Each year the population of sleepy Lake Victoria, Arizona explodes from 5,000 to 50,000 residents for the annual Spring Break celebration. But then, an earthquake opens an underwater chasm, releasing an enormous swarm of ancient Piranha that have been dormant for thousands of years, now with a taste for human flesh. This year, there's something more to worry about than the usual hangovers and complaints from locals, a new type of terror is about to be cut loose on Lake Victoria.
Lake Victoria's annual Spring party by 50,000 young revelers is about to turn into a feeding frenzy with prehistoric hunger-pains. With knee-trembler's above the waves and tremors below, released from their dormant sleep, thousands upon thousands of flesh-eating nippers are released into the lake with whetted appetites and razor-sharp teeth. With a motley crew of strangers thrown together to defend these shores, it is now up to them to prevent the largest eat-out in human, and piranha, history. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(kr) wrote: This fourth installment of the "Spy Kids" movies was okay. It could of have been better, Jessica Alba plays a good decent spy. The new generations spy kids are okay I like better the original guys. Glad to see them making an appearance. Yeah this movie has It's moments and the jokes ate basically for kids cause we get it and it sounds stupid. Great movie, good spies, and great for kids. So for this being a good solid fourth installment, I give "Spy Kids: All The Time In The World" a C.
(br) wrote: Otra gran pelcula de parte de los hermanos Coen. Con un villano bastante nico y que llama la atencin desde el inicio de la pelcula.
(gb) wrote: I used to love the original Beach Party movies when I was little so this was a treat for me when it came out during the summer I was 11. It does not, however, hold up as well as the original movies 20 years later.
(ru) wrote: This tense World War II thriller about the threat that the Nazi V-1 and V-2 rockets posed to the Allies after D-Day in 1944 does not surpass "The Dam Busters." Director Michael Anderson helmed both films, and producer Carlo Ponti blew major bucks on this large-scale saga about sabotage behind enemy lines in an underground laboratory. Nevertheless, the star-laden movie lacks the momentum and the charisma of "The Dam Busters." Aside from George Peppard and Sophia Loren, who appears in an cameo, a line-up of classic British actors, including John Mills, Richard Johnson, Tom Courtenay, Trevor Howard, Anthony Qayle, Richard Todd, Allan Cuthbertson and Patrick Wymark, constitute the bulk of the cast. Predictably, they chat quite often for lengthy periods about information that we have to know about but are not shown. The serious espionage military action follows a surefire formula and the characters remain unruffled throughout the action whenever they have an opportunity to react. Anderson and scenarists Emeric Pressburger of "One of Our Aircraft is Missing," Derrt Quinn, and Ray Rigby of "The Hill" struggle to enliven the tight-lipped melodrama with elements of surprise and terror in a narrative that takes its toll on all the Allied characters trapped behind enemy lines in what boils down to a suicidal mission. The action opens with German scientists trying to figure out why their flying bombs crash. Eventually, photos of mysterious launching ramps intrigue the British into bombing the site as well as sending in skilled saboteurs who are specialists in rocket propelled technology. Peppard, Courtenay, and Jeremy Kemp volunteer to bail out over enemy country and carry out sabotage. No sooner have the British parachuted in than the V-1 rockets start raining down terror on London. Our heroes have to figure out some what to expose a factory some 80 feet underground. Sadly, "Operation Crossbow" misses the mark and amounts to little more than a respectable wartime white-knuckler. Altogether, "Operation Crossbow" amounts to a flawed,heavy-handed, but traditional World War II thriller with the Germans as the in-name-only villains and the Allies as the heroes. Composer Rod Goodwin of "Where Eagles Dare" and "633 Squadron" provided the exceptional orchestral music.
(it) wrote: One of the weakest of the whole series, the jokes are very thin and the cast relatively lightweight, missing a lot of the classic members.
(au) wrote: Tarzan takes on a leopard worshiping cult in a film that seems clearly aimed at children. It;s not a very good Tarzan film, but the campiness of the leopard cult makes it kind of fun.
(ca) wrote: This film felt really bland and the animation isn't very pleasent it's not bad but i reccomend staying away from this film