Plan 9 from Outer Space

Plan 9 from Outer Space

In California, an old man (Bela Lugosi) grieves the loss of his wife (Vampira) and on the next day he also dies. However, the space soldier Eros and her mate Tanna use an electric device to resurrect them both and the strong Inspector Clay (Tor Johnson) that was murdered by the couple. Their intention is not to conquest Earth but to stop mankind from developing the powerful bomb "Solobonite" that would threaten the universe. When the population of Hollywood and Washington DC sees flying saucers on the sky, a colonel, a police lieutenant, a commercial pilot, his wife and a policeman try to stop the aliens.

Aliens resurrect dead humans as zombies and vampires to stop human kind from creating the Solaranite (a sort of sun-driven bomb). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Susan B (au) wrote: Great movie! Another Canadian Classic!

Tit M (ru) wrote: film sans pretention mais sympasuis fan d hafsia herzi toute facon

Guillaume L (kr) wrote: De la bonne serie B.

Dianne G (it) wrote: This is the latest French-language movie I've watched. I enjoyed it and, as usual, loved hearing French dialogue.

Scott B (fr) wrote: An absolute masterpiece. P.T. Anderson, who is the most interesting and Important directors of our time, said that no other film he makes will surpass Magnolia. This instant classic is mesmerizing from beginning to end. The actors all shine but in my opinion Anderson brings out the best in Julianne Moore who's character stays with you long after the film. All that being said this film is not for everyone. Coming in at a running time of over 3 hours and the many complex characters who's different stories intersect in the most creative way, could turn off those who want to just watch mindless entertainment and not really have to get a message or take something from the experience. But if you are a film buff or just want to see excellent performances with a mind blowing premise this is a must see. I also read that Anderson came up with this movie around the songs on the equally impressive Aimee Mann. Her songs are all throughout the film and if I'm not mistaken the songs came before the film - the film was inspired by the songs used in the movie. This is my personal favorite film of all time and each time I see it I get something more out of it.So do yourself a favor and give it a try. All of Andersons movies are outstanding, but Magnolia is more than that.

Georgia N (kr) wrote: this movie was very strange indeed, and at some points i was unsure what was acctaully happening but it was a very convincing performance and an amazing last performance by river phoenix, but this movie should not determine who he is.

Robert H (ca) wrote: Forbidden Planet seems pretty hoaky by todays standards but if you think about the film and when it was made it is a wonderful piece of scifi history.The story about an advanced race dying off and earthlings finding their technology in the future and not being ready for it has been told time and time again and much much better but Forbidden Planet still has that old school charm about it. Where the film truly shines is with the practical and visual FX. No CG here folks. This is classic FX work that is done in camera and with photographic trickery. It's actually quite impressive when you think about it.Forbidden Planet may not be something most people today would enjoy but true fans of scifi should truly enjoy this first appearance of Robby the robot

Allan C (ru) wrote: Looney Tunes director Frank Tashlin made his directorial debut with this fun Martin and Lewis vehicle. Dean is a cartoonist who uses Jerry's out there dreams for his comic strip. Tashlin does manage to make the film look like a colorful and bright cartoon, which was very fitting for the story and very well suited to the "Bat Lady" superhero parts. Besides Tashlin's visual style and well constructed gags, there's a strong supporting cast that includes Shirley MacLaine, Dorothy Malone, also features Jack Elam, Kathleen Freeman, Eva Gabor and Anita Ekberg in small roles. Considering this film was made in 1955, it's also pretty edgy in terms of pushing the production code with some awfully sexy attire worn by the ladies and some pretty surprising innuendo. I haven't seen all of the Martin and Lewis films, but this one is probably my favorite I've seen so far.

Ben L (fr) wrote: I did not have high hopes for Four Daughters, but it was better than I expected. It rose above the mundane idea of a bunch of girls looking for a mate, and actually had some strong story elements. The daughters are all empowered pretty well considering the time period it was made. They are picking and choosing their mates, looking for true love over the desperation of just finding any old man, and one of them even prioritizes a career over seeking a husband. It started out feeling more like a seriously out-of-date drama about these girls living in a primitive system, and ended up being a little more progressive than that, as well as having a fair amount of comedy.I also found the bonds between the sisters added to the film, and impacted one of the main plot threads significantly. I love when movies focus on sacrificial love, and the way that some love can transcend romance and crushes. It was also nice that this movie didn't fall into the typical trope of the bickering sisters. There was a lot of potential for these relationships to be contentious and for them to just spend time with countless cat-fights. But here we see the bonds of family as strong and lasting.While the characters, and some of the things that happen to them were good, the plot was very muddled. It took a long time before I felt like Four Daughters had figured out which story it wanted to highlight. For awhile I was concerned that it was going to ramble on and never have anything significant occur. Luckily, it got there eventually and there was a central story that kept me interested. The ending was surprising, and might have been a bit off-putting, but I still smiled because of how things were resolved. I'll also say the cast was good, particularly the four daughters themselves who each had a unique personality which made the film better. It's not the type of movie that will appeal to everyone, but I enjoyed it.

James D (fr) wrote: 5/10 There are only four reasons this movie doesn't get a three (or lower) out of ten: firstly, and most importantly, Michael Caine's performance: even amongst a failing movie he manages to emerge victorious in a riveting performance, which is the main and probably only reason I endured sitting in for two hours, never getting bored and actually being involved with the movie despite it trying so hardly to keep me away from itself. Clemence Poesy's performance and charisma is another reason for which you get effortlessly dragged into the narrative, yet just as quickly dragged out. The othere two reasons are the calm and beautiful cinematography and the ideas the movie is trying to deal with. Yet it simply does not manage to tackle them as much as it thinks it is. The screenplay is so uneven, the drama so uninteresting and senseless, character motivations change randomly throughout and in the end the movie just feels a little too much pretentious. With the exception of the two leads the actora are actually delivering very bad performances and whenever they were talking I was cringing. The movie also relies too much on coincidence and takes too much for granted: continiously throughout it I was screaming at the screen "fuck you, how did that come to happen!?" and to this contributed a terrible editing that cut from place to place in a very weird way. The direction was all over the place and managed to make Hans Zimmer, one of the greates composer of all times, compose a dull score. Despite having some interesting, yet no really noble, intentions and two very good performances from its leads, the movie is a failure in what it wished to deliver and there is close to zero true emotion.

April V (au) wrote: Probably my favorite Russel Crowe role. He didn't end up annoying me as much as usual. Pretty violent movie, but skinheads so...that's expected. I'm not sure why this movie was even made, but I think it was good that it was. This is a topic that doesn't get much exploring; it's just usually taken for granted that skinheads are violent racists, and that's all that gets said.

Brandon W (nl) wrote: This movie blew my mind and opened my 3rd eye

Mark T (br) wrote: Kurt Russell, winner of 'Beard of the Year - 2016', brings the class to this slow burning horror/western. One of my favourites of the year.