A herpetologist investigating a series of fatal rattlesnake attacks discovers that the creatures have been infected by a mysterious nerve gas disposed of in the desert by the military. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A herpetologist investigating a series of fatal rattlesnake attacks discovers that the creatures have been infected by a mysterious nerve gas disposed of in the desert by the military.
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Matt C (ag) wrote: An interesting watch, but its kind of all over the place, and the message doesnt quite work.
Richard Y (br) wrote: Low cost fairy tale production that's so obviously low-cost... involving a handful of actors playing stereotyped characters, annoying endless music score, medium length shots against blurred backgrounds throughout and over use of scenic shots & close-ups of nature, cheesy dragon effects... too slow for kids, too kiddish for grown-ups, a film student project! How this got to be financed is beyond me.
Alejandro S (ag) wrote: Quise ver este filme Sueco, principalmente porque la actriz central es Noomi Rapace. Ella actua muy bien. El guin aunque aporta algunos twists interesantes, se basa sobre una premisa que ya he visto en filme similares donde el factor sorpresa es el mismo, por lo que aunque me entretuvo, no me impresion tanto el desenlace ya que es algo que ya he visto mucho y que se deduce desde media pelcula. Sin embargo como cultura viendo ms cine europeo y a Noomi Rapace actuando, fu una buena experiencia.
Donna L (de) wrote: It certainly wasn't perfect but I still enjoyed watching this.
Gunter V (us) wrote: Man, I wanted to like this more. I was excited about the Criterion edition. It does get better as it goes along, but it takes a while, and it's not enough; Mamet only ever seems in control of two dimensions of a three-dimensional idea. As is often the trouble with screenplays by playwrights, who are used to filling every possible moment with words, the characters' back-and-forth sounds like a variation on the Abbott and Costello "Who's On First?" routine. And fine, you kind of get used to that. That's a style. But I read in a review that HOMICIDE stands up next to THE WIRE and THE SHIELD in its authenticity, its gritty portrayal of cops and criminals, whatever, and that's just not the case. The writing is not, really not, subtle. And I guess that's my problem with Mamet. I have the impression that he thinks he's being subtle, thinks he's deep in these characters' heads, and he's wrong. The actors, Joe Mantegna!, William H. Macy!, are heroic for making me feel anything, saying the ridiculous things they're saying. The acting, like I said, is great (except by the supporting players, who mostly sort of suck). There are some tense scenes. Ving Rhames shows up at the end and he's awesome. The story is kind of surreal and weird and ambitious and I appreciate that. But there's a difference between "lean" and "underdeveloped" and I think HOMICIDE falls into the latter category.I don't know. I'll give Mamet three more chances.
Chelsey N (ru) wrote: used to watch this all the time
Alexander F (es) wrote: Wow, this was incredible...lee...bad but bad at least in a good way. Great lines and I am not even sure if most of time they were being unintentionally funny or not. The best part is the main character remains an arrogant jerk throughout the entire film and just laughs at a begging, pleading Christopher Lee in the end. The entire movie is beyond strange. The fighting scenes are really bad but this is worth watching if you are into weird, bad craptastic movies.
Bruce B (us) wrote: From the Criterion Collection, Spine No. 309. Hailed by critics as one of the greatest films ever made, Kenji Mizoguchi's Ugetsu is an undisputed masterpiece of Japanese cinema. Set in the 16th Century, A family man farmer and craftsman Genjur travels to Nagahama to sell his wares and makes a small fortune. His neighbor Tobei that is a fool man dreams on becoming a samurai, but he can not afford to buy the necessary outfit. So starts the story of 2 different men and the rise and fall. It takes a different person to watch and enjoy not only films from the Criterion Collection, but also it takes a little bit to watch and understand a fifties movie from Japan. But once you get into these movies your hooked. Please try one and enjoy. 4 1/2 stars.
Hehhehe H (mx) wrote: Would Give -1000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000099999900000000000099900000900000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 But The Stars Don't Go That Low But In Words JUSTIN BEIBER SUCKS AND ANYTHING AFFILIATED WITH HIM SUCKS TO ,I HATE HIM!!!!... besides that the rest was ok
Christopher B (gb) wrote: A very well done film. Disturbing and sad.