Project Moon Base
In the future (1970) the US sends a mission to the moon to investigate the building of a moon base.
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Jennifer L (gb) wrote: What was with the ghetto talk in every other joke? This is definitely not one of her best DVD's... I was disappointed.
Gabriel V (ag) wrote: Family Guy presents: Stewie Griffin the untold story
Wexeiber W (de) wrote: For the slow-witted teenagers in the most time to speculate. And more so for those who go tomorrow to adulthood ..."Who knows? Maybe I can talk about God with the employer ..." :D ! :D ! :D !
John K (kr) wrote: A Stephen King export with some star power, Needful Things is a high budget entry in the King catalog. Max Von Sydow plays a fairly trite villain who manipulates the simple townspeople of Castlerock by selling them their deepest material wishes in exchange for sinister deeds. Ed Harris gives a rather typical role as good natured law man his full enthusiasm. The story is standard King faire and the script offers no real surprises. It is a decisively competent and efficient horror film that will appeal to a wide audience. There is a choice scene where two ladies fight to the death with a meat cleaver and butcher knife that offers the film's best and most intense moment. That scene alone makes it worth sitting through.
Gary S (ru) wrote: Why do aliens in 1950's/60's sci-fi always refer to earth technology as "primitive"? The aliens' ray guns seemed to make a noise a bit like a 1970's Evel Knievel motorcycle toy starting up. Thankfully the cold war era industrial-military complex was able to see these dastardly aliens off.
John W (es) wrote: It?s difficult not to notice that most of the folks giving this film a bad review are considerably younger than the main character. I?m not quite as old as Mr. Morgan, but I?m old enough to appreciate his devastation at the death of his wife, his yearning for closure, and his attraction to the simple allure and call of youth. His boredom and fear are as natural and obvious as the creases on his face, and his confusion in response to his loss is a mere leitmotif of his avoidance of introspection. He?s the archetypical Dad who wants to be more than he is, but remains only marginally better than his own father, and accepts that limitation. For those who call this a downer film ? they?ve obviously not encountered the loss that age demands, nor the wonder that youth promotes when it unsettles the heavy dust that age allots. This is a wonderful film.
Art L (ag) wrote: One of the first movies I bought for myself. Love the musical score, love the film. :)
Scott W (kr) wrote: It's hard to see Jon Hamm playing a smooth-talking ladies man who is trying to sell a client and not think of Don Draper. And I found myself wishing I was watching Mad Men instead. This is a pretty formulaic feel-good Disney movie. Which isn't to say that one of those can't be good (see Miracle). But this one was a little all over the place, and pretty dull. The scenes in India almost felt like a different movie. I never really felt like I got to know the two baseball players very much. The relationship between Jon Hamm and Lake Bell kept me interested, but in the end it wasn't particularly memorable.