New Roman][size=3][color=#000000]Good old Bert I Gordon, in yet another Lippert production, tries to pass off stock footage of nature shots and shots of lizards wrestling as a movie. The acting is poor with the men acting like macho fools and the women (supposedly scientists) doing little else but asking the men for permission to do anything or scream helplessly at every danger. The effects, well c?mon, its lizards wrestling being passed off as dinosaurs. The ending kills me! They explore an island on this alien planet and find ?dinosaurs? on it, so what do our cool heroes do? They set off an atom bomb! I mean it, they blow the crap out of this whole island with an atomic bomb and then the main character calls that ?bringing civilization to planet Nova.?[/color][/size][/font]
(ca) wrote: Even from a fan of Mortal Kombat, this is an insult to the games, and an unbearable movie.