What if Apollo 11 never actually made it? What if, in reality, Stanley Kubrick secretly shot the famous images of the moon landing in a studio, working for the US administration? This is the premise of a totally plausible conspiracy theory that takes us to swinging sixties London, where a stubborn CIA agent will never find Kubrick but is forced to team up with a lousy manager of a seedy rock band to develop the biggest con of all time.

Set in 1969 London, Moonwalkers tells the story of an unstable CIA agent and the manager of a rock band who must find a way to fake the moon landing after failing to locate the legendary Stanley Kubrick. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Thomas N (ca) wrote: Our favorite puppets Six-Shooter, Tunneler, Pinhead, Jester, Leech Woman, and Blade are all back along with some new puppets that team up with the wretched Nazis. But the terrible acting (and I mean terrible!!!!!) and boring dialogue make this installment unworthy of being called good. If more time and money were put into this then maybe it could have been something. I personally think the only thing that can save this franchise is if another company gets the rights to film a big budget remake for a theatrical release but I doubt this will ever happen.

Joe L (us) wrote: Saint John of Las Vegas is a bit of an oddball comedy that works more with its performers than its script. The film has some fairly cheesy and poorly written scenes as well as a plot that seems odd the entire way through. It's with the help though of Steve Buscemi and Sarah Silverman that the film can remain watchable. While the fraud story has its moments, Buscemi's gambling problem story along with his new relationship with Silverman is where the film goes best. Even with these parts working though the script can get very out of hand and a bit of a bore. If it wasn't for these two comedians, the film may have been one of the worst of the year. Though while they do bring watchabilty to the table, the comedians can't quite make this film a success, it falls just shy of the bar.

Wesley H (es) wrote: A wonderful documentary about the search for fame and the lie of ever having it.

Greg W (br) wrote: just an average rom-com

Russ S (nl) wrote: After I saw this movie several months ago from insta-view on NF, I became a big fan of suckiness (the cool kind). Of course though, I am a sucker for girls who sing and play guitar, but this film had me longing for something unique and quirky in a relationship, not just infatuation or lust.

Francisco G (de) wrote: For any pool player, its a great flick. Its a fun movie, dont expect cinematic masterpieces by the acting; however DO EXPECT the awesomeness of Christopher Walken.

Heidi K (it) wrote: Horrible! Corny, the acting was way over the top. Bad characters. Not much there to it. I only watched for the A.J. factor. I couldn't take anything serious about this movie, and I didn't find it "funny" either. It was just odd in a boring way, couldn't wait for it to end.

Kimberly S (gb) wrote: I'm not generally much of a fan of musicals, but I found this one to be charming and delightful.

Ben L (ca) wrote: Conspiracy Theory is a film about a crazy cab driver (played by Mel Gibson) who obsesses over a reporter (played by Julia Roberts.) Everything he tells her sounds like the ravings of a crazy guy from the tin-foil hat society, until they find themselves wrapped up in a conspiracy of their own. I love the cast in this movie. Mel Gibson is great at playing the unhinged insanity of Jerry. There is one scene in particular that made me wonder why he never did horror, because he has the insane screams down to a science. Julia Roberts grounds the movie and brings genuine emotion. Her character has to make some dramatic shifts of allegiance throughout the film, but I think she is capable of making those transitions believable. Patrick Stewart proves in this film that he should play more villains. He is so creepy, particularly in his face-to-face discussions with the other leads, I feel uneasy the entire time. The story of Conspiracy Theory is a bit far-fetched and crazy, but it almost has to be so that it can match the insanity of all the conspiracies Jerry describes. Perhaps the biggest flaw in this film is some of the convenient ways they write themselves out of a tight spot. For instance: They need to give Julia a way to get a head start running from the bad guys, so just put a loosely covered pit right there for one of them to fall in. It's lazy writing, and it diminishes the excitement and perceived danger of the scene when it feels like the movie is always going to be on her side. However, these lazy plot points in the film aren't enough to make me dislike it. I find it to be an entertaining mystery/action movie that is made better by a few excellent performances.

Antony M (mx) wrote: Without a doubt one of the worst movies ever made. The worst movie ever in terms of script, acting etc is supposed to be cult classic Troll 2. I think this is worse. The acting is so bad you have to see it to believe it. Even the in the argument of good v evil or whatever, there is not an ounce of intelligance in the script, a child could make a better movie.