Seven years after the last attack by the "soulless ghosts" who haunted the human race twice before, the world is left void of all deadly electronics that almost destroyed it... or so we thought. Living a primitive existence on the outskirts of the city, human survivors are surviving without any trace of technology. That is until 16 year old Justine enters the city and, letting her curiosity get the best of her, opens a working laptop and unknowingly unleashes the most terrifying attack the survivors have ever faced. In a world already torn and without hope, can humanity make it through the toughest struggle of all time?
Greg W (ca) wrote: In some ways, What Just Happened feels like an attempt to, if not make amends for moviemaking myopia, at least show how easily the contagion takes hold.
CL O (us) wrote: strange little irish film
Richard D (kr) wrote: So, here's where I draw the line with Myers here. What isn't simply recycled from the first film isn't particularly funny, and his forced "here's a joke now!" delivery crushes a lot of what was funny in the first film. With Myers playing 4 characters in the film, my tolerance for him is strained beyond the breaking point. Whoever thought it was a good idea to cast Michael Caine as Myer's father must have forgotten than Powers traveled 30 years into the future in the first film. Caine is only 30 years older than Myers in the first place,
Christine K (mx) wrote: It's a brilliant film. 'Midnight Express' tension. I don't understand what othersmissed.
Uriel A V (it) wrote: Mal guin, aburrida y todas la actuaciones son psimas, solo Christopher Walken se salva, por un pelo.
Michael B (es) wrote: Pretty good WW2 spy movie... Kept my attention!
Brody M (ag) wrote: This movie was funny from beginning to end.Everyboody should see it at least once.
Thomas P (au) wrote: Jaw dropping stunts, and good-ol-boy chuckles highlight this fast paced action comedy - its a trans am that fires on all cylinders.A stunt man fights the studio system that doesnt know a thing about safety. Tons of Fun, and stunning action - see it again if it's been a while, especially if its on tv. It's like your crazy uncle gives you an exhilarating ride in his brand new car - you may not appreciate everything, but you will sure have a lot of fun.4 out of 5
Charles P (mx) wrote: Mr. Jodorowsky would go on to make ambitious and visionary films about the eccentric, the curious, and the corrupt, but his early work Fando and Lis is nothing more than disagreeably quirky.
mirabella 1 (kr) wrote: All of the Carry On films get 4 or 5 stars from me.They have been a much-loved part of my life ever since I can remember.
Tom D (au) wrote: This movie really picks up when the heist happens. Humphrey Bogart gives another great performance, he is the reason to watch this movie. The script has some good ideas and it has a few slow moments. You should definitely check this film out if you are a fan of Humphrey Bogart.
Nandi C (au) wrote: Two friends end up on opposite sides of the law, and when the shady guy gets in a world of trouble, the other friend wonder which road to take.
Aran R (es) wrote: Slow paced and with a mildly written script. Rachel Weisz's work as Hypatia of Alexandria is the best gift that Alejandro Amenbar's Agora can deliver.
Alex C (fr) wrote: I don't care what reason you have for watching 9 Songs or what you do while you watch it... As long as you don't watch it for the titular songs. Cuz they suck. I fast-forwarded through the concert scenes, sparse as they were, because the music sucked that bad.