Oddsac

Oddsac

Opening with torch-wielding villagers and a wall bleeding oil, this experimental film attaches vivid scenery and strange characters to the wonderful melodic wavelengths of the band Animal Collective, revitalizing the lost form of the "visual album."

Opening with torch-wielding villagers and a wall bleeding oil, this experimental film attaches vivid scenery and strange characters to the wonderful melodic wavelengths of the band Animal Collective, revitalizing the lost form of the "visual album." . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Dave J (ag) wrote: Wednesday, August 27, 2014 (2012) Arbitrage DRAMA/ SUSPENSE Written and directed by Nicholas Jarecki who used to work in Wall Street, providing yet another fascinating look about the industry. Stars Richard Gere as Robert Miller attempting to make a sale to avoid the gov't system. It's complicated but I've seen this movie some time ago.

Andrew S (ag) wrote: On the last day of the first manned mission to Mars, a crew member of Tantalus Base believes he has made an astounding discovery - fossilized evidence of bacterial life. Unwilling to let the relief crew claim all the glory, he disobeys orders to pack up and goes out on an unauthorized expedition to collect further samples. But a routine excavation turns to disaster when the porous ground collapses, and he falls into a deep crevice and near certain death. His devastated colleagues attempt to recover his body. However, when another vanishes they start to suspect that the life-form they have discovered is not yet dead. As the group begins to fall apart it seems their only hope is the imminent arrival of the relief ship Aurora.

Alecsander M T (de) wrote: This is the worst movie I have ever seen.

M M (ag) wrote: io mi chiedo perch mi ostino a guardarli, questi film. ne avr visti venti tutti con la stessa trama e che finiscono tutti nello stesso modo. autolesionismo mode ON!

Chuck N (au) wrote: Just like I'm waiting for the "ultimate" Lovecraft movie, I will continue to wait for the ultimate Lovecraft documentary - but this is a fine effort. Perhaps like pronouncing the name of Cthulu, or viewing The Color From Outer Space, a proper Lovecraft depiction/adaptation isn't achievable by mere mortals. The biggest flaw, is I do not understand why some documentaries [or books for that matter] feel the need to do lengthy synopses of the actual work. Why not read the actual book? Is anyone actually going to watch this if they haven't read the stories, or aren't planning on reading them asap? On a positive note, there are some great interviews with Lovecraft champions like Stuart Gordon, Guillermo Del Toro, Neil Gaiman, John Carpenter, Peter Straub, and others. There is also an adequate and fine linear Lovecraft biography here. It could have been improved by inserting even more biographical anecdotes from Lovecraft's extensive correspondence, and his wife's memoirs. Something tells me the ultimate Lovecraft doc will happen before the ultimate film adaptation. If that film happened in my lifetime, my money's on Stuart Gordon, produced by Guillermo Del Toro. [P.S. Check out Gordon's Dagon, an overlooked horror film].

Chris G (es) wrote: I'm not really sure of my true feelings on this one yet. Inventive kills continue, but the tone was a bit too cheesy and silly for me. It also features one of the most annoying and unsympathetic characters I've ever seen. And he's the one you're supposed to be rooting for. It also suffers from something very common in sequels in that it repeats a lot of what made the previous film(s) successful. I'm not just talking about themes or motifs, either. I mean repeating exact scenes or scenarios with just a slight difference. I recommend this for fans of the series only.

Frdric H (jp) wrote: Follows the same concept as Hellraiser 5 but sadly the story can be hell in terms on how it is told

Matt W (nl) wrote: Simply one of the 25 best comedies of the past 25 years ummmmmm yeaaaaaahhhjj

Bill T (mx) wrote: One of those 3-D movies that were all the rage in the early 80's, Spacehunter (which I don't actually think I saw.. but I saw a lot of others) is a bit of a silly exercise, with a not so omni-present villian, weak characters and a pretty boring premise, which leaves us with about 90 minutes of just scratching your bum and wondering when it's over.

Greg W (ca) wrote: Chan is on his game here in this chop soky actioner

Moore S (ru) wrote: Love it or hate it. I chose the latter. Ambitious plot idea, but fails to deliver. I was never a fan of movies focusing on unlikely formed relationships over time. The evident lack of sci-fi ideas with an expected sci-fi plot, took off major points here.