Nuclear Family begins the story of a young couple, John and Lynn, who are trying to survive in the woods after what appears to be a nuclear holocaust. They stay on the move with their 11-year-old daughter, Pauline... all the while searching for their missing 8-year-old son, Grant. Meanwhile, present society has disintegrated, and the family must stay one step ahead of the Berserkers: lawless, wild, brutal men who rape,pillage and destroy as a way of life. Shot as a pilot presentation for a TV series the story will take this family, and the others they meet along the way in their search for Grant and to avoid the Berserkers, to discoveries beyond the existing reality. Written by Clay Keeley Executive Producer
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doug m (ru) wrote: Definitely expected more out of this one. SHould have been a lot better.
Mark L (au) wrote: Ah, Mark Dacascos and Billy Zane...two men who'd appear at the opening of a crisp packet if you threw a few quid their way. Of course, this film about aliens fighting over earth and suchlike is rubbish. What did you expect?
Esteban D (kr) wrote: To see just for FUN.
umair L (ru) wrote: not good as the first movie of mimic but still grabs attention in some of its creepy moments
Myra M (de) wrote: loooove it moooooooooooooooot
Helena D (ru) wrote: Los dilogos. El cambiar de pais como cambiar de barrio...
Jordan H (jp) wrote: My favorite Jean Reno and Gary Oldman film. Excellent script.
Joey V (ru) wrote: I thought the movie was incredibly inspirational and carried a deep meaning about discipline and self control...kudos to Jet Li and the rest of the team for making a wonderful movie
Alex M (br) wrote: I seem to remember watching this. Matin Landau was very sluggish though and apart from sympathizing with a pathetic old man with criminal intent, nothing about his performance or character mattered much. The problem with this movie is it's a very talky, over philosophical bantering story- so it's all about ideas and conversation. Which makes it very hard to remember at a later time. Which is how I feel about this- I remember enjoying it while I watched it, even if it was slow and very talky- but it's hardly memorable and forgettable in the longrun. I find it hard to recall exactly what characters certain actors played and how the story went.
Gergely K (br) wrote: OMG! Herschell Gordon Lewis, Wizard of Gore c. 1970-s munkja r (C)gta a kedvenc lsd trip horrorjaim kztt szerepel. A sehov nem tart filmben egy 'r 1/4lt bv (C)sz embereket szed sz (C)t cafatokra a sznpadon, majd az el'ads utn n (C)hny rval a lelkes jelentkez'k a val vilgban is elhalloznak. Joel M. Reed szinte sz szerint megism (C)telte Lewis vzijt n (C)hny vltoztatst leszmtva. A Blood Sucking Freaks bv (C)sze ugyanis nem engedi el az ldozatokat, hanem egyszeren csak bezrva tartja 'ket a pinc (C)ben (C)s kedv (C)re knozza 'ket, seg (C)dj (C)vel a fekete trp (C)vel... Ez alapjn m (C)g mindig lehetne j is a film (:D), de hinyzik bel'le mindenfajta stilizls, vagy pszichedelikus hatst kivlt elem, emiatt az eg (C)sz olyan mintha csak egy elmebeteg 12 (C)ves csinlt volna egy j v (C)res, er'szakos mozit.
Josh B (ru) wrote: beats the hell out of alot of movies nowadays
Rob S (ca) wrote: This film is highly entertaining due to hilarious bits, but the bits are central to how the film is structured - other than the main plot the film is just thrown together with random jokes or situations that create their own jokes.It opens on Billy as a spoiled brat who for some reason sees a giant penguin when drinking a lot, while alcohol is not a hallucinogen. The point is he is bat-s*** crazy, and the filmmakers need to illustrate Billy as such while making it funny somehow, hence the penguin.While Billy tries to prove himself to his father so he can run the family company, he progresses from grades 1 to 12, and his teachers determine if he passes or not in a matter of weeks. So it is predictable that a lot of the jokes surround Billy being an "idiot."Bits that have literally no significance to the film are added to make it funny. While the banana peel bit is a great set-up, it is resolved by happening to kill a family of a kid who bullies Billy ONCE in the high school sequence. Because why not. Then in third grade they decide to add a gay, "tubby" principal because homosexuality is funny and awkward.Though they are randomly thrown together, there are many bits that are quite hilarious. Steve Buscemi is great in a cameo as a once- angry-now-turned-homicidal guy that Billy used to pick on. Chris Farley is great as an awkward bus driver who objectifies the third grade teacher. One bit that seems hilarious but I found over-the- top is an overly long way of telling Billy he didn't connect literature to industry well at all. It would have been funnier if it was only a few sentences.It is a comedy worth watching for the entertainment of silly humor, but this is in no way a "good" film.