A rare astronomical event causes a permanent worldwide black out, forcing residents of a middle-class suburb to get by with no modern conveniences. The community pulls together and adapts to a simpler way of life, but their success draws the attention of the less resourceful residents in the area and soon results in a war between subdivisions. This is their story. Written by Anonymous A catastrophic solar flare plunges Earth into global darkness. As society teeters on the edge of total anarchy the President and top government officials are swept away to a Cold War bunker in search of a solution. While the politicians fight insanity and each other, a group of middle-class suburbanites take survival into their own hands. With bullets and seeds, this neighborhood of schoolteachers and businessmen transform themselves into a village of self-sustaining warriors. Can they hold on until power is restored, or will they fall to the starving masses?
Writer:Paul Hilburger, Adam Minarovich, Adam Minarovich (wraparound segment), Matthew Young, Matthew Young (wraparound segment)
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Sandy B (ca) wrote: Anyone who thinks that this movie doesn't come to a proper conclusion simply doesn't get it when we do what we love, when we face our fears, the rest will follow. We don't have to "win" or "succeed"...we have to try.This is a surprisingly heartfelt script with some lovely performances and enough humor to make the messages/life lessons palpable.This is a good movie for a discussion group but the language us very strong so beware!
Aaron M (kr) wrote: Childs Play is where it all started and it hasn't particularly aged well. That said its still the best in the franchise to date. Although its a ridiculous concepts, credit where its due, its innovative and works well. Where its sequels grows stupid, theres a sort of discipline to the original and because of that its a more suspenseful horror as a result. I find it difficult to find it scary or menacing due to the cliched shots and humour but its definitely entertaining to watch as Chucky becomes the terminator towards the end.
Frances H (ca) wrote: Although definitely not my usual type of film, I watched this one because Luke Evans was in it, and as usual he gives a very interesting and intense performance. The movie is very stylishly done for it's kind.
Rachel M (mx) wrote: a fun and cute romantic comedy :)
Jacopo G (kr) wrote: Best movie of the decade ? Perhaps. Best Blue color on screen ever ! Amazing!
Lyric B (mx) wrote: Can someone please stop Cuba Gooding Jr. from making any more movies. He's terrible in pretty much everything.
Lilia A (it) wrote: This movie was pretty entertaining. I think of it as what would happen if a mega-Siri was programmed into a house.The special effects were good for the time, and the main characters did a splendid job at acting.The supporting characters though...were awkward. It was as if they memorized their scripts and were robotically reciting it.And the ending was...pretty bizarre. Overall this movie was enjoyable, but I wouldn't watch it again.
Thomas W (jp) wrote: If you liked the first one, dont watch this movie. the first is excellent, one of the best soundtracks of the Disney movies and a rather engaging plot. This sequal had none of the emotional attachment to the characters or anything close to a real plot. It stumples from scene to scene with on a very story. The songs lack any real creativity and are essentially just words that rhyme (very disappointing :( ). Its also like it's an alternate reality to how the first movie ended, with key evil characters reestablishing high power roles when they were clearly defeated in the first movie and on thin ice with their superiors before even leaving england the first time This movie doesn't do any justice to the true masterpiece of the first
O B (gb) wrote: Original yet creative Horror comedy mixing a great blend of live action and the occasional stop animation to put into the mix. Great performances all around including Michael Keaton as the title character.
Lee M (mx) wrote: "Mandingo" is a southern-fried stinkbomb that is almost gleeful in its shamelessness. A film that's so hilarious and hysterically offensive that it's a wonder that African-Americans nationwide didn't storm Paramount studios and slaughter the executives who green-lighted it.
Aj V (br) wrote: This is a very strange movie, and not in a good way. Half of the time it's pretty good, though, and there are a couple of funny things that happen. The other half it's stupid and boring. This movie's just okay.
Susan R (au) wrote: Very sweet cute movies from all of Shirley Temple's movie. I loved all of them. But I didn't watch some of them! I'll copy and paste to the ones I watched!:)
Antonio T (it) wrote: Las personas la odian por su humor en extremo crudo, pero la critica social que ofrece es genial e ingeniosa. Ademas de una actuacion esplendida de Sacha.
Ashley K (kr) wrote: For you trivia buffs this was the first US film to show a nude woman from the waist up and be granted a Production Code Seal.
Michael Z (nl) wrote: for 1964, to a young boy as I was back then, this totally captured the imagination and by todays standards it is slow but goes from quiet country scenery (as the book did) to fantastic colorful action on the moon. The real change of course was the idea of having a woman along, which was not a part of the original book and a good idea was updating the plot to include a modern day moon landing going to the same spot by coincidence. The discovery of a British flag on the moon and a dedication to claim the moon in the name of Queen Victoria was brilliant on behalf of whoever wrote this screenplay.