Quo Vadis?” (1913) was a landmark in early Italian historical epic films and certainly Herr Enrico Guazzoni’s grand scale masterpiece laid the foundations for what genuine kolossal Italian spectacles should be. It had a great deal of influence on Herr Giovanni Pastrone’s “Cabiria” (1914) and D.W. Griffith’s “Intolerance” (1916). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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logan w (mx) wrote: one of the best movies hope they go along with a third one
Ken S (ru) wrote: Boring, blood-less and boob-less
Danny S (gb) wrote: For a B-movie, it's pretty decent. The special effects are not quite bad, and it talks about a solution to the superstorms that is actually quite logical, if you think about it. Still, a good B-movie remains a B-movie. Low-quality camera work, boring characters and a cheesy script are common low-budget movie material.
David Ray G (us) wrote: Everybody's performance is delightful, but the movie not so much.
Russ B (ca) wrote: 12/28/2012: Not a great movie but still entertaining. Decent fight scenes and Scott's comedy style make it fun.
Peter F (mx) wrote: Will Smith and Martin Lawrence's chemistry is lost amidst all the gratuitous violence and lame jokes. Some cool visuals though.
Doctor S (es) wrote: Incredibly lame attempt at sexy sci-fi. "Attempt" is too generous a word because that implies effort; instead I believe they simply decided to mention an alien invasion and film on spaceship-looking sets since they were available for rental. Kim Dawson is disappointing during her short screen time in a seemingly half-drugged-out state languishing in her bed - sorry, her ALIEN bed (they're right, it does sound more exciting that way) - and C.C. Costigan can't rescue what's left on her own. Send this one to the moon and leave it there.
S P (nl) wrote: I thought that it was really silly and hilarious. I thought it was good for someone my age, which is 4 years old.
David H (gb) wrote: I love the wrapped up nature of this film. The best spy is the one that doesn't know he's a spy!
Emilie O (ca) wrote: And now for Allen's next trick: make a whole film without a scenario, dialogues, wit, or charm.