A mysterious virus has broken out over the quiet village Rozenburg. The reason is still unknown,which ensures that a large proportion of the population is awakened from the dead. Some survivors are hidden in a house, a whole month. They live on some leftover food but really should begin to take action to survive when there is no more food.
- Stars:Marion Mostert, Danny Lavie, Robert Neugebauer, Edo Brunner, Dashley van Balen, Pim Ottenhof, Roxanne Geway, Arie Mol, Ralph Da Silva, Caitlin de Ruyter, Erik Jasper Spithoven, Merel Spithoven, Robin van der Steen, Jan-Willem Vos,
- Director:Vincent Bouritius,
- Writer:Vincent Bouritius
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(kr) wrote: It was SO bad, I couldn't stop smiling and even laughing. What was Sam Rockwell doing there? Did he lose a bet? I'll never understand. I was happy to see Jermaine Clement, I love the guy of course (he was good for the role).I didn't hate it, I thought it was unbelievably stupid, boring, pointless and I can't believe I didn't stop it in the middle. Again, thinking about it, and singling the song "in the year 3535, 5555, 6565.. or whatever" (great song by the way) I am smiling. It kinda rocked. I will never watch it again. EVER. Maybe I will.
(ag) wrote: Strong story tempered by some lackluster acting.
(mx) wrote: I was extremely jumpy at the idea of viewing this film. But then I saw it. Okay so I can't really write a review since I only lasted 30 minutes of pure "boringness". But my point here is: DON'T. SEE. THIS. I'm serious, it sounds like a good concept but damn! It's like listening to your mother rant about your room not being clean for hours on end - Impossible to endure! If you're brave, rent this. After all, Who Loves the Sun is the same as: Who Loves this Fugly Film?
(fr) wrote: It was okay.... I think I may have liked the first one better.
(mx) wrote: It was interesting to see the "live versions" of the Yokai's which I have been fascinated with. I really enjoyed the beginning of the film, in fact all three beginnings were nice, cool and strange, but the ending was lame. The pacing was off, some parts were rushed others dragged by. This film was aimed towards children which is strange that the most cool part happens right at the beginning. In fact what made the ending so lame was that it wasn't even a yokai war, it was one rogue yokai vs. the child Kirin Rider. That can hardly be called war. I really wanted to like this, but it was just meh.
(de) wrote: It is gross-out humor and no laughs but hartnett is good as is often the case post Perl harbor
(es) wrote: The two leads help ratchet up the tension to a fever pitch and I enjoyed the effort.
(kr) wrote: This movie pulls you in and doesn't let you go 'til the end! My all time fav!!
(ru) wrote: also one of my favorite movies when i was a kid :))
(au) wrote: Essentially a horror comedy from the 80's, but it really feels like something more. Cynical, twisted and dark, you can call it After Hours meet Showgirls meet Dracula. The cult film of all cult films!
(gb) wrote: Rare role for De Niro, did it well. Not over-exaggerated. Meryl Streep's great, also the ending was a decent surprise. Not so cheeseball.
(nl) wrote: Provocative spaghetti western that follows four very different people as they cross the desolate plains together in search of a better life.
(au) wrote: 70s schlock meets the western genre.
(nl) wrote: Joan Crawford ???????
(nl) wrote: 87%Watched this on 28/11/16Who would have guessed that the Arthurian tale was so sorroful and tragic? This is by far the most intriguing take on the legend that I have ever seen. It benefits from terrific visuals, cinematography, infuriating music and much more.Though it has a lot of Irish actors who would become famous in the years that followed, the acting department is generally week barring Nicol Williamson as Merlin. There is enough magic, dread and heart in this tale to make it memorable. The sword could be seen as the real hero here or more accurately it's writer director John Boorman himself as the film neither tries to focus too much on any of its characters nor does it try and glorify.
(ag) wrote: Highly watchable and entertaining effort, and unusually for this franchise, a movie with a sense of humour about itself. Action sequences are more creative and visually interesting than is the norm for action blockbusters, although shooting and editing of close combat is still a little too frenzied as is the contemporary fashion. Pity also about a sketchy villain who see motivations barely exist or make sense and is essentially insignificant in the overall picture.
(br) wrote: Orson Welles once said that "If you want a happy ending, that depends, of course, on where you stop your story." Rocky is among the ten greatest films of all time, and it ended on a high note in every way possible, bringing every plot string to a conclusion or setting it on the upward trajectory that it lets us hope will set the tone for Rocky's life. This sets an obvious problem for sequels, and Rocky II found out a messy formula to circumvent it. The next four Rocky movies can vary on the theme, but they all revolve around the use of "Diabolus ex Machina," or unlikely plot developments that serve to tear down the story and characters from the high of the previous film so they can be beat up a bit. After that they can be build right back up again for a final training montage and fist fight in time to end the film.One of the strengths of the original Rocky film comes, surprisingly, from the low budget and rushed nature of the production, which very often forced the producers when confronted by a problem to find a solution that served the narrative, rather than throwing money at it. That's where bursts of genius like the empty ice skating rink scene come from, and what the 7 million dollar budget of Rocky II rendered obsolete.After all that, however, it concludes in a brilliantly choreographed and photographed final battle that redeems the wi
(br) wrote: Great action, not for everyone but I loved the action & humor in it!