The Umbrella Corporation’s deadly T-virus continues to ravage the Earth, transforming the global population into legions of the flesh eating Undead. The human race’s last and only hope, Alice, awakens in the heart of Umbrella’s most clandestine operations facility and unveils more of her mysterious past as she delves further into the complex. Without a safe haven, Alice continues to hunt those responsible for the outbreak; a chase that takes her from Tokyo to New York, Washington, D.C. and Moscow, culminating in a mind-blowing revelation that will force her to rethink everything that she once thought to be true. Aided by new found allies and familiar friends, Alice must fight to survive long enough to escape a hostile world on the brink of oblivion. The countdown has begun.
Resident Evil 5 is again based on the wildly popular video game series. The UC's deadly T-virus continues to ravage the Earth. The human race has just one hope: Alice. She is on a mission, fighting her way through cities and across continents, all inside Umbrella's prime research facility. Old friends become new enemies as she battles to escape and discovers that everything that she believes may not even be true. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Leslie D (nl) wrote: Falls a bit apart and gets uneven after a solid first half. Still fun and quite gory at times.
Patricia S (es) wrote: Not as good as the first one but teens will like it.
Bara M (au) wrote: ...no doubt some people will say I'm crazy for these ratings. Out of touch with critics. To paraphrase Coolio in China Strike Force "get used to this shit [of people not sharing your opinion]!"Yeah, I just wanted to paraphrase Coolio. So do you.((reviews later))
Leanne K (fr) wrote: Not my favourite Harrison Ford movie. The plot is predictable and I'm not Kristin Scott Thomas's biggest fan.
House M (fr) wrote: Danny Boyle most famous film for it's very personal inner voice that follows us troughout the film. Transpotting is a funny and dramatic energetic flick about the life of drug addicts in Edinburgh: how their survival depends on ways to get the next fix; how the urge to disconnect with reality brings more misery, unhapiness, death and hardship; but also of Hope in its final bitter taste. Ewan McGregor most infamous role. Definitely a must see no hesitations there.
Liam M (mx) wrote: 1.0/10A disgrace to the epic video game franchise and to all cinema everywhere, The Super Mario Bros. is an unbearable movie with so many flaws and an awful representation of the classic video game. Bowser as a human? This movie set its self up for failure and it succeeded grandly on that scale. This movie is a tragedy of cinema and could be used as a form of torture in Guantanamo Bay.
Jacky L (it) wrote: movies nice but the ending was great if you haven't seen any horror flimsit will come as a surprise to you
Mike M (gb) wrote: An odd mix of slapstick and swordplay, Swashbuckler is curio from Hollywood gone by. Made in 1976, it pays homage to pirate films of yore, but with an unsteady hand - this, despite a stellar cast including Jaws' Robert Shaw as the Errol Flynn-like lead (not to mention James Earl Jones as a Caribbean sidekick; Peter Boyle as lead, frumpy baddie; Geoffrey "7-Up" Holder as the knife-wielding pirate & Beau Bridges as a sycophantic royal suck-up). An overpowering musical score is often obtrusive, as the old school A+ action sequences needn't such a sell job, and therein lies the problem. Anything but subtle, Swashbuckler borders on parody in parts - much to its detriment. A fun film at heart that, in more capable hands than TV director Goldstone (perhaps best known as the man behind the pilot episode of Star Trek) could have been a minor classic.
Mark K (jp) wrote: Two of Hollywood's powerhouses of that era teamed up to make what appears to be a pretty conventional prison break film, where Gable's lead character is very much an anti-hero. It's a bit over the top, even for the era it was made, but enjoyable to watch how the actors of that era worked together. I'd venture to say the scenes seem almost modern in construction, as opposed to the very stage-like methods used up until this time. Interesting supporting cast. Worth looking into it if you enjoy classic films.
Allen R (us) wrote: Absolutely delightful, and often overlooked, screwball comedy that features Ginger Rogers most feminine, and ultimately fully realized, performance. She's the perfect dame opposite Jimmy Stewart's unusually dopey everyman shtick.
Rendan L (jp) wrote: The film is an intentional parody of campy B movies and it's sheer nonsensical nature combined with over the top slapstick humor makes Army of Darkness a winner. Grade: A-
william m (br) wrote: Not overly thrilling, but good animation
Danny M (es) wrote: Fun to watch but not much in the way of laughs.