Year 2050, aliens have eliminated half of the population on Earth.

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Logan L (au) wrote: You need to see this. On Netflix. Now!

familiar s (au) wrote: Besides being a remake of Prabhudheva's own Telugu version, the plot highly resembles that of MPK. This one fails to entertain, though.

Jonathan P (ca) wrote: A telling look at the illegal immigrant situation. Humanizing the issue by following a hard-working, loving, and American loving Mexican father and his young teenage son A Better Life unfolds in front of viewers showing the issue isn't just "vatos" trafficking drugs into the country and ruining neighborhoods with their gang propaganda but that god fearing hard-working families are also extremely effected by stringent and unreasonable laws. The acting is superb all around and the direction top notch. A story for anyone on any side of the issue.

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Peter R (us) wrote: Movie was a great movie

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DeJon D (gb) wrote: Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa is the sequel of Dreamwoks's 2005: Madagascar! This sequel proves that some sequels can surpass their predecessor (Toy Story 3 and Kung Fu Panda 3 also do this). It may not be better than 2 other movies from this year, Kung Fu Panda and WALL-E, but it's a success for DreamWorks!

Hobie P (mx) wrote: A pathetic and confusing waste of money!!

Chey F (kr) wrote: destroy her!!!!!!!!!!!

Eroki S (ag) wrote: lame but nice to watch=) haha

Julia G (ru) wrote: I freakin love this movie it is great for everyone to see!

Spencer S (fr) wrote: Having seen Milk before watching this; the first film to win Best Documentary at the Academy Awards, I was already ingratiated to the image and personality of the first openly gay politician in American history. Penn paints a picture of a working Joe, staunchly oppressed by the political standards towards sexuality in his early days as a Wall Street broker, his relationships and personal life on display as a way to show his human side to a general audience. This documentary focuses on Milk's aspirations as a leader and less on his life outside of that world. The documentary also doesn't quite showcase the role of Anita Bryant in Prop 6, instead showing a lot of archived footage from newscasts and interviews with Briggs. We're given a small view of Milk, painting him as a responsible and justified politician, and not this multi-sided, intensely savage and yet peacemaker icon, his death more of a sacrilege than an assassination. The brutality of his death and the imagery of the candlelit march resonant better than a filmed sequence of events like in Milk. This is a tale of human rights being exemplified in the Castro district of San Francisco. This is about hatred, chaos, revenge, anarchy, the final resolution between the different peoples of the large scale cityscape, and the fact that discrimination reaches between race, sexual orientation, the disabled, and elderly, and it's all fear turned in on itself. Scary to watch, especially towards the end, if you're not crying or welled with emotion, there is something missing from your movie watching experience.

Debbie W (mx) wrote: The idea behind this film is Sherlock Holmes, played brilliantly by Christopher Plummer, and Doctor Watson played by the amazing oh so sad he died, James Mason, solving the Jack the Ripper murders. It's dark and creepy and totally believable. One of the truly great Sherlock Holmes films.

Jose Luis M (nl) wrote: Fallido film pico de Baz Luhrman en homenaje a su tierra , su excesivo metraje y la falta de emocin , la convierten en simple entretenimiento , vale resaltar su hermosa direccin artstica . Ya me imagino que hubiera hecho John Ford con esta historia.

Jamie I (br) wrote: At the beginning this movie fell victim to classic sequel problems. Repeated lines, repeated actions/similar scenes. That is soon forgotten however as the crew of The Black Pearl is taken on an adventure of a much grander scale. I'm certainly convinced that whoever made this movie has a great love of all things hamster (i.e. hamster ball, hamster wheel). Both of which by the way would make excellent rides. (You listening Disney?) Jack Sparrow (seemingly the star of our show) is constantly overshadowed by Elizabeth, Will Turner, Davy Jones, Norrington and Tia Dalma (pretty much anyone with more than two lines). One thing I did like was looking at Norrington all scruffyed up (for some reason he's a lot sexier that way). Some things were overdone (i.e. hamster wheel). I did really like the giant octopus. Pretty cool. For some reason I thought Barbossa had a larger role in this film. But when he did appear it made me happy. I love Geoffrey Rush as Barbossa. The first movie didn't end set up for a sequel and this one did (another thing I didn't like).

Zubair P (ag) wrote: half a star only for Natalie Portman.................