Set against the backdrop of a post-Apocalypse Earth, Population 2 is about a relationship that ends in tragedy forcing a woman to struggle in the aftermath. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Set against the backdrop of a post-Apocalypse Earth, Population 2 is about a relationship that ends in tragedy forcing a woman to struggle in the aftermath.
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Meet V (jp) wrote: what the hell..! I was so desperately waiting for a good end up of the movie and all that came at last was the names of the story makers which is not the thing to care about..! Disappointed..!
Ashton S (ag) wrote: Dark but great acting
Joey S (au) wrote: Starts up slow, but picks up speed and Sally Field I thought was great.
Blake B (ca) wrote: I really wish I could've liked this movie, but Surf Nazis must die is just a cheap, boring, Troma-tized cross between The Warriors, and The Lost Boys, with a great score. So much could've been done with this film.
Anthony V (jp) wrote: Basically a remake of the Wilderness Family.
Russell G (fr) wrote: A damn good adventure film about a quartet of brothers trying to clear their disgraced fathers name. Lot's of good performances and it never lags with a quick pace.
Stphan R (es) wrote: je les mme pas regard (C) au complet....
Will L (it) wrote: Unless this flick is supposed to be tongue-in-cheek, it's one of the most amateurish horror efforts I've ever seen. The writing is almost as awkward as the acting, but it's good for a laugh, if you like so-bad-it's-good movies.
Lucas N (fr) wrote: The story elements aren't all fresh, but they come together to make something good.
Sean S (fr) wrote: Often considered the last "great" film Hitchcock made, Marnie is an interesting ride through the psyche of one woman (portrayed by Tippi Hedren). Sean Connery provides an odd counterpart, blackmailing the titular character after catching her stealing from him. A definite highlight of Hitchcock's late oeuvre.
Dylan W (de) wrote: What the hell. How could anyone not think this movie is a amazing?
Elijah P (ag) wrote: It's well paced, well written, and well directed. It's perfect.
jenny w (au) wrote: John Wayne always can rely on one of his films to be good
Ernesto G (it) wrote: Money Monster Review: A Good Investment Gone Wrong A shady hacker in the movie Money Monster reminds viewers what most of us already believe about the stock market: "if nobody can understand the math, then nobody has to explain the money." And that's the problem with the movie Money Monster. It aims to take your brain on a roller coaster ride, but ultimately fails in the end. Mostly because it's a desperate hostage situation turned into a morality tale about corruption of wall street. Overall, a movie worth watching if a friend is paying; Otherwise, it might be best to wait until it hits Redbox. So, the real question is what would you do if you lost your entire savings on a bad investment? Directed by Jodie Foster (Actress in The Silence of the Lambs-A classic.) Starring George Clooney (Batman & Robin 1997) who plays Lee Gates, a financial TV Host, Julia Roberts (Secret in Their Eyes) who plays Lee Gates' Producer, Patty Fenn, and Jack O'Connell (300: Rise of an Empire) plays Kyle Budwell, A delivery man and soon-to-be father who loses his entire savings in the stock market. If there is no risk, there is no reward. Right? That's what Kyle Budwell believed when he "invested" his entire inheritance-which he was going to use to take care of his family-into an investment firm known as Ibis, as advised by TV host Lee Gates by saying that it's "Safer than your savings account." This case turned into all risk with zero reward when Ibis loses 800 million dollars. Searching for answers, Kyle sneaks on stage while Lee Gates is on a live set and quickly turns the show into a live hostage situation for the world to see. Holding a gun and forcing Lee Gates to wear a vest with a bomb strapped to it, Kyle demands answers as to how Ibis could have possibly lost eight hundred million dollars due to a so-called computer glitch. Lee Gates and his producer, Patty Fenn, are forced into following the money trail-taking this suspense filled film into a wild twist. Ibis CEO Walt Camby (Dominic West) also becomes involved in this wild wall street story with an attempt at giving "corporate answers" which a troubled Kyle doesn't want to hear. Spoiler: the ending takes a crash-similar to wall street. Great acting, great scenes; but if you've watched any movie that has anything to do with wall street, you'll likely know how it ends. Corruption.