Mystery of the Crystal Skulls
One of archaeology's most compelling mysteries is that of the 13 crystal skulls. The crystal skulls have been some of the most powerful mystical symbols in human history. Several "perfect" crystal skulls have been found in parts of Mexico and Central and South America. Together, they form a mystery as enigmatic as the Great Pyramids and Stonehenge.
- Stars:Lester Holt, Leonardo Acul, Jaime Awe, David Hatcher Childress, Dawn Dean, Richard C. Hoagland, Bill Homann, John Major Jenkins, Anna Mitchell-Hedges, Chris Morton, Christopher Nesbitt, JoAnn Parks, Ron Ryan, Jaap Van Etten, Jane Walsh,
- Writer:Kevin Huffman
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Mystery of the Crystal Skulls torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: sci fi channel presents another piece of garbage
(de) wrote: While I was initially excited to see this, that feeling wore off when it felt like a ripoff of Malevolence, a far superior film. Pacing was slow and the ending will piss you off. However, it was enjoyable at certain times. Malevolence meets Jeeper Creepers.
(ca) wrote: Eye opening movie. Shows how disturbing and brainwashing some religious folks can be. They should be ashamed for teaching these kids what they teach them. Everyone should watch this. It's more of a documentary/horror.
(au) wrote: I absolutely love the visuals in this film, and the way that the music is used to accentuate the story. There's so much emotion expressed through the music, and any time there were lyrics they spoke directly to what was happening in the film. It was brilliant planning and it made Amadeus a joy to watch. I also adored the framing device, because Salieri perfectly explains his entire motivation in only a few minutes with the priest. There were a few acting performances that I struggled with, in fact some people seemed totally anachronistic in their speech patterns. Sadly, the worst of these was Tom Hulce as the titular character. While he softens and becomes tolerable late in the movie, I find his characterization painful to watch. It has been explained to me, in the time since I watched the film, that this was intentional, because we're supposed to be seeing Mozart through Salieri's eyes. I just felt a better actor could have played the character as annoying without making me cringe involuntarily. Luckily F. Murray Abraham was there totally classing up the film. He was remarkable. I loved every acting choice he made, and noticed a lot of subtlety in his performance. With just a slight tweak in casting I would anxiously seek out the opportunity to watch this movie again. Amadeus is definitely a quality movie, and one I'm glad I finally marked off my list of shame.
(us) wrote: Guilty, guilty fun as indeed all of Sly's directorial outings are.
(au) wrote: Never really liked Natalie Wood until I saw this. Then I fell in love. A cute romp that makes you yearn for a bygone age. Except for an overplayed car-chase at the end, a lovely film. w/ Lauren Bacall in all of her glory.
(it) wrote: The plot could have made for a fine farce, but there's absolutely no sense of pacing--a story that could have been told in a rip-roaring thirty minute TV slot is dragged out three times that long until, like Basil Rathbone, you can't help but wonder when the damn thing will ever die. Proof that it takes more than a great cast (Vincent Price, Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff, Basil Rathbone, Joe E. Brown), a great director (Jacques tourneur), and a great writer (Richard Matheson) to make a great movie; you need a great writer writing a script that isn't terrible, a great director giving some non-terrible direction and a set of non-terrible performances from your great cast. A practically offensive bit of Mickey Mousing in Les Baxter's score and some Goofy Sound Effects only add to the atrocities. At least Rhubarb was good.
(it) wrote: The MGM gloss can't enhance this boring, talky love triangle melodrama with a few production numbers thrown in for good measure; supporting roles by Rosalind Russell, Mickey Rooney and Allan Jones add a bit of spice to the proceedings.
(gb) wrote: After a brief 20 minutes of story and setting establishment, young Jerry Shaw (LeBeouf) walks into his apartment, which has been filled with military weapons, technology and explosive fertilizer. A voice on his phone tells him he has 30 seconds to escape, and on schedule the FBI bursts into his apartment. "Eagle Eye" rarely lets up from this moment on. Lebeouf and Monaghan drive a movie which never fails to captivate with its exciting chases and action scenes. The acting, script and overall plot, while far from perfect (and the latter, heavily borrowed), work well enough and it's all so exciting you won't really notice anyways. It simultaneously brings up strong questions about civil liberties in the midst of homeland defense. In the end, Eagle Eye is just what it promises to be - a nonstop thrill ride and a very fun time at the movies.
(it) wrote: The English Teacher can become annoying given its tendency to create drama through confusing or logically dubious means, but it's a useful, average flick to pass the time though only if you're short on options. Everything from the safe plot structure to the plain acting and dialogue ensures this movie never stands out, thought anyone involved would be deluded to think it would ever amount to anything other than forgettable.