Penguin Pool Murder
The body of unscrupulous stockbroker Gerald Parker suddenly appears in the penguin tank at the aquarium.
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Inna H (br) wrote: How is this called a movie? This has nothing in common with the art of cinematography. Disgusting.
Logan M (de) wrote: Heartbreaking, and possibly the best movie of the century, so far.
Kim H (nl) wrote: Just wonderful all the way around
Diane C (ru) wrote: Me and CB caught this on the Sci-Fi channel one night and we were not disappointed. While still typical B-movie fare and the acting was average, the special effects and thriller aspects of the movie were spot-on. Warning: Blood and guts galore in this one ... big-time. Not for the squeamish. (Thank goodness I didn't make chili that night...)
Kelsey M (gb) wrote: this movie was so cute!!!!!!
J M (ru) wrote: Badly made and not funny. Too bad since they had a decent premise and Mr. Lewis.
Anastasia B (mx) wrote: Laurel Holloman, anyone? Yes here she is in BLW, the ages Before the L word at the tender age of 24. Next to her, Nicole Ari Parker. Together they make a wonderful young couple that's so great to watch.The adventure they go through is basically, an emotional one and has to do with the difficulty of their families to accept their relationship, even though one of them lives in a family of lesbians! There are also sideffects of Randy Dean's failure at school and failure to protect herself adequately from a former girlfriend... more on the screen. I just have to say I loved this!
David W (kr) wrote: Playing the awful video game this thing spawned would have been a better alternative to watching this. After watching this *semi-spoiler alert* , I'm still not sure who the "good guys and bad guys" are. For some movies, that is brilliance. For Pumpkinhead, that's just stupid.
Brooks B (gb) wrote: The last sentence of the summary shows how little the average person and Hollywood in general knows about nuclear electric power. A person doesn't get contaminated by radiation. If you get contaminated , its by contamination. If you get irradiated, its by radiation. Modern nuclear power plants have processes and equipment that aims to prevent people from getting contaminated, but if it does happen, the dire consequences of it happening are.......? You take a shower. Yup, that's it.
Kevin M (mx) wrote: Keith Carradine's Best acting in a movie in my opinion. Very good Film well directed Enjoy!
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Devon B (au) wrote: It's a film about adventure and romance, but what we really have here is a study on the nature of death by director Howard Hawks. A lone adventuress (Jean Arthur) steps off the boat in a tiny South American banana port, and makes quick friends with some lonely american pilots working for the local mail company. It's a friendship that ends all too suddenly and all too violently. But where she would shed tears for a soul lost to dust, his fellow pilots choose to sing songs and even laugh it off, as death could come for any one of them at any time. The dashing head of the crew (Cary Grant) is perhaps the most cavalier of the group, but then, he has to be, as he's the one who sends them out (possibly to their deaths). She's attracted to him, and he to her, not as some flighty dame, but as a real woman who knows how to value life. But it becomes her task to convince him that she won't try to change him like his last love (Rita Hayworth) did, and he must make the effort to want something, to want her, for more than a passing fancy. He, who never owns so much as a book of matches, feeling it's too much of a commitment. In the face of the constant threat of death, maybe this all seems unimportant, or maybe it's the only thing that IS important. Maybe that's the heart of the matter, the issue of what this life is all about and what are we doing here and why are we doing it.There is a scene towards the end of the movie, a pilot is going on "one last flight", and it's one he must make alone. It's the elephant in the room, the fact that everyone knows, but no one wants to say aloud. That we all must one day die, and that we will die alone. The light will die within us and the mystery of death will finally be revealed. It may be wrong to fixate on our ultimate fate, but it's more wrongful still to deny that fate completely. Only Angels Have Wings is a microcosm of all our own little lives put together. We push forward and persevere in our work and loves in spite of our own mortality, because to do otherwise would be to negate our whole existence in the first place.
Keith R (mx) wrote: A classic...just loved it! Watched it again: 22/6/15...and loved it all over again.
Heather M (mx) wrote: Kwanten is hilarious, but this movie will probably only appeal to die hard rom-com fans.