The film centres around 18 year old Fergus who is seen comforting his mother, Mary, in the opening scene. He confronts his father, Sheamus, the following morning for causing the suffering ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Drew W (de) wrote: I give this a 91/A-.
AD O (ag) wrote: "so i'm going to die" ... :( what a horrible mess, captured in just the right way.
Kim T (ca) wrote: it's like a 90 minute long commercial for porsche...it sounded like it was dubbed and the Russians sounded like they were germans...bad acting...ok story but there was nothing original...
Nilufer R (jp) wrote: Gus Van Sant is definetely not one of my best directors. I'm not going to say "what was he thinking" I'll say what was I thinking trying to watch this movie, yeah well, the cast matters. Most of the time I was just fast forwarding so NO from me.
Rodney E (it) wrote: A huge snoozefest fronting like it is some immigration breakthrough on how to live in America if you're from another country. Knock knock..It's the neighbor with AIDS who has a life lesson I think you should learn something from him.
Carley E (fr) wrote: I swear I saw this movie several years ago and I thought I liked it, but watching it again today, I was like -- what was I thinking!? What a terrible waste of time. Yuck.
Reiko D (fr) wrote: Childhood favourite!
Carl N (br) wrote: This is one of my all time favourite Italian Zombie films. The whole thing is just so cheesy and unintentionally comical. In what is clearly a Dawn of the Dead and Cannibal Holocaust rip off. A group of SWAT team members and a female reporter head into the New Guinea jungle to investigate an outbreak of a virus. What follows is insanely violent and ridiculously gory. Zombies, cannibalism, gratuitous nudity and exceedingly over the top acting. All add up to make this such a fun film to watch. Oh and this film even has an eye ball scene that outshines the one in Lucio Fulci's Zombi 2. Director Bruno Mattei clearly doesn't mind "borrowing" other people's work. The soundtrack is Goblin's score from Dawn of the Dead. Endless Stock footage of animals is used. Even documentary footage of a real New Guinea tribe preparing a burial ceremony is thrown in for good measure. Hilarious, preposterous and ever so much fun. A must see for any Zombie fan.
Greg W (es) wrote: one of my fave robert altman flicks
Marianna C (fr) wrote: David tennat,Patrick Stewart two of sci fis great actors doctor who meets star trek i loved this rendition of Shakespeare work!
Craig D (kr) wrote: Best Documentary on Lifting!
Michael W (kr) wrote: Rambiling film looks more like an excuse for a series of star-studded cameos. Highlights are Alice Cooper's live version of "Pain" and Blondie's "Ring of Fire".