My iz budushchego, or We Are from the Future, is a movie about time travel. Four 21st century treasure seekers are transported back into the middle of a WWII battle in Russia. The movie's ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
My iz budushchego
My iz budushchego, or We Are from the Future, is a movie about time travel. Four 21st century treasure seekers are transported back into the middle of a WWII battle in Russia. The movie's ...
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Lena S (jp) wrote: Simply a masterpiece.
Ronnie S (gb) wrote: Monsteret heri var sgu okay lavet. Har set alt for mange film hvor monstrene lignede lort. Heri var den dog som sagt okay. Man s den bare for lidt og for sent i filmen. Der var alt for meget udenom snak, men kan man overleve det, s var det her en habil gyser. Ikke en klassiker, men heller ikke s pisse elendig som rigtig mange gysere ellers er !
Kevin L (nl) wrote: Flash Point has great action choreography by Donnie Yen, but the plot was okay
Stephen M (it) wrote: A decent break down on how govt. spends the country into debt and how it can compromise the nations security. The movie was released in 2008 so it was still during the Bush administration years and it finishes the movie up by giving the false hope that if the voters vote somebody responsible in, we can fix the problem. The movie doesn't go into specifics about congress and the senate, or lobbyists, or and the deal making that goes on. Instead this film focuses more on the presidents and blames them for the out of control spending or its recovery. There was some propaganda to this movie, putting republicans in a negative light whenever they held office. There's even a still frame shot on Hillary & Obama (future candidates). If the movie is going to point blame it should focus on congress and the senate as well. Our spending is more wasteful today.Would have preferred if this film just stuck with the problem of spending and offer the solutions on how it can be fixed.
Kati H (ca) wrote: loved the show. love the movie. also also sad.
Erika K (de) wrote: Good story, bad accents :)
Hkon S (es) wrote: Potentially "exciting" for repressed US audiences, but thoroughly dull for the rest of the world. I didn't care about any of the self-indulgent characters or what happened to them. Didn't even care about the blackmailing "victim". Waste of time.
Korinn G (fr) wrote: best movie ever created
Steve P (ca) wrote: Okay, so this was a movie I had on VHS when I was a kid. I don't know where it came from, but I watched it all the time. I was thinking about it the other day and I found a DVD on Amazon that I had shipped from California. I watched it again last night after not seeing it for probably 12 years, and it's still awesome!It's a bit of a kids movie, a foreign flick that Disney liked and put out in the United States after renaming it Shipwrecked. It's the story of a young boy who must become a sailor to pay off a debt or else his family will have to sell their farm. He gets shipwrecked at sea (who saw that one coming?) and ends up on an island where he finds a treasure and booby traps the place to stop the pirates from getting it. Family friendly fighting and action ensues, and good times are had by all.Even watching it today, it's less of a kids movie and more of a good 'ol piratey tale for anyone. The scenery and feel of the movie is excellent. The sailors are a realistically dirty yet friendly bunch of men, the antagonist really needs to be punched in the face, and the one girl in the movie is definitely pretty. The acting is really good for being a kids movie, and the story is simple but fun. It really is a good piratey adventure, but what's with that stupid ape part. Down a star, just for that. Other than that, it really is quite enjoyable, even as an adult.
Gergely K (ag) wrote: Sok jdonsggal nem szolglt a Mostohaapa 2... Jtt, bekltztt egy egyed 1/4lll mamhoz (C)s csemet (C)j (C)hez majd elkezdte 'ket terrorizlni. Nem rossz gy se, Terry O' Quinn-nek tipikus 'r 1/4lt feje van ez (C)rt akad n (C)mi fesz 1/4lts (C)g, de sok (C)rtelme nem volt elk (C)szteni. Egy kicsivel tbbet kellett volna foglalkozni f'gonoszunk mltjval, mert azon kv 1/4l, hogy volt egy kutyja nem tudtam meg az (C)gvilgon semmit.
Marrick A (mx) wrote: A movie so great the Tarrantino sampled some of its dialogue and used it in Pulp Fiction.
Cameron S (nl) wrote: With a running time that barely breaks an hour, it would be fair to assume that Doris Wishman's 'Bad Girls Go To Hell' is a straight through and through film that leaves little space for baggage, it would also be fair to assume that this cult 60s sexploitation earned it's status as a classic of the genre. In fact, it would be fair to assume many things about this film before watching it, none of which could prepare you for what you get. Overlong, meritless trash.Gigi Darlene plays Meg Kelton, a housewife who is one day raped by her janitor whilst putting out the trash dressed in her nightie. Literally seconds after returning home Meg receives a note telling her that if she doesn't go to the janitor's apartment her husband will find out about what happened. For some reason that defies any explanation she decides to comply with the notes' request only to be raped again (God knows what she was expecting). During the second rape, however, Meg kills the janitor and instead of calling the police and telling them what happened (with the note as proof), runs away to New York.Nonsensical plot aside, 'Bad Girls Go To Hell' has little to offer in terms of enjoyment. Sure, the 1960s beauties featured throughout may have enticed some extremely lowbrow form of enjoyment when it came out, but modern viewers watching for lewd thrills would be better off flicking through today's music video channels. As well as this, the film shines a forgiving light on rape, seeing it as an act with no repercussions other then the victim fighting back. Throughout the film Meg is raped four times, beaten, and assumingly, if the end of the film is anything to go by, subjected to the exact same thing whilst the credits are rolling. All while the jolly soundtrack has you thinking, "Is this upbeat tune really fitting rape music?"Perhaps the biggest insult the film offers is the ending, which, without going into too much detail, renders any investment you may (but probably won't have) made in the film for nothing.Verdict: If bad girls really do go to hell, this tortuous film is presumably stuck on repeat.
Michael S (nl) wrote: One of the most underrated of Elia Kazan's many high quality films is also one of his greatest and most personal.
Lori B (de) wrote: Rio Bravo is a movie that should be terrible. It contains every Western cliche except for Bad Indians (plenty of loyal Hispanics though), and it should be doomed by the fact that it stars not one but two "singing cowboys," Dean Martin and Ricky Nelson.BUT . . . it's actually a great movie. John Wayne has an unexpected screen chemistry with co-star Angie Dickinson, and it turns out that Dean Martin is a good actor. And so is Ricky Nelson. Walter Brennon's comic relief feels a little dated to me, but overall, this is a pretty great movie, and I enjoyed it much, much more than the Monday Night Football game I had been planning on watching.